Abortion in vn?

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#26 by ffthewinner
2018-11-04 at 00:21
#25 yeah, it was anime only. i never saw any such thing in the VN,at least IIRC.
#27 by shining17
2018-11-04 at 06:11
#21 Oh, he's Indonesian alright, never read any of his works though, in fact this is the first time I heard his name. He's indeed likes to explore unusual and extreme issues.
#28 by marantana
2018-11-04 at 13:01
#20 -- ty - Cartagra ~Tsuki kurui no Yamai~, Kara no Shoujo and Kara no Shoujo - The Second Episode actually are already on my "next 25 to play" list, only ~5 of which are medium or longer.

I'm glad how much serious knowledge a relative vn newbie like "this ol'man" (<- Sonozaki Mion) can gain here. ty all!
#29 by namiultedjapan
2018-11-04 at 17:45
#28 The KnS series is probably my favorite of all the VNs i've read. Nothing else captures the same feeling that those VNs do. You will love them!
#30 by sidvanhalen
2018-11-05 at 02:51
There is an abortion in Crescendo, an old vn. Ties well with the story.
#31 by ramaladni
2018-11-05 at 02:53
Seems like this is the cool new spot to drop spoilers, huh.
#32 by eacil
2018-11-06 at 07:07
The funny thin about that is that mai-chan no nichijou is apparently getting a live action adaptation in Japan... Why...
Is getting? You are late, man, the movie was released since 2014 (it even got an international release). It's as cheap as you can imagine and the level of violence is a complete joke compared to the manga (even if you remove the rapes, replaced by AV level of eroticism). Of course, don't expect the scene relevant to this thread. Even this crap of A Serbian Film didn't have the courage to film the atrocity it based its advertising on.
Edit: now I remember a movie which filmed it if you are interested (fresh manual ex utero abortion)... :3Last modified on 2018-11-06 at 07:14
#33 by clorust
2018-11-06 at 17:49
Have you considered that maybe they don't want an abortion? You have to consider that for one it's taken a lot less liberally than many other options and secondly that it's generally more common for slags who spend every second weekend getting knocked up because they're too drunk or brain-dead to use protection to consider that than people in anything resembling a healthy romantic relationship.
I could see the excuse for that in nukige or utsuge though, the latter more for drama than anything else.Last modified on 2018-11-06 at 17:50
#34 by sakurakoi
2018-11-06 at 18:45
secondly that it's generally more common for slags who spend every second weekend getting knocked
Oh please... don't you know how the female student body works?

It's every weekend plus Tuesday evenings~

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