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Arashi No Yoru Ni. Wow. To clarify: the movie is about a very close relationship between a wolf and a goat. Views are divided about whether or not it was intended as a subtextual Queer Romance, but this divide is almost entirely along the lines of people who saw the movie first vs. people who had been reading the children's books for years before. The books since 1994 had (without comment) been intentionally keeping Mei's gender ambiguous, and most readers quietly assumed that Mei was female, and that Mei and Gabu were a heterosexual romance. The film completely erased this ambiguity, and not only was Mei revealed as unmistakably male, but the creator revealed that he'd always originally envisioned Mei as male — his gender just wasn't all that critical to the story either way. As a result, most fans are entirely comfortable with Mei and Gabu in a Queer Romance, with most of the opposition to this notion coming from more recent viewers of the film who might find it less appropriate to accept a Queer Romance since they hadn't already long since because fans of their epic love.
Area 88 has Mickey Simon. In the TV series, Mickey can be seen reading Playgirl magazine. In the OVA, he and Shin wind up playing tourist while on special assignment and end up in a place that mostly attracts couples. In all versions, he is at Area 88 because he could not adjust to civilian life after his return from Vietnam and had to break off an engagement. Did we mention that he was in the Navy?
Ho Yay between Shin and Mickey is even more pronounced in the manga. When Shin wakes up in the infirmary of Farina's land carrier and believes that Mickey has been shot down, he sheds enraged tears. When the two men are reunited in a holding cell aboard the carrier, the first thing they do is clasp each other's hands. Finally, when the two escape from the land carrier using stolen jets, they land in the Asran desert. Since Shin's feet were broken in a prior jet crash, Mickey offers to carry him, but Shin politely declines. They just don't write romance like that anymore...
Mickey and Rishar's first encounter in the manga also brimmed with ho yay. When Rishar first enters the infirmary, Mickey is shirtless and lying in bed. Later, the two engage in conversation while Mickey is getting dressed. At several points, Rishar gazes at Mickey almost affectionately.
When Momiji and Ichiko are teleported to Antarctica by mistake (it's a long story) Momiji suggests huddling together for warmth which is logical under the circumstance. She then suggests that they huddle together naked which is...less so. Of course, she might have been doing that just to mess with Ichiko's head.
Chapter 51 starting about here, ends in a way that make it seems that Ichiko and Momiji are an Official Couple.
Ichiko and Ranmaru within chapter 25. Also taken Up to Eleven in the omake. And then there's the final scene of Episode 8 where Ichiko finally accepts Ranmaru as her friend. While not really Les Yay, it almost looks like it.
Ichiko even kinda confesses to Ranmaru at one point. To be fair, she's essentially drunk at the time.
She also for some reason has a bunch of sexy pictures of Ranmaru.
Destroy and Revolution: Yuuki has a bit of a thing for Makoto that he he can't put into words, something that keeps drawing him back time and time again even though he swears he never swung that way before. There's a bit of playful flirting on his behalf, "What do you want from my Makoto?" and the like, enjoying eliciting flustered reactions from Makoto. There's something strangely sweet about it until you remember that the series is about two teenaged terrorists.
"Friends? We're not some as fragile as that. We are one, Makoto."
There's a distinct possibility that Hidenori of Daily Lives Of Highschool Boys has some kind of feelings for Yoshitake, but is in denial about it. More than once, Hidenori has said "Help me, Yoshitake!" in his Internal Monologues, even before a certain reveal that Hidenori's masked childhood idol (who saved him from bullies) was Yoshitake; curiously, Hidenori's reaction to this reveal is running in the opposite direction and when Yoshitake otherwise has nothing to do with the situation at all. The chapter "High School Boys & Annoyances" also raises some interesting questions: why exactly would somebody be irritated by a good friend of theirs helping them out with finding their lost keys or preparing copies of their notes for when the other was sick?
There's also a very good deal of it between the girls in The Wanderers TV series. We have Nanami and Rune Venus, Ifurita and Rune Venus, Ifurita, Nanami and Rune Venus, Nanami and Shayla-Shayla, Nanami and Alielle, and Shayla-Shayla and Afura Mann.
In first volume of the manga version of Eureka Seven, Anemone once has Eureka captive and winds up chatting with her while sharing cake with her, talking about "yummy things" and how she thinks Eureka herself is "yummy". She even says that what she's saying sounds like "a sleazy pick-up line". In the second volume, there's another sequence with the two together, sharing their feelings with one another, with the chapter opening with a suggestive artwork of them.
The manga gives some one-sided Les Yay from Elgala towards Excel, trying to fondle and kiss her while drunk, and getting clobbered for her troubles. Much later the trope is parodied when the two are trapped underwater, and Excel appears to give Elgala the Kiss of Life. Afterwards it turns out that she sucked all the air out of her lungs instead, and still complains about her passing out.
Fate/stay night is already covered under video games, but the anime does far more than the game with one pairing. For quite a while around mid-series, it really looks like Rin Tohsaka has a thing for Sakura Matou. Even the second OP suggests this. Of course, players of the game knew what the anime eventually reveals rather vaguely: they're actually sisters, but in the anime, only Rin knows.
If you aren't aware of Archer's relationship to Shirou, his entire death scene, which is interspersed with flashbacks of his younger self, is frankly very suspicious.
The infamous scene in the end of episode 6 is the most memorable thing in the fans' minds from it, with Kirei coming into his room to find Gilgamesh on his couch in a flirtatious pose, drinking and complimenting his wine, and speaking in a suggestive tone of voice, giving him bedroom eyes while they have a conversation about pleasure. That, and some very suspiciously symbolic hand placement◊. The fact that it's already established that they live together for the next ten years after Zero ends doesn't help either.
Waver spends most of the series living with a very large, bisexual Macedonian who walks around the house with wearing neither pants nor underwear - and demonstrating the classic tsundere response (blushing and all) all the way.
Caster (Gilles de Rais) and Ryuunosuke. They find each other extremely COOL! and seem to understand each other very well, despite being insane, amoral Serial Killers; Caster even seems genuinely sad when Ryuunosuke dies. Ryuunosuke is also similar to Prelati, a young cleric (named in-story as Caster's teacher) with whom Gilles de Rais had quite a lot of Ho Yay.
Figure 17: Tsubasa & Hikaru heavily implies that Tsubasa and Hikaru's feelings for each other might not be entirely platonic. During an emotional confrontation Hikaru tells Tsubasa "I love you", then explicitly compares her feelings to how Tsubasa felt for a boy she had a crush on. Shortly after this Tsubasa becomes somewhat.... obsessed with Hikaru, gazing into her eyes and holding her hand constantly, and at one point asking if they can sleep in the same bed together for no apparent reason. You can easily read their interactions in the last third of the series as an awkward pre-teen romance with absolutely no interpretation necessary.
Game X Rush: Memori and Yuuki have SO much between them. Also, the judo team ("Can I call you 'Big Brother'?!"), the G-ing bodyguards, and the male kids at the elementary school become big fans of Memori.
Ga-Rei -Zero-: Yomi and Kagura. (later becomes Foe Yay) Especially noticable in this scene in episode 4 where they kiss after eating Pocky. Also, after that scene the Straight Gay driver Iwahata tells Sakuraba while blushing that he has a nice ass. Sakuraba stutters and tells him not to look at him that way.
In Generator Gawl, somehow, with nothing said outright, the English dub manages to convey the impression that Koji and Ryo are married, with Gawl as their Keet boytoy/son.
Ghost Hound. There seems to be some kind of onesided thing from Masayuki directed at... well, everyone, but mostly Taro.
Girls Bravo: There is one episode (episode 6 season 2) where main character Yukinari is forced to dress up as a girl, in order to host a gaming tournament. His disguise is so convincing that even Handsome Lech Fukuyama mistakes him for a pretty girl, flirts with him, and grabs his crotch before discovering he's actually a boy.
In that same episode Kirie gropes Koyomi in order to garner attention from the audience. Also, at the beginning of the episode Miharu and Koyomi wash each other, Miharu comments on how beautiful Koyomi is and gropes her.
In the anime Kosame develops a Psycho Lesbian-type attraction towards Kirie after she fights her. Also, Hijiri has been obsessed with Miharu since childhood but after being defeated by Kirie in a fight she starts lusting after her instead. They both express their affections towards Kirie by resorting to attempted Black Comedy Rape.
The second episode of season two features an all-girl kickbocking tournament set up by ultra pervert, yuri fanboy Fukuyama. Then there's the mud wrestling match between Kosame and Kirie who both wear nothing save for skimpy white bikini's. Lots of muddy groping ensues. Also, Kosame gets close to Kirie, blushes, tells her "I do hope that you can satisfy me" and kisses Kirie on the cheek and later on her lips.
Goshuushou-sama Ninomiya-kun: Episode 3 features Reika enlisting the help of her family's special forces (an army of muscular men) who dress up in maid costumes, gowns, and bunny costumes to intimidate Mayu. However her plan goes awry when Shungo comes to save Mayu and each time the weird muscular guys ignore Mayu in favor of Shungo. They crowd around Shungo and swoon with accompanied leering, even touching him flirtatiously, saying such things like, "Ooh, a very pretty boy!", "You must join our bunnies boot camp and become one with us in mind and body!", "This master here is my type!", and "We have to accompany you in any way we can. All of you." Needless to say, Shungo is understandably horrified.
Also, Mayu's older brother Mikihiro towards Shungo. He often goes out of his way to playfully tease him by getting in his face (literally), cornering him when no one's around, holding him close to his body so he can't get away when dragging him off to train, and even stalking him.
To a lesser extent, Shungo's friends Yoshida and Inoue act like fanboys in regards to Shungo sometimes, are fond of ambushing Shungo and tying him up without his consent, when they want him to participate in one of their many schemes.
Ryoko really enjoys molesting Reika and dragging her off, despite Reika's protests that she doesn't swing that way...
In the last episode Reika trips, falls on top of an unconscious Mayu, and ends up kissing her which leads to Mayu waking up, asking Reika why she was kissing her and then calling her a lesbian, including accusing her of liking it whenever Ryoko molests her.
One of Hinako's favorite hobbies, other than sexually harassing Shungo, appears to be skinship groping Mayu.
Hinako takes this Up to Eleven in Episode 8 when she strips and forces Mayu into a swimsuit and apron while cooking ramen. Irori subsequently walks in on them and then the two of them force her into one too. Later when Shinobu shows up, the three of them force her into one as well and at this point they're all doing with way more gusto than required. To top it off just before Shungo returns home with ingredients for the ramen, they've been thinking certain thoughts about how big and hard that wooden spoon they're stirring the ramen with is. And they certainly don't spare many details on the individual stripping of each girl, mind you.
Aki is constantly being borderline raped by her friends.
Akira Kurosawa is accused of being a lesbian by Jiro who, thanks to Kimure, thinks she's trying to seduce Kyoko. While Akira states that she doesn't like girls that way, she later says that she feels like she lost as she watches Kyoko and Jiro walk away, cue sad puppy face.
There is also a scene where Jiro and Kurosawa are talking together. Yuki, trying to make Kyoko jealous, says that Kurosawa is looking all Lovey-Dovey after Jiro says something. What did Jiro Say? That Kyoko would be very happy if Kurosawa stayed in school
After that, Kurosawa and Oogamis' growing friendship is played just like everyone else's growing relationships, including two Day In The Lime Light chapters filled with Ship Tease.
KyosatoYukari, besides more or less raping Kyoko and Kurosawa whenever drunk, she also openly states to be in love with Eiko.
Eiko too becomes Ambiguously Gay after a couple reveals. The first being that the sempai that Kyosato thinks so highly of and taught her all her bad habits was Eiko. The second is that after a drunken argument Eiko runs herself (and Jiro) ragged to find a job and prove herself to Kyosato, who, herself, becomes bitterly depressed, its only after Kyosato apologises and tells Eiko that no matter what she'll aways love her, that Eiko calms down. Thirdly, during another drunken argument its revealed that Eiko has never confessed to a boy, but her proposal of friendship to Kyostato sounds very much like one. The biggest reveal comes when Eiko reveals, in a blink and you miss it moment, that she and Kyosato use to play the King Game... all the time... by themselves.
Hanaukyō Maid Tai: While Konoe sees her as a pupil, Yashima herself is hopelessly and rather blatantly in love with Konoe. This often has her daydreaming up various lesbian fantasies with Konoe returning her feelings...resulting in rather embarrassing moments.
Harukanaru Toki no Naka de franchise can already count as a Slash Fic Writers' Paradise just by way of having eight beautiful guys who are already paired upwith each other for your convenience, and the Hachiyou Shou TV anime seems aware of the implications. For one, there's Tomomasa occasionally teasing Takamichi yet showing that he cares about him a lot. Then, there are a couple of scenes with Inori blushing slightly around Shimon after he finally accepted him as one of his True Companions. And let's not get into possible interpretations of the whole "unlockingthe Four Seals" thing, the requirement for which is said to be the two Hachiyou's hearts becoming one...
Hatenkou Yuugi: Father Jelice Beliyah (after being questioned once whether or not he was holy by Baroquheat) "Your penance for this remark is bungee jumping, naked."
Their are several Father Jelice Beliyah x Baroqueheat moments like this, look at Chapter 18 for an example.
There's also some Alzeid x Baroqueheat moments at times.
Chapter 304 reveals that Kotetsu has become a Stalker with a Crush to Hayate when he follows Hayate into the public bath and directly states this as the reason why he is there and states that he loves Hayate. Hayate responds by trying to drown him. Kotetsu Segawa is canonically gay for Hayate, and Azumamiya is almost undoubtedly attracted to him after the Mt. Takao trip (when Nishizawa met him she could literally sense it and moved to grab Hayate right after he introduced himself).
The weird part is how Hayate acts around Kotetsu. No other character can get Hayate to show his dark side...which pretty much consists of being a Tsundere. Seriously, whenever they're together Hayate basically acts like a stereotypical tsundere love interest, albeit a particularly violent one with Ranma-esque strength and skill, and has twice managed not to kill him to have a dere moment...which Kotetsu inevitably ruins instantly and gets beaten down HARD.
On that note, Father Radiostar has had a few moments as well and did canonically write Hayate a love letter. That creepy, stalker-ish love letter. Tama sort of has his moments but depending on his mood it may be more like Foe Yay.
We also can't forget the yuri-tastic friendship between Hinagiku and Athena, where Hina pretty much admired Athena on sight and blushed nervously as she tried to ask for her email address. It was explicitly stated that Athena didn't interact with anyone else like that and that the two were an unstoppable duo that basically ruled the school together.
From way back when Hayate went to the Kendo Club to get Nagi interested in sports (because Hinagiku mentioned Nagi tried to join before), we see that Nagi and Hinagiku had an almost identical start with Nagi admiring how cool Hinagiku was and playing out much the same as the above relationship - at least until Nagi realized she would never be like Hina
And with the Greece Arc we also have much more Nagi/Ayumu moments with the two being seemingly inseparable friends at times, it even extends after and the two seem quite friendly even after returning to Japan. Also Ayumu told Nagi she loved her during her birthday story. It was very heartfelt.
Does Luca and Hayate fit here? I mean she thinks that Hayate or "Maid Star" is a girl, and she did kiss "her" on the cheek thinking that and seemed to be generally enamored of "her". Seems like it's going to fit here until she figures it out.
Nagi and Isumi. Nagi outright asked Isumi to marry her when they first met and Isumi actually understood her manga, and Isumi says (regarding Hayate), "But I can see why my Nagi put her trust in him".
Chapter 405 is basically an entire Les Yay chapter between Hinagiku and Chiharu. The two spend the whole chapter visiting the sites, enjoying sweets, having Chiharu tease Hinagiku (followed by Hina getting flustered and insisting that she was lovely as well), and wrapping up the day in the baths at the inn. Where Chiharu wore her glasses and got quite dodgy about just what exactly she needed them to see, right before being pretty much paralyzed on the spot with a massive blush when a naked Hinagiku got into the bath right in front of her. Not that much could really top that, but they were then shown wearing yukata and sleeping in the same room.
Hayate X Blade has so much of this, usually between Hayate and Ayana. Hayate constantly refers to Ayana as either a lover or a wife, with rather violent but hilarious results.
Heat Guy J: Mitchal & Ian. I don't know if they're supposed to be a couple or just friends, but the fact that Mitchal blew himself up shortly after Ian's death, and the fact that they're almost always together is certainly yaoi fodder.
Hellsing: Some fans see this between Seras and Integra, via the finger licking scene and also when the ghouls that Jan Valentine made out of Hellsing's initial guards basically swarm her. Seras promptly goes berserk and kills almost all of them, until Integra intervenes via hugging her from behind.
Also, there are people out there who support Alucard/Walter. Especially since The Dawn showed that Alucard could transform into an effeminate version of himself (Appropriately dubbed "Girlycard").
And not to mention Alucard saying that Walter's body was "a trillion times more beautiful" before it was rejuvenated by vampirism.
In the first anime, a Lesbian Vampire character named Boobanshee/Bubbancy (actually a corruption of a Baobhan sith, pronounced roughly the same way in Japanese) tricks the entire Hellsing organization, save Seras and Alucard, into thinking that she is Integra's sister, Laura (a reference to Carmilla). Later, she attempts to drink Integra's blood, and even bites and licks her chest, after which Integra realizes that she has no sister; shortly after Bubbancy is dispatched and Integra refers to her as Countess Karnstein (another Carmilla reference). She also licks Integra's blood from her hand after stabbing her.
The first OVA Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni Kira gives us this scene where Keiichi dreams that Satoshi is feeding him yogurt. Complete with Satoshi blushing as he's trying to feed Keiichi yogurt and suggestively stating that the yogurt is dripping and that if it's Keiichi's "yogurt" he'll definitely want to eat it.
EP3: "I see that to shake hands with you, Battler-sama, I must create a fitting atmosphere in a suitable location, and exchange sweet words and physical language with you that rings true to your heart." Then he gets this smile on his face and whispers, "You know, I also lo-ve these kinds of situations? Pu ku ku ku!" while getting all into Battler's face (whose reaction is to blush). A while later, Beatrice (who gets some Ship Tease with Battler later in that arc) says something among the lines of being jealous that they already get along so well. Jokingly, but still, doesn't stop the implications.
Oddly enough, Irie gets some with Keiichi as well in Tatarigoroshi-hen, when he rubs Keiichi's hands thoroughly while blushing and smiling and talking about how smooth and soft they are and how he'll punish his maids for not having hands like his, and how he'd "love to be served by hands like yours". A while later, in a totally different scene, he thanks Keiichi for "allowing him to enjoy his smooth skin".
Hikaru no Go includes, within the first three episodes, Akira making excuses to feel Hikaru's hands and before too long has the pair of them passionately declaring their obsession with one another amongst a cascade of Cherry Blossoms.
Hikaru & Akira's mutual obsession frequently tips the line into subtext and much of the dialogue could easily be seen to support this pairing. Kaga & Tsutsui also danced around this trope occasionally.
Nono and Mugi from Hitohira tend to be quite affectionate with each other. Mugi gets very flustered whenever Nono gets near her, which happens quite a lot. Actually, Nono uses this to practically seduce Mugi to make her join her Drama Research Club—and then there is the scene in the hot tub. For the largest part it's not clear whether Nono means it, but in the end it becomes evident that Nono has genuinely deep feelings for Mugi.
Also, Mugi and Kayo. Nono and Mirei give off this vibe as well.
Honey and Clover: Lampshaded by Mayama's coworkers at Fujiwara Design after yelling for Takemoto to stop licking him as Leader wakes him up. Nomiya even says that 'a lot of those types end up in this business'. It doesn't help that Takemoto's spending nights sleeping in Mayama's room due to the lack of an air conditioner making those hot summer nights less restful.
House of Five Leaves: Yaichi & Masanosuke; in the beginning of the story you never know if Yaichi is going to kill Masa... or kiss him.
Here◊ is a picture of Moriya on top of a shirtless Azusa by the mangaka herself. Or what about a Moriya/Azusa/Date OT3?
Apart from DuchessTheodora, Berkut has his Ho Yay (as well as Foe Yay) moments too: Touching Taki's chin to piss him off (andit works) and his intense, bordering on obsession vendetta against Klaus (even if Klaus' thoughts about him are along the lines of 'Seriously, what the hell is he doing here?').
In the second episode of Hyper Police, Sakura— the kitsune with 8 and 1/5 tails— chases down Natsuki thinking that eating Natsuki will grant her a full set of nine tails. After knocking her unconscious, Sakura anticipates eating Natsuki. Some of the camera angles and dialogue give off a very rape-y vibe.
Sakura: Stop resisting!
Later on when Sakura is introduced to Natskui as new police recruit, Sakura gets right into Natsuki's face with a seductive gaze. She even licks Natsuki's face.
Hyouka has some of this between Hotaro and Satoshi. Satoshi often intrudes Hotaro's personal space whenever he's around Hotaro, and in several instances in the anime he intently puts his face very close to Hotaro's, with only about 5cm left between their lips (often to Hotaro's surprise). Plus the way he moves flamboyantly, how he attends the sewing club enthusiastically, his proficiency in cooking, and his obliviousness towards Mayaka's romantic advances throughout the series, all while he always gleefully approaches the passive, intorvert and supposedly boring Hotaro in a crush-like manner.
Ichiban Ushiro No Daimaou has hints of Hiroshi to Akuto. He thinks Akuto is amazing and always bugs him by pretending to be brothers and calling Sai "Demon King". He often states that he is Akuto's most loyal follower.
Strawberry Marshmallow: Miu's behavior toward Nobue is ambiguous. Chika is often a more straightforward victim of Miu's rather..affectionate side.
When Miu says that she and Chika have kissed, Chika doesn't deny it.
Immortal Rain: Rain and Yuca were incredibly close friends, so much that Yuca made Rain immortal to save his life and to make sure they'd meet again when he was reborn. But Yuca also got all the orphans horribly killed, shot Freya in front of Rain and fed him her flesh, made a cruel bet with him, and then shot himself in the head, leaving Rain traumatized and alone for six centuries.
Also, in flashbacks, Yuca seems to enjoy suddenly appearing next to Rain or randomly stroking his face while talking to him. Admittedly, he does this to multiple characters, at least two of whom are female, but still.
Depraved Homosexual Jakotsu from InuYasha has a crush on Inuyasha, flirts with Miroku and Sesshoumaru, and has some subtext with his friend Bankotsu.
Shuuga (Myoga the flea's wife to be) possesses Inuyasha and tries to seduce Shippo in episode 65.
The one shot villain Suzaku was also quite effeminate and flamboyant and he openly flirted with Miroku and Hojo's ancestor.
Sesshomaru's follower, Jaken revealed that the reason he started following Sesshomaru around in the first place is that he thought ol' Fluffy was beautiful (and states it) and followed him, despite being ignored for several days. This only happens during an anime filler episode and never happens in the manga.
A Camp Gay character named Motoki from Itazurana Kiss wears makeup, speaks in feminine Japanese, and constantly lusts after the handsome Dr. Irie.
THE iDOLM@STER - One of the rivals during the Idol Agency Sports Meet falls instantly in love with Makoto.
Also in the first episode, when Ai Enma makes Yuzuki Mikage susceptible to her Demonic Possession. It involved a hug and a kiss, while naked, in a bathtub.
And she kisses Yuzuki again at the end of the season, to show her her past. Seeing as Ai showed her past to both Tsugumi and Hajime before without having to kiss them, one can only imagine why she decide to show it that way...
What about Honne-Onna's diehard fangirls? One was ready to send someone to hell because she tought he was dating her! And another actually sent the other girl to hell because she tought she got too close to Onna!
There's so much of this in Jyu-Oh-Sei with a good amount of it involving Thor.
The 2012 fall season anime, K, has Isana Yashiro and Yatogami Kuroh. Yashiro blushed when Kuroh pulled him close in the first episode, mesmerized by Kuroh's facial features. Not to mention that they look similar to Shion and Nezumi from No.6...
At one point in episode 8, before he's cut off, Yashiro blushes and begins to tell Kuroh something that sounds suspiciously similar to a confession—a few scenes in prior episodes established that he has a slight crush on him.
Yata and Fushimi as well. After their relationship got more focus it became obvious that there is some massive Foe Yay to it and Fushimi shows Stalker with a Crush tendencies towards Yata especially after his betrayel. Their audio dramas show this in more detail, with Fushimi knowing Yata's birthdate and blood type when Yata has never told him either. Or his height, which Yata himself doesn't know and to the nearest 0.1cm at that.
Suoh and Munakata have some of this, too. Munakata gets really close to Suoh when he's imprisoned at the SCEPTRE 4 Headquarters. And when Munakata tries to negotiate with Suoh in Episode 11 even more so.
Kaguya Hime has enormous amounts of this, and it's not always just teasing. Akira with Mayu, Chun-Lan, and pretty much any girl; Yu-Ling with any girl; Miller with Nobuo, in volumes 6-7 Julian, from volume 11 on Sutton, and lots of random guys; Yui and Midori; from volume 12 on, Kaede and Mamoru.
Maid-Sama!: Yukimura and Usui, especially when the latter kisses the former! You either laugh out loud or be disturbed every time this happens. Perhaps both.
There's even more ho yay involving both when Kanou steps into the picture.
Chapter 54 compares the teasing relationship of Usui's older brother with his valet to that of Usui and Misaki. It cannot help but come across as very Ho Yay.
The manager at Karin's second job once groped Karin's Gag Boobs in an attempt to cheer her up. Didn't work.
Karin and her friend Maki have a bit of this. In one episode she stayed over Karin's house and they took a bath together where Maki playfully groped Karin's boobs. Also, in the first episode Karin's vampiric attraction to Maki is reminiscent of a lesbian attraction. She even leans in to bite Maki's neck, which looks very much like an attempted kiss.
Karneval certainly has ample amounts of Ho Yay, from Gareki's looking after Nai all the time (Nai's innocence particularly effects him, and he obviously holds him higher than most "kids," whom he seems to believe should all rot) And when Nai first meets Gareki, he saves Nai from a mansion where a Varuga woman named Mine is keeping him captive.
Yogi's perceived friendship with Gareki (to the point of groping his chest, overdramatically weeping with Gareki forcibly in his arms when the teen has some variation of Naughty Tentacles preformed on him, thinking of him as cute because of the deredere side of Gareki's definite Tsundere characteristics, and then SPOILER! ->saving him in Chapter 19 because of circumstances currently too much of a spoiler to reveal), to Hirato and Akari's Foe Yay (though mostly one-sided and amusing when they're not being serious), to Yogi practically being Hirato's right-hand man, to Yogi's fear of Doctor Akari, to Hirato's "self-defense training" with Gareki in an extra, and so on...
Whoops, forgot the more blatant Les Yay, because much like Hinoe from Natsume Yuujinchou, Eva dislikes men and prefers the cute softness of girls, like Tsukumo.
Also, Nai and Yanari.
Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl essentially is about a lesbianLove Triangle between Tomari, Hazumu, and Yasuna, plus a fourth girl, but there's also some Les Yay between Ayuki and Tomari. The Les Yay is different in the manga and anime, but it's still there, be it coincidental or not (Ayuki does say she likes someone).
Not to mention that, especially in the anime, it seems that only the girls want Tomari. "I was surrounded by reporters, and just when I thought it was all over... Tomari-chan leapt to my rescue!" "KYAAAAA!"... "Tomari is so cool sometimes that she makes my heart skip a beat." "She's even received love letters from girls before." "Ah, my wonderful prince!" "I'm also attracted to her!" "She's like a prince!"
Before Hazumu got turned into a girl he and his best friend Asuta had some Ho Yay going on, and after Hazumu's Gender Bender change, Asuta develops romantic feelings for Hazumu.
Kekkaishi: Yoshimori was extremely adamant in his attempts to get closer to Gen and Hiura at times. Then there's Kakeru's extreme devotion to Michiru. Also, Yoshi's male bonding moments with Sen can get downright confusing sometimes.
The Keroro Gunsou anime is filled with this, thanks to rampant Flanderization. Tamama's obsessive crush on Keroro was already in the manga, but the series ramps it Up to Eleven. Then there's Kururu/Giroro... next to nonexistent in the original series, yet Ship Teased throughout the anime, complete with Kururu getting Blush Stickers around Giroro, giving him (suitably twisted) gifts, even hacking into his brain and replacing fond memories of Natsumi with memories of him. Dororo's Flanderization into The Woobie also makes him... a bit overly desperate in trying to get Keroro and Giroro to remember him...
The manga has also recently spotlighted Zoruru's obsession with Dororo in rather... questionable fashion, leaving it open to interpretation just what he's after beyond recognition.
All the girls at Natsumi's school seem to idolize her obsessively, and Koyuki actually has a crush on Natsumi (though this is far less blatant than in the manga, where it dives headfirst into the realms of Schoolgirl Lesbians).
In the dub, one of Natsumi's friends critisizes Saburo, and tells her: "You can find a better boyfriend. Or girlfriend."
Kimi ni Todoke: There was a bit of this when Sawako and Kurumi had their first conversation. The fact that Sawako used to see Kurumi as a female version of Kazehaya, says much.
In particular the manga, in particular the relationship between the Vice President and the President; while strenuously denying it, only when the subject comes up does the Vice President blush, and furiously at that. The President seems well aware of it, even subtly teasing her. Perhaps the only times Kasumi Kisaragi gets flustered or looses her cool are when Ritsuko Kübel Kettenkrad is involved.
Anime and manga, but most overtly in the manga, Yamada's relationship with Renko, obviously; in the manga, she enjoys Renko's physical abuse just a little bit too much, and asking for more with delight.
Then there is a hint of it between Tokino and Ranko in the manga; judging from Yamada's reaction, causing a something of a brief Les YayLove Triangle.
Lastly, due to the unfortunate intersection of Shinobu, a love potion, and half the student body, in the anime we see Shinobu ardently pursued by Tokino, until it wears off, and a female member of Shinobu's old gang who has more than the usual level of loyalty, under the influence, doing the same.
Land Of The Blindfolded starts smacking the reader around the head with Les Yay between female lead Kanade and her best friend Eri partway through volume 7... unfortunately, too late in the manga for a sudden shift into a Girls Love manga to be practical.
Last Exile: The engineer Gale admits to a crush on Claus, and Dio seems awfully fond of him, with all that glomping and whatnot. Of course, everybody loves Claus in this series. And who does Claus get that doughy-eyed look of love for? His vanship. There's also considerable subtext between Tatiana and her navigator and between Dio and Luciola.
The ending of the series may promote Tatiana and her navigator to full text. The other people shown are the musketeer and his ex-enemy girl, Claus and Lavie (who clearly have unresolved issues throught the series but seem to have paired up) and the two girls.
Ayumu and Hatori from Life have a very close, Les Yay-filled, friendship in the manga.
Litchi Hikari Club's Zera seems to favor childish, do-nothing Jaibo above all other subordinates for no apparent reason for the first two chapters of the manga adaptation, frequently touching him and showering him with grandiose promises or allowing him to slack off noticibly. Then it becomes apparent in chapter three that the two are actually lovers, and the favoritisim is at least partially justified.
Throw in former leader Tamiya's Foe Yay undertones of challenging Zera to regain his place as head of the club, and Jaibo's lack of personal space when tailing Tamiya on Zera's orders, and there are the makings of a pretty good hatesex threesome.
Love Hina: Naru and Mutsumi in the shower shortly after Mutsumi is first introduced in the manga.
While Keitaro is away, Mutsumi "dresses up" as him (by putting on glasses, rearranging her hair) in the hot springs and puts the moves on Naru. While the reason she gives is to merely try and make it easier for Naru to express her feelings for Keitaro, she seems to enjoy the resulting steamy action WAY too much for that excuse to hold much water.
Motoko has a trio of girls who follow her around, begging for her attention, ganging up on anyone who says anything negative about her, and — on at least one occasion — being upset with her because she spends so much time in male company (since Keitaro moved in).
When Kanako first arrives in Love Hina Again, she disguises herself as Naru and feels up a number of the residents of Hinata Inn as research for her disguises. Motoko's "examination" takes place in an alleyway, and draws quite a crowd of nosebleeding men.
Much more discreet in the manga, where Kanako-as-Naru attacks Motoko inside the Hinata House, using the convenient pretense of privately teaching her about what could be in the entrance exams.
While the feelings are probably unrequited, Kaolla Su has said on more than one occasion that she'd be interested in taking Motoko as a lover. She also gave Motoko a long, intimate kiss to see what it was like.
Love Live! has quite a bit, unsurprising for a series comprised of only female characters. Most notable perhaps would be Nico and Maki who get plenty of Ship Tease, with one pv even featuring them giving Valentine's chocolates to each other.
Also notably, Nozomi has a habit of groping the other girls' chests (as a greeting, a Cool and Unusual Punishment, or just because she feels like it) and Honoka points out Eli has lots of female fans because of her beauty.
Lovely Complex: In episode 14, the extremely Bishōnen student teacher named Maity-sensei decides to wake up Otani, who's sleeping in class, by placing his hand in his hair, and leaning in close to whisper "time to open your eyes" before lightly blowing in Otani's ear, complete with a rose background and sparkles. In response, Otani jumps up screaming and recoils in shock when Maity playfully taps him on the face and says "Good morning, sleeping beauty."
And then there's Seiko, a boy who regularly crossdresses and makes a convincing girl. He fell in love with Otani after Otani saved him from being attacked by a dog and even kissed him on the lips once. Otani later found out Seiko was biologically male when he took off his shirt when tending to Otani's injury in the school infirmary. Seiko feared that Otani would find him disgusting but Otani reassured him that he didn't and they remained good friends.
Episode 9 has some of this between Risa and her best friend Nobu. Nobu comforts Risa over Otani basically being oblivious to Risa's love for him, and feels it's her fault things aren't going so well because she's the one who pushed Risa to confess to Otani. Risa reassures her not to worry about it, and that's she's grateful to Nobu for motivating her to confess her love to Otani. In response, Nobu makes the total out of the blue decision to glomp Risa to the ground, and grope her as she's hugging her. Nobu releases lots of heart marks and Risa freaks out, telling Nobu "don't touch me there!"
Magic Users Club: With Ayanojyo Aburatsubo's passionate declarations of love for the extremely reluctant Takeo Takakura, it leaves very little to the imagination... also be on the watch for the rather sweet "friendship" between Sae and Nanaka.
Maison Ikkoku: Occasionally played around with, such as in episode 36 when a drunk, horny Akemi tries to make out with Godai and, when Kyoko tries to interfere, briefly makes out with her. Moments later both Godai and Kyoko have to remove Akemi's lipstick.
Mao-chan has the very obvious Mao/Yuriko (which might technically be considered Foe Yay, except Yuriko isn't a villain by choice), as well as Misora's (unrequited) feelings for Mao.
In Marmalade Boy, when perpetual loner Yuu suddenly starts hanging out with exceedingly popular school president Satoshi Miwa, their female classmates and the school newscasters immediately conclude they're getting it on. Hilariously enough, Yuu himself thinks Satoshi is gay for him when he suddenly starts trying to hang around him for no discernible reason. The real reason is because Satoshi believed Yuu was his half-brother, as his father was something of a philanderer and he was interested in Yuu's mother, Chiyako. Yuu reached the same conclusion independently, and was shocked when he learned Satoshi's surname. Of course, we don't find that out before hilarity ensued, including Miki overhearing them having a conversation that sounded a lot like Satoshi pressuring Yuu to have sex with him out of context. Satoshi's whole act of pretending to have the hots for Yuu works so well that Miki sees Satoshi as another rival for Yuu's affection, and at the same time Meiko seems to ship them a bit.
There's hints of Meiko and Miki as well.
Marginal Prince: Yuuta ends up in several... questionable situations with practically everybody in St. Alphonso. In the first episode he runs into Alfred and ends straight-up in his arms. Meanwhile, Mikhail manages to do the same to him, landing in Yuuta's arms or cradling against his chest practically every time he shows up. Yuuta also has a very certain thing for Joshua, which could on the one hand be interpreted with general admiration, but then episode 14 rolls around and has Yuuta go "Dokidoki" ("my heart's pounding") when Joshua approaches him very closely...
Then there's also Joshua himself, who just has this vibe whenever he's with Henri. It doesn't help that Joshua is pretty much the only one Henri doesn't snark at and even lets him come pretty close to him, while usually brushing off others. And of course, their families hate each other while the two boys absolutely don't. Joshua is usually the first to worry about Henri and they come up to each other when nobody else would.
Sylvain, while being really friendly and open with practically everyone, seems to be especially fond of Haruya.
Mawaru-Penguindrum: Yuri loves Momoka and tries to rape Ringo because they're so much alike.
Also shows up between Kanba and Shouma at times.
The seventh audio drama reveals that Shouma's friend Yamashita has a crush on him.
The Mega Man Star Force anime had a surprisingly large amount of Ho Yay between Geo and Omega-Xis, to the point where it became an in-joke among the group subbing it. Got particularly bad in one episode that had all the EM aliens suffer shifts to recessive personality traits (Ophiuchus became fangirlish, Wolf acted dog-like, etc.) Omega-Xis, however, immediately comments to Geo that the comet they're watching 'reminds me of your lovely eyes.'
Kanade: Arou-kun, you actually have a yukata, too?
Arou-kun: ... I borrowed it from Namiki.
Namiki-san: And I was the one who dressed him!
Examples of Arou-kun/Honma as well:
Honma: I was sooo happy at that moment! It was kinda like being with an unfriendly cat that you suddenly manage to win over!I wanted to give him a hug right then and there!
+ blushing and a background full of flowers.
And then again:
Kanade: You must have... really liked him!
Honma: Arou is... special.
There's also Kanade and Eri-chan.
Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch. Rina angsts about not being able to save Noel for, like, half of the first season. Luchia also tends to cry into her chest. She also happens to be very popular with classmates of both genders; in one episode, two girls give her love letters. Being an (informed) Bifauxnen probably helps. And don't get me started on Sheshe and Mimi, who are possibly canon...
Lanhua is disappointed that the mermaids aren't as beautiful as she was told. Doubles as Foe Yay.
Lady Bat is a crossdressing boy, but certain dubs didn't pick up on it and refer to him as a girl. This is the result.
Alala calls Luchia cute and the latter blushes and is flattered. Also Foe Yay.
Certain fans couldn't help noticing the over-the-topness of the reunion of Caren and Noel. So much that the author actually created Subaru, Caren's Love Interest, to stop fans from shipping the sisters together. Not that it worked much.
Michiko Malandro from Michiko to Hatchin has quite an intense encounter with Elis, one of the ex-girlfriends of her former boyfriend, culminating in a kiss that leaves little to the imagination.
For example, on one occasion Seiji unknowingly turns Kouta on a lot when he sucks Kouta's injured finger. It's all enough to make Midori feel very uneasy...
And in another instance when Seiji dresses as a girl to catch a pervert on the train, his buddy finds Seiji "just his type". Likewise, when Kota cross-dresses, Seiji finds him incredibly attractive, enough for Seiji to become afflicted with The Dulcinea Effect towards... himdrag. Unfortunately for poor Kouta, such feelings don't transfer over when he's dressed normally as a boy..
Mnemosyne: Cranked up from subtext to text-text in the second episode. And it goes beyond that later, up to and including a full-blown lesbian orgy, with Mimi at the center.
Ironically, the most that ever happens between Rin and Mimi onscreen is some kissing and groping.
Mobius Doumei, though it's about two best friends crushing on the same girl, has enough Ho Yay between hot-blooded Kaguya and cool Takemasa to entertain the fangirls. If the first chapter ending with the have-nothing-to-do-with-each-other-in-school guys having a super-friendly secret meeting at the park - and call each other by their first names, confusing the female lead - doesn't do it for you, then all the totally platonic physical contact will. Kaguya's heart goes doki-doki around Takemasa when he gets flustered, and Takemasa comments to himself on the obvious parallels between Matsuri (the heroine) and Kaguya. They make it perfectly clear that their feelings for Matsuri aren't going to get in the way of their shared dream, and post-confession Matsuri thinks to herself that their friendship with/feelings for her is nowhere near the strength of their own bond.
Nodame from Nodame Cantabile seems to have an interest in Saiko during their chance encounter in a karaoke bar. Truth be told, Nodame is very drunk at the time—and it's rather short-lived, since Saiko shows her disapproval by smacking her down hard.
The Camp Gay character Okuyama has a crush on male lead Chiaki. Since Nodame started to hang out with Chiaki and has a crush on him herself, Okuyama considers her as a rival and often bullies her and anyone else who tries to get close to Chiaki.
Ojamajo Doremi has a lot of these, and with little girls to boot. For one thing, there's a lot of subtext between Nobuko and Aiko, and later Nobuko and Miho as well. On the other hand, Aiko has quite a handful of subtext with Momoko, in particular in the third episode of Motto and the same season's movie.
Riku and Kogenta from Onmyou Taisenki.
That doesn't even begin to cover it, there's also Riku and Teru the former of which will go traipsing around Japan to save the latter whom often uses (even more) formal dialect when referring or speaking to Riku. Teru also attracts some of this with Mutsuki: they instantly connect with each other and spend much of the rest of the series together even locking hands before going unconscious. Ryuugi and Riku the former of which instantly takes to the latter and shows interest in making sure he keeps his body fit (through exercise and making him supper with lots of vegetables). Souma(9-10) and Riku(13) also attract some: most of Souma's initiative is for Riku's sake, they sleep in the same room, Souma is most relaxed and open around Riku (using Boku rather than Ore solely with Nazuna[his canon love intrest] and Riku) and one character-a nun who watched over Souma for an undetermined amount of time-stated that the one who 'brought back Souma's smile' was Riku. And to get back to the original and most outstanding case Kogenta once delivered this gem of a line: "I like either one of you" both "you's" in question are Riku and he got all jealous when Yuuma referred to Riku without honorifics.
Aisha is overly affectionate towards Suzuka, calling her Suzu much to the latter's displeasure. Of course she is somewhat childish, so maybe it's her immaturity that causes her to disrespect personal space.
Ron and Harry is another one-sided example, with Ron's entire motivation helping Harry get laid.
Paprika: Himuro, seems to have fetishized Osanai, since we briefly see dirty magazines in his apartment with a younger Osanai on the cover, and his dreamscape features a towering statue of Osanai as a Greek god.
If it's possible to have Ho Yay between a boy and his parasitic limb, Parasyte is it. Only Shin has ever had to deal with his right hand asking if it could see his dick in a public bathroom.
That's only because Midori would faint at the very thought.
Peacemaker Kurogane: The whole series is like the living incarnation of Ho Yay. There's hints of Okita and Hijikata, Hijikata and Tetsunosukie, Suzu and Tetsunosuke (also overlaps with Foe Yay in the sequel manga), Susumu and Tetsunosuke, Tatsunosuke and Tetsunosuke, Okita and Tetsunosuke, Heisuke and Tetsunosuke, Suzu and Yoshida, Heisuke and Shinpachi, etc.
Actually, most of much the characters are pretty strongly implied to be gay or bisexual. Off the top of my head Heisuke makes more than a few references to men and boys he finds attractive or may or may not have slept with. Saitou, while he may or may not actually be interested in men (who knows with him?), is willing enough to pretend to be for information. And Hijikata and Okita always seem just one step shy of being an Official Couple (with Hijikata's voice actor going so far as to respond to a remark about his character having given up romantic pursuits for his mission with, essentially, "Uh...no"). In fact, given that the whole thing is set in the more-or-less privileged classes of late-Edo period Japan, one could make the argument that historical context rather suggests an Everyone Is Bi situation.
In the manga, the character Ito is openly attracted to Hijikata and wants to dominate him both physically and through a very Foe Yay uprising within the Shinsengumi.
Then there's this◊ manga cover of Tetsunosuke and Suzu.
Peach Girl gives us hints of Sae/Momo what with Sae's Foe Yay-tastic obsession with messing with Momo and making her life difficult. They eventually become good friends.
Perfect Blue: In one part at the beginning of the movie, while Rumi and Mima's agent are discussing the future of Mima's career, there's a TV in the background playing a scene Mima tried out for. In the scene Mima collapses onto a bed and ruefully says "I can't do this"...while a woman wearing a red and black teddy leans over her.
Both of the above tropes apply also to D's dad and FBI agent Vesca/Weskar Howell, rubbing off on readers on an almost Generation Xerox level.
In the original manga series, D almost gets raped 3 times by men & Leon prevents two of them, one of those rape attempt included a kiss & getting to second base, Leon tries to feel-up D's identical twin sister & proclaims that she's beautiful because boobs made all the difference, D gets 5 marriage requests from men, in an extra chapter Leon admits that D looks better in "dresses" than western men's clothing, D gets really pissy if Leon is near women, Leon spies on D's date with a girl, Jill insists that Leon was jealous when D went out with Wong, Jill & other coworkers tease Leon about D, Leon blames everything on D as an excuse to see him as often as possible, Leon eventually ends up eating most meals at D's, Leon is easily flustered by D & often blushes, Leon & D go to the beach together & a picnic, Leon tried to convince D to strip down at the beach, Leon brings D sweets even when he's not trying to interrogate him, Leon abandoned his friends/home/family/work & spent 20 years chasing D, D cried when he parted from Leon for the last time, D once said to himself that he enjoyed Leon's company & didn't know if he'd be able to let him go.
Cubic also counts, with his possessiveness and obsession with Kaito.
Potemayo has Kaoru, one of Those Two Guys, being increasingly gay for the other, who doesn't notice because he's crushing on someone else (that someone else being the series' eponymous moeblob).
Considering Kaoru references Brokeback Mountain and says, "Isn't friendship between men beautiful?"...
Princess Princess is essentially a series set in an all boys school where the most feminine boys are forced to dress up as girls and accept the adoration of the rest of the school. Some don't mind, most adjust. A good majority of the Ho Yay can be found between Tooru and Yuujirou, what with the fact that they get along pretty well, spend their free time talking about their deep concerns/emotions with each other, Yuujirou playfully hinting on occasion to be in love with Tooru...Heck, early on, Tooru's cousin, who's a Stalker with a Crush, shows up to harass him. After several unsuccessful attempts to get rid of her, Yuujirou puts his arm around Tooru's shoulders, gives the stalker a very catty look, and says "Sorry, he's taken." ...He then proceeds to kiss Tooru on the lips to drive the point home. Tooru and Yuujirou's relationship beyond that is up in the air, but there are plenty of further hints. This is to the point where Yuujirou's mother once assumed that Yuujirou and Tohru were an item.
It's also insinuated that Akira is Tooru's type. Also, in the live-action drama, Mikoto and Otoya are hinted to have feelings for one another after being Locked in a Room. Helped along greatly by the fact that the mangaka moonlights as a yaoi dojin artist.
The sequel, Plus, basically runs on Ho Yay. Seriously, the whole thing is about the relationship between the two new princesses.
And the anime ending. Oh god, the anime ending. Basically a slide show of Tooru and Yuujirou doing... Funny stuff.
Princess Resurrection also titled Monster Princess has lots of Les Yay between lesbian vampire Reiri and Hime. There's also some Les Yay/Foe Yay between Reiri and Riza.
Princess Tutu has Mytho and Fakir for this trope. Thanks to Mytho being heartless, he does what anyone tells him to do — which leads to Fakir being overly protective of him. At several points he pushes Mytho against the wall and gets oddly close to him while giving him orders. He also caresses Mytho's face a few times, but never orders him to put on pants. Later on Ahiru notes that "Fakir might care about Mytho even more than I do." This is possibly Lampshaded in the second season when Mytho hugs Fakir, and a schoolgirl who's watching faints at the sight.
The outtakes found on DVDs 1 and 2 of the English dub blatantly making fun of the pairing (mainly due to Chris Patton's (Fakir's) ad-libbing).
Mytho: I wonder... what it is that I think of you, Fakir?
Fakir: You want my ass.
Duck and Rue have subtler, but still noticable subtexts between each other in the dialogue. Also, Duck shows a bit of an attraction to Freya, the flower girl in Akt 16. The victim of the week who continually painted pictures of Rue also counts!
Puella Magi Oriko Magica gives us Kirika and Oriko. The only thing that stop them from being outright lesbian is that their love isn't explicitly stated to be romantic. It's just very likely.
It's not even subtext that Oriko and Kirika are in love - Kirika outright says that she loves her. In the Noisy Citrine spinoff, she even refers to it as "romance". Various other things, like their general touchy-feeliness, their discussions on how each one is "the most important person" or "my world", Kirika's offense at the term "affection," and even the way their outfits seem to evoke a bridal gown and a groom tuxedo, are just the icing on the cake.
In Puella Magi Kazumi Magica, Kaoru and Umika seem very close; in the first chapter they leave a note telling Kazumi they're out dating. We later see them together in a coffee shop, and there aren't any boys around. The third chapter also has some moments; Kaoru doesn't seem to mind being trapped in a witch with Umika.
In Chapter 5 of Kazumi we have the sad tale of Yuuri and Airi. They are depicted as being very close, even sharing a Memento MacGuffin. Yuuri used her wish to cure Airi's illness, while Airi completely snaps when she learns Yuuri became a witch and died, to the point where she wishes to become Yuuri. Yuuri's death drives Airi's subsequent actions through the series, culminating in her becoming a heart-shaped witch.
Rave Master likes to avoid this, but there's one example where it played Ho Yay for laughs. Musica, while headed to a mermaid village, muses that it will be like a harem (complete with him imaging himself surrounded by gorgous mermaids). Celia tells him that she's actually the only female from he village. Cue Musica instead seeing himself surrounded by body builder mermen.
There's tons of Les Yay between Kate and Paula in Red Garden, which only gets stronger as the series goes on. Paula even says she loves Kate near the end, though it's unclear if this is just really strong friendship or not.
Rio -Rainbow Gate!- has Rio and Rina, two childhood friends who are awfully close to each other. As in, sleeping in the same bed naked, be all touchy at the pool side, and taking a bath together at a hot springs Rina embraces Rio while both are naked.
Rose of Versailles: When Marie first meets Oscar, she mistakes her for a man, and states she prefers Oscar over her betrothed. Rosalie is also flat-out in love with Oscar for a good portion of the series and apparently retains some feelings for her into the Distant Finale.
All of the ladies in the court think Oscar is very handsome, also.
Charlotte also seems to have feelings towards Oscar.
Kenshin and Sano from Rurouni Kenshin become the unlikeliest of friends after Kenshin kicks the crap out of him—in the manga, Kenshin even explictly says Sano is one of the few men he trusts with his life. The anime even adds an extra duel after Sano foils his old childhood friend's plot to blow things up, and Kenshin cradles Sano's unconsious body with a very tender smile on his face.
Saint Seiya, having a Cast Full of Pretty Boys for the most part, can have a lot of this if you look at their manly warrior bonding with the right slash goggles. The most infamous is probably the "House of Libra" moment between Shun and Hyoga, which is staged very much like a love-making scene. The fact that Shun is making a Heroic Sacrifice to save Hyoga's life, and Hyoga is next seen carrying an unconscious Shun in a moment of Pietà Plagiarism only adds to it.
Saiunkoku Monogatari is rife with Ho Yay, as might be expected from a series which takes place in the Cast Full of Pretty Boys that is the Saiunkoku Imperial Court. The most obvious example is Heterosexual Life-Partners Ran Shuuei and Li Kouyuu, but there are also plenty of other moments... such as the fit Kou Reishin throws when Tei Yuushun accepts promotion to Prime Minister, asking Yuushun to "choose me!", in response to which Yuushun smilingly tells Reishin that he'd prefer it if, instead, Reishin were to choose him. And then there's the remarkable amount of Ho Yay between Shou Yosei and Sa Enjun, both of whom are old men.
Sakura Gari , written by Yuu Watase, contains some explicit Yaoi and Shonen Ai. It's interesting to note that Watase tends to write Shoujo romantic dramedy series, so this manga series is a rather large departure from that. In addition to the obvious Yaoi relationships (Souma/Masataka) there's also a lot of hints that some male side characters are attracted to Souma. Plus, there's the fact that Souma is a Depraved Bisexual who is pretty much willing to sleep with anyone he can get, and while most of the people he sleeps with/gets involved with fall in love with him and pretty mucch become his stalkers after he's done with them, he's only interested in the one pereson (Masataka) who has absolutely no interest in him. As a matter of fact, it's addressed that the main reason he fell in love with Masataka was because Masataka was "different from the others." And Souma, of course, unaccustomed to not getting sex from someone he wants, proceeds to tie Masataka up and rape him repeatedly.
The first episode of Samurai Champloo apparently has Mugen dream of a naked Jin taking a bath, and ep21 has him bolt off in search of Jin after he's presumed dead, despite them just having found his firmly-established Girl of the Week in a weak state. Fuu also mistakes their conspiring as something less innocent. And then there's Yukimaru, Jin's old schoolmate from eps 16 and 17, who is WAY more obsessed with Jin's reasons for leaving him behind than with seeking vengeance for their murdered sensei. He's also pretty much the only opponent in the series that Jin tries to walk away from rather than kill outright.
Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei: There's a bit in episode 10 of Zoku, with all of the boys in the class directing it towards Nozomu.
One episode has a segment looking at chicken/egg issues and giving just-so-story explanations. For the issue of whether underwear proceeded modesty, Jun and Kino are shown as Adam and (St)eve in the Garden of Eden and "check each other out" before opting for fig leafs.
In regards to the Les Yay there's Chie-sensei and Kiri Komori on occasion.
The official art is a good provider of Ho Yay. Take this magazine picture◊ for example that features Kafuka spreading sunscreen in a almost sensual manner onto the stomach of a blushing Chiri.
The OP sequence features lots of bondage. And three shots of girls in sexual positions.
School Days features some Ho Yay at times between close friends Makoto and Taisuke. This is taken Up to Eleven in the Valentine's Day OVA which has Makoto receiving a giant heart-shaped box of chocolates from a lip stick wearing, madly blushing Taisuke complete with sparkles in the background behind him.
School Rumble: Eri and Yakumo make up after the play in the second season with a fast-paced dance that ends up with Yakumo coming out on top in a surprise reversal. The crowd goes wild.◊
Not to mention Itoko being very close with fellow teacher Youko Sasakura.
Gets lampshaded in the valentine's Day issue when Harima said they should just get married already.
Yakumo is a frequent victim of Les Yay courtesy of Akira and Sarah.
Karasuba, who aggressively pins Musubi to a wall and commands her to get stronger, with the handle of her sword poking Musubi in a very suggestive fashion. It's also implied that Yume is The Lost Lenore, in a very disturbing kind of way.
Sentou Yousei Yukikaze is actually nicknamed "Brokeback Air Force" in some fan circles because of the very obvious subtext between Rei Fukai and his commanding officer and only (human) friend, James "Jack" Bukhar. The two are as close as Rei's personality allows, and share a number of strangely tender moments. Jack is very attached to Rei, tries his best to protect him and bring him "back" to the human world, and is willing to openly go against military protocol for him. Rei obviously likes Jack and is shown relaxed and maybe even happy around him, but ultimately he's even closer to Yukikaze and chooses it in the end. Jack's CO even comments on this weird Love Triangle between two men and a fighter jet AI:
General Cooley:Are you afraid that Yukikaze is going to take him away from you again?
Lain's confession of love in the penultimate episode make her feelings fairly clear.
The anime toes the line between text and subtext with a lot of Lain and Alice's relationship, but it's hard to read Lain deleting herself from existence for Alice's peace of mind, arranging things so that she can marry her high school crush, and spending eternity watching over her from the Wired in a way other than I Want My Beloved to Be Happy.
There's also the fact that Maki acts rather Yandere towards San.
Shiki: Tohru and Natsuno have this a lot. Tohru is the only one who the usually aloof Natsuno opens up to. After Tohru dies and becomes a vampire, Natsuno is willing to risk his life to convince him to escape the village with him. When Tohru says he can't Natsuno lets him drink his blood and eventually is killed by Tohru, willingly. Also, when Tohru does drink Natsuno's blood in one scene, it looks like he's straddling him.
Erwin and Levi. Interestingly enough, it took only one line to do this. It got very popular, of course, after A Choice With No Regrets came out, which is an official spin-off basically giving us Levi and Erwin's backstory starting with when they met each other.
Jean and Armin has become a pretty popular ship.
Ymir is in love with Krista, but it isn't clear if her feelings are returned (though if later chapters are any indication, Krista cares a lot more about Ymir than for anyone else, herself included, and even states she doesn't care where she is or what sort of state the world is in, so long as she's with Ymir).
Mikasa and Sasha, mostly for that one moment where Mikasa shoved bread into Sasha's mouth.
As if Kitaki didn't have enough Foe Yay with Kagetora in Shinobi Life (there's even a scene where Kitaki has Kagetora chained to a bed!), the Ho Yay between him and Rihito is pretty much the definition of the trope.
Shinshi Doumei Cross has Ushio's canon feelings for Haine and Maguri's canon (and very obvious and unabashed) crush on Takanari. If you don't consider Maora transsexual or of two different genders at once, s/he and Maguri are yaoi guys.
Skip Beat!: Moko and Kyoko, in pretty much every scene they have together.
In the Angel/Devil arc, Kyoko had to act all lovey-dovey towards an actress she hated, but she pulled it off by pretending that the other girl was Moko.
When Kyoko discovered that Moko had acquired a boyfriend, she reacted like a jealous Love Interest: following the two of them around, debating about whether to curse the boyfriend or let them be happy together, and watching Moko feed the boyfriend french fries while wishing that Moko would do the same to her.
A couple of times, Kyoko has used her grudge-Kyokos to tie up and immobilize Moko, in a manner reminiscent of Tentacle Rope.
In Chapter 101, Kyoko actually has a Nosebleed when Moko asks her out for ice cream in an over-the-top tearful manner.
Kyoko was incredibly... devoted to Ruriko.
Rouge the Bat in Sonic X has a ton of sketchy moments that quite resemble flirting with Topaz, who typically blushes or gets angry at them.
Gateau Mocha's flirtation with Marron in Sorcerer Hunters is blatant enough in the manga, but in the dubbed version of the anime Marron is implied to flirt back a little.
There's also Marron's brotherly (?) affection for Carrot in the manga.
Milphey's shameless flirtations with Carrot and Onion.
In volume 3 of the manga, Chocolat attempts to sneak into Carrot's bed only to find herself on top of Salad Chips, an attractive older woman who looks more like a teenager. Salad only giggles and says this is "her first time with a girl".
Space Battleship Yamato (AKA Star Blazers) has the pretty, pretty villain Desslok. In the second season, he and the Comet Emperor Zordar jump into each other's arms to greet each other. Zordar also praises Desslok constantly, to the infuriation of his (Zordar's) girlfriend. Not to mention how Desslok, in New Journey, is outright stated to be sulking and constantly thinking about a "strange friendship" he feels for Wildstar. Also, Desslok spends much of the second season obsessed with Wildstar, only (temporarily) ending the obsession when he discovers Wildstar has a girlfriend.
Speed Grapher: Besides Bob being in love with Saiga, Tsujido is really attached to Suitengu. Played with more subtlety than in many anime, though.
The eponymous Kurumi from Steel Angel Kurumi 2 shows the same admiration for her master as her predecessor did for hers in the prequel—only this time her master is a girl. Yes, this also involves hopping into the bath with her and copious amounts of fawning and cuddling. Of course, the fact that the girl's female best friend also has a crush on her only raises the les yay even more.
Sukisho has official yaoi couples and additional Ho Yay abounds among the cast.
In Super Dimension Fortress Macross, Zentraedi leaders Britai and Exsedol intercept a broadcast of Max Jenius and Milia Fallyna wedding on the Macross. Britai is puzzled by the motivation behind such an act, and Exsedol explains to him the human concept of love (which is extremely alien to Zentraedi). Then Britai suddenly says, "Love? Maybe I can understand that after all," with a knowing smirk on his face. From the context it makes it seem as if he had the hots for Exsedol. More amusing than anything else, as Britai has blue skin and a metal prosthesis over half his face and Exsedol is... deformed, to put it lightly.
Susume Kitakou Housoubu: Toyama is very protective of Noto, and even asks Noto to marry him and kisses him in Chapter 8. Hinaji had a crush on Noto.
Sword of the Stranger: Fuugo seems to be attracted to Luo-Lang; this is lampshaded by another character at one point while the latter is on a mission)
"You almost look like a wife who has lost their husband."
Tactics. The characters are so gay that the authors themselves have made yaoi doujinshi of them. (Specifically, "Lovesick".) Kantarou and Haruka in particular are the most notable example, and its more apparent in the manga than in the anime but still there.
Episode 2 heavily implies that Midori is in love with Tamako, with Midori remarking that "anyone can love anyone" and wistfully contemplating Tamako in the coffee shop.
In Episode 5, Midori is initially quick to sabotage any attempt by Mochizou to confess to Tamako. Dela also basically confirms Midori's love by remarking that Mochizou and Midori are giving off the same scent.
Shiori for Tamako: Shiori watched Tamako for some time before finally becoming friends with her.
Tantei Gakuen Q: Kyu and Ryu, especially in the anime. Ryu's theme song is an extremely romantic theme song. Whenever he appears there is sparkles. When do the sparkles and music show up? Whenver Kyu is talking to him.
Episode 10. The music, sparkles, and atmosphere of Kyu staring at Ryu and then being unfocused after that, gazing at Ryu again... They find out they both have the same deductive skills, stare at each other in astonishment to some really romantic theme music, and when are confronted about them harmonizing, Kyu BLUSHES and gets all flustered. And Megumi is thinking somethings' up. Yup, Kyu's in love with Ryu.
In the beginning it starts as them being on the same wavelength, and slowly builds to the point that Ryu knew what Kyu was going to ask him before he says anything and is able to hear Kyu's voice calling for him, even though Ryu was at the top of the ship, the DD Sunrise, and Kyu was trapped in a room in the cargo hold.
The Tatami Galaxy: Ozu rubs up against the narrator when they're about to sabotage a romantic night for several couples with fireworks from across a riverbank. "But it's so cold..."
In episode 2, they kiss in a movie.
The so-called "black string of fate".
"It's my way of expressing my love!"
Tears to Tiara has the Les Yay variant, between Defrosting Ice Queen Octavia and Genki Girl Morgan. Actually more blatant in the anime than the original video game. In the anime, Octavia even gives Morgan a necklace with Octavia's name carved into it, and says that she's keeping one with Morgan's name on it. They then proceed to vow that if they die fighting, it will be by each other's side.
Tenchi Muyo! has this by the bucketload, especially between Ryoko and Ayeka. There's even a scene (albeit in an alternate-alternate universe) where the two of them come under the effects of a love spell and nearly kiss!
Texhnolyze: Ichise and Touyama have an ambiguous partnership.
then there's the Les Yay Megumi and Miki are very, very close and its pretty obvious that both are attracted to each other, much to the fanclubs worry.
When asked if they feel "that way" about each other, Megumi states clearly that, yes she does. Miki's answer is a bit more vague stating that Megumi is her "most important person on the planet"
Miki asks Megumi once if she's ever been attracted to a girl the question is poised in a way that makes it obvious she's thinking about herself. Then when some friends are taking a combatabilty test Megumi asks them if her and Miki are good as lovers, they are.
Megumi also seems to have no problem attracting other women such as Reiko, a thief, and Genzo's sister, Setsuka, and pretty much any woman who talks to her for more than two seconds, both love to hug and touch Megumi. Her classmate Chie even dicusses having sex with her.
Then there's Yoriko, Megumi's live in maid, who in one swift Les Yay-tastic move pushes Megumi down on a bed, it might have gone further but they were interupted by Megumi's father.
Quite a bit for Keiko and Megumi and a small bit for Keiko and Yoshimi.
Tenshi Ni Narumon: Raphael and Mikael. They are pretty much an official couple, even though it's never explicitly stated anywhere an eye-catch from the last episode with both of them, which replaced the former one with Noelle and Yuusuke pretty much states the obvious
They sleep together naked in the same bed while holding hands - how much more straightforward can it be?
A Certain Scientific Railgun's main Ho Yay moments are mostly restricted to Mikoto being openly molested by Schoolgirl Lesbian Kuroko. But there are subtle signs between Saten and Uiharu as well... especially in the third special episode where Saten, under the effects of an aphrodisiac intended for Mikoto, starts behaving like Kuroko... towards Uiharu! And let's not forget all the skirt-flipping and occasional feeling up either.
Then there's the crush Miho (the "Dummy Check" girl with the huge eyebrows) is implied to have on Saten, complete with exchanging letters and doing the usual Gibberish of Love/Cannot Spit It Out routine around her.
Togainu no Chi: The anime is based on a boys' love game so Ho Yay abounds, in practically every episode. In fact certain scenes in the anime are even more HoYaytastic than their R18 PC BL game counterpart, probably as compensation for not including certain other scenes.
Episode 4... just episode 4. Starts out with Keisuke x Akira, then moves right along to Rin x Akira, and then wraps it up with Shiki x Akira. There's also Arbitro stating to have an interest in Akira, a blue haired guy gets all up in Akira's personal space, and another guy comments on how pretty Akira is.
Nano carries an unconscious Akira like in a Bridal Carry in Episode 10. Akira then carries Keisuke in the same way at the end of the same episode.
Minto from Tokyo Mew Mew has a hero-worship for Zakuro that definitely verges into Les Yay at times (she even confesses her love at one point, though in context it's ambiguous what kind of love she was talking about).
At another point, Ichigo teases her for never having had a boyfriend, and Minto dreamily responds that just being with Zakuro-Oneesama is enough for her.
In the dub, this gets upgraded to text in one scene, where Zoey asks the Mew Mews what they find attractive, and Corina immediately thinks of Renee. (In the original, she thought of a male dancer; see No Bisexuals for the explanation.)
In Tona Gura, there is enough of this to occasionally border on Ship Tease between Kazuki and Chihaya. Hatsune also seems to be highly enamored of her sister's cuteness, even moreso than Ui for Yui. This may be in part because Hatsune knows how much it freaks out the staid Kazuki.
[There might be a bit of this in Toradora! from Yuusaku to Ryuuji. In Episode 9, Yuusaku enters the kitchen naked after hearing Ryuuji's voice. Sure, guys hang out together in towels, but completely naked? A bit questionable.
And then, of course, there are the numerous hints that Minori has feelings for Taiga which, by the end, are dropped in favor of hints of feelings for Ami.
Toriko has the best friends forever/partners for life between Toriko and Komatsu. Also worth mentioning is Sani, an almost Camp Gay guy who's really touchy feely towards anyone he considers beautiful, and Komatsu happens to be one of them. In fact, it seems anyone who gets to know Komatsu seems to get a crush on him (platonic or otherwise).
There's also this page from chapter 125 where four of the male cast members slow dance on a cruise ship.
The Touch anime and manga has some Ho Yay moments with Koutarou (mostly one-sided). Koutarou almost seems to be in love with Kazuya. It should be noted that Koutarou is Kazuya's catcher on the baseball team.
Let's not forget Yoshida, whose idolization of Tatsuya ends up with Tacchan telling Yoshida that he's "just not into that kind of thing". And it almost becomes Foe Yay when Yoshida becomes one of Tatsuya's rivals.
Toward the Terra has quite a bit. The first OP has what looks like a near-kiss between Jomy and Soldier Blue; Keith's self-appointed rival, Shiroe, has some ambiguous moments with him; and later episodes turn it up to eleven with Keith and Matsuka.
The Tower of Druaga: When Jil first sees Utu without his helmet on, he blushes and says he didn't think Utu would be that good looking.
The Transformers Energoncomic villain duo Snow Cat and Demolishor spent the latter part of the series being very, very close. They were almost never seen apart from each other and found excuses to hug in several scenes. In addition, the Decepticon Mirage had about as obvious a crush on Galvatron as you can find in a children's television show, mourning that Galvatron "doesn't know how much I care about him", swooning when he gained another powerup and grew to greater heights and on one very strange occasion spoke of him in loving terms after transforming in a ballerina-like pose with a glowing pink heart displayed in the background behind him. This was stressed even more in the Japanese pre-dub, in which the previously mentioned line was originally "Nobody loves Galvatron more than I do!". It doesn't help that Mirage is purple.
Trigun has Vash and Wolfwood; Legato's fanboying over Knives; in the magazine version of the TriMax manga, Legato telling Vash that he is beautiful. After beating him to a bloody pulp. And in case Legato's antics aren't sinister enough, there's also Knives's Twincesty vibes towards Vash.
In The Third: The Girl with the Blue Eye it is made rather clear that Paife has feelings for Honoka, which might even have been mutual if Iks hadn't been around, considering how Honoka enjoys Paife's presence.
In the first episode of Tsuritama when Haru sees Yuki go past in a car and decides he's the one who has to go fishing with him. It only continues from there as he also decides they must live together, which Keito easily agrees to because she wanted Yuki to have a "flower" to brighten his days.
Natsuki and Yuki also grow close over time, but the Ho Yay in their relationship culminates near the last episode where Yuki says he cares about him (and Haru) while unknowing of the fact that Natsuki's standing behind a wall eavesdropping on the conversation with a obvious blush and silly grin on his face.
Ryuunosuke Fujinami of Urusei Yatsura seems to be a lightning rod for this trope. Apart from the large group of fangirls that she amasses in Tomobiki High from her first day onwards, she also has a lot of this with Shinobu in certain episodes, and even went on a "fake date" with her once. And then she meets Benten and the Ho Yay goes off the charts...
Thanks to a lipstick that draws the lips of the people using it together, Ataru and Handsome Lech Mendou end up in a full-frontal smooch by mistake. Both are promptly disgusted — a dappya fish monster even offers the readers three panels to recover from this shock. The participants of the kiss think they require more.
Uta~Kata has Sei and Kai, whose meaningful gazes and Last Kiss may leave one wondering how anyone mistook them for brothers. Ramped Up to Eleven in the OAV, where they cook together in a newlywed way, enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner, and watch the snow before Sei breaks down and Kai embraces him from behind.
And then, of course, there's the relationship between main characters Ichika and Manatsu, which becomes ever more intense as the series progresses and, like with Sei and Kai, culminates in a very intense last kiss. There's also Satsuki and Keiko, and in the manga, Michiru's dialogue frequently involves Ichika giving her a kiss.
Vampire Doll: Vincent and Guilt-na-Zan, Kyoji and Kyoichi, Tonae and Shizuka, Hugo and Dante, Dune and Fahrenheit. Even all the side characters...
Vampire Knight's Kaname and Zero display mild Foe Yay, what with bloodsucking being a sex metaphor, and all. Meanwhile, Zero and his younger twin brother, Ichiru, have more Incest Subtext than you can shake a stick at.
In addition, Takuma Ichijo and Senri Shiki. There is one scene in the manga, at Ichijo's birthday party, where Shiki "accidently" cuts Ichijo with the knife while attempting to cut the cake. Cue Shiki, who prefers real blood over blood tablets, commenting on how they shouldn't waste it, licking Takuma's blood off his hand. With an almost lustful expression on his face. Also, their behavior towards each other in general.
On top of all this Kaname has a very one-sided bromance with Hanabusa, and if you look closely there's a guy in line to give him chocolates in the Valentines Day chapter.
Vampire Princess Miyu: In the TV series, pretty blatant between Larva and Garline, especially from the latter's side: he acts like a spurned lover, mentions Larva's "beauty", takes his hand, caresses his cheek...Also, in regards to Les Yay in the manga, the difference between how Reiha treats Ranka and Miyu is very... extreme. When Ranka is injured in the process of sheilding Miyu from her wrath, Reiha becomes very courtly and kisses her wounded hand. Ranka's reaction to this is a shudder.
It should be a blatant Trope Crime for this not to have been included, but Vassalord is practically Nanae Chrono's experiment as to how much Ho Yay could be crammed into a series without actually diving straight into the Boys Love shelf line. With sexy vampire cyborgs and other crazy hotness and plotlines.
But that doesn't mean it skirts around the Shounen-Ai when it gets around to it though, even when Charley "kisses" Rayflo everywhere but the lips...
Particularly memorable was the scene where Charley fed from Rayflo by kneeling in front of him and sucking on his... inner thigh. All with Rayflo blushing and breathing heavily.
Violinist of Hameln: Done very intentionally in the manga with Hamel and Raiel - the other characters flat out accuse them of being gay a few times. And let's not even get into Olin harassing Hamel. And then there's that scene when Clarinet is introduced, and the heavily implied crush Clari may have had towards either Lute or Horn (or both? It's never truly clarified) for most of his life.
Watanabe hangs so many damned lampshades in the manga that it's a wonder no one's mistaken it for some kind of deranged chandelier. He draws roses in the background during the yaoi parodies, for crying out loud.
Examples of Ho Yay above at no point go beyond gags, though. In Schelkunchik, on the other hand, you cannot help but suspect this, when Schel and Great fall into the same roles that Flute and Hamel played in the original series.
Vision of Escaflowne: Nariya and Eriya in VERY skimpy clothes while dueling. Then they start straddling each other and one Cat Girl almost kisses another. The context is spoilerrific.
Wild Life: Way too many to count. Ryoto constantly hits on Tesshou, and is explicitly stated to be either gay or bisexual. Ryoto hitting on Tesshou is a running gag, and henceforth, the one-sided Ho Yay moments are piled on throughout the manga.
Given the way male wolves actually establish dominance... well, enough said again.
"I wanted to take you to paradise..."
Kiba and Tsume too. Also some Les Yay between Cher and Cheza.
Yamada Taro Monogatari: Mimura always being alongside Taro, even going so far as to introduce Taro to his family and make his grandfather think that Taro is his lover. They hug a lot, too. And then there's Suguira's canonical crush on Taro...
You'd be surprised, with the amount of Ho Yay in Yami No Matsuei, to find that it's actually a Shoujo series. Tsuzuki/Hisoka, Muraki/Tsuzuki, and Muraki/Hisoka? It's all there! Tsuzuki lampshades this in the first volume, joking that he would give Hisoka a goodnight kiss, but this isn't a Boys Love manga. Also, self-admitted lesbian Rika seemed to have a thing for Chizuru, while Saya and Yuma go around groping each-other in onsens.
Let's see...there's Hisoka, Muraki (the most blatant one), Hijiri, the Count (just as blatant as Muraki), Tatsumi, Watari (a one time Stupid Sexy Flanders case), even his Shikigami... Yup, everyone's gay for Tsuzuki.
At one point, Tsuzuki tries to commit suicide again thanks to Muraki, and Hisoka hugs him and begs him to not do so.
The very human-like robots in Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou exchange data through interfaces on their tongues. Since there are hardly any male models, this can lead to very Les Yay situations, like in the scene where Kokone delivers Alpha a message from her owner. In the manga there is even one female-type robot who abuses this trait in an attempt to get closer to Kokone, by using her as a messenger. One wonders why they don't simply use data-exchange cords, like Alpha does with her camera.
Yotsuba&! has some of this between Asagi and Torako. It's never stated outright, but it's very easy to interpret them as being in a romantic relationship rather than just being friends.
Koiwai and Jumbo seem to be very close friends. A few panels even make them look like Yotsuba's dads.
In Youre Under Arrest chapter 47, Natsumi, Miyuki, Yoriko, and some others of their coworkers went out to dinner to celebrate the new year. They offered to buy a 3000¥ all-you-can-eat ramen for the person who would drink the most; this was because the others were curious about how Natsumi acts when drunk. When drunk, Natsumi complained about her lack of progress in her relationship with the chief, culminating with this:
Natsumi: Say, Miyuki, is it true that I don't have feminine charm?
Miyuki: (thinking) Now, she's starting to get depressed!
Natsumi: However, look, I have a beautiful chest, no? It's strange, it's really unjust!
Miyuki: (thinking) Uh oh, I have a bad premonition!
Natsumi: Maybe I need to try with girls...
Miyuki: Uh... wait... (thinking) What's she saying?
Natsumi: (collapses unconscious on top of Miyuki, on the bench seat)
Miyuki: (to the others) Do something, don't just watch us! (to Natsumi) No, stop, Natsumi! (thinking) I can't push her off, she's too strong.
Natsumi: (begins to snore)
Yoriko: Are you ok?
Miyuki: (stands up) Am I ok? No, not at all! You just stayed there to watch without doing anything! (shoots them with a BB gun)
The series is pretty much made of Les Yay from the beginning.
Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V continues in the proud tradition of its predecessors - surprisingly, with Les Yay! Yuzu and Masumi have a very definite Foe Yay vibe to them, and by their second Duel, Masumi is showing off a Luminescent Blush and Yuzu is sending her cards to give Masumi a Bridal Carry. At the end of the Duel, to show her... respect, Masumi hands Yuzu the card she took from Masumi to win the Duel... Crystal Rose.
Yumeiro Pâtissière: Andou likes invading Kashino's personal space and likes calling him "Maa-chan" from time to time. And Hanabusa seems to be awfully mesmerized by Henri in chapter 17...
Zettai Karen Children has Kaoru's fascination with beautiful women (preferably large-chested) which she acts upon on a regular basis. Oh yeah, Kaoru is also only ten years old.
When she grows older she habitually flirts with any pretty girl that strikes her fancy.
Both Kyosuke and Sakaki towards Minamoto.
In the spin-off there is also some between Kyousuke and newbie Andy who has certain tendencies towards his new boss. Then there is Andy's Heel-Face Turn. Also episode 11. Holy crap, episode 11. 'Nuff said.
Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh has three pilots that have chemistry in any combination. This was actually lampshaded in the OVA, when a Monster of the Week cast a spell on them that makes Kouji fall in love with Jin, and Asuka fall in love with Kouji. It doesn't last very long.
Also Belzeb and Taida.
Blake (Blade) and Luke from Zoids Fuzors. However, this seems to have been deliberarte Lampshading; neither of them has a canonical female love interest, and the pair share more then a few Ho Yay moments. Bearing in mind that one of them has Luke saying "There's something I need to show you" and then undoing his shirt.
Zombie Loan: Shiba and Chika. Tohou's obsession with Shito. Chika and Shito...Pretty much any guy with any other guy.
Also, Koyomi's "other" personality Yomi has a definite fondness for groping Michiru's breasts and attempting to molest her.