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Hi,

I live in Japan and I'm currently selling a huge part of my collection, including BL artbooks and doujinshi.

Samples:



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Please note: Some of the things I sell are not worksafe / R-18, but they're marked as such.
 
 
18 May 2014 @ 02:41 am
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Guys, I need money so badly, so I reduced the prices! If you're still not satisfied with the prices and you think they are too high, tell me and I'll thank about reducing it again for you! I really need to sell the stuff fast.
Selling lots of stuff.. Please take a look!

http://akaban.livejournal.com/135833.html
 
 
29 April 2014 @ 11:35 pm
Hello all! I am on a desperate search for volume 1 of Moegi Yuu's "Private teacher" (Katekyo!), as I for some reason missed it's English release, and now it's impossible to find anywhere. They never stocked it at my local comic book store, so now I've been searching all over the internet for a webstore that has it in stock for a price that isn't $70 at the lowest. Unfortunately, it's incredibly hard to come by, and I'm getting frustrated.
I've already acquired volumes 2 and 3, and pre-ordered vol 4, so I only need the first one, and I thought I'd check in this community to see if anyone had a spare they'd be willing to sell at a decent price, or could tip me in the direction of any stores that ship internationally and still have it.

Thanks in advance for any help ♥

I apologize if this isn't allowed, and encourage the mods to delete the post if that is so.
 
 
17 April 2014 @ 09:14 pm
Hello to all in the group.
I am selling off a private collection of production artwork from the series Mirage of Blaze.
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Yes! You are reading that correctly!
NO, your eyes are NOT deceiving you!
I have authentic used in production of the animation series genga sets from
Mirage of Blaze!!
These items are from a private collection and are for sale!
1st come, 1st serve!

For pics head over to my thread for them.. 24 sets are up so far!
* Larger pics upon request to serious buyers.
http://jelenity.livejournal.com/54794.html


Another 80+ Sketch sets to be added soon!!
 
 
24 February 2014 @ 05:51 pm
Hi,

I live in Japan and I'm currently selling a huge part of my collection, including BL artbooks and doujinshi.

Samples:



(FIND THE REST HERE)

Please note: Some of the things I sell are not worksafe / R-18, but they're marked as such.
 
 
21 February 2014 @ 08:41 am
Sensitive Pornograph Yaoi DVD 18+ used $25 free shipping in the US. This dvd is in excellent condition.

pics are at my sales post

Thank you for looking
 
 
07 February 2014 @ 10:57 am
Hope this is not too frequent in sharing my stories. One of my posts about the Japanese history of accepting homosexuality in other communities, received a passionate comment against the hypocrisy of the religious. I added there (not mentioned here in my previous post though) that the Japanese society changed its standpoint to condemn the homosexuals when it opened up to the western culture, and that might have been the influence of religion which usually strongly denies homosexuality. Today I would like to share the opposite opinion I saw somewhere else:

Two days ago, I stumbled over a comment about a dj post in one of my most beloved doujinshi sites. The dj was from Saint Oniisan fandom (!!); naturally it was pairing Jesus x Buddha. The user commented that, "It is not nice when people mix real life and fantasy." and explained that it is so "especially when it is offensive to someone else's religion".

We are living in the world of diversities. There are too many different ways of living and various tastes. Whether we are religious or not is one of our preferences. To the religious, god is absolute; to the nonreligious, god could be imaginary (fantasy). There sure are a lot of religious people in this world believing in different gods or believing in the same god in different ways. But there are equal amount of people on earth who do not agree with them. Just as the religious cannot force their ideals to the nonbelievers, the nonreligious cannot force the others to deny what they want to believe. Just as real god is to the religious, it is a matter of question to the nonreligious party.

So, since when did this god-- a certain god (s) to boot among so many choices we have-- become REAL? Or did I misinterpret the comment? Did he/she mean fiction (dj) as real life, and religious characters as fantasy?? Complaining about someone else's work that way sounded pretty forceful to me. The commenter should realize that god is as fantasy to some as real it is to him/her. Yes, it is not nice when people mix REAL life and FANTASY.

The original poster (the hard worker who had the heart to share the dj) was trying to clear things out by replying to the commenter with an apology for the possible unintentional offense. It is true that homosexuality is not well received by most religions with exceptions of some reformed ones.  But if the (god) believer is a strong follower of the religious teachings and truly against homosexuality, he/she had better stay away from any yaoi related communities. Or, better exercise more leniency in accepting creativity and freedom of artists. If he/she can enjoy other yaoi work, why not look over the ones featuring religious characters as well? I am sure nobody really meant to offend in creation of such work. ;)

I do not deny religion or god. But I understand that it affects the society in good ways as much as it influences negatively. Some people abuse religion to make personal gain while the other work hard to share the love of god. What I support is the ideal of making a better world where one can understand and accept the other as the way they are no matter how different they might be, living together in harmony.
 
 
06 February 2014 @ 01:31 am
I thought I could share a memory of mine from a long time ago:

Back in my college days, there was a boy in my department, who looked more beautiful than any girl I have seen. We were in sort of an art major (fashion design) although we did not really belong in the art department. We only had 3 boys in our class; and those 3 were the first boys admitted since the department was created. Naturally he became very famous throughout the campus.

In a single glance, you can tell he is very different from usual boys you see around. I had my suspicion, but did not pop the question. He was always surrounded by girls from our class; he never had any boys around besides our classmates (the other 2). His close (girl) friends strongly denied whenever there was a question whether he was gay or not. Now that I think about it, they must have been trying to protect him. I understand why they had to keep it quiet while it was so obvious-- from his looks to his behavior.. there was no mistake. I heard a number of people badmouthing him, and they were ALL male. When they verbally attack an innocent friend, do they really think they can make themselves look respectable and manly? Just because he was different, a lot of male students made snide and hostile remarks all the time. But guess what, they also stared hard at him whenever he passed by!! Are they not honest?

Years later, he won the third place in a design competition. I was very happy for him as a classmate. I believe that he is working hard somewhere in this world as a top designer; happy with someone he loves, who loves him back. Lately the society seems to be opening up more towards same sex relationship. But we know that there still is a long way ahead.
 
 
05 February 2014 @ 01:24 am
When I stumbled over a piece of yaoi manga that stated in the content that Japan has a long history of same sex relationship from a long time ago and homosexuality was rather openly accepted. I searched in Wikipedia and confirmed that it actually was true! I was very fascinated to find out about the interesting historical background of yaoi culture. Now I understand why there are so many yaoi stories about Samurais. If you are interested, you can take a look at it too:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homosexuality_in_Japan
 
 
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Title: Lost Haven: a master, his servant, and a disappearing island.
Author: Dusk Peterson.
Where to find me: Website, DW/IJ/LJ/list.
Series: Waterman, a historical fantasy series and retrofuture series inspired by the Chesapeake Bay oyster wars, boarding school rivalries in the 1910s, and 1960s visions of things to come. You don't need to have read the other stories in the series to understand this one.
Categories: Original slash. Age-of-sail fiction set on an island. Liege-master/liegeman and master/servant (part of a servantfic/slavefic series).
Length: Short story (5,000 words).
Note: This is a holiday gift story for my readers, written in response to a prompt by Yingtai, and is also written in response to the 50 Darkfics challenge.
Feedback: Yes, please.
Rating: PG.
Summary: Amidst a servant's nightmare, can a haven of hope be found?

Meredith has brought his beloved master to the island where he spent the happiest days of his childhood. But when danger descends upon them, they must seek refuge, and Meredith must confront the tantalizing sorrows and rewards of change.

Then he remembered (on the edge of his memory, like a smudge of land on the horizon of the Bay) the reason that he and his father had lived alone on an island where once hundreds of people had lived.

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Plus, three recently reissued stories:

The New Boy (Michael's House). Running a business seemed a simple enough matter: you learned what the patron wanted, and you forced an employee to satisfy his needs. Then along came the new boy. ¶ PG-13; gen/slash; historical fantasy; prostitutefic; chan in the subplots (but no onscreen sex); e-book.

Night Shadow (Darkling Plain). A prince who could see beyond his borders but not see the people around him. . . . An enemy who would take any measure to get what he wanted. .. . And now a stranger has brought news to the prince of an approaching danger. ¶ PG; gen; historical fantasy; lord/liegeman fic; prisoner fic; e-book.

Re-creation (The Three Lands). What can you give a slave who, by law, can own nothing? That is the question faced by Peter, the teenage heir to the throne of an empire. Despite his father's desire that the imperial heir maintain a formal distance from servants, Peter finds himself drawn in friendship to the younger boy who serves as his slave. But a shocking revelation on the eve of the New Year forces Peter to confront his own motives for keeping the slave close by. And that in turn will help him understand the deeper meaning of the gift-giving festival. ¶ PG-13; gen/slash; fantasy; slavefic; royalty/subject fic; underage characters (but no sex); e-book and online fiction.