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* Per TheWikiRule, there is a [[https://yuripedia.fandom.com/wiki/Yuri_Wiki Yuri wiki]] edicated to tracking lesbian anime characters on fandom.

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* Per TheWikiRule, there is a [[https://yuripedia.fandom.com/wiki/Yuri_Wiki Yuri wiki]] edicated dedicated to tracking lesbian anime characters on fandom.

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* Per TheWikiRule, there is a [[https://yuripedia.fandom.com/wiki/Yuri_Wiki Yuri wiki]] edicated to tracking lesbian anime characters on fandom.


* ''LightNovel/TheExecutionerAndHerWayOfLife'' a deconstruction of the Isekai genre. When beings are summoned from the world known as 'Japan', they are seen as potential threats to the world rather than saviors. The executioner known as Menou is tasked with executing the otherworlder Akari, but she is unable to due to Akari's power. This forces Menou to go on a journey with Akari which results in feelings between the two to develop overtime.

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* ''LightNovel/TheExecutionerAndHerWayOfLife'' is a deconstruction of the Isekai [[TrappedInAnotherWorld Isekai]] genre. When beings are summoned from the world known as 'Japan', they are seen as potential threats to the world rather than saviors. The executioner known as Menou is tasked with executing the otherworlder Akari, but she is unable to due to Akari's power. This forces Menou to go on a journey with Akari which results in feelings between the two to develop overtime.
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* ''LightNovel/TheExecutionerAndHerWayOfLife'' a deconstruction of the Isekai genre. When beings are summoned from the world known as 'Japan', they are seen as potential threats to the world rather than savoriors.

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* ''LightNovel/TheExecutionerAndHerWayOfLife'' a deconstruction of the Isekai genre. When beings are summoned from the world known as 'Japan', they are seen as potential threats to the world rather than savoriors.
saviors. The executioner known as Menou is tasked with executing the otherworlder Akari, but she is unable to due to Akari's power. This forces Menou to go on a journey with Akari which results in feelings between the two to develop overtime.

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* ''LightNovel/TheExecutionerAndHerWayOfLife'' a deconstruction of the Isekai genre. When beings are summoned from the world known as 'Japan', they are seen as potential threats to the world rather than savoriors.

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*''Manga/HeroSanAndFormerGeneralSan'': The evil general Honey Trap falls in love with her enemy [[HenshinHero Rapid Rabbit]] and ultimately ends up switching sides to fight alongside Rabbit against her former comrades.


* ''Manga/IsMyHobbyWeird?'' is a SliceOfLife mini-series about Maiko Fujiyama, who spends her morning commute [[CovertPervert staring up other girls' skirts]] to admire their buttocks. Which is how she meets Risa Tsuzuki, her ideal match[[note]]Maiko has a fetish for girls with firm, plump buttocks and she notes that the shape and muscle tone of Risa's is exactly the kind that turns her on[[/note]]. The story follows their sexual escapades and their blossoming relationship, using a mixture of comedy and light drama.

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* ''Manga/IsMyHobbyWeird?'' ''Manga/IsMyHobbyWeird'' is a SliceOfLife mini-series about Maiko Fujiyama, who spends her morning commute [[CovertPervert staring up other girls' skirts]] to admire their buttocks. Which is how she meets Risa Tsuzuki, her ideal match[[note]]Maiko has a fetish for girls with firm, plump buttocks and she notes that the shape and muscle tone of Risa's is exactly the kind that turns her on[[/note]]. The story follows their sexual escapades and their blossoming relationship, using a mixture of comedy and light drama.


* ''Manga/BreastsAreMyFavoriteThingsInTheWorld'': Archery club member Ichihara Chiaki is a huge breasts fetishist who is obsessed with the well-endowed Harumi Hana.


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* ''Manga/BreastsAreMyFavoriteThingsInTheWorld'': Archery club member Ichihara Chiaki is a huge breasts fetishist who is obsessed with the well-endowed Harumi Hana.


* ''Manga/BreastsAreMyFavoriteThingsInTheWorld'': Archery club member Ichihara Chiaki is a huge breasts fetishist who is obsessed with the well-endowed Harumi Hana.



* ''Manga/SekaiDeIchibanOppaiGaSuki'': Archery club member Ichihara Chiaki is a huge breasts fetishist who is obsessed with the well-endowed Harumi Hana.


* ''Manga/{{Yamanko}}'' is about a {{Tsundere}} cat girl and a androgynous girl with self-esteem issues, don't worry it's a comedy.

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* ''Manga/{{Yamanko}}'' is about a {{Tsundere}} cat girl and a an androgynous girl with self-esteem issues, don't worry it's a comedy.


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* ''Manga/YurikasCampusLife'': The TitleCharacter finds herself stuck in a whirlwind of lesbian romance and sex at her college campus. Why "stuck" is because while almost every female is really into Girls Love, Yurika herself is ''[[IncompatibleOrientation straight]]'' and desperately wants a boyfriend. But unfortunately for her, Yurika's economic situation and bizarre condition of [[OnlyHasSameSexAdmirers attracting only the same sex]] while simultaneously turning off guys make this dream impossible.


Yuri is a genre distinguished by many tropes, stereotypes, and specific plotlines or interactions. The term "yuri" is so strongly associated with those tropes and stereotypes that some Japanese {{yuri fan}}s use a different term, like "bian" (short for lesbian)[[note]]"lesbian" and it's abbreviated version "les" are often used and seen as pejorative in Japanese culture[[/note]], "Onna x Onna" ("women x women"), or "Onna-doushi" ("women together") for works which are actually by/for lesbian women. Yuri is commonly an idealized and unrealistic portrayal of sapphic relationships, like most romance, and is not representative of actual sapphic people, culture, community, and experiences. This is, in part, due to the genre's high SugarWiki/{{Fluff}} content.

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Yuri is a genre distinguished by many tropes, stereotypes, and specific plotlines or interactions. The term "yuri" is so strongly associated with those tropes and stereotypes that some Japanese {{yuri fan}}s use a different term, like "bian" (short for lesbian)[[note]]"lesbian" and it's abbreviated version "les" are often used and seen as pejorative in Japanese culture[[/note]], "Onna x Onna" ("women ("woman and woman" (the x women"), is usually pronounced as "to", "and" in Japanese)), or "Onna-doushi" ("women together") for works which are actually by/for lesbian women. Yuri is commonly an idealized and unrealistic portrayal of sapphic relationships, like most romance, and is not representative of actual sapphic people, culture, community, and experiences. This is, in part, due to the genre's high SugarWiki/{{Fluff}} content.


* Comic book ''ComicBook/GoldieVance'' about a female would-be sleuth who's also in a relationship with another girl.


* Comic book ''Goldie Vance'' about a female would-be sleuth who's also in a relationship with another girl.

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* Comic book ''Goldie Vance'' ''ComicBook/GoldieVance'' about a female would-be sleuth who's also in a relationship with another girl.


[[caption-width-right:350:Since homosexual men are called "[[HaveAGayOldTime gay]]," homosexual girls should be called "ecstatic".]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Since homosexual men are called "[[HaveAGayOldTime gay]]," homosexual girls should be called called... "ecstatic".]]

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* ''Tsubame Tip-Off!'' is a good example of a TomboyAndGirlyGirl romance brewing: the protagonist, Tsubame, is an insecure HugeSchoolgirl with low self-esteem and a penchant for messing things up by accident. However, one day she stumbles upon Ibis, a short DarkSkinnedBlonde who's the star basketball player of Tsubame's school. LoveAtFirstSight (a onesided one... for now) occurs, and Tsubame accidentally accepts Ibis' offer to join the basketball club. From there on, Tsubame and Ibis form an inseparable couple (even if not yet an [[OfficialCouple official]] one). Also has tropes of GamingAndSportsAnimeAndManga and is a case of ShownTheirWork: the author is a fan of the NBA and frequent comparisons to successful players are made. Newcomers to the sport need not be worried as explanations for just about every complex play are given out very generously.

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