Aug 24, 2016
It’s appalling to find such massive amounts of female degradation in all sorts of porn today, however Hitou Megure Kakure Yu: Mao-hen (M-h for short) is unique, which makes it being misunderstood by the regular porn audiences, people so depraved that they think it’s exciting watching men urinating at women to say the very least.
The synopsis will make you think M-h is just one more mediocre hentai/anime show of a poor beautiful women obsessed with a pathetic-worthless guy whose main quality is being nice, but in fact degrades her, like Rito to Lala in to-love-ru, one case in a legion. But I
felt M-h like a compensation for all the legions of these repulsive shows. The audience surely resented it. Despite M-h’s two episodes hardly lasting half an hour they still managed to portray human sexual and emotional nature and desire to realistic and detailed levels that maybe no other show has ever display before.
As in most porn, M-h surely displays a guy [Kenzou] performing unrealistic strong sex and freely displaying his evil nature. But he did bother to work on Mao [his target] by applying on her a lot of foreplay and raising her sexual desire by steps, leading her to reach a striking final climax scene full of emotion and facial expressions that in my honest opinion beat all common and revered art such as Mona Lisa, along with a musical background that conveyed her sadness. The sexual scenes in M-h truly became beautiful and exiting in implicit ways, such as the last scene when the door is unlocked. No wonder this show has gotten a poor 6.40 ranking, and there’s more.
The issue is that women in general do like this sort of bold and evil men when it comes to sex. Plenty of us, regular guys have complained at one point or another that what women really love is jerks, while women have normally insisted they only want nice guys. Scientists are finding out that both sides are right, women like both, and it’s only stupid Western logic that makes it hard to face it. But it makes sense.
It’s bold men like Kenzou the ones who can inspire sexual desire, which may just be a physical thing. Just look here at Mao bothering to ask him his name at the very end of the show. Inspiring female desire takes more, M-h is one of the few approaches at portraying such situations and could only do so much.
Now, nice men like Mikio in here may struggle to inspire sexual desire but other than that they are convenient partners that do attract women in this sense. Here, Mikio is a middle class college student, a good marriage prospect for most women, especially very conservative ones like Mao who may well prefer to stay at home than working.
Mao lashes out at Mikio too often and gets offended even if she has no right, while she lets Kenzou do and say everything to her. You may deride Mao as a hypocrite faking righteousness. This behavior does happen in real life quite often. I think these women use repressive sexual conventions to justify being rude, but they may be rude due to their sexuality being repressed and denied and if they are to come across as respectable people the better.
Yes, Mao uses her rudeness to try to impress Mikio and make him think she would be a loyal wife because she hates sex, which is a respectful stance for conservative people, which in turn makes conservatives hateful themselves and deserving of being treated rudely, like Mikio gets treated. These is a pattern very typical in anime, but never displayed like in M-h to the point of turning tables upside down. Women also create these environments and it just feel right and comic all the times Kenzou in turn called Mao a perverted. At times she defended herself pointlessly, at times used Kenzou’s own words such as saying sex is a normal thing, which makes M-h a show with a lesson.
Reviewer’s Rating: 10
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