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Jitsu wa Watashi Sexless de Nayandemashita

Jitsu wa Watashi Sexless de Nayandemashita

Alternative Titles

English: Secretly, I've Been Suffering About Being Sexless
Japanese: 実は私セックスレスで悩んでました

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: Mar 5, 2018 to Jul 5, 2018
Authors: Togame (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Flapper

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Ranked: #97562
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Synopsis

Deep struggles and concerns about sex are stripped bare in this shocking confession! Married life isn't all lovey-dovey, or ooh-la-la steamy—not when you and your partner have opposing sex drives. When a married woman with a raging libido can't find the satisfaction she needs from her tame, lackluster husband, she's left with no choice but to get her fix elsewhere...

(Source: Yen Press)

Background

Jitsu wa Watashi Sexless de Nayandemashita is based on the web manga of the same title posted on the author's pixiv account on October 28, 2017. The series was published in English as Secretly, I've Been Suffering About Being Sexless by Yen Press on July 30, 2019.

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Sep 11, 2019
boopadoop (All reviews)
At first glance, this reminded me strongly of "My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness" and its sequel - both are autobiographical manga about deeply personal, societally taboo topics (though this manga isn't about anything exceptionally societally taboo per se, just untalked about). Both covers prominently feature flat, character-focused illustrations with an emphasis on minimal color usage, striking typography, and overall minimalism. Suffice to say, this book isn't about being a lonely, depressed lesbian, but a lonely, depressed married straight woman.

I picked this up at a bookstore one day and thumbed through it intending to see if it was similar to My Lesbian Experience at all, read more

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