There were once two young girls who met on a playground. They shared a kiss before separating for ten years. One fell in love with the other from that day forward. The other grew up and forgot.
Nowadays, Shinobu and Momoko attend the same girls' school. They are polar opposites: Momoko enforces decency and order as part of the disciplinary committee, while the delinquent Shinobu collects lovers and failing grades alike. But Shinobu has never truly forgotten the afternoon she and Momoko shared as children. As they and their friends navigate the challenges of schoolwork and schoolgirl crushes, they begin to rediscover their feelings for each other.
Shoujo Sect is a Hentai, Yuri, Romance, Drama with plenty of girl-on-girl action and a story to back. If you’re under 18 and Yuri isn’t you thing; then look elsewhere.
It is set in an all-girls private school, with the story being about the questionable relationships between girls. Watching this short OVA is basically like watching a collection of short-stories, as each relationship offers a different story from the last. However this anime tends to spend little time developing each relationship (more time on sex) and the transitions between relationships isn’t as smooth as it should be. Although it is predominantly the 1st episode that’s affected
by these issues, as the remaining 2 episodes have more of a focus on the main relationship. It’s a shame this OVA series couldn’t have been any longer, because then it wouldn’t have felt so rushed.
This being a Yuri anime, there is one thing to expect from the characters and that is ‘lesbians’. With an all-girl cast, it is quite interesting seeing what kind of roles they play in the story but there only seem to be two that really matter (Shinobu Honda & Momoko Naitou), whilst the rest that were introduced in the beginning can be entirely forgotten.
The quality of the animation isn’t anything special but it did a great job adapting the manga; from the cute character designs to the sensual sex scenes. Though there are some inconsistencies that can be noticed, by a keen eye. The quality of the sound is somewhat difficult to judge because there isn’t much of a notable BGM or SFX used. Although during the sex scenes expect to hear a contrast of moans and classical piano compositions.
Overall Shoujo Sect certainly offers the fans of this kind of anime what they wanted, an all-girls school featuring some very intimate relationships. It’s a shame that due to its short length, a lot of story had to be left out but that doesn’t excuse the studio for changing the story around, which makes it lose the same feel as the manga. At least it came to a satisfying conclusion, even though I felt some of the sex scenes were too short.
When a hentai meets a plot, beautiful events occur...and whats more beautiful than f/f? Hentais have been accused of being many things. Well-written is never amongst them. However this presentation is like a loose cannon cop...it just breaks all the rules. Like that line? Thanks, so did I.
Shoujo Sect is by far the best written, fully fleshed out plot hentai animu I have ever seen, and yes, thats almost by default. The character development and story told over the course of a little over 60 minutes was well done by not only hentai standards, but by short 3-episode OVA standards overall.
We began the first episode
learning about an unrequited love between the two female leads. This is brought about and dangled before us the entire series in the form of a flashback from their childhood in which only one of them (lets call her the 'lover' and the other the 'lovee') remembers. They reunite years later in school so begins their journey towards rediscovering one another.
To impede said journey are two loyal mistresses, a deviant teacher, and one crooked ho. Yeah, and a partridge in a pear tree, lets not forget that. All of them contribute, in their own way, to the new developing emotions within the two female leads that ultimately determine their relationship.
So thats the synopsis. Longest you ever read for a hentai, right? Just when things are starting to look real good though, the artwork of this piece will tie you to the ground. To be fair, its by no means bad...the word I'm looking for is inconsistent. One moment a pair of breasts are flat/A-cups and then the next they're huge! Same goes for the rest of the body. The eyes, the hair, the expressions and backgrounds all were inconsistent. It messed with me a bit because some of the settings were drawn well and created the perfect atmosphere for the scene while others were dull and took away from it.
Where the artwork failed on setting, the music made up for with power left to spare. Classical music is often regarded as beautiful so why not have it as your main set list in a tale between to women? The choice of "Flight of the Bumblebee" playing during the series' one and only rape-ish scene was very fitting given the style of music. Well thought out and well played.
Overall, this is a series worth checking out, regardless of your initial attraction to it. For hentai lovers there are a couple intense scenes of f/f. For romantics, myself included, there is a brief yet powerful teacher/student relation, incestuous sisters, and the climax scene at the very end. For anime fanatics, this is a package deal and, clocking in at a little over an hour, well worth the time to explore.
Ah, and just as a final note, there is a scene in the third episode where, if you're like me, you're begging for a punch to fly.
This being the first hentai I've ever watched I though it be appropriate to actually review it. A theme present in this title is "you never forget your first" and I find it kind of fitting that this was actually my first.
Despite being a hentai title, Shoujo Sect has a special place in my heart for being both heart-meltingly adorable as well as fappable. The premise was also eerily similar of a time in elementary school where I fought off some bullies who were picking on my best friend. We didn't bathe together or have gay sex afterwards but in retrospect I probably should've
tried my luck then since if you don't ask, the answer will always be "no".
Shoujo Sect takes place in all-girls school which means that, without boys to satisfy their sexual desires, their attentions turn to each other, and as a result girl-on-girl experimentation runs rampant. This is great news and is a sign that we'll be getting a lot of yuri action in the next few episodes.
The real selling point of Shoujo Sect is the story, which is kind of strange when you look at a hentai series since you might be thinking "well who cares about a story, I came here for a fap" and you might be right. But a series that makes for a good fap doesn't necessarily mean it'll be memorable for years to come. There's a reason that I've remembered Shoujo Sect above all the other titles I've come across over the years, and yes, maybe it's because a lot of the others have long/confusing Japanese names that are hard to recall, but for the sake of simplicity we'll say it was the story.
While the story isn't a masterpiece, for what it accomplished in 3 episodes it's at least as much of a contender for an Oscar as Leonardo DiCaprio.
Shinobu Handa is outwardly proud, but deep down timid and innocent girl who gets hurt and taken advantage of despite her outward appearances. Momoko Naitou on the other hand is aloof but collected, being good at solving the problems of others but neglecting her own. Now you may tell from the character list that these two are your main characters, so they're bound to end up together. However, that is merely our tumultuous journey's destination. To get there we must first brave many sexy scenarios with the supporting cast, including but not limited to: Kirin, Maya, and even the teacher, Kyouko-sensei.
The art and animations of Shoujo Sect are weak in comparison to the story and characters, it's not the best but at the end of the day, nothing to cry home about. The actual sex is very conservative so vanilla lovers rejoice. Tie all this together with on-point voice acting and a real baller classical soundtrack and you have a show. Honestly watching Shoujo Sect was like admiring a piece of art, art that you could rub your parts to, so basically "The Birth of Venus" but catered more towards a weeb crowd.
At the end of the day, there are a few lessons to be learned here. First off you could probably get away with asking your best friend for gay sex, but only after you save them from bullies. Next, you never forget your first. And Finally, if you followed a recommendation here I'll assume you're okay with two girls going at it, otherwise if you're okay with the above, then give Shoujo Sect a try, it's pretty far removed from hentai that's being churned out right now but you might find something you're looking for in here.
This anime is probably the best yuri anime out there with actual decent plot,art and romance.It will sometimes leave you in confused because it tries to rush out things which should be done in slower pace but all in all,it is a good series
The story is rushed,for most of the series i was wondering,"why?" and only find the answers after marathoning the manga
the art is good and cute enough for a low budget anime,it is cute and gives off moe-feelings
Each sfx fit each moments perfectly and classical musics as soundtracks is just awesome
Each characters are awesome and unique as heaven