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Posted 1/2/13

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kloudkiller wrote:

I still dont know a girl IRL who loves anime. When bringing it up in conversation, they are like, "Is that like Aqua Teen Hunger Force?" FML. Hate my city lol


^ Well your city must suck, terribly.


hahaha i couldn't agree more
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Whooaaa I thought there were more girls than guys who are into anime... That's how it seems to be in my area anyway. xD
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Out of all of my friends, the few that like anime happen to be girls. I don't know. Or if a guy that I know like anime, he pretty much sticks to Bleach. I can't discuss anything else, so...
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That happened to me before so with every friend I got at my old location I showed some anime to. Mostly anime that isn't really serious since I only showed them at lunch on my phone. The number one anime I shared a lot was Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-Chan. Then more and more people started getting into anime and watching it themselves or going to me to recommend them a new anime. I actually felt important for once. Now that I moved more people than I thought was into anime. More than I was. There was even a "Anime Club" I was in awe when I went there I'm telling you. Mostly because the schools I went to the word "afterschool club" was meetings outside the school in the town library (Everything was in walking distance) the hotspot afterschool if you must at the tables people will be talking about different topics and stuff and some of them you could join in..but there was no such thing as afterschool clubs where I was until I moved


Sounds like you left a good legacy behind. thats a good way to get people into anime
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Rei4Shinji wrote:

Go to Cons and you can meet many girls who are hardcore Anime people^^ Great friends as well


Been to ComicCon and let just say it was insane lots of people and stuff todo. But I do agree
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messedhair wrote:

go to an anime club meeting at a university close to u. i promise u will find a ton of fat chicks who r into anime. also, kind of scary nerdy socially awkward chicks who like anime >.>


The only two colleges near me are Fordham U and Lehman college. Lehman college i went to it and didn't had any anime club when i was a student there but im not sure they have one now.
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Shoopuff wrote:

Pffft, where I live it's fairly common to run into girls (asian girls particularly). Probably because fob city is just a mile away from here.

That being said, that doesn't mean there aren't any non-asian girls who don't like anime either; I've seen/met people of different races who do in my area :P


Well you are one lucky guys my friend.
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Posted 1/2/13

Risakun wrote:

I don't live in a huge city, but I know plenty of other girls who enjoy anime as much as I do.



Well thats good to know since some of us guys don't seem to run into female anime fans unless theres a huge convention.
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technoducky wrote:

There are plenty of girls that like anime, it's just a disappointing outcome that it happens to be a minority.


So true
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moonwitchcartridge wrote:

Out of all of my friends, the few that like anime happen to be girls. I don't know. Or if a guy that I know like anime, he pretty much sticks to Bleach. I can't discuss anything else, so...


thats what some of guys been talking here that some guys or girls stick to one genre or anime and thats it. If you try to show then anything new they go "but is not as good as (insert popular series here)
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I'm glad I do not live in your city. I know several ladies that love anime and I even know quite a few cosplayers.
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Yowa29 wrote:

I'm glad I do not live in your city. I know several ladies that love anime and I even know quite a few cosplayers.


Well I live in NYC a city of 8 million badly counted but as any HUGE CITY people tend to keep to themselves unless theres a convention,show etc etc
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Eddy120876 wrote:


Yowa29 wrote:

I'm glad I do not live in your city. I know several ladies that love anime and I even know quite a few cosplayers.


Well I live in NYC a city of 8 million badly counted but as any HUGE CITY people tend to keep to themselves unless theres a convention,show etc etc


That is true, I live in Atlanta and have met quite a few at Dragoncon but I have also met several at University. I guess you can say that I am lucky.
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Yowa29 wrote:


Eddy120876 wrote:


Yowa29 wrote:

I'm glad I do not live in your city. I know several ladies that love anime and I even know quite a few cosplayers.


Well I live in NYC a city of 8 million badly counted but as any HUGE CITY people tend to keep to themselves unless theres a convention,show etc etc


That is true, I live in Atlanta and have met quite a few at Dragoncon but I have also met several at University. I guess you can say that I am lucky.


Thats true in NYC we have so many things going at once that sometimes you feel like theres nothing for you unless you dig deep. For example we used to have the big Apple con at the New yorker hotel(right in front of Madison Square Garden) before ComicCon came in. So Anime fest was at the end of comicCon. So it was a 1,2 3 extravaganza(Big Apple con,ComicCon and then Anime fest) . But Thing weren't handle correctly, whether it was money or time and in the end Anime fest got added into ComicCon now you have to divide yourself and your time so you can get all the comic's,panels and extra and even with 4 days now is not enough. My brother and Me had to divide our self so we could at least attend a few panels and signings and yet we never manage to get all the stuff we want. Sometimes I wish Anime fest had its own thing so i can just dedicate my time to it. I do agree with the extra of ComicCon anime fest get more and it helps but sometimes its too much.
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Personally, I tend to stick with manga rather than anime, but I still really enjoy watching anime (I will almost always read a series before watching it though...)

I started to really get into manga in high school (with Inuyasha and Naruto) but I didn't have much opportunity to become a diehard fan cause I couldn't find anyone who shared my interest and with whom I could discuss / find new series... it wasn't till college that I found another girl friend who was into manga even more than I was and with whom I could share my passion and make it grow. From there we found several other people in my program who were into anime and manga and my reading / watching really diversified. It was thanks to them that I went to my first Con last summer, and they got me onto Crunchyroll. I realised I much prefer being part of a wider community and being able to have people with whom to discuss my passion and discover new things. ^.^
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