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Summer Is A Great Excuse To Not Wear Pants

As the summer months roll in and the temperatures stay consistently hotter and hotter, one has to try and keep cool. Some are lucky enough to have really good air conditioning and can afford to abuse the hell out of it so they stay cool all summer long. Some are lucky and have a pool they can just hop into whenever they want to and quickly keep cool even on the hottest of days.

But in my case, I don’t currently have either of those things to help me stay cool, I’m at the mercy of the air coming into the house and the ceiling fan’s ability to at least blow a little bit of air that feels cool around me. So naturally you have to turn to ulterior methods to stay cool and thus came a tactic I’ve been wanting to try out for quite some time now.

I wrote an article back in November about how I was dying to just walk around the house without pants on, but I lived with a few friends so it wasn’t exactly the right place to be doing that. Now in my current spot, I’ve got most of the important stuff in my bedroom, so I can at least keep the bedroom door shut and do whatever I please. So that’s what I’m doing now, on most days, not even necessarily because it’s super hot out, pants are nowhere to be seen, I’m either in boxer-briefs or just briefs, whichever I feel like wearing at the time.

And I gotta tell ya, it really is such a liberating feeling to just walk around without pants on, it really is. It makes me giddy when I know my next place I’m hoping to move to before year’s end will be a basement apartment where I have a lot more freedom to move around like this. Because seriously, as silly as it might sound, I feel like I’m enjoying everything I do more, while I’m doing it without pants on. I’m serious, I feel better when it’s just a shirt and underwear on. It’s hard to explain, but perhaps my best guess would be that it’s a comfort thing, that choosing to take my pants off and staying like that brings a sense of confidence to myself. I’m not the best looking guy, but I know I don’t look terrible either. Couple that with my hopes to start really exercising at home once I have the space to do so again and believe me, there will definitely be some improvements to this pantsless person.

I think there’s multiple reasons as to why people end up deciding to go the pantsless route when they’re at home, some are even more comfortable doing it around friends and family, rather than just while they’re alone or with just their significant other who’s already used to seeing them without clothes on, let alone in their underwear. And I honestly believe that the biggest reason is simply because it’s comfortable, there are so many kinds of clothing that we wear that while it looks good when we’re out in public, it’s not the most comfortable thing to sit around in all day. For example, it doesn’t matter how cold it is outside, if I come in the house with jeans on, the first thing I’m doing is changing into my running shorts because they’re far more comfortable than jeans could ever be.

As I mentioned earlier, confidence ends up being a big factor in those who choose to go this route as well. Just walking around in your underwear, it brings a sense of self-worth, you get the thought in your head that you must look attractive while walking around in your bare essentials and thus you generate a little more happiness and confidence in yourself. I’m not kidding you when I tell you that the first time I walked around my room in my underwear, I smiled. I honestly felt better about myself almost immediately after taking my pants off, because in my head I thought that because I felt comfortable with doing this, regardless of whether or not anyone would see me like this, the fact I was doing it, it let me know that I’m not an ugly piece of garbage, in my head I felt like a million bucks, like I could take on the world.

With no pants on.

So if you’re living in a place where you could get away with doing so, try it out, take those bothersome pants, shorts, skirts off and let your legs breathe for the first time in a while. It’s a liberating feeling that can give you the confidence you need to take that next step in improving yourself, because if you can be comfortable seeing yourself half-naked the majority of time at home, that comfort will extend out in your daily life when you’re covered up, because you won’t be afraid or nervous about what other people think of you. If you love your own body, that aura will pass onto others.

For me, that change in my confidence didn’t start recently when I began to walk around without pants on, that started when I made the choice to start wearing briefs again. It had a similar feeling to it, as I looked at myself in the mirror and didn’t hate how I looked and that slowly translated into me liking how I looked more and more and starting to pay more attention to how I look, like how my hair is, what clothes I wear and it translated into my confidence going through the roof. Now I’m more open to things, I don’t worry so much about how I look, how I’m posed, how my personality comes off, all of those things.

Sometimes you don’t need a major overhaul to change everything. Sometimes it’s something small that kickstarts everything into gear. For me, a shorter pair of underwear did it and now I’ve added onto that up-trend in my confidence by now choosing not to wear pants when I can do that.

The next step’s a bit dodgy though. Gonna need a house to myself and blinds on the windows if I’m going to suddenly start walking around the house butt naked…

Why Wear Pants? An Age Old Question


I’m currently living in a house with two roommates. We’re all friends from high school and it’s been a blast and a real learning experience for me, as it was my first time living away from my parents. Now the plan for me is that by the spring, I’ll be in my own apartment with my girlfriend of nine years (this Saturday!) and I am so excited for this.

There is however something small that I’m also looking forward to when I move into my own apartment. It doesn’t seem like much, but to me this one little thing is something I’ve been kind of eager to be able to do.

What is that one thing, you may ask? Being able to walk around my home without pants on.

from Heavy Rain
from Heavy Rain

It’s not something I’ve really put too much thought into however until the past couple years. Since moving out, not having parents to judge every single purchase I make, I was able to try a lot of new things without anyone questioning me. Relating to the topic though, it was really my re-discovery of briefs and how fucking comfortable they are, that really kickstarted this innate desire to kick the habit of wearing pants…literally…like kicking my pants off the second I walk in the door.

I think it also helps with me being a lot more comfortable with myself as well. Certainly in the past three years of living on my own, having the opportunity to wear clothes I never would’ve worn before, getting my hair done differently than I have before, little things like that, they’ve opened the door for me to actually care a little more about how I look and actually take a legitimate interest in how I look.

But enough about me (for now), let’s actually sit down and talk about the actual act of not wearing pants, why people do it, why people don’t do it.


Generally speaking, the majority of people who do walk around in their own homes with no pants on, no shirt on, hell maybe no clothes on at all, they don’t exactly advertise it. So it’s really difficult to get an idea of how many people choose to go without pants in the comfort of their own home. But I think it’s fair to say the percentage is low, like I think the maximum is 10% and even then I think I’m being generous. Though I think there’s a difference in the numbers if you ask “Do you walk around your house with no pants on?” and then follow it up with “If you could walk around your house with no pants on, would you?”.

We have to keep in mind that the majority of people don’t live alone, or don’t just live with a significant other who would be more than happy to see their man or woman sans pants. When we’re curious as teenagers in high school, we’re living at home with our parents, not the kind of people who’d be okay with you walking around in your boxers. In college, a lot of us our living with a roommate or several and unless you get some really casual roommates, someone’ll give you a weird look if you’re walking around in your panties. And then fast forward to when we’re all older and have kids, even if they’re too young to really understand anything, I imagine the vast majority of parents feeling like it’s also their responsibility to keep up a great image for their kids and being no pants casual doesn’t fit that role.

So realistically that leaves the majority of your regular, average folks somewhere in your 20s, depending on your college/university life and how soon you want to start a family. That’s the average person’s timeline for no pants. Obviously there are exceptions to the rule, some people choose to have children, so that’s one factor scratched off the list. Some live alone, that really scratches a lot of options off the list. There’s the odd case where your roommates (and if things get really crazy, your parents…but I don’t know how I’d feel about that…) are comfortable with whatever, so there’s another scratch off the list. But otherwise, unless you have zero fucks to give and you choose to do it in spite of whatever’s around you, your time to enjoy the most comfortable setup at home is limited.

from Sexfriend (VN)
from Sexfriend (VN)

Now I’ve had one opportunity to actually enjoy the freedom of living without the shackles of pants. There was a weekend where my roommates were gone, so I jumped at the chance. There are hours here and there that I could consistently use, but I’m not a gambler so unless there’s a guarantee, I ain’t trying shit! But being able to actually do this once, I’ve got to tell you…it’s so (as Kou from New Game! says) liberating to just walk around the house, cook food, play video games and do all the things I normally do, just without pants on.

A big part of it really, at least to me, is just the fact that wearing pants, shorts, whatever you wear over top of your underwear, depending on how long your pants are, how tight they are, how thick the fabric is, whatever you’re wearing, it gets in the way, to varying degrees. You’re just not as mobile in baggy pants, jeans, cargo shorts, etc. It’s why yoga pants are so form-fitting, if they were baggy, you’d have a harder time moving around, especially in some of the insane poses you do in yoga. So by not wearing pants, you’re completely cutting out that possibility. Especially the average girl, where there’s not even a little bit of leg being covered, unless you’re wearing boyshorts.

I had two days and I ended up doing one day in briefs, one day in boxer-briefs, only those two because I can’t stand boxers, I find them too long and too loose. I definitely found myself enjoying briefs more because it was less fabric clinging to me, though there might just be a little bias there because I’m currently on a roll with briefs since I started to wear them again. But yeah, that’s generally how I feel about the advantages of no pants. It’s more comfortable, cause there’s less clinging to you and it’s certainly liberating. There’s something just really cool to me about being able to spend time without wearing an article of clothing that unless you’re at a beach, pool or a changeroom, you’d get a weird look from the general public.


On the other hand, of course there are reasons why people would choose not to when they have the opportunity to do so. As I’ve said in previous articles about how we as a general public treat underwear, most of us view the article of clothing as something private, something only yourself and your significant other should see you in. Now yes, if you’re in the privacy of your own home, that should be the case, but there’s other things that people take into mind. Maybe they’ll pass by a window and someone will see, maybe a family member or friend will suddenly open your front door without knocking (because there are people who will do that) and catch you in a moment of liberating freedom. There’s always a chance someone could see, but the likelihood is extremely low.

I think honestly the biggest reason is simply that people are just too uncomfortable with the idea of ever not wearing pants or shorts. It’s so ingrained into our heads from our earliest memories that the only time you should ever just be in your underwear is when you’re in bed, covered by a blanket. There might be moments where it’s okay for people to see you in your underwear, like when you’re changing in a changeroom, but generally speaking the only place you’re taught is 100% okay to have no pants on is in your bed.

© MeUndies.com
© MeUndies.com

It’s such a small thing, but to me, I cannot wait for the chance to get home from a long ass day at work and just kick off my pants and chill on the couch in a t-shirt and whatever underwear I decide to wear at that moment. It’s wonderfully comfortable, it’s so liberating and honestly, I just love the idea of not giving a fuck. Sometimes that’s all it takes.



Character Spotlight: Kou Yagami


Last week, we shined the spotlight on my favourite character from the recent anime, New Game!, Hifumi. This week, we take a look at the girl above Hifumi and the other character designers and my second favourite character from the show, Kou Yagami.

So take off your pants, get comfortable and let’s talk about this blonde beauty!


At the start of the series, we look at Kou in the same way main character Aoba does, as a legendary character designer well-known for being a part of some major JRPGs released over the years. She also looks like a very normal, nice girl, the kind of boss you wish you had. If we left it at that, she’d be a fine character, a nice, caring boss who while wants to be strict with her employees, has a tough time doing so.

Instead, she gets a gimmick that really fleshes out her character (pun intended) and makes her an extremely memorable character, not just in the series, but throughout all anime. What’s that gimmick, you say? She doesn’t like to wear pants.


While she understands that you don’t do this kind of shit in public, Kou is the kind of girl that wants to feel comfortable and liberated whenever she can. So it’s safe to say that at home, pants are not an option. But in the studio, she puts up with it and wears pants or a skirt. But when she’s staying overnight to get more work done and it’s just her in the office, those pants come right off. As she explains to her best friend and producer of the game they’re working on, Rin, she really does feel liberated when able to work and walk around in her underwear and as we see later on when Rin takes her advice and tries it, it’s certainly the case.

Now a lot of people probably looked at this as a sad excuse to have a girl in her underwear a lot, like Kou was decided as the girl who would get the majority of ecchi scenes in the show. But in my opinion, I don’t think that’s true, especially the latter part. Yes, Kou during many points of the show has the camera focused on her butt when her pants come off and yes, she has a shower scene, but there are other opportunities that she doesn’t get involved in. She could’ve easily been with the girls when they went to a bath house, but she wasn’t there, she could’ve been seen changing when they were getting their checkups, but she wasn’t. Her ecchi moments are the majority of the time, tailored to her specific gimmick and desire to not wear pants and as far as I’m concerned, that makes her character not a source of ecchi material, but a legitimate character with a real-life desire. She’s not the only person in the world who enjoys being able to walk around without pants on, hell I said it in my New Game! spotlight, if I lived alone, I’d totally do that in my own house as well!


Kou also plays a major part in the entire series, she’s not just the token panty shot character. She fleshes out three separate characters for sure in the lead, Aoba, her best friend, Rin and even the girl she loves to piss off, Umiko. While Umiko’s isn’t too major, as realistically their relationship serves and comic relief (and Kou getting shot several times with a pellet gun), her relationship with Aoba and Rin both really have a lot of significance to the show.

With Aoba, Kou serves like a mentor to her. Granted, it’s a mentor that scares the hell out of her sometimes, as for some weird reason Aoba has a fear of being forced to take her pants off while at work because of Kou’s lack of hesitation in taking hers off and often being found asleep with the blankets failing to cover up what they needed to. When not freaking Aoba out with panty nightmares, she serves as the guiding hand for Aoba in her new career as a character designer. She’s very tough on her in the early going, making her redo several 3D models again and again so she doesn’t pick up any bad habits from the start and also so her transition later on is smoother for her and she doesn’t have to worry about any issues when that happens. It’s nice to see Kou in almost a big sister sort of role with Aoba, though it’s arguable that at some points Aoba looks at her as far more than just a mentor and an idol.


But when it comes to a potential love interest, the only one that for sure has some merit to it is with her relationship with producer Rin Tooyama. Taking away the scene where the two of them were caught by Aoba both without pants on (Aoba’s worst nightmare), there are a ton of moments where there’s hints here and there of these two being more than just friends and colleagues at work. They’re constantly around each other, both taking care of each other when the other’s down, as Rin happily takes good care of Kou when she gets sick. What really grabs my attention though is just how comfortable they are with each other, especially Rin when it comes to Kou and her pantsless shenanigans. You could argue that it’s because she knowingly doesn’t feel any sexual attraction to Kou that causes Rin to deal with her gimmick with ease, but I think it’s more due to her seeing it so many times before that it’s not a surprise to her anymore. I truly do think that off-camera and in the future of the series beyond the show’s existence, these two will become a couple, if they aren’t already secretly.


Kou is a fantastic character in not just New Game!, but anime in general. Despite what the average feminist or SJW may think about her character, I truly do look and Kou and think she’s not a subject of ecchi content and an endless supply of panty shots. She’s a real-life representation of a young woman who transcends the average girl who’s just supposed to look pretty and be a strong girl. She has those two things, but she’s also her own person, she’s a free-spirited girl who doesn’t shackle herself with what society expects from her. She’s living in a time where anything sexual is now suddenly offensive and yet she doesn’t care. While she doesn’t view herself as a sexual character, she does enjoy a kind of lifestyle that the idiots out there would look at as being overly sexual, when in reality she just thinks pants aren’t that comfortable and would rather not wear them.

Which I can get behind, jeans fucking suck!

Anime Spotlight: Punch Line


I know that a lot of people will look at me and think “Really, dude? You liked an anime that essentially revolved around a main character who got superpowers when seeing a girl’s panties?”

Yes. Yes I did.


The show itself is pretty much what it looks like on the surface and then goes completely off the beaten path…and then some. It stars Yuta, a boy living in a dormitory with four other girls. Sounds simple, right? Well during a bus ride, he and the passengers are held hostage by a terrorist and are saved by a female superhero by the name of Strange Juice (her costume is a walking orange juice commercial) and after she saves everyone (for about five seconds), Yuta see a pair of panties and suddenly goes Super Saiyan with superhuman powers and takes out the terrorist. However upon being saved a second time by Strange Juice, he sees her panties and thus his soul leaves his body and the world is destroyed by an meteor out of nowhere (even Randy Orton can’t top that shit!). Yes that is the beginning of this show.


So after the world ends, Yuta awakens back in time as a ghost and unable to go back into his own body. So what does he do, learn from a ghost cat that teaches him the basis of his powers and he seeks to somehow not only get his body back, but in time try to save the world from a terrorist group trying to pull this random meteor toward Earth and destroy it in the same way that Yuta can do so by seeing panties twice. The story is an absolute convoluted mess, there’s twist and turns that make little to no sense, but honestly that’s not what I enjoyed about the show.

In fact, for me Punch Line was more about the absolute absurdity of the show, in terms of the plot, characters, design, premise, humour and random sexual content. It reminds me a lot of FLCL, just with a lot more boob and butt shots. I realized pretty early on that this show was not going to be some thought-invoking, social changing, fantastic plot kind of show. This was going to be a stupid, silly anime, nothing more and nothing less. And unlike some people out there who believe that the stuff they watch has to be super serious and for “the intelligent crowd”, I could care less about things like a good story if the show at the end of each episode is entertaining. And at the end of each episode, guess what I was? Yes, quite aroused, but I was also entertained!


Because I’m comfortable with a large amount of sexual content (because I can separate what I watch from how I act in real life), a show like Punch Line that hinders on the use of panties as a plot device doesn’t really bother me, in fact when the concept first came to my attention, I thought it was a fucking hysterical idea and I wanted to see how the show did it. And upon viewing that first episode, I laughed so hard at the pure absurdity I was watching on the screen that I couldn’t help but look forward to the next episode and the others after that. At the same time while yes, there is an emphasis on panties and butts and all the usual things that the average feminist and SJW would have a shit-fit over, a lot of the comedy has nothing to do with that and just employs the usual zaniness and insanity that anime typically loves to bring to the table. A gamer girl fighting an entire army alone with a giant mech? Sure! A baby bear with regenerative abilities? Why the fuck not? A tiny loli robot girl with big hair and looks like anime Velma Dinkley from Scooby-Doo? Abso-fucking-lutely! The anime doesn’t shy away from a bad idea and in fact, it’s this attitude that makes the show stand out. You may not like it, you may not enjoy it, but it’s hard to forget.

So if you have the chance to give the show a view, do so. And for fuck’s sake, go into it with an open mind and not just the usual attitude of “If I see panty shots, I’m out!”, because I’m really getting sick and tired of people getting all up in arms about there being too many panty shots in anime.

Seriously, come on guys! Don’t forget about bra shots!


Ecchi Anime Cliches: Panty Shots

from Punch Line

It’s a staple of any anime where ecchi content is contained within. It’s almost impossible to find a show that falls into that section of anime and doesn’t have a single one of these cliché, yet classic moments in its entire run.

Yes, of course we’re talking about the ever-so common event in ecchi and harem anime: The panty shot.

from Rail Wars
from Rail Wars

Panty shots come in many different ways/situations. There’s the classic wind picking up the girl’s skirt, either all the way or just enough to catch just a bit of the bottom of either side. She could be showing them off herself, whether by pulling her skirt up, sliding her pants/shorts down a bit, anything to get a reaction from the (usually dunce cap) male MC. She could’ve fallen either on the ground or in some cases on top of the MC and usually with her butt inches in front of his face. She could’ve gotten stuck climbing into something so the back half is out there for the whole world to see, shouldn’t have worn a skirt that day, sweetheart! Could be hanging upside down, the skirt seems to cause anime girls a ton of problems. And after all those coincidental situations and many more, it’s just a ton more ways to have her standing there without pants, shorts, a skirt or anything at all on to cover them so the camera has nothing but that fabric-covered butt in the center of the frame.

from Shuffle!
from Shuffle!

It’s the absurdity of the circumstances that lead to these panty-ridden moments that make them so memorable, which is why I find it so hilarious and stupid when people get on their SJW high horses about it shouting about how much that’s demeaning to women and blah blah blah, you know the drill. Like…do any of these people realize that 99.9% of the situations that cause these underwear revelations will never be seen by any one person. That picture above from Shuffle!, how many guys do you think this ever happens to? How in the blue fuck do you even fall into such a pose?! Yeah, that’s from a fall, he didn’t get knocked over and then she proceeded to position herself so she could shove her crotch right in his face, she fell into him and somehow pirouetted in mid-air into that position. How graceful.

I can count on one hand how many times in person I’ve seen the panties (in full, seeing the top lining because her jeans are hanging down a bit doesn’t count) of a girl who isn’t my girlfriend and. Wanna know what that number is? ZERO! I’m not walking around and seeing girls hanging upside down from trees, I’m not accidentally walking in on girls changing, I’m not following the wind properly to catch upskirts and I’m certainly not bumping into a schoolgirl who’s able to do a 180 in mid-air so she can shove her panty-covered crotch right in my face.

from Rosario + Vampire
from Rosario + Vampire

To the average person, the panty shots in anime are not and should not be viewed as a device for dehumanizing women, making them look slutty, or really what they all think, showing how perverted men are. Which once again, I have to just say in response: “If it’s not directly affecting you, who the fuck cares?!”, it’s not like because we see anime girls walking around and bending over so you can see their ass in plain slight, we expect all girls to be like that. And of course, just because we see that, we’re not going to go out of our way to try and see some panties. Of course there will always be the guys standing at the bottoms of stairwells and watching a bedroom window with binoculars on, but don’t lump the average male, including anime viewers with those disgusting people.

The average anime viewer is more than aware of the differences between reality and fantasy, we’re very aware that most girls are not going to be parading sex symbols constantly wearing sexy clothes, showing off their bodies and getting themselves into constant situations where their underwear and possibly more is being exposed. It’s just not a common occurrence in life and society! That’s what fictional material and pornography is for! So we can get that fix for our imaginations, y’know that thing we do inside our own heads that no one else knows about. Stop trying to control every single moment of our lives including our own thoughts, just shut the fuck up and deal with the fact that men will occasionally fantasize about women in a sexual manner. Oh and in case you’ve forgotten, WOMEN DO THE SAME WITH MEN!!! And don’t forget about homosexual men and women as well. We all at some point, most of us every single day will either look at someone in real life or the image of someone, whether in a movie, TV show, video game, anime, etc. and wonder A, what they look like in their underwear, B, what they look like naked, and C, what it’d look like if they’re riding cowgirl or the other way around, depending on where you want to be in this daydream.

from Demon King Daimao
from Demon King Daimao

There’s nothing inherently wrong with having panty shots in the show, so long as it doesn’t break away from the narrative you’re looking for. A show like Erased (not just because it’s children) would lose its focus if Airi bent over and the camera caught a hint of pink panties. When the show is meant to be serious, be serious. If your show is meant to be funny and/or sexual, there’s no harm in it, so long as it’s used properly within the constructs of the show it’s being featured in. If the show’s about five girls fighting for one guy’s love and it’s a goofy style of show, have all the panty shots you want. But if that show’s an emotional tear-jerking narrative, maybe panty shots aren’t the best option. It’s all about sticking within the parameters you set from the start.

So relax, folks. Panty shots are nothing more than a five-second max camera angle so all the wonderful girls and boys who are attracted to cute, pretty, beautiful, hot, sexy and downright fuckable anime girls have something to take to bed with them so they can have a good night sleep.

And if that’s still a problem with you, there’s hot anime guy package shots too:

from Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic
from Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic


from Free!
from Free!

No? That still didn’t work for you? Then clearly anime is not for you. Now kindly fuck off.

Anime Spotlight: Demon King Daimao

(left to right) Hiroshi, Fujiko, Korone, Akuto, Keena, Junko, Lily

Really cheesy, lots of awesome action sequences and a ton of sexual innuendo, Demon King Daimao is one of the initial anime shows that really got me into watching a lot more harem anime. It’s not like the show made me suddenly like ecchi content in anime, but it was far more enjoyable than a lot of the older shows were for me and allowed me to see the light that ecchi harem anime can be a little more than just panty shots.

Not that there’s a lot of them in Demon King Daimao or anything…

Korone’s ass

The premise of the show is that Akuto Sai goes to an academy for magicians and wizards, aiming to become essentially a High Priest. He was raised as an orphan in a church from a baby onwards, so it’s no surprise he wants to grow up and follow the teachings he was given and join the clergy. However, that dream takes a heavy hit when the show’s equivalent to Harry Potter’s sorting hat names his future occupation: Demon King. The complete opposite of his dream goal. He’s slated to basically become the next Satan. And thus begins his crazy journey.

The series revolves particularly around Akuto trying to do whatever he can to remove the Demon King moniker, but soon finds himself caught in a battle that a High Priest nor a Demon King can even ignore. The first half of the series for the most part though, is pure and utterly fantastic fan service.

Sai "running into Kena when she's invisible"
Akuto “running into Keena when she’s invisible”

There are four central girls centered around Akuto, I don’t include Lily honestly because she’s not around as much. But I love her nonetheless! Hell she’s second for me in the anime behind Korone. But the four central girls consist of Junko, the main girl of the show who Akuto first runs into. She’s hot-headed and the one girl out of the four that misunderstands everything that happens around her or to her that’s related to Akuto. Keena is the happy-go-lucky girl that occasionally crashes into shit. She can fly AND go invisible…except she has to be naked to be invisible. Which makes for a ton of different ways Akuto either sees her or even touches her during this process. There’s Fujiko who is the big-breasted scheming girl of the show who vies for Akuto’s attention. Her gimmick though is being extremely turned on whenever she sees or thinks about Akuto. And yes, it’s awkward to listen to. Finally there’s my favourite, Korone. She’s an android sent to guard/watch Akuto since being outed as the next Demon King. She spends the majority of the show trying to seduce Akuto (as ordered to) or to just tease him (by her own accord). She’s also got a major advantage over the rest of the girls by having the best drawn butt of all of them.

Each of the characters have something completely unique about them too beyond their personalities. They each fight differently as well, such as Junko with swords and Korone with various guns and crazy gadgets. Not to mention they each have a significantly different hair colour, so they’re easily distinguishable.

Akuto defending himself from Junko's wrath
Akuto defending himself from Junko’s wrath

While the series is all about fan service, they don’t shy away from having some pretty badass fights as well. Junko especially is made to be the female badass of the show, her sword skills are unparalleled and she constantly shows that throughout the series. Not to mention the tons of magic that’s also thrown around, it really does come off with the intensity of the later magic battles from something like the Harry Potter films, but in anime form of course. It’s a great addition to the show, where the story isn’t exactly that great, but the comedy and action sequences certain balance out the tons of fan service.

Korone can be evil though...
Korone can be evil though…

As a whole the series is greatly entertaining. There’s a ton of hilarious moments, the action scenes are intense and well put together, the characters are all unique and none them really come off annoying, at least me. Most importantly it’s super well drawn, both in sexual and non-sexual content. I like the artstyle when everything’s normal, but when it’s sexy time and we get various ecchi moments, they are perfectly drawn, if you have an attraction to women, it’s hard not to be mesmerized by them. Seriously, Korone’s butt, man!

Also there’s this little nugget…it’s a sea cucumber, so relax! Junko couldn’t though.

Can't get much more hentai than this without actually being hentai
Can’t get much more hentai than this without actually being hentai