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25th May '16 8:02:21 AM Eievie
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'''Kaorin:''' The correct term is LESBIAN! [[TransparentCloset Uh, not that I'm a lesbian!]] It's just, you know, a teenage thing. That's all. (...) Just to prove it, I wouldn't mind if she was a guy!\\
'''Osaka:''' ...Huh?

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'''Kaorin:''' The correct term is LESBIAN! [[TransparentCloset Uh, not that I'm a lesbian!]] It's just, you know, a teenage thing. That's all. (...) (…) Just to prove it, I wouldn't mind if she was a guy!\\
'''Osaka:''' ...Huh?'''Osaka:''' …huh?



What is it about those schoolgirls? They have such a strong emotional bond with each other that you'd almost think they're dating. Oh... they are?

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What is it about those schoolgirls? They have such a strong emotional bond with each other that you'd almost think they're dating. Oh... Oh… they are?



In Japan, this trope is a bit more complicated because [[RomanticTwoGirlFriendship girls having crushes on other girls]] is nothing that raises eyebrows in the Japanese school system. The Japanese refer to this as a Class S Relationship, which supposedly teaches the young ladies about "real" relationships. Class S is not supposed to become physical, and is meant to be outgrown eventually. Retaining a Class S Relationship as one grows older is, according to some Japanese people, a sign of immaturity (e.g. immature {{Clingy Jealous Girl}}s whose 'lesbian' crush has suddenly noticed boys). Thus, it is not uncommon to find teenage girl-girl relationships in Japanese media -- unless they explicitly describe themselves as lesbians, or engage in physical intimacy (at least kissing), it's not this trope but a RomanticTwoGirlFriendship instead.

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In Japan, this trope is a bit more complicated because [[RomanticTwoGirlFriendship girls having crushes on other girls]] is nothing that raises eyebrows in the Japanese school system. The Japanese refer to this as a Class S Relationship, which supposedly teaches the young ladies about "real" relationships. Class S is not supposed to become physical, and is meant to be outgrown eventually. Retaining a Class S Relationship as one grows older is, according to some Japanese people, a sign of immaturity (e.g. immature {{Clingy Jealous Girl}}s whose 'lesbian' "lesbian" crush has suddenly noticed boys). Thus, it is not uncommon to find teenage girl-girl relationships in Japanese media -- unless media--unless they explicitly describe themselves as lesbians, or engage in physical intimacy (at least kissing), it's not this trope but a RomanticTwoGirlFriendship instead.
30th Apr '16 8:47:55 AM valar55
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In Japan, this trope is a bit more complicated because [[RomanticTwoGirlFriendship girls having crushes on other girls]] is nothing that raises eyebrows in the Japanese school system. The Japanese refer to this as a Class S Relationship, which supposedly teaches the young ladies about "real" relationships. Class S is not supposed to become physical, and is meant to be outgrown eventually. Retaining a Class S Relationship as one grows older is, according to some Japanese people, a sign of immaturity (e.g. immature {{Clingy Jealous Girl}}s whose lesbian crush has suddenly noticed boys). Thus, it is not uncommon to find teenage girl-girl relationships in Japanese media -- unless they explicitly describe themselves as lesbians, or engage in physical intimacy (at least kissing), it's not this trope but a RomanticTwoGirlFriendship instead.

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In Japan, this trope is a bit more complicated because [[RomanticTwoGirlFriendship girls having crushes on other girls]] is nothing that raises eyebrows in the Japanese school system. The Japanese refer to this as a Class S Relationship, which supposedly teaches the young ladies about "real" relationships. Class S is not supposed to become physical, and is meant to be outgrown eventually. Retaining a Class S Relationship as one grows older is, according to some Japanese people, a sign of immaturity (e.g. immature {{Clingy Jealous Girl}}s whose lesbian 'lesbian' crush has suddenly noticed boys). Thus, it is not uncommon to find teenage girl-girl relationships in Japanese media -- unless they explicitly describe themselves as lesbians, or engage in physical intimacy (at least kissing), it's not this trope but a RomanticTwoGirlFriendship instead.
25th Apr '16 2:00:17 PM NoiV
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* Part of the story in Webcomic/TheSecretsOfTheAfterlife happens in an all-girls school and most of the students here are lesbians. [[http://thesecretsoftheafterlife.webcomic.ws/comics/47]]

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* Part of the story in Webcomic/TheSecretsOfTheAfterlife happens in an all-girls school and where most of the students here are lesbians. [[http://thesecretsoftheafterlife.webcomic.ws/comics/47]]
25th Apr '16 1:59:11 PM NoiV
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* Part of the story in Webcomic/TheSecretsOfTheAfterlife happens in an all-girls school and most of the students here are lesbians. [[http://thesecretsoftheafterlife.webcomic.ws/comics/47]]
25th Apr '16 5:23:53 AM perona
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* In ''Manga/TanakaKunWaItsumoKedaruge'' Miyano originally talks about wanting to change herself into a mature, listless woman for the one she loves, whereupon the titular Tanaka and his friend Ohta imagine a nondescript boy--come episode 4, however, it turns out she's talking about their punk female friend Echizen, with her confession leaving no doubt at all she's talking about romantic love (Tanaka even quips that the way she puts it is even more intense than he imagined when she first told him and Ohta). Despite the quips people give about [[HoYay Tanaka's own relationship with Ohta]], this is all refreshingly treated as something normal by everyone around.

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* In ''Manga/TanakaKunWaItsumoKedaruge'' Miyano originally talks about wanting to change herself into a mature, listless woman for the one she loves, whereupon the titular Tanaka and his friend Ohta imagine a nondescript boy--come episode 4, 3, however, it turns out she's talking about their punk female friend Echizen, with her confession leaving no doubt at all she's talking about romantic love (Tanaka even quips that the way she puts it is even more intense than he imagined when she first told him and Ohta). Despite the quips people give about [[HoYay Tanaka's own relationship with Ohta]], this is all refreshingly treated as something normal by everyone around.
24th Apr '16 11:03:25 PM perona
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* VisualNovel/AoNoKanataFourRhythm's Arisaka feels quite strongly about Tobisawa, but makes herself useful by getting her out of bed, dressing her, and towing her off to school. When Tobisawa joins the school's [[FictionalSport Flying Circus]] team, Arisaka immediately joins as well.

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* VisualNovel/AoNoKanataFourRhythm's ''VisualNovel/AoNoKanataFourRhythm'''s Arisaka feels quite strongly about Tobisawa, but makes herself useful by getting her out of bed, dressing her, and towing her off to school. When Tobisawa joins the school's [[FictionalSport Flying Circus]] team, Arisaka immediately joins as well.


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* In ''Manga/TanakaKunWaItsumoKedaruge'' Miyano originally talks about wanting to change herself into a mature, listless woman for the one she loves, whereupon the titular Tanaka and his friend Ohta imagine a nondescript boy--come episode 4, however, it turns out she's talking about their punk female friend Echizen, with her confession leaving no doubt at all she's talking about romantic love (Tanaka even quips that the way she puts it is even more intense than he imagined when she first told him and Ohta). Despite the quips people give about [[HoYay Tanaka's own relationship with Ohta]], this is all refreshingly treated as something normal by everyone around.
18th Apr '16 8:34:24 PM Pichu-kun
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* In ''Manga/{{Citrus}}'', Yuzu averted this at first as heterosexual and expected to get a boyfriend, which never happened. As her relationship with her NotBloodSibling Mei deepens, she embraces this trope. Himeko on the other hand plays this trope straight (no pun intended) albeit played for laughs after briefly discussing it.

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* In ''Manga/{{Citrus}}'', Yuzu averted this at first as heterosexual and expected to get a boyfriend, which never happened. As her relationship with her NotBloodSibling [[NotBloodSiblings step-sister]] Mei deepens, she embraces this trope. Himeko on the other hand plays this trope straight (no pun intended) albeit played for laughs after briefly discussing it.



** Yori iis in love with the titular Mari. She is a bullied loner while Mari is the SchoolIdol, but when a man named Isao [[GrandTheftMe bodyswaps]] with Mari she notices and is the only person he turns to for help.
** [[spoiler:Mari]] has heavy implications of being lesbian but heavily closeted. She reads porn aimed at men, has turned down every boy who has asked her out, and had an awfully intimate moment with [[spoiler:Yori]] once. As the manga goes on it's suggested that [[spoiler:Mari has a SplitPersonality]] and [[spoiler:that no bodyswap occured]]. If so, [[spoiler:Mari]] is definitely in love with [[spoiler:Yori]] as [[spoiler:"Isao"]] is.

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** Yori iis is in love with the titular Mari. She is a bullied loner while Mari is the SchoolIdol, but when a man named Isao [[GrandTheftMe bodyswaps]] with Mari she notices and is the only person he turns to for help.
** [[spoiler:Mari]] has [[AmbiguouslyGay heavy implications implications]] of being lesbian but heavily closeted. She reads porn aimed at men, has turned down every boy who has asked her out, and had an awfully intimate moment with [[spoiler:Yori]] once. As the manga goes on it's suggested that [[spoiler:Mari has a SplitPersonality]] and [[spoiler:that no bodyswap occured]]. If so, [[spoiler:Mari]] is definitely in love with [[spoiler:Yori]] as [[spoiler:"Isao"]] is.
18th Apr '16 5:08:30 AM Dravencour
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* Played for ''horror'' in the manga, ''Manga/TenshiNoBokura''. The alien lesbians, the Arume, have all-girls schools filled with girls who are raised to be lesbian nymphos (with males as a wholly foreign concept) so they'll have hot human women to screw when the little girls grow up. Naturally, they pass through a "schoolgirl lesbian" stage at some point between puberty and graduation, although not all of the teachers are willing to wait that long....

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* ** Played for ''horror'' in the ''Tenshi no Bokura'' manga, ''Manga/TenshiNoBokura''. The alien lesbians, part of the Blue Drop series which focuses on the impact of the aliens in question, the Arume, on human society. The Arume have all-girls schools filled with girls who are raised to be lesbian nymphos (with males as a wholly foreign concept) so they'll have hot human women to screw when the little girls grow up. Naturally, they pass through a "schoolgirl lesbian" stage at some point between puberty and graduation, although not all of the teachers are willing to wait that long....
13th Apr '16 5:10:09 PM Monolaf317
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* In the {{Hentai}} ''Gintai Saimin'', we have [[{{Seme}} Natsuko]] and [[{{Uke}} Hitomi]].
7th Apr '16 8:33:01 PM sentairider42
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'''Kaorin:''' The correct term is LESBIAN! Uh, not that I'm a lesbian! It's just, you know, a teenage thing. That's all. (...) Just to prove it, I wouldn't mind if she was a guy!\\

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'''Kaorin:''' The correct term is LESBIAN! [[TransparentCloset Uh, not that I'm a lesbian! lesbian!]] It's just, you know, a teenage thing. That's all. (...) Just to prove it, I wouldn't mind if she was a guy!\\
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