Fukakai na Boku no Subete wo
Love me for What I am.
Edit
What would you like to edit?
 

Fukakai na Boku no Subete wo

Alternative Titles

English: Love me for What I am.
Synonyms: FukaBoku
Japanese: 不可解なぼくのすべてを

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Jun 1, 2018 to ?
Genres: ComedyComedy, DramaDrama, RomanceRomance, Gender BenderGender Bender
Authors: Konayama, Kata (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic MeDu

Statistics

Score: 7.791 (scored by 928928 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #11952
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #3224
Members: 3,781
Favorites: 144
7.79
Ranked #1195Popularity #3224Members 3,781
Add to List
Volumes: /?
Chapters: /?
buy from amazon
* Your list is public by default.

Synopsis

High school student Tetsu Iwaoka notices that his classmate Mogumu is always alone at school. Wanting to give Mogumo a chance to make some friends, Tetsu invites Mogumo to work at his family's maid cafe. Although Mogumo is initially enthusiastic, there is just one problem: this is a girlyboy cafe, but Mogumo is adamant about being neither a boy nor a girl.

(Source: Hachimitsu Scans)

Background

No background information has been added to this title. Help improve our database by adding background information here.

Related Manga


Characters


More reviewsReviews

Nov 3, 2019
DurangaVoe (All reviews)
Despite its cutesy look and initial premise of an otokonoko café, "Fukakai na Boku no Subete wo" isn't a fetishist manga for people who're into femboys, but rather something that I'd call CGDCT (Cute Gays Doing Cute Things), had it not been for the male self-insert.

The thing is, it focuses on the reasons why are the employees of the said café working there - or rather, what are their experiences with their own identities. It's a thoroughly LGBT work, reminiscent of Shimanami Tasogare in its setup, but very different in almost every other aspect. Unlike its artsy cousin, FukaBoku's aesthetic is extremely moe, its narrative read more
Jul 2, 2020
chozo (All reviews)
Read this if you are looking for: A cute, fluffy exploration of gender that emphasizes understanding and acceptance.

Recommendation: Pick it up!

"Love Me For Who I Am" follows high school boy Tetsu and his nonbinary classmate Mogumo. As Mogumo yearns for acceptance and understanding, Tetsu invites them to work at his family's untraditional maid cafe, staffed by a variety of LGBT+ characters.
Through 3+ volumes, a reliable pattern of storytelling emerges: characters will have a disagreement or conflict centered on or adjacent to gender or sexuality, often with one side initially portrayed as the villain. These characters become more sympathetic as their backgrounds and thought processes are read more

Recent News

North American Anime & Manga Releases for October

North American Anime & Manga Releases for October

Here are the North American anime & manga releases for October Week 1: October 6 - 12 Anime Releases B: The Beginning Season 1 Collection Blu-ray & DVD B: Th...read more

North American Anime & Manga Releases for June

North American Anime & Manga Releases for June

Here are the North American anime & manga releases for June Week 1: June 2 - 8 Anime Releases Aria the Origination (incl. Aria the OVA: Arietta and Aria the Avve...read more


Recent Forum Discussion


Recommendations