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I'd love to hear back from the author in this issue.
Otherwise, love the work <3 Such a wonderful way to talk about kink!
Also, bi-acceptence (societal and self-) has trailed behind gay-acceptance by about two decades, as a friend of mine has found.
Finally, she's flipping out. She's thinking entirely rationally.
I'm not the author, but I think that this case, Shiniez isn'y trying to ignore the fact that Ally is bisexual and just wants to use the phrase "like a rainbow unicorn" for comedic effect.
English does seem to be Shiniez's second language, and that's another possible factor? Perhaps they see "gay" as an umbrella term for all sexualities other than straight?
In the end, I don't think the author meant to say that Ally is lesbian, but just used the term for simplicity's sake.
Alan, you try so hard~
Makes me think of The Room xD. How hasn't there been any The Room jokes yet, I just realized I feel lacking!
Love your strip, man!
Now, if you'll excuse me, I have more Lisa and Ally to read!
... DO I want that a a yearbook quote?
It's little touches like that which show the difference between a good artist and a great one. Nicely done Shiniez.
And I have to say, was I the only one who noticed the sofa change colour half way through?
The dialogue is legitimately snappy and organic. Kudos. Though, it's a little confusing erotically speaking. I don't know many people who'd just shuffle a hojo request in the middle of a conversation. That, to me, feels dissonant with the sentimental staccato: which seems to be insecurity played against wry concern.
Other than that it's actually fairly engaging. Still, it's a complicated and strange scenario given it's a comic series about a dominatrix.