- Paperback: 190 pagina's
- Uitgever: Seven Seas Entertainment; 01 editie (30 september 2020)
- Taal: Engels
- ISBN-10: 1645054675
- ISBN-13: 978-1645054672
- Productafmetingen: 14,4 x 1,4 x 20 cm
- Brutogewicht (incl. verpakking): 172 g
- Klantenrecensies: 22 klantbeoordelingen
- Plaats op Amazon-bestsellerlijst: #10.360 in Boeken (Top 100 in Boeken bekijken)
LOVE ME FOR WHAT I AM 01 Paperback – Geïllustreerd, 30 september 2020
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From the start of its second chapter, [Love Me for Who I Am] had me mesmerized...relatable conflicts and challenges fill nearly every panel. The raw emotion of these are made palatable to even the most casual readers, though, by its sugary coating.
--Ashley Hakker, Anime Herald
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As others have said, this is the first manga I've seen with an explicitly NB main character, and it addresses the various reason AMAB people might wear feminine clothes: being NB, trans, and just enjoying women's clothes, as two cismale characters do (one is straight, one is gay).
There is a feeling of awkwardness sometimes in the handling, but I feel this may be because the viewpoint character (a masculine cisman) is still learning (as is the author, as they admit in the afterword). However, this is minor, and it's shown that the author has done their research and is genuinely trying to express the issues around being a gender-non-conforming AMAB in Japan. Totally recommend!
I really hope Seven Seas Entertainment keeps bringing over all of these really good LGBTQ+ manga because I already preordered the second one.
I’m 16 and I’ve been out as a trans man for the past 6 years of my life, good LGBT manga is hard to come by and while my situation is radically different than of any of those of the characters in the story, it made me feel better for still loving and wearing feminine clothing despite my identity.