Operation Shion Fujino Phase 4: The Vilification of Sexuality in Moe

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Something has been afoot in the anime community for quite a while. While I’d hesitate to call it a “conspiracy,” it’s sort of like that, and, of course, its endgame involves the vilification of moé fans and moé anime.

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Operation Shion Fujino Phase 3: Rin Kokonoe

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In the discussion on moé and sex, certain characters tend to stand out as good case-studies on where moé and sexuality intersect and how they interact with each other. These characters range from those with slightly perverse tendencies to those with seductive streaks, all the way to full-on nymphomaniacs, and each one of these characters offers a chance to examine how moé and sex play together, as well as a chance to discuss appeal itself and the differences between various types of appeal.

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Operation Shion Fujino Phase 2: Moe in Ecchi

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Ecchi anime is often conflated with moé and vice-versa. While the two are not one in the same, it’s important to understand where moé and ecchi intersect and how the two interact with each other to understand how sexuality and moé compliment and detract from one another.

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Operation Shion Fujino Phase One: Introduction

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Sexuality is perhaps one of the most hotly-contested aspects of moé. Some say it’s normal. Some say it’s creepy. Some are quick to deny that it’s even a part of moé.

Regardless of where we stand individually on the issue, the fact is, if we’re going to have the moé conversation, all of us will have to deal with opinions we disagree with, have conversations we might be uncomfortable with, and question our own beliefs, as well as the beliefs of others.

Where does sex fit into moé? Does sex fit into moé? What about fetishization? Is sex a part of moé love, or are they separate? Operation Shion Fujino seeks not to definitively answer these questions, but to start the discussion that will answer them.

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