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October 20th, 2008, 10:09 am

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Reply ep1, October 20th, 2008, 10:53 am

Hoho, I'm feeling much better lately after a good long week of resting. Thanks for the support and encouragement, guys! Your supportive comment really helps me keep this comic updating.

I'm a bit late on my usual updating schedule but at least I get it updated. Just a question to some of the yaoi/BL readers. Between an uke and seme, which do you like the most? Personally speaking, I like seme the most because of the manly charms. However, there are some occations that I like uke only when the male character doesn't look completely like a girl without boobs but that is probably just my personal taste. ^^ What about the rest of the readers here? Do you prefer an uke or a seme?

On an unrelated note, here's something really educational about gays:

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User's Comments:

Reply twinkiecake, October 20th, 2008, 12:14 pm

I don't know if I've ever commented on this comic no matter how much I love it xDDDD But to me I perfer a nice, kind warm seme and yeah, usually if the uke actually looks like a boy then I could perfer him xDDDD also the video is kinda funny in a way "Were still Gay" xDDDD But there's still different theroies out there, I say everyone should just 'Go with the Flow" of there thougths -_- xDDDD

Reply winzrella, October 20th, 2008, 12:39 pm

And now I'm up to date again :)
Loosing someone is never easy and it's not easy to comfort anyone either. (Have had of both too much for one year....)
I have no opinion to the uke/seme thing... As BL is not my thing really.
I'm a bit worried of what Louis is going to do. Why is he telling all this to that girl? I just have to read and find out :)

Reply Glory Morgenbriese, October 20th, 2008, 4:56 pm

I prefer the seme, normally, but it all depends upon the character for me. :3 That video made me laugh so hard. XP Silly Christian is silly.

Anyway, poor Louis and Pierre! D: I wonder why Pierre reacted that way. SUCH ANGST. ;_;

Reply fgirlmaggie, October 21st, 2008, 2:33 am

Ehmm well, I usually like ukes...but I also like semes. It all depends on the actual person, no so much their role in the relationship. I don't even believe in the roles, but it's something I've become accostomed to. :)

*skips off to youtube*

EDIT: That was simply the most fantastic video over, and I'm going to spam all my friend's emails with it. And then a dA journal. WOO! lol

"*whispers*We're still gay!" that cracked me up so hard...

Reply kuroi_hitsuji, October 21st, 2008, 4:03 am

I dont have the time to watch the vid right now...sorry.

Really, it depends on YOUR uke/seme level(you can be straight but still be seme/uke. Men tend to be seme, girls tend to be uke..except my friends)

I'm a seme and I must admit...I LOVE UKES. mostly I like the house-keeping type, the one who's always willing to cook and clean and is so sweet and innocent with the cutest shy face <3

I want a husband who'll cook and clean for me<3 <---is a gentleman-type seme

but since I made my comic based on my friends and blah and I ended up with a seme, even if I'm a seme, really, it depends I suppose. XD

Reply akari_mizunashi, October 21st, 2008, 1:13 pm

Myyy bf's an uke through and through. =3

Which is good, because I definitely prefer ukes personality-wise. I don't like how they're usually drawn all girly, but I do like boys to have a certain level of prettiness in their looks.

Does that make me a seme? I don't think I'm one...

Anyway... another gorgeous page! I just want to huggle both of them. But heavens, they speak quite formally. I guess it's because they're French?

Reply unknown3rd, October 22nd, 2008, 3:56 pm

Firstly as for your question...I don't know. It really depends on the characters and I would also say how the story is written as to which I prefer. Alot of stories focus on the uke's thoughts and feeling and by doing so set it up so that the reader can relate to situation through the uke's perception hence this can make the seme more appealing. Hence visa versa for stories written from the seme's point of view. As alot of people mentioned above it also relates to personal taste.

I have to say I did like the youtube video. Thanks for sharing the link.

As for the page...OMG! DRAMA! The computerised voice of this number not available really gives the whole situation such a stark feel to it. Actually I think that is what makes the page. It sums up perfectly how cut off Louis feels. All he gets back is an automated voice, no human emotion or connection. Nice work!!!

Reply Strangy, October 23rd, 2008, 2:48 pm

That video's really well done and it's cute too.

Regarding the Seme/Uke thing: I actually prefer when you can't immediatey guess who's who. Real gay men aren't women with dicks or children (ugh), neither do they have to be on the opposite side of the spectrum. And most don't have long flowing tresses, eyes big enough to fry eggs in them and bizarre cross-dressing tendencies as lots of comics here seem to suggest. They're just like you and me, only gay, and maybe a bit more effeminate.
So yeah I don't like Seme/Ukes :v

Reply ep1, November 2nd, 2008, 11:11 am

Oops, I miss out replying this page. :o

Thanks for the comment guys. It's good to know that everyone has different opinions on preference of Seme or Uke. I suppose the existence of Seme and Uke has become a trademark norm for most BL comics.

twinkiecake: Ah, thanks for the comment! You know I love reading comments. :D

winzrella: Louis as his own unusual ways in resolving problems. As for why he's telling that to the red head girl will be revealed soon. :) Thanks for reading. So happy to know that you're still following my comics after all these years.

Glory: Glad you enjoy watching that video. :p Hmm... why Pierre reacted that way? Can't blame him for being angsty though, his grandpa is one of the closest family members that he loved the most.

fgirlmaggie: Yup, I do agree that roles doesn't really determine whether a person is a seme or an uke. In fact, I think most people do have a bit of seme and an uke in their personality. Glad you love that video.

kuroi_hitsuji: Hmm... house-keeping men? I get that you probably love someone like Hakkai in Saiyuki? XD

akari_muzunashi: Ooh, an uke boyfriend? :3 Now that's rare to find. Well, they are French, so no doubt they tend to be quite formal in their style of speaking. *lame excuse for not writing the speeches properly*

unknown3rd: You're right about most comics are focus on uke. Hence my comic is also an uke (Louis) perspective. However, I do agree that the story can be as interesting in either of an uke or seme's perspective. :) And thanks for the compliment on the page. Yesh, you spot on the part where the phone was disconnected.

Strangy: I find it interesting that you don't like seme or uke possibly due to the stereotype that you've mentioned. :) However, I've never met a real gay person in real life so I actually have not much idea on how gay acts or dresses. Most of the ideas I got in doing this comic about a main character being a gay was based on my imagination and some bit of online research.

Reply kuroi_hitsuji, November 3rd, 2008, 5:32 am

The way you portray them is about right, they dont necessarily have to be feminine or masculine.

((I never got to watch Saiyuki...uhm... I cant think of anyone who's a good example RIGHT NOW...))

Anyway, as an insert, your portrayal is just about right. See, even in my comic, the main pairing aint exactly the stereotyped pairing. The "seme" is simply agressive and the "uke" is just a regular guy, just very nice and all(actually he's a seme too..just not with his partner) XP

Reply Tayday12, July 19th, 2009, 11:57 am

That's like, the worst way to hang up on a person D:
"Don't worry about me."
It only makes people worry even more! D:

But, um. I kind of agree with something that was mentioned earlier.
I kind of like it when you can't immediatly tell as well. I mean, in real relationships, it probably isn't the same all the time. >: In fact, I kind of like it when the relationship is even, instead of someone being the "stronger/manlier" of the couple. I don't know; does that make sense? I mean, Seme/Uke thing is great for helping to understand a relationship, but a lot of the time it's really over-dramatized.


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