>comedy suddenly turns into rape and NTR
It has been a while since I watched this show. It wasn't particularly memorable and thus I don't remember any rape or NTR.
Remind me what episode is happens on.
Progressives would beg to differ. Rape is oppression and NTR is treating women as objects that can be owned.
It would only be progressive if it's the woman doing the rape and NTR, then it's an act of liberation from the patriarchy.
Maybe it really is the latter, as I've never came around to watch this show despite her cute gloves. Is she a strong, independent womyn?
It's ironic how "progressives" are actually pretty far from actually being progressive.
The only good thing about this show was the narrator.
Ain't no sexual rape and ain't no NTR.
Because whatshisface (MC) actually takes her first time later in the series (LN), and I think the guy having another grill on the side is just called cheating.
So basically she had her emotions toyed with.
>boyfriend has a wandering eye
>every time he looks at another girl drag him into a nearby closet and fuck him hard to remind him who gives it to him good, every day
Isn't that a kind of rape?
That's not the definition of NTR. As it is, NTR simply means that the loved ones of someone are taken away willingly or unwillingly. That guy was just an ass, not seduced by the hips of some other girl.
>That's not the definition of NTR
I didn't say it was.
I don't even remember their names but NTRing her would be so delicious.
That's kind of cute
But in a sexy kind of way.
Holy shit what? He actually fucks her in the LN?
>I don't dislike him
I hope not, the show was shit.
Had its moments but overall not a very memorable show.
what a shit show
Rape is my fetish
There were much better choices for rape.
Really? Can you post some?
That's way too generous, anon.
>and NTR is treating women as objects that can be owned
What the fuck?
Okay, over last month I have seen 4 okami san threads every day. what the fuck is going on?
>2010 was 14 years ago
I feel old.
>people born in 1996 will graduate next year
>implying you can "take someone away" from someone else
You don't own anybody, subhuman misogynist scum.
>people born after 2000 make up a good part of /a/
>you're one of them
People don't own eachother, but you can easily be obliged to another. And obligations can be broken.