Jun 18, 2022
Sakusei Byoutou, aka. Semen Extraction Ward is about nurses who wring a guy's nuts dry cause he has a condition where he generates too much cum. He can't masturbate since he broke his hand, and the nurse in charge absolutely hates his fucking guts because of it. That being said, this is a pretty good setup for a femdom fetish.
It's quite refreshing to see the deviation of the warm-caring nurse trope play out in this way. It's a different way approach to portraying unwilling sex without relying on the overused rape and blackmail mechanisms. Sure, it might seem strange for someone who absolutely despises you
to take the lead in sex without a significant motivator for it, but
Story is pretty straightforward and has generally same vibe as the game and manga it is derived from. The first episode covers the entirety of the Nurse Tachibana arc, the one who absolutely hates our little MC boy's guts. Though it takes a couple shortcuts that dramatically undercuts the hatred this nurse has.
If the manga version is 10/10 hatred, this hentai is only 6/10 hatred. The main difference being the unawareness of his condition in the manga, so Tachibana was forced into this with a strong, "I don't get paid enough for this," vibe. So, all the times where he's egging her on about greater stimulation, she gets even more irritated at this fact. That doesn't translate quite well to the hentai cause of the general awareness.
One good thing about this though is that it actually covers the entirety of the Tachibana arc. They could have easily spread it out to two episodes, but they managed to wrap it up neatly in a single one.
Unfortunately, as unique as this theme is, this is very clearly a low budget hentai. Soundtrack sounds like some alien shit at times and the art is muddy with all the large pastel splotches for coloring. Sex is also pretty basic until the very end where Tachibana goes full Amazon and plunges some kind of prostate sex toy into his ass. If you want to see some femdom rape-y vibes without actual rape, this is worth checking out if only for its approach to the matter.
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