Nagi no Asukara – Episode 23: To Whom Do These Feelings Belong


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  1. daciio says:

    Manaka is most probably aromantic, not asexual (although it’s possible that she could be both too). I just wanted to say that the problem here, at least for me, it’s not about “not loving someone is wrong”. Manaka is not being herself: her feelings were manipulated without her permission. It’s okay if a person is asexual/aromantic, yeah, but in Manaka’s case, she was made like that by someone else and that’s what’s wrong. I must say I understand why some people are angry because they think the writers are implying that not being able to love isn’t right. But that’s not what they meant; they just didn’t handle it in the best way.
    Have a nice day :)