It’s the most wonderful time of the year~ Hello to our lovely weebs and otakus alike and happy holidays! Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hannukah, Festivus, no holiday at all, or any other holiday, I think we can all use some holiday cheer! So, as per tradition, we invite you all to join us for our … More Happy 12 Days of Weebsmas!
Welcome back for our last Niji Nights! Tonight is a collab post between the both of us. Star and I chose some of our fave characters/couples from non yaoi, yuri, and hentai anime/manga! Sorry if we have multiple from one show, but we have a lot of favorites and sometimes a show is just standout … More LGBTQIA+ outside of Yaoi, Yuri and Hentai–Favorite Queers in Anime and Manga!
Hello all and welcome back to Niji Nights! Last time I talked specifically about transgender characters in anime in some old school vs. some newer anime. Today, I want to open that door a little wider and just talk about LGBTQIA+ in anime and highlight some good moments for representation in anime over the past … More LGBTQIA+ Representation in Anime
It’s our 200th post so we figured we celebrate! It has been two years of us delivering weeby content and Otakuculture! We want to give out a special thanks to our friends on Twitter from the aniblogger community. As well as our friends who have invited us to be part of the yearly WordPress Anime … More We hit a milestone! 200th blog post! A walk down memory lane~ The Highlight reel
I’m going to start by saying it was a cute concept but they are utter trash. Most advertise a free service but in order to reply or send messages there was a fee. Free does not mean free. I mainly work off of this blog post. Which included some sites for normies. And there was … More Demystifying online dating sites for Otaku
I’m sure most of you out there are familiar with the outbreak on our hands as a world. Thanks to this many of us have found ourselves being told not to go to work, having their works close down, or even being temporarily laid off. I fit into the category of having my work close … More Life is hard for Otaku: Working From Home