akatsuki no yona ✩ boku no hero academia ✩ free! ✩ fruits basket magi (tragically) ✩ noragami ✩ owari no seraph ✩ pokemon special puella magi madoka magica ✩ psycho-pass ✩ one punch man ✩ sailor moon ✩ yugioh
i don't watch ecchi or hentai (well, not for the reason it's supposed to be watched anyway) or anything that's likely to be geared for a male audience.
i'm open to a lot of genres and above all else want something entertaining and pretty. a lot of the anime i've watched have been things that were popular on tumblr at some point.
favorite genres include comedy, romance, drama, and fantasy.
i'm a big lover of video games and cartoons as well, and i'm interested in music, dramas, and comics. i like otome games and find rpgs to be stimulating and fun. i can't find comics interesting if the main character isn't a woman. i also read/watch/post a lot about girls' love.
thank you for a fun teenage life! i've always found it hard to reconcile my feelings about music with my feelings about women. i was really happy to discover a record like electra heart, and i was even happier to discover a record like the family jewels. i haven't enjoyed all your music (nor do i expect to), and the future is still open for my feelings about you to change, but something about the way you think about yourself and the world around you will stay with me for a long time.
(special thank you for "are you satisfied?". it really helped me when i otherwise felt like i had to quell my ambitions to keep the people that depended on me happy.)
i don't usually like discographies that much. i don't really know what it means to "like" an artist. i think you're the first group that helped me kind of figure out what that means. i'm happy when i listen to you sing, and i'm happy whether there is eight, seven, or six of you. youkyung, choa, mina, you three did your best. you guys are getting old now so you won't be active much longer but even then, i'm happy. i loved your music, so i'm happy.