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Our Dreams at Dusk: Shimanami Tasogare, Volume 1 (2019)

by Yuhki Kamatani

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Series: Our Dreams at Dusk: Shimanami Tasogare (Volume 1)

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The Harvey-nominated manga about a broad LGBT+ community. Not only is high schooler Tasuku Kaname the new kid in town, he is also terrified that he has been outed as gay. Just as he's contemplating doing the unthinkable, Tasuku meets a mysterious woman who leads him to a group of people dealing with problems not so different from his own. In this realistic, heartfelt depiction of LGBT+ characters from different backgrounds finding their place in the world, a search for inner peace proves to be the most universal experience of all.… (more)
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Story is bringing slowly but interested to read the next one. ( )
  Thorne9795 | Jun 24, 2022 |
Look, if you're gay, just tell 'em that you're gay. If you know what you're saying, saying what you mean, and own up to it, no one- no one's going to give a shit. Just chill man, it's all good. ( )
  AvANvN | Apr 19, 2022 |
Look, if you're gay, just tell 'em that you're gay. If you know what you're saying, saying what you mean, and own up to it, no one- no one's going to give a shit. Just chill man, it's all good. ( )
  AvANvN | Apr 19, 2022 |
Tasuku-san is a deeply conflicted and closeted gay teen who finds solace in a drop in center for LGBTQ community looking for the courage to be openly gay in a homophobic society. After being accidently outed at school and become a victim of verbal bullying, Tasuku-san considers taking his own life until he meets the elusive Someone-san. Their chance encounter leads him to a drop in center that is part sanctuary and part confessional. Everyday he visits, Tasuku comes closer and closer to accepting himself and smashing the closet he's trapped in. ( )
  RakishaBPL | Sep 24, 2021 |
Outed when a high school classmate sees gay porn in his phone's browsing history, Tasuku Kaname denies in public but despairs in private that everything is now ruined for him in this homophobic environment and contemplates ending it all when a mysterious figure leads him to a drop-in center where he finds a group of people who aren't without their own problems but can assure him, it gets better. Great characters, great message, much much emotion. ( )
1 vote villemezbrown | Jul 11, 2019 |
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Yuhki Kamataniprimary authorall editionscalculated
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What's with this, Tasuku? You watch gay porn?
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The Harvey-nominated manga about a broad LGBT+ community. Not only is high schooler Tasuku Kaname the new kid in town, he is also terrified that he has been outed as gay. Just as he's contemplating doing the unthinkable, Tasuku meets a mysterious woman who leads him to a group of people dealing with problems not so different from his own. In this realistic, heartfelt depiction of LGBT+ characters from different backgrounds finding their place in the world, a search for inner peace proves to be the most universal experience of all.

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