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Wow, just saw this, again a non-yuri anime, but seriously a great manga to become a 2020 anime:
As for Yuri, well all the main characters are head over hills in love with our “villain”, which includes a cast of men and women. They all acknowledge eachother equally as rivals as well which is refreshing. The only problem is our villainess is as dense as any harem center (which is surprisingly charming in this anime), so while she openly acknowledges her physical and internal attraction to each person, it’s not something her brain pursues further than friendship.
Though I really enjoyed it, was sad to see some of the dialogue rushed and a few of my favorite manga scenes cut. Still as far as pure yuri anime available in English sub, it might be worth readvertising, since many animes for 2020 are being pushed to a later release date due to Covid19.
The reason I’m inquiring is because both She-ra and Harley Quinn are forms of anime that have 10/10 yuri pairings this season.
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While the term shoujo-ai isn’t considered a term for a sub-genre of lesbian manga and anime in Japan, as it’s been adopted in the West, it’s pretty commonly recognized amongst Western anime fans. It usually denotes anime and manga with lesbian romance or at least the insinuation of lesbian desires without a fulfillment of serious physicality. The lack of graphic physical relationships is what separates it from yuri in our minds.
Of course, shoujo-ai anime isn’t always just a lukewarm relationship between girls. Themes range from hilarious comedies with girls perving after other girls like in “Teekyuu” or as more dramatic, action-based anime with throbbing hearts like in Kannazuki no Miko. Whether love is realized or not, these 10 shoujo-ai anime will fill your need for lovely girls loving girls.
This show is as much about friendship as it is about love, and it’s nice that a shoujo-ai focuses on a potential couple that has already come to terms with their attraction to girls as opposed to wondering what their increased heart rate means every single time they become flustered. Ushio and Sumika develop meaningful friendships with characters who serve as more than romantic rivals and learn a lot about themselves and what is important to them. It’s more introspective than a lot of shoujo ai even though it’s from 2009.
This anime has a number of cute, excitable girls going about their rather normal middle school lives. Everyone seems to be the constant victim of unrequited love and unwanted affection except for supposed main character Akari who lacks presence even in her own show! If you want something with lots of characters to love and laugh at, Yuru Yuri fits the bill.
This is a spin-off series of Hidan no Aria, but with a predominantly female cast and yuri undertones. While most of the shoujo-ai is implied or unrealized, there’s enough to keep fans’ interest while also weaving a violent tale of intrigue. It’s hard to tell if Akari’s love for Aria is idol-worship, friendship, or something more, but it’s clear they mean the world to each other. Other characters have a more obvious infatuation with each other, such as Kirin’s obsession with Raika or a number of the girls towards Akari, so there’s plenty of fuel for the imagination.