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I tried to watch D-Frag, having never watched the manga, and thought it was quite charming up until he was physically taken hostage and threatened. At that point, I suspected the show might run similarly to GJ-bu (which I did watch all the way through), and dropped it, worrying that the MC would be treated like complete shit the whole way through, failing to once act like a man.

Recently, though, I've seen it posted a fair bit, and I'm recalling how much I liked the first half of the episode. How true are my worries with this series? Is the whole thing a bunch of high school girls bullying men?
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>watched the manga

God damn it.
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Just watch it and stop watching it if you don't fucking like it tubronerd.

You really don't need others to tell you this.
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Anyone?
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>>101239968
I'm autistic, so yes I do.
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Holy shit, man.
Finish the goddamn episode and give 3 episode rule.
Alternatively read the manga, it's better in my opinion.
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He wins Roka's pouch.
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Not OP, but how did a girl that I would estimate to be around 4'6'' subdue a nearly full grown man?



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