Yaoi

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This series title gives it some pretty big expectations to lớn fulfill, but it lives up to them. The story follows a young editor named Ritsu who works for his father’s publishing company. However, after some co-worker jealousy, he switches to lớn a new company in order to lớn prove sầu himself on his own merits. There he ends up placed in the manga division where he meets his editor in chief, Takano, who strives hard for results. However, Takano is actually Ritsu’s high school love sầu who broke his heart. Yet, in the workplace, the two kết thúc up rekindling their relationship, with Takano out khổng lồ make Ritsu fall in love sầu with him again. As you’d expect, it follows the same typical yaoi tropes, but it is all those tender moments within that make it so beloved.

Love sầu Stage


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For long-time yaoi fans, Loveless is famous & infamous. It has all those somewhat creepy things those unfamiliar with the genre think all yaoi is – the young characters, the coercion, the creepy forced nature of it all, the catboys… Along with that, it also has a slightly supernatural and dark story about fighting pairs where one attacks & the other receives damage. It’s a dark show with a lot of mind games & predatory men, but that just makes it so intriguing.

Hybrid Child


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Newer on the scene, Given has given (!?) yaoi fans a tender and new romance lớn chew on with the added benefit of having the excellent soundtraông xã that comes with music anime. Unlike Yuri on Ice where it languishes in the “will they won’t they” fall in love sầu, Given makes it pretty apparent early on.

Dakaiđưa ra – I’m Being Harassed by the Sexiest Man of the Year

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Isekai has infiltrated anime so far that it has made it khổng lồ the yaoi genre. Personally, I could vị with a few more of these as they have sầu the potential khổng lồ be pretty sexy. Titan’s Bride features a guy getting transported khổng lồ a world of giants và having a giant prince declare that he shall be his bride. It’s as fun of an adventure as it is a sultry love affair.

Mirage of Blaze

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While there are some Chinese and Korean yaoi anime out there, I have sầu avoided them on this menu mostly because I can’t find và watch most of them. Hyperventilation, however, I did find! And I loved! It is the typical love affair between tormented individuals that you are likely used to seeing in yaoi manga as a guy with lung problems starts a torrid love sầu affair with a married man.

Banana Fish

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On occasion, yaoi can mean glamorously beautiful boys in glamorous jobs. However, this series is a little more low-key. it tells the story of a single father and his new young housekeeper. You watch feelings grow & them grow together as a family. It’s really quite the touching romance without much of that drama that feels the need lớn be injected inkhổng lồ boy’s love.

Togainu no Chi

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This series, lượt thích Togainu no Chi, is also based off a BL visual novel game by the same company. In this adaptation they did a little better job wedging the story in, but not the yaoi elements. There is lots of innuenvì, beautiful boys, và one kiss for you. Of course, the OVA, which compiles all the bad ends from the game, is a little more …Rewarding? Graphic? Depressing?

Monochrome Factor

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This one is an odd beast. In the Monochrome Factor manga, there are no boy’s love elements. In the anime they put a whole bunch in for reasons no one understands. I guess there are a lot of handsome men in it, but since it is a battle show, you’d think their audience would be more male-oriented.

Unlike yaoi manga choices, the pickings for yaoi anime are actually relatively slim, which is why there are so many shorter OVAs on this danh mục. However, if we missed a really good yaoi anime lớn watch, let all the other thirsty fujoshi know in the comments section below.