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Ayano and Miyoshi, two of many.

Virgins' Empire is a Grand Jump Magazine online manga by Kishi Torajirou, of Maka-Maka fame.

The story follows a group of high school girls as they experience the ups and downs of relationships with each other. Switching between many protagonists we get a small peek into the lives of these girls and into their everyday experiences, that happens to have a lot of nudity and skinship.

Updated bi-weekly on Tuesdays.



  • A-Cup Angst: Ai has a very low opinion of her modest bust.
  • Ambiguously Gay: A few of the girls don't think of themselves as gay despite openly lusting for each other. Ai and Chie are the main ones who tend to be viewed as a couple.
  • Art Evolution: The art style has changed dramatically over the years, especially compared to the first few volumes.
  • Beautiful All Along: The Girls in the Manga club are all shown to be drop dead gorgeous when they want to be.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: A Lot between the various pairs of girls. Ayano and Miyoshi as well as Ai and Chie are the most blatant and reoccurring examples but it applies to almost everyone.
  • The Big Damn Kiss: Ai and Chie's First Kiss in Chapter 115 is suitably dramatic - it takes place atop a Ferris wheel, gets a two-page spread, and leaves them both so weak at the knees that they have difficulty getting out of their cabin afterwards.
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  • Camera Fiend: Michiru is never seen without a camera or her model Airi.
  • The Casanova: Kaoru Yamada, a elegant 3rd year student who has a habit of getting together with girls and breaking up after she has had her fun.
  • Cast Full of Gay: Almost all of the main characters tend to be more interested in their own gender than the opposite.
  • Cast Herd: Most girls all hang out and are presented in pairs, though there are a few exceptions. Ayano, Miyoshi, Chie, and Ai often hang out together. The debate club is almost always together.
  • The Chikan: Ayano encounters one on the train ride to school, and unlike most things in the manga that deal with sex, this is not played for titillation. While we don't see the attack, we do see the usually cool Ayano hesitant to leave school and when Miyoshi demands to know whats wrong, Ayano breaks down crying saying how scared she was.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl:
    • Ai is often miffed when other girls touch Chie's boobs or when anyone hits on Chie.
    • Yuu is often incredibly jealous of anyone hanging out with Mari, or Mari just glancing at passing boys. After she starts to warm up to the MahiMahi pair she also becomes this toward them as well, but to a lesser extent.
    • Airi broke down crying at just the thought of Michiru getting a boyfriend.
    • Mio, to the point she said she would like to "abduct Shizuka and hide her away".
    • Haruka eventually becomes this towards Kanae, though she does at least apologize for it.
  • Covert Pervert:
    • Onoda, the student council president.
    • Nao, a perfect honors student.
    • Mio, a cute and shy first year student who is in the Literature Club.
  • Foreign Exchange Student: Elisha Summerset is an exchange student from America.
  • Gay Bravado: The students' interactions are absolutely dripping with this, which can make things a little awkward for the actual lesbians in the cast.
  • Genki Girl: Miyoshi is always running around playing pranks on others.
  • Gratuitous English: Ayano often peppers her speech with English and it's later revealed she can speak and understand it well enough to have a conversation with a native speaker.
  • Gratuitous German: Bou-chan tries to annoy Kaoru by giving her a morning greeting in German, unfortunately for Bou-chan, thanks to having a German friend Kaoru can actually speak and understand the language much better then Bou-chan.
  • Important Haircut: Chie gets one in Chapter 119, the day after she and Ai officially start going out. Ayano and Miyoshi immediately guess that something big happened between the two of them.
  • Lady Killer In Love: A lesbian version with Kaoru, who falls in love with Bou-chan (who wants nothing to do with her).
  • Love Confession: Ayano confesses her love to Miyoshi while the latter is asleep during a video call in Chapter 195.
  • Love Letter: Haruka gives Kanae one in Chapter 185.
  • Moment Killer: The only thing that stops the manga from being about a bunch of girls having sex with each other, something always happens to keep intimate moments from progressing past rubbing and kissing.
    • Lampshaded in Chapter 37 where Ai and Chie discuss this trope as they are close to kissing.
  • Official Couple:
    • Ai and Chie develop into this after an odd fixation on each others boobs.
    • Yuu and Mari, the BDSM couple.
    • After a rocky and dramatic Love Triangle with Kaoru, Mio asks Shizuka out and they become a proper couple.
  • One-Gender School: Takes place in one, which is sometimes used as the excuse for the high amount of nudity and skinship.
  • Porn with Plot: Lots of nudity and lesbian action set to a Slice of Life format. Though as the manga progresses the amount of nudity decreases as the amount of romance increases.
  • Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: Most of the story centers around earthier-than-average examples of these, girls practicing pseudo-romantic relationships with each other with heaping helpings of Gay Bravado... and then there's the actual Schoolgirl Lesbians who are very seriously interested in each other. The lines can get blurry, to say the least.
  • Rotating Protagonist: Each chapter focuses on several different pairs of girls, and sometimes a single girl will be thrown in.
  • Screw Yourself: Mahiro and Mahiru are so alike one would be forgiven for thinking them twins, but in reality they are unrelated and they are obsessed with each other. They are often referred to as the MahiMahi pair.
  • Sempai/Kohai: Asami Shizuka and Ichinose Mio are 3rd year and first year students who are currently dating.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: Airi enjoys being looked at so she frequently poses for photos half naked and went to the school sports festival in bloomers when everyone else was in shorts.
  • Shipper on Deck: Ayano and Miyoshi ship Chie and Ai.
  • Ship Tease: Most of the girls are paired off and there is more than a little ship tease between the pairs.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: Honoka the shy and unkempt member of the Manga Research club is the younger sister of Kaoru, the outgoing cool beauty of the school.
  • Skinship Grope: How Chie and Ai's relationship began, they both wanted to touch the others chest. Ayano and Miyoshi take this trope and run with it, stopping just short of sex.
  • Slice of Life: Every chapter takes a small peek at several girls everyday life.
  • Stylistic Suck: Midori's doujins are typically this, having mediocre art and nonsensical storylines. Only Hibiki ever criticizes her; the rest of the manga club try not to point it out.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: Ai in chapter 46:
    Ai: In America women can marry each other. Not like that has anything to do with me.
  • Tears of Remorse:
    • Ayano goes with Miyoshi to get the latters cavity fixed, at first she finds it funny and teases Miyoshi, but as she watches Miyoshi get worked on it quickly becomes less funny. Afterwards Miyoshi asks Ayano why her eyes are so red.
    • Shizuka breaks down after Mio caught her kissing Kaoru.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Ai and Chie have this dynamic, with Ai being the tomboy and Chie being the girly girl.
    • Mari and Yuu are also, with Mari as the tomboy and Yuu as the girly girl.
  • Tsundere: Yuu is this towards Mari.
    • Honoka is also this towards Elisha, though to a lesser extent compared to Yuu.
  • Unrequited Love:
    • It is slowly shown that Ayano has fallen in love with Miyoshi, but Miyoshi (for the most part) doesn't really notice.
    • Shizuka is deeply in love with Kaoru, but the other girl doesn't really care, even after Shizuka makes the effort to finally give up on her and be faithful to Mio, she is still shown to be very jealous that Bou-chan has Kaoru so enamored with her.
  • Yaoi Fan Girl: The entire manga club is this. Special note goes to Honoka, who frequently draws doujins of historical figures, even changing genders to make it Yaoi, and Onibi, who frequently fantasizes about Anthropomorphic Personification Yaoi of various household objects.
    • Elisha is also one to a lesser extent, collaborating with Honoka to make historical Yaoi doujins. Though she seems more interested in Honoka herself.
  • Yaoi Guys: Edward and Ian, Elisha's host family, are a gay couple.
  • Yuri Genre: From the creator of Maka-Maka, it's a story about high school girls who are more than a little intimate with each other.


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