Jun 19, 2018
When it comes to hentai, Ecchies is a weird but kinda good surprise that screams 90s: they don't make hentai like this anymore.
Since MAL lacks a proper description for this hentai, I feel like I'm obligated to give just a bit of background: a young girl, crushing on a boy and starting to become curious about sex, asks her parents if she can watch them have sex one night. Rather than getting her ass in therapy, they let her do so, which completely awakens her hormones to the concept of sex, to the point where her previously wholesome fantasies about her crush are now dominated
by sex. She now wants nothing more than for this boy to not only notice her but to have sex with her as well.
However, once she finally gets her wish, will her crush - and the sex - be all she's fantasized about them being in her head?
The thing that really makes this OVA unique is that, except for the sex, everything about it screams "shoujo romance/dramedy." The cover art is wholesome enough that if they ever released it in the US the "ABSOLUTELY NOT FOR CHILDREN" label would have to be massive to keep clueless parents from buying it for little girls. There are some comedic bits accompanying the sexual part of the story that I enjoyed.
Oh, yeah, there's a bit of drama here too. I'm not going to spoil anything, but if you're just looking to get off, you might not want to watch the second episode.
The sex scenes are all pretty vanilla; however, they're uncensored. I don't know how, considering the OVAs were never released outside of Japan, but hey, I'm not complaining. It's kind of nice to see penises and vaginas without the modern-day nasty X-ray shots.
The only thing that seriously bothers me about this OVA is the parents. Not only do they let their daughter watch them have sex after she asks, she asks them to watch her masturbate while thinking about her crush. THEY OBLIGE. And the dad looks oddly feminine/is probably banging dudes behind the mom's back. I guess some people might be into this aspect of the OVA, but it's not for me.
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