Umibe no Etranger breaks stereotypes-8 reasons why Mio is seme and why it’s not a surprise that Shun is the uke.

Spoiler warning. Too long has it been a standard in yaoi and BL that the younger one becomes the uke. Umibe no Etranger breaks that stereotype by having the younger one take the lead. But it really shouldn't be a surprise. Umibe no Etranger aims to break stereotypes. It aims to break the notion that family must always comes first. That society's discriminating laughter must be…

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Umibe no Etranger, First impressions and light review- a gay man’s struggles against society, family and self.

WARNING: May contain some spoilers as I discuss the context of my points. Subtle yet in your face, but never overbearing, Umibe Etranger deals with very real issues that most gay men face as they battle against society and self-acceptance. Shun and Mio is a classic lover affair hindered and struggling not just by society but against family and even one's self. But before we go…

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