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Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Ikimashita Report

Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Ikimashita Report

Alternative Titles

English: My Lesbian Experience With Loneliness
Synonyms: The Private Report on My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness
Japanese: さびしすぎてレズ風俗に行きましたレポ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 6
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 17, 2016
Authors: Nagata, Kabi (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 8.221 (scored by 10811 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #390
Members: 20,669
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Both of them are autobiographical accounts of their authors' (both of whom being female) experiences with subjects related to the LGBT community with a comedic edge. In Hanayome's case, it deals with the author being a transwoman and Sabishisugite deals with the author's experience of being a lesbian. 
reportRecommended by LordofSushi
Both manga try to portray non-straight characters in human, non-fetishizing light and both are intended for more mature audience. While Shimanami Tasogare might feel more pretentious and using the theme just to get lgbt readers to relate to it, My Lesbian Experience With Loneliness is succeeds in the realism more, mainly thanks to it being an autobiography. 
reportRecommended by abystoma2
Two stories with depressive main characters, in differents visions of the world. If you liked Sabishisugite, you should like Oyasumi Punpun as well. Trust me =) 
reportRecommended by Delta_
Both manga have a depressing atmosphere and depressive main characters. 
reportRecommended by frimochi
Both manga are autobiographical accounts of the mangaka dealing with mental health issues and the challenges they have to overcome as a result of that. 
reportRecommended by harukiti
Less redundant with juxtapose cycle of never-ending dilemma towards the oddity on facing towards the wrong reflection 
reportRecommended by -HippySnob-
Both are fantastic semi-autobiographical pieces. Both manga deal with themes of self reflection and self improvement. Kakukaku spans a greater length of time than Sabishisugite.  
reportRecommended by Tinybox
Sabishi is more about the inner struggles of the female protagonist. It's based on her real-life experiences, is much darker because of it. Not even close to Yaoi or Bara but if you enjoyed th psychological/sociological aspects of Otouto you'll love this too. 
reportRecommended by Kcpr
These two manga have some of the best depictions of anxiety, self-hatred, low self-worth, loneliness and depression. Reading some of the lines in them can be painful, but for someone going through similar issues, it can be comforting to see the feelings one feels be given form through pictures and words. 
reportRecommended by mjb
Both talk about self-knowledge, sexuality and other emotions with deep psychological aspect. Is interesting see the different visions of the world that make different the two series. Inside Mari is more tense and heavier than Sabishisugite, but even so a great manga.  
reportRecommended by Delta_