Re: [Yuricon] Re: Hajimemashite
- Irashaimasu! I've only beeon on this list for a day, but I still think
I can say that. Lol. Well, actually, that's not entirely accurate; I
was on here once before, but I changed email addresses, so I htought
it'd be better to re-subscribe, as I'd missed numerous messages. I
understand about being cautious of online chatting; I was the same for
a while, but then I just decided, what the heck? Besides, way I look
at it, with a list like this, we're all civil human beings here (or at
least should be), and it isn't as if I need to give out my life story
on a mailing list. I'm pretty safe, I figure. If any enterprising
hackers want to dig up interesting stuff on me, they'll have to look a
long time anyways; I'm not that exciting. ^
My first introduction to anime was through Sailor Moon, and the series
holds a very special place in my heart because of this. Unfortunately,
I saw the dub first (yes, I despise the dub, but I shan't rant about
that here), but at least it let me know that there was anime out
there! I watched the original Japanese version, fell madly in love
with Ten'nou Haruka, and the rest is history.
On 2/2/10, EricaF <anilesbocon01@...> wrote:
> Hi Charuko -
> It's great to have you on the list. Hope you enjoy yourself!
> Yuricon - "For real women who like their women...animated."
> --- In Yuricon@yahoogroups.com, "yoni-1@..." <yoni-1@...> wrote:
>> I've been reluctant to introduce myself out of a long habit of carefully
>> privacy, but also out of a general caution where online chat is
>> Still, this is a rather new interest for me, and it's good to hear the
>> points of others with a similar interest.
>> I became interested in anime as a means of keeping and expanding my
>> language practice.Â My first introduction was Ranma 1/2 which I found to
>> hilarious though too often employing rude forms of Japanese.Â I guess in
>> cartoons you can do anything and get away with it.
>> My next was Kannazuki no Miko, and my introduction to yuri.Â Kannazuki
>> interesting and Chikane had resonance in terms of sacrifice even of
>> to save a life (although her tactics were a bit inexplicable and there was
>> much mech for my taste).Â Because of this and because I have a 26 year
>> relationship I began searching for other yuri anime.
>> Then came Aoi Hana, and a reflection of my high school experience in Fumi
>> (though she had more supportive friends-different era, I suppose).Â Erica
>> the words "breath taking".Â I can't think of a better description.
>> Now I'm watching Sasameki Koto which feels like a recombinant Aoi
>> 1/2.Â Is this full circle?
>> I'm looking forward to more.
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>> Nakamachi Charuko
>> Mrs. Cheryl J.Mason-Middleton