Popular Isekai Light Novel Adaptations as Guys Who Lived in Your Freshman Dorm

Sword Art Online is Kyle

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Kyle is really into respecting women, and he wants everyone to know about it. He likes to say that his greatest role model is his mom, because she worked so hard to raise him and his sister without any handouts. His real role model is Jean Claude van Damme, but he doesn’t tell anyone that. He doesn’t believe in the wage gap – it only seems that way, but if you really look at the data, it’s because women have different priorities in life. Besides, he wouldn’t want his wife to earn more than him because what would they do when she left her job to raise their kids? He talks a lot about his girlfriend back home, but she can’t come visit because she’s really busy. Oh, and she doesn’t use Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram. She does use Twitter, mostly to agree with his tweets, and never posts selfies because she’s not vain like that. He is lowkey convinced that all his female friends are actually in love with him, because male-female friendship is always at least a little about attraction. People seem to really like him, but you don’t get it.

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A Sincere Apology + Upcoming

Where has the time gone? Where have I been the last few weeks?

Well, not really much of anywhere.

I decided I was going to power through Persona 5 and it ended up swallowing my life for way longer than expected… especially since I decided to replay Persona 3 right after. I’ll be writing a post about them eventually, so it’s justified, right? Right?

…Wrong.

Once that happened, I also entered into my avoidance phase and didn’t even touch my computer for the better part of three weeks. I’ve neglected pretty much all my blogging duties, both for this and for AniFem. Posts have gone unedited, outlines unsubmitted, and generally I’m just a mess.

I have no excuse, and I’m sorry.

But! BUT! There is good news!

Two of my panels have been APPROVED for Anime Fest in August: Romance and Abuse in Shoujo Manga and Is This Feminist Or Not? I’m super excited to be presenting them to a new audience, and I hope to see some of you there in six weeks!

Six weeks?

OH GOD SIX WEEKS.