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Brother sister anime
Posted 7/5/13
What do you think of brother sister animes. do people like the romance in them? do you think it is creepy? in my opinion i dont like it its kind of disturbing and nasty to a certain degree depending on what happened like in oreimo when kyousuke put his knee on her hoho and his hand on her breast. and made it "accidental" . i think its weird because im like dude that your sister and i would never think of "accidentally " letting that happen
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Posted 7/5/13
Definitely agree, that kinda turned me off of watching Oreimo, a lot of wtf moments there.



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Posted 7/5/13
I love them. The more the better! It's not real life, let your mind run wild!
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I don't remember learning about hoho's in healthclass. But personally I have no problem with them, obviously in real life I would have HUGE issue with it, but it's just an innocent show. I don't overthink them much
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Posted 7/5/13
I love them. Boy, August can't come sooner...
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Posted 7/5/13
I really cannot stand incest at all. It's just disgusting and of course there be fanservice coming from the sister to the brother and what knot making it worst.

Hence why I can't stand Oreimo. I find it hilarious how whenever I say that somebody tells me there is zero incest in it despite the title and ending.
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Posted 7/5/13
I don't go out of my way to look for siscon anime to watch, but if I start watching a show that has that in it, it doesn't turn me off to the show. I don't really have an issue with it, since its an animated TV show, and the siscon isn't the main reason why I watch anyways. I think if I actually had a little sister myself it would change my opinion on the whole thing.
Posted 7/5/13 , edited 7/5/13
lol hohos, female genitalia oh come on though what about that one anime where the protagonist has sex with about all of the girls and in the last episode he has sex with his sister? yosuga no sora
and yeah i read the oreimo light novels which are going to be in the oav or ova and well im so glad i read it so i wouldnt be in mind fuck mode when i was going to watch it but now im not. i was so disappointed i had to watch my fav romantic anime to make me feel better lol
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Posted 7/5/13 , edited 7/5/13
I have no real problem with sis-con/bro-con anime. It's just another plot device to create comedic/dramatic situations.

One that I find to be incredibly funny is OniAi, because the sister is so upfront about her intentions toward her brother.


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Posted 7/5/13
I'm indifferent.

It's a better cliche than amnesia.
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Posted 7/5/13 , edited 7/6/13
A picture is worth a thousand words, right?


Best bro/sis/harem anime out there in my opinion.
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Posted 7/5/13
The thing about anime is that it can utilize a taboo relationship (like brother-sister) in a way that makes people feel that- though it is not okay if it happened in reality, and it certainly wouldn't have the same appeal, having it used in a fiction-like manner actually creates a form of entertainment that can be accepted. The reason people don't like it too much is because they tend to be strictly influenced by the real world, thereby closing their hearts and minds to the world of fiction that, when thought about deep enough, is actually not nearly as bad as people think. Besides, in human history, pairing up with your own family was much more common than pairing up with someone your same gender, or with an extremely wide age gap, or other forms of "wrong" romance. In reality, reality is filled with brother-sister relationships that people never really think about. It is just another form of society deciding the universal laws for everyone without their consent.
Applying it to an anime (like Oreimo), the relationship is used to provide an (to an extent...) original-ish conflict for the protagonist, not to mention some comedic and sometimes awkward moments for our entertainment. Yes, Kyousuke "accidentally" forced his sister into an embarrassing pose(s), but can be used as a reference when connecting with the characters- in short, it was for the sake of character development (and fanservice). Even if Kirino wasn't the main heroine, that event still would have happened- maybe with her, or maybe with another character. Remember that Kyousuke is originally a light novel protagonist. Incidents like that are a staple for that kind of work. It just happened that the main heroine turned out to be his sister, and not some other girl. That is not the issue. At least it's not some cliche ending like "Kirino is not Kyousuke's blood-sister.".
As I mentioned before, anime creates a world where the rules of our "right" and "wrong" do not exist, or sometimes are switched. This is what allows brother-sister anime to be enjoyable. People know that it is considered "wrong" and "gross" in their reality, but seeing it in a world where that doesn't matter, they can find a certain appeal to it that drags them in, rather than another cliche relation between two students or childhood friends, etc. Many people realize this and try to attempt making an anime/manga/etc. that shows off this particular aspect- but because of that, the plot has become overused and criticized heavily. Even if the quality of the anime itself is outstanding, people will immediately watch it with bias, and judge it poorly just for using a concept they deem "wrong".
If you think about it, people around the world are starting to accept previously labeled "immoral" relationships more. People have just accustomed themselves to thinking that such a relationship is "disgusting", without giving it a chance to understand it- much like those from previous generations refusing to rely on modern technology because they are accustomed to not using it. Plus, the idea of a "brother-sister" relationship (in terms of Otaku, for the most part) is based on the mindset of "I'd love to have a little sister like that, but if she was really my little sister, I wouldn't even think about doing that to her"- in other words, a fantasy or delusion. As they say, it can't hurt to dream. And, to certain fetishists (the hardcore ones), little sisters or older brothers have a certain "sibling" appeal, which only fuels that.
In the end, is it not that brother-sister anime are disgusting, but rather you do not have the mental aptitude to truly understand the deep meanings by forgetting about reality for the duration of the show (the purpose of anime), and fully enjoy it despite- or perhaps because of- the concepts that it presents?
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Posted 7/5/13
I don't mind them. Stuff like Oreimo and OniAi is pretty funny.
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Posted 7/5/13
lol anyone heard of Aki Sora
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