Midara na Ao-chan wa Benkyō ga Dekinai Anime Review

Midara na Ao-chan wa Benkyō ga Dekinai

If you are looking for a fun, fresh and very very kawai anime Midara na Ao-chan wa Benkyo ga Dekinai is the perfect choice. It started as a manga series that was written in October 2015 and ended in December 2018. Kodansha's Shōnen Magazine Edge serialized this manga. The anime series was produced by Silver Link and aired from April 6, 2019 to June 22, 2019.

This series is not a ship of emotions but it definitely manages to connect with our adolescence and those feelings that only the first love can make be born in the heart of a virginal and modest young girl. In reality Ao-chan is not only a sweet and tender shy and intelligent teenager, Ao-chan begins to experience sexual desire that contrasts with her aversion to free and conscious sexuality turning her into a more uninhibited girl.


What is it about?

The series begins with a flashback to Ao-chan's childhood, she is reading an essay on the meaning of her name that will soon make her the object of constant teasing. Her relationship with her father is mediated by the fact that thanks to the name he gave her and her constant living with erotic literature, Ao-chan is in constant conflict with herself and her desires. She has only one purpose and that is to finish high school and enter an elite university to live alone and away from her father who always manages to embarrass her.

Ao-chan's plan is perfect until well, thanks to her natural changes, she begins to experience an unexpected sexual attraction to Takumi Kijama, who besides being a tender young man is quite handsome. For Ao-chan this attraction is a product of the sexual depravity that her father has embedded in her with his profession, and as a result, Ao-chan is in constant conflict fighting with her feelings and looking for ways of forceful rejection by denying herself the desire to begin to experience her emotions.

Part of the profound lessons in this anime unfolds as Ao-chan begins to embrace her feelings and desires. She comes to the realization that her father isn't to blame for her fears and insecurities; it's her own tendency to self-sabotage. This marks the climax of the series. Ao-chan releases herself, acknowledges her emotions, and grants permission to experience them. Despite her father's continued embarrassment, she now acknowledges her own value and appreciates his efforts to support her and ensure her happiness.

Almost a year has passed since the series premiered, and if you haven't had the opportunity to watch it yet, rest assured, you won't regret it. Ao-chan undeniably represents the struggles of young teenagers grappling with the awareness of their bodies and hearts. The series not only excels in comedic storytelling but also showcases well-thought-out animation and musicalization, making it a delightful and entertaining experience. Ultimately, it stood out as one of the best series of 2019.

Thus the series progresses in the constant back and forth of Ao-chan's feelings and struggles against love. The interesting thing about this series is the growth of the main character, in the midst of all these fears and slights, Ao-chan faces her own mistakes and fears by allowing herself to feel. The culmination of the series is wonderful. The kisses between Ao-chan and Kijama are the icing on the cake.

Midara na Ao-chan wa Benkyō ga Dekinai Trailer

Final Thoughts

Describing Ao-chan's personality as merely "kawaii" is an understatement. "Midara na Ao-chan wa Benkyō ga Dekinai" not only adeptly addresses the adolescent conflict of experiencing physical attraction but also delves into society's taboos, specifically women's constraints regarding their sexuality. Navigating a society that censors sexual pleasure becomes even more challenging when sexuality is treated as casually as any other topic within the family. Ao-chan, like any woman, has crafted an anti-sex protective shield in response to the challenges posed by the ignorance of human emotions.

Ao-chan's personality vividly reflects the image women strive to maintain to avoid judgment. The conflict tied to her name revolves around its meaning, and Ao-chan endeavors to prove to those who bother her that she is not defined by the implications of her name. Her father becomes a personification of all her conflicts and insecurities, tirelessly working to instill robust self-esteem in his daughter, rooted in the acceptance of her body, sensations, intelligence, and cunning.

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