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April 20, 2017 11:17 pm

I think Lucaon is the type you have to really watch to figure out what is going on. He isn't going to talk about (or even think about) feelings much at this point. I think he was goading Ryan and being sarcastic when he offered to let Ryan have a go. Watch how Lucaon reacts every time someone else (anyone else) touches Kyon.

I think Lucaon like to provoke people though--I think Lucaon provoked Karis on purpose before, and that he wants to get caught with Kyon to say, "So what? Yeah, this is mine, and?" But he won't talk as if t is connected to feelings. You have to watch him to see it.

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  • Anonymous April 21, 2017 2:41 am

    So? I realized that almost immediately. Doesn't change my impression of him...?

  • Anoni Grrl
    April 21, 2017 3:15 am
    So? I realized that almost immediately. Doesn't change my impression of him...? @Anonymous

    That's cool. I was writing mostly because some of the comments seem to take his words at face value, or that they can't have feelings unless they communicate. I wasn't trying to change anyone impression or anything, just to suggest that words are not always everything.

Anoni Grrl
April 13, 2017 2:20 pm

I have seen a few comments about how it may be confusing because the survivor seems to enjoy the abuse (or at least love the abuser). This story is a little different than a story about adults in an abusive or complicated relationship. I like to look at the survivor's choices and desires even though that doesn't make abuse okay--but in this case, what choices does a middle school kid have? The legal system in that country seems to have given children a restraining order but provided no social services or child protection to assure they have food, a safe place to stay, and adult supervision. What's the kid supposed to do? Work at a Nike factory? And of course he loves the new abuser--who else does he really have? He's a kid.

So while this is still fiction, and I like the story, this one is not a case of an adult making choices other people don't approve of or enjoying a relationship others find unhealthy (and not even BDSM with fictional liberties to set the scene). The fact that there are children involved changes everything. This one is more of a sad story.

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  • Anon April 13, 2017 2:50 pm

    I know, it's actually making my eyes damn bloody roll when they say ignorant stuffs like he should have just left the brother or something. They do even realized that seeing the abuse being done to you isn't that ez pz? The one being abused, has been isolated and feels that everyone other that their abuser has ingrain in their mind that no one wants to help them cause they're useless etc.. etc.. They're thinking the lines that they're useless and no one wants to help them, or basically just turning into a blind eye in hopes that the one they love (the gentle one) is still there ans sticks to them. I've read countless abuse stories from both genders alike in real life or the ones from the net. and somehow I can now finally, even just a small proportion of perspective see why the abused stay from their abusers.

    *Sorry for any bad grammars. My English isn't that good.

  • Anoni Grrl
    April 13, 2017 3:00 pm
    I know, it's actually making my eyes damn bloody roll when they say ignorant stuffs like he should have just left the brother or something. They do even realized that seeing the abuse being done to you isn't th... @Anon

    Your English is fine. : ) I think the lack of good choices is even more apparent when the survivor is a child. Children can't think like adults, even mature ones who speak like adults at times. That's why telling an 11 year old to study hard so he can get good grades, go to college, and have a great career is never as effective as telling the child he can't have electronics (games, Internet, whatever) until you check his homework and see that it was done well. They can't think long term in the same way as adults, and their brains have not yet fully developed the frontal lobes where higher-order thinking takes place. So, all of the other factors aside (and I grant those are important), a kid *can't* think like an adult--and he certainly does not have the resources or options of an adult. That's why he is an abuse survivor and not a true "M" even in the sense of a story.

    But I do like the story. I'm not complaining about the content. I am just saying the dynamics are different when it's children. Then again, it's doing that yoai thing where high school kids act like little adults and everyone is fine with that. Sure, it's cool that two kids live alone and have no adults--the teachers and uncle and everyone are going to just nod and say they hope everything is okay--because kids can make those choices, right? It's yoai logic. :)

  • Anonymous April 13, 2017 4:41 pm
    Your English is fine. : ) I think the lack of good choices is even more apparent when the survivor is a child. Children can't think like adults, even mature ones who speak like adults at times. That's why tell... Anoni Grrl

    Not only the teacher and those in the story. Girls reading this stories without an ounce of sense.

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  1. reponce March 29, 2017 11:12 am

    hi anoni , I start to watch goblin a korean drama , it's too fun and then I remembered you said you like krama so here the link . it's worth to watch , it's a really good one. http://myasiantv.se/drama/goblin/ bye (●'β—‘'●)οΎ‰ .

    • Anoni Grrl
      March 30, 2017 6:00 am

      Thank you! I saw people talking about that, but it was only on premium when I checked (a month or so back). I love those kinds of shows!

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with flaws such as pride or being high-handed. I dislike perpetual 
victims with flaws such as being too stupid to live, or passively asking for others to fix their problems for them. I will start to like a weak character if he or she shows some progress or growth. 

I also subscribe to a sort of "Death of the Author" theory, meaning I look at the reader's experience of what is on the page as much as the "Word of God" from the author about the author's intent.  Once something is put out in the world, people will take it and read it with their own perspectives and ideas.  Everyone co-creates the stories as they read them, and a part of reading will always be subjective.
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