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Here are the North American anime & manga releases for March Week 1: March 7 - 13 Anime Releases Phantasy Star Online 2 The Animation Complete Collection DVD Pha... read more

It was announced at the end of Sunday's Starmyu in Bunkasai (Starmyu in Cultural Festival) event that TV anime Starmyu will be getting a second season. Those wh... read more

Bara can vary in visual style and plot, but typically features masculine men with varying degrees of muscle, body fat, and body hair , akin to bear culture ( 熊 , kuma ) in gay culture . While bara usually features hentai (adult content, sometimes violent or exploitative) and gay romanticism , it often has more realistic or autobiographical themes, as it acknowledges the varied reactions to homosexuality in modern Japan .

Western commentators sometimes refer to bara as " yaoi ", but yaoi is largely created by and for women and features idealized bishōnen who frequently conform to the formula of the dominant and masculine seme and effeminate uke characters. [2] In contrast, bara is considered a subgenre of seijin (men's erotica) for gay males and resembles comics for men ( seinen manga ) rather than ones for female readers ( shōjo / josei manga ).

The gay magazine Adonis was launched in 1952. The term bara in relation to gay material for men originated in the 1960s, possibly as a result of Bara kei (Ordeal by Roses, published in 1961), a collection of semi-nude photographs of the gay author Yukio Mishima by photographer Eikoh Hosoe , [3] and was reinforced by the early and influential gay men's magazine Barazoku ( 薔薇族 , lit. "rose tribe") , founded in 1971 and the first gay magazine in Asia to be sold at mainstream bookshops. [4] Bara-eiga ("rose film") has been used since the 1980s to describe gay cinema. [5] [6]


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