A lot of manga that I enjoy have a common ground with the fact that it was published on either Feel Young or Manga F Erotics.
I particularly like unconventional Josei (sex, drugs, mental delusion), coming of age stories, and anything queer-flavoured.
♀♀ – The manga is mainly focused on (romantic) relationships between women. This may include works of Yuri, non-Yuri or even autobiographical manga by queer women. Note: not all Yuri can be qualified to have this tag.
♂♂ – The manga is mainly focused on (romantic) relationships between men. This may include works of Yaoi/BL, non-Yaoi or even autobiographical manga by queer men. Note: not all Yaoi/BL can be qualified to have this tag.
Gender Bender – The manga’s main character(s) falls on either of these categories: transgender, gender queer, non-binary, intersex, cross dressing, mysterious sex/gender transformation, trap, sex change due to DNA mutation, so on, and so forth. Whether it is aimed at the LGBTQ+ audience, sci-fi-related phenomena or simply for comic relief, this genre is pretty diverse.
Historical – When the story’s settings were set years before the manga was serialised to portray a significant event in which created said history.
Psychological – This manga’s way of narration delves deeply into the character’s mind and their state of emotions throughout certain events.
Supernatural – Has elements in the story that is beyond impossible to prove by science and logic.
Shoujo / Shounen – Demography of manga targeted towards young girls/boys (respectively).
Josei / Seinen – Demography of manga targeted for older female/male readers (respectively).