Should they be considered "queer cinema," and if not, are they at least exemplary of different directions that actual "queer cinema" should be taking? Galo and Lio, the main characters in Promare , have widely been embraced by anime fans as a couple. Of course, shippers are quick to jump on any signs of chemistry between characters, so fandom embracing a gay pairing doesn't generally mean it's canon. Promare , though, is hard to watch and not read it as a romance.
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Alternative Sexualities in Anime. Homosexuality is a common occurrence, even a fairly common theme, in anime. Unfortunately, evidence of this is often restricted to Japanese audiences because anime that deal too explicitly with homosexual love are rarely translated into English because of the Western tendency toward homophobia. Shades of the prevalence of homosexuality can be seen in a variety of anime, from Bubblegum Crisis and Card Captor Sakura to Fake and Kizuna. If nothing else, Daley is flamboyantly gay and delights in teasing his partner about their time alone together. This is not a major issue in the OVA series, rather it's just there, no muss, no fuss.
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The representation of gay, bisexual, trans, ace, and queer men in anime is a mixed bag. Tons of anime over the years have featured queer men in positive and fascinating lights, offering nuanced portrayals of characters existing under these umbrella terms. There has also been a ton of fetishistic yaoi that present uncomfortable, homophobic stereotypes. If you're going to explore anime featuring queer men, it's essential that you understand going in what portrayals are positive and constructive and which ones are destructive. This one is fairly obvious.