Kamatani Yuhki often confronts identity and marginalization in their work, as informed by their life as an x-gender (nonbinary) and asexual person. In a world where the oppressed often can’t tell their own stories, Kamatani’s manga are a must-read.
Love Live! has attracted legions of adoring fans, and you probably won’t be surprised to learn the core target demographic is straight men. So what is it about Love Live that attracts so many female and queer fans? And how do we as female and queer fans feel about being involved in a franchise that nominally accepts us but has not traditionally been for us?
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