Simone has moved into a shared house for the first time, with a pal from her university days. The reality is far from the grown-up, yet girly lifestyle she was imagining, as her housemates turn out to be Fujoshi: the ultimate female otakus! Updating on Tuedays.
Fujo Fujo! is written and illustrated by me, Sonia Leong. I work as a full-time Manga artist for various publishers (Tokyopop, Image, VIZ Media, Seven Stories, SelfMadeHero, Hachettes, Walker Books, Harper-Collins, Ilex, Quarto, and more).
I'm also the Company Secretary of Sweatdrop Studios, an independent publisher and collaborative group of manga-influenced creators in the UK. If you'd like to know a little bit more about me, try some of these links below.
A few people don't realise that Yaoi is predominantly made by women and read by women. It doesn't make sense at first, but when you think about it - it's like seeing a hetero relationship, but it is slightly removed from you if you're a woman so you feel less threatened when dark sexy seme makes his moves on uke? Yet you emphathise with the uke so you see his POV? And of course, the pretty boys to look at, the better?
As a male, I was at first icky about Male/Male relationships yet attracted to Girl/Girl Relationships. As time passed by I became accepting of it. I'm straight but to all degrees I would read a BL comic or Yaoi comic without any disgust if it has a slice of life styling with some +18 content in between otherwise I'm pretty much turned away by it. Not disgust, No but just no interest.