We’re Here And We’re Queer! Anime That Tend To The LGBTQ Community

Hello my pandas!

I am back from my little out of town trip. I went down to see my family and my best friend over the weekend. I am now currently sick though. Merp. I have a bit of a head cold (stuffy nose and coughing). I guess my body didn’t want me to have too much fun this weekend, even though I did!

But now I am home. I’m trying to take it easy before having to go into work.

So, since it is pride month I thought I would bring you guys my favorite “gay” anime’s! Being someone who is bisexual and registers within the LGBTQ community I tend to seek out anime that is either yaoi/yuri. I have noticed strictly “gay” anime isn’t as huge as heterosexual “straight” anime, which is pretty normal. It seems the “gay” trend is picking up significantly though, mostly due to how popular Yuri!!! On Ice was during fall anime season. Thank you fujoshi fandom XD

I am really looking forward to Citrus being adapted into an anime and Netsuzou Trap -NTR- (even though it is only going to be a TV short). My inner gay goddess is screaming for more yaoi/yuri anime! I think the anime community needs to step up its game and give us some more shows catering to the LGBTQ community. Don’t get me wrong…I am all for straight romance, but sometimes you need to mix things up a bit.

Alas my pandas!

We do have some amazing “gay” anime shows out there in the anime universe currently though. I am here to bring you my favorites! I mean…you wouldn’t be reading this post otherwise. Maybe I should quit babbling and get to the point already. Without further ado, here are some of my cherished “gay”/anime that tend to LGBTQ community and their story summaries!

1. Super Lovers (2 Seasons)

Super lovers 2

Anime synopsis:

“Upon hearing news that his mother was on verge of death, Haru Kaidou—the eldest son of the family—flies all the way to Canada. The moment he arrives, he learns that not only did his mother fool him, but he is also supposed to take care of his adoptive brother, Ren Kaidou, an antisocial kid who feels more comfortable around dogs than people.

Due to his new brother’s distrustful nature, Haru initially has a hard time reaching out to Ren but their relationship eventually grows. He makes a promise to Ren: they will live together in Japan after Haru graduates from high school. However, due to an unfortunate accident, Haru loses all memories of the summer they spent together, including the promise he made. Five years later, expecting Haru to keep his promise, Ren arrives in Tokyo; but to Haru, Ren is just a random boy claiming to be his brother.”

2. Junjou Romantica (3 Seasons)

Junjou Romantica

Anime synopsis:

“Misaki Takahashi is a regular high school student who is preparing for his university entrance exams. In order to reduce the stress of studying, or so he hopes, he accepts the help of his older brother’s best friend, and famous author, Akihiko Usami. However, Masaki is about to find out that Usami’s books are of a very naughty genre, and that there may be something naughty waking up inside Masaki as well.

Junjou Romantica also follows the story of two other couples loosely connected to Masaki and Usami’s “Romantica.”

Egoist shows the very passionate, but often complicated, relationship between university professor Hiroki Kamijou (whose life has reached an all time low) and paediatrician Nowaki Kusama, who falls for Hiroki at first sight and would do anything to make him happy.

The third story, “Terrorist,” shows just how obsessive love can become when rich eighteen-year-old Shinobu Takatsuki finally discovers something that he cannot have so easily—the literature professor You Miyagi.

There is passion abound as these three couples try to achieve their goals in life while also falling into temptation and anguish with their partners.”

3. Princess Jellyfish

Kuranosuke Koibuchi.png

Anime synopsis:

“Ever since her late mother took her to an aquarium when she was young, Tsukimi Kurashita has been obsessed with jellyfish, comparing their flowing tentacles to a princess’s white dress. Now living with five other unemployed otaku women, 19-year-old Tsukimi spends her days as a social outcast dreaming of becoming an illustrator.

However, her life changes forever when one day, a beautiful woman unexpectedly helps her save a jellyfish in a local pet store. From then on, the stranger—confident, fashionable, and the complete opposite of Tsukimi and her roommates—begins to regularly visit the girls’ building. This trendy hipster, though appearing shallow at first, harbors some secrets of her own, starting with the fact that “she” isn’t really a girl at all, but a wealthy male college student named Kuranosuke Koibuchi!”

4. No. 6

Anime synopsis:

“Many years ago, after the end of a bloody world war, mankind took shelter in six city-states that were peaceful and perfect… at least on the surface. However, Shion—an elite resident of the city-state No. 6—gained a new perspective on the world he lives in, thanks to a chance encounter with a mysterious boy, Nezumi. Nezumi turned out to be just one of many who lived in the desolate wasteland beyond the walls of the supposed utopia. But despite knowing that the other boy was a fugitive, Shion decided to take him in for the night and protect him, which resulted in drastic consequences: because of his actions, Shion and his mother lost their status as elites and were relocated elsewhere, and the darker side of the city began to make itself known.

Now, a long time after their life-altering first meeting, Shion and Nezumi are finally brought together once again—the former elite and the boy on the run are about to embark on an adventure that will, in time, reveal the shattering secrets of No. 6.”

5. Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi (2 Seasons)

Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi

Anime synopsis:

“After having to deal with jealousy from his co-workers for working under his father’s name, prideful literary editor Ritsu Onodera is determined to establish himself in the industry. To accomplish this, he quits his job at his father’s publishing company and transfers to Marukawa Publishing. But instead of being placed in their literary division, Ritsu finds himself working as the rookie manga editor for the Emerald editing department, a team that operates under extremely tight schedules in order to meet deadlines. There, Ritsu is introduced to the infamous editor-in-chief Masamune Takano, a persistent man who strives for results.

As it turns out, Takano is actually Ritsu’s high school love, and it is the aftermath of that heartbreak has caused Ritsu’s reluctance to fall in love again. Now with the two reunited after several years of separation, the reestablishment of their relationship is marked by Takano’s vow to make Ritsu say that he loves him again.”

6. Watashi ga Motete Dousunda (Kiss Him, Not Me!)


Anime synopsis:

“Kae Serinuma is a second year high schooler and an avid fujoshi who secretly ships her classmates, Igarashi-kun and Nanashima-kun. The death of her favorite anime character causes her to become stressed—and loses weight rapidly. Now that Serinuma has become an attractive girl to her classmates, her snarky kouhai Shinomiya-kun, and her senpai Mutsumi, how is she going to deal with them …with her constant BL-filled, fujoshi mind?!”

7. Kuzu no Honkai (Scum’s Wish)

Kuzu no H

Anime synopsis:

“To the outside world, Hanabi Yasuraoka and Mugi Awaya are the perfect couple. But in reality, they just share the same secret pain: they are both in love with other people they cannot be with.

Hanabi has loved her childhood friend and neighbor Narumi Kanai for as long as she can remember, so she is elated to discover that he is her new homeroom teacher. However, Narumi is soon noticed by the music teacher, Akane Minagawa, and a relationship begins to blossom between them, much to Hanabi’s dismay.

Mugi was tutored by Akane in middle school, and has been in love with her since then. Through a chance meeting in the hallway, he encounters Hanabi. As these two lonely souls spend more time together, they decide to use each other as a substitute for the one they truly love, sharing physical intimacy with one another in order to stave off their loneliness.” 

8. Yuri!!! On Ice

Anime synopsis:

“Reeling from his crushing defeat at the Grand Prix Finale, Yuuri Katsuki, once Japan’s most promising figure skater, returns to his family home to assess his options for the future. At age 23, Yuuri’s window for success in skating is closing rapidly, and his love of pork cutlets and aptitude for gaining weight are not helping either.

However, Yuuri finds himself in the spotlight when a video of him performing a routine previously executed by five-time world champion, Victor Nikiforov, suddenly goes viral. In fact, Victor himself abruptly appears at Yuuri’s house and offers to be his mentor. As one of his biggest fans, Yuuri eagerly accepts, kicking off his journey to make it back onto the world stage. But the competition is fierce, as the rising star from Russia, Yuri Plisetsky, is relentlessly determined to defeat Yuuri and win back Victor’s tutelage.”

9. Strawberry Panic!

Strawberry panice

Anime synopsis:

“Aoi Nagisa transfers to one of the three affiliated all-girl Catholic schools on Astraea Hill, St. Miator’s Girls’ Academy. There, she discovers a community of fellow students entwined in an intricate hierarchy, in which two Etoiles represent the three schools. In order to fit in, Nagisa must go to class, join clubs, and make new friends. Meanwhile, Shizuma Hanazono, the sole Etoile of Astraea Hill, finds herself drawn to this new, exciting transfer student. As Shizuma and Nagisa get to know each other, Shizuma finally decides it is time to face her troubled past.”

10. Love Stage!!

Love stage

Anime synopsis:

“Izumi Sena was born into a glamorous household—his brother and parents are famous celebrities. However, unlike his prestigious kin, Izumi has never liked being in the spotlight. His one true desire in life is to become a manga artist. Unfortunately, it seems that fate has already chosen Izumi’s path in life. He is not only pulled into the show business, but he is also forced to pretend to be a girl!

Everything gets even more complicated when he is paired with the handsome rising star, Ryouma Ichijou, on the set of a commercial taping. Ryouma is completely besotted with the feminine side of Izumi, completely unaware that he is actually falling in love with a boy. Is Izumi going to tell him the truth? If so, will Ryouma be able to accept Izumi’s and his own feelings?”

Have you seen any of these anime? If so which are your favorites? If you haven’t which ones will you be adding to your watch list? Let me know in the comments section down below! 🙂

Disclaimer: All imagery and photos come from searching for them on the internet. I have no claim or right to them. If I find any links I will always post them (this usually entails fan art or any other work affiliated with an artist).

3 thoughts on “We’re Here And We’re Queer! Anime That Tend To The LGBTQ Community

  1. nice list! it’s been awhile since i last watched romantica and sekaiichi hatsukoi but they’re like my oldies, i love them xD and no. 6!! I LOVE THAT SHOW. i also really need to check out princess jellyfish. it looks really nice and i haven’t heard anything bad about it 🙂

    personally not a big fan of kiss him not me. i was really excited about it when it came out but it just turned me off so quick (smh). love stage was also one that i didn’t continue. it was easier to read the manga but the anime was just too much for me (visuals and personality Orz) but i did hear it got better so maybe one day i might get back to it :”)

    i’ve never heard of scum’s wish on a BL/Yuri type list before! :000 now i’m curious about it! is that what the actual show looks like or is that fanart?

    i think you pretty much got the must watch BL/yuri stuff. i don’t actually watch much because there just isn’t a lot out there :/ did you see that there’s like a tv short called Roommates? i don’t really know what to expect from it but there’s going to be 3 guys living together so even if it’s not BL i’m sure it’ll please the BL lovers 😉

    i got the manga for citrus and still need to read it but i did see it was getting an adaptation! i know only a few BL anime titles and even FEWER (if any) yuri ones so i’m glad there’s some of that content coming up in the anime world 🙂

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    1. The Kuzu no Honkai picture is a fan art! But there are some anime out there that use that watercolor style. I thought Kiss Him, Not Me! was just a fun quick watch anime. It was good to watch once. I guess Room Mates is a spin-off of One Room where you are supposed to interact with the characters. Kinda like those interactive RPG games that you can play on your phone. Never was really into those type of shows. Let me know how the manga for Citrus is! Everyone says it’s super good. And yes! I am excited we are getting some more yaoi/yuri type of anime. It makes my heart melt.

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