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Confused about my sexuality?
Now, I know you've probably come across many questions such as this one, but I'm getting seriously confused. Please note that I am 15 years of age and am a female.

My friend and I share a common interest in watching anime/reading manga (Japanese comic books). I stumbled upon on yuri (lesbian) manga and I got quite aroused on it. As a result of that I researched more into that kind of stuff and have found myself reading stuff like that - but I never get turned on by looking at nude pictures of people - whatever gender they are.

Don't get me wrong, I think guys can be great and be a good companion, but from what I've read/seen in my experience they don't really arouse me as much as the lesbian stories/comics do.

I don't know if this is just curiosity but I've done this for like, a good few years now. Is it wrong? What should I do? Am I gay/straight/bi/bi-curious? Or a mixture of few? (Does that even exist?) Thanks.
It depends what your prior romantic/sexual experiences are. From what you are said I would say you are most likely Bi-Curious. This would mean you are willing to try "things" with each gender... Whether they be male or female. Pansexual is also a possibility.

I too am 15 years of age (but male) and let me tell you there is no rush to label yourself. Infact, don't bother with labels! Just go with the flow.. !
Want to work as a freelance proofreader?
i want to work from home,i applied in a site for freelance translation but whenever i apply for a job i don t get respond,because i never had any experience in translation before.but i worked as an english tutor so i m well sure of my ability in grammar,spelling and punctuation.i heard that there are companies and manga scanlating projects would ask for proofreaders,i can also work as proofreader for novels,which i would prefer to work at.
can someone give me some company or scanlation groups names or sites that would ask for a proofreaders?
p.s.
is it ok if i accept or decline the type of work that i wouldn t like to work in?i mean in manga there are gay or lesbian comics and i don t want to work in these kind of things,so do i have the right to choose what kind of work i would like to applay for?
Yes I think that you can accept or decline the type of work that you take but only if you are freelancing.
Where to work as a proofreader?
i want to work from home,i applied in a site for freelance translation but whenever i apply for a job i don t get respond,because i never had any experience in translation before.but i worked as an english tutor so i m well sure of my ability in grammar,spelling and punctuation.i heard that there are companies and manga scanlating projects would ask for proofreaders,i can also work as proofreader for novels,which i would prefer to work at.
can someone give me some company or scanlation groups names or sites that would ask for a proofreaders?
p.s.
is it ok if i accept or decline the type of work that i wouldn t like to work in?i mean in manga there are gay or lesbian comics and i don t want to work in these kind of things,so do i have the right to choose what kind of work i would like to applay for?
No-one will hire you without experience, specially in that field.. and without even knowing you ..
Try to gain some experience first ..
Good luck and have a great day ..
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Confused: Am I a lesbian?
Male friend says I have gender issues and should find a therapy immediately, and I have it pretty clear than I´m straight on real life. I like boys. But what freaks him out is that I read Yuri manga. Girls my age usually read Yaoi (boys on boys romance) not Yuri (girls on girls) so was wondering a bit? How normal is it for a girl to read those comics? I don´t feel like a lesbian at all, but I dunno... I like them for some strange reason. All comments are making me doubt about myself a bit. Starting to think I´m weirdo. Am I normal?
Nobody's "normal". =P
You like the entertainment that you like. A lot of people would argue that girls reading yaoi is just as 'non-normal'.
As a lesbian who enjoys boys love, I can tell you it doesn't really matter. ^^
Manga/Yuri-help on everything lol?
Ok so I'm a 16 year old girl and I'm a lesbian. I recently descover anime and manga. Me being a lesbian think I would be interested in yuri I think it is called. Anyway I was told that Strawberry Shake Sweet was a good series and I found it online to read. So I went there to read it and I had chapters. Each one is only like the size of a comic strip in the newpaper!?I thought it was a whole book with chapters in it. were do you buy these"chapters"? How often do they come out? And another thing is how do I read it? From right to left or left to right? And I'm asuming its top to bottom. But how do I know what word box to read first. I just need help on everything manga I guess lol. Lastly if you have any recomendations on manga with a girl and girl relationship in it I would apreciat it if you could tell me please. Ok I gues thiss is lastly. Here are some series that I was told was good but I don't know if it is anime or manga. Please help
Kasimasi Girl Meets Girl
Kashimashi
Mai Hime
The Last Uniform
And Chocolate Kiss Kiss
Thank you for ready all of thiss
I realy do apreciate it
And another thing is how do I read it?
>> www.freewebs.com/waffolicious/rea…

Here are some series that I was told was good but I don't know if it is anime or manga. Please help
>> Kashimashi Girl Meets Girl (Anime & Manga)
>> Mai Hime (Anime& Manga)
>> The Last Uniform (Manga)
>> And Chocolate Kiss Kiss (Manga)

Lastly if you have any recomendations on manga with a girl and girl relationship in it I would apreciat it if you could tell me please
>> Octave
www.mangafox.com/manga/octave/
>> Girl Friends
www.mangafox.com/manga/girl_frien…
>> Kuchibiru Tameiki Sakurairo
www.mangafox.com/manga/kuchibiru_…
>> Wishing on the Moon
www.mangafox.com/manga/wishing_on…
>> Odoru Daisousasen dj - The Power of Love
www.mangafox.com/manga/odoru_dais…
>> Hanjuku Jyoshi
www.mangafox.com/manga/hanjuku_jo…
>> Azure Dream
www.mangafox.com/manga/azure_drea…
>> Gokujou Drops
www.mangafox.com/manga/gokujou_dr…
Perhaps you can help me with an erotic comics dilemma?
And now for the bajillion details.

I live with my extended family, which means essentially no privacy. When ever something we order comes in online everyone immediately wants to know what it is and stares at you while you open it.
Moving on, I really love the artist Torajirou Kishi. His manga have smooth crisp lines and don't have extraneous tones. His stories also seem to be semi-realistic which is refreshing. I respect his art and recently purchased one of his books. Today "Kissing Mars" arrived in the mail (along with other manga) and I'm ecstatic. (even if it has no furigana T-T)

On borders.com (as those of you fellow rewards members know) I have a 33% off coupon and $10 borders rewards money. I could potentially save a lot of money depending on my order.
I was considering ordering the second volume of Maka-Maka by Kishi. However, it's got naked women embracing in the shower on the cover (the first volume does have nudity but it's a peek-a-boo cover in which they are standing clothed at attention). I don't want this book to show up, everyone to look inside my borders box and be like, "Good lord, Blanquita! You've bought lesbian PORRRRNNNN!!!!!" and me being like "NOOOO!!!!"

Though, the book is classified as a "erotica."

And also if I do purchase it, it's going to be sitting on my manga shelf in plain view. I don't want it to be awkward if someone picks it up. Flips through it and just goes "omg this book is nothing but lesbian sex!" >_>

Am I just lacking balls or something?

Should I just purchase something else?
I agree i would just have it shipped to a friends house if you can trust them. But really you need like a safe or something if your gunna have things like that and you don't want people to see it. A hiding place would be good too. But this sounds like something you would see in a movie. lol
Is there something wrong with my personality how come i have never gotten a bf >:(?
I love guitar hero
80's music
reading comics and manga
drawing manga
converse shoes

i dislike shopping
jewelry
dragging my bf around places
chick flicks
high heels
pink
and pop music

do i sound ok to boys? i am NOT a lesbian stop saying that
hi


based on your character your heart is so sweet i like you very much

Tissue, muscle and colour is not comes under beauty ..

good luck for me if i get you

good day
Am I acting too much like a guy instead of girl?
Okay I am a girl too but..I don't like sitting with girls or even near with them. Also I dislike talking to a girl, but then again i don't really say anything unless they're the one who's asking. I don't like the way they talk, they way they're squirming and gossiping and talking about their bf,shopping and those make-up thingy e_e Ugh! I also dislike girl's clothes, i rather buy the boy's clothes. I also sometimes wish i was a boy instead of a girl and i always curse that i got these female body, it halfly-disgust me >.> and I don't like shopping and hanging out and stuff. I love to watch more movies with blood and violence. Also when ppl ask me if i want a boyfriend, once i always say " No way i want a bf.. it's digusting and gay." and the ppl where all "WTH? o_o" i dun like texting or doing much sports. and sometimes when I see female models in a book or in the tv I would say things " Wow, damn she's pretty!" (not a lesbian :O ) and i am not as interested in boys as much as the other girls would such as they would shouted at each other saying " omg he's cute" "Oh god he's hot" or something like that. Also I like making perverted comments to the girls in a guy style or hear the boys saying it. Also i am kinda agressive, cuz once i get in really big trouble for calling my teacher a b*tch.(I'm so pissed at her at that just cuz she demand me to read a book instead of drawing)
But the only time when i am girly is the time when I am drawing comics or manga,or fanarts, at that moment, then I'll giggle and acting all girly. <-- O.e

Notes To the girls: I don't mean to insult the girls. or to offend them in such a way, it's just me , I dun know what to do. Blame the personality of mine! D= Also Sorry if it is too long!!
Hey, don't worry about it. I don't know how old you are, but I was exactly like that when I was 14-16. I thought girls were silly, and didn't want to do typical 'girly' things. I wasn't interested in having a boyfriend (though I did like hanging out with the guys; I've known a group of great guys since I was little, and we'd all just chat).

I'm older now, and I get along with females a little better than I used to (though I still don't understand the 'joys' of shopping, makeup, and gossip). I can appreciate a pretty woman. But that doesn't make me a lesbian, and it's not in a lusting way (I appreciate nice-looking guys too). I still don't like wearing feminine clothes (the last time I wore a skirt was for Easter), so I'm the person who wears loose button-up shirts instead of tight tube tops.

For a long time, I hated the fact I was a female, but I've grown out of that. It's hard was a teen, because your body's doing all those weird things and has crazy parts, and it made me mad and insecure and scared. There are still some things I don't like about it, but I can live with it. It just took some time to get used to.

And guys really did seem cooler back then. I mean, they're strong, and have gusto, and are brave, and they're not 'silly.' And that's sooo opposite how society perceives girls. Girls are expected to be weak, and sexy, and gossip, and like tragic romance movies, and be DRAMATIC. And fuss with makeup. And I didn't want to think of myself as that stereotypical GIRL. But as I got older, I realized that guys weren't that great (they could be pretty dang silly too). And also, that I didn't have to CARE about what 'girls' were supposed to be, and what 'guys' were supposed to be. I didn't have to think of myself as a guy or a girl (except for which public restroom to use!). I only had to be ME and do what *I* wanted to do.

Ah yes, I can be a fangirl too. I've got my favorite anime characters that make me squeal like a prototypical girl drooling over Edward Cullen.

I can't say I ever talked back to my teachers, though....

Bottom line: There's nothing weird about you. Maybe unusual, but unusual isn't always a bad thing. Too many people who think that if you're not like 80% of the population, then you need a label. ("What?? You don't want a BF? That must mean you're a lesbian!" etc, etc.)

Chill. Take it easy. Be who you want. And try not to get into any fistfights. ;-)

(sorry for rambling there...I think that was therapeutic for me...)
I need advice on a shoujo ai manga I'm creating....?
For those of you who aren't aware, shoujo ai means "girls' love" (Meaning lesbians.) It's about a girl named Kawara Masami, who has a hereditary disease her family had thought to have faded out many generations ago, but has now resurfaced in her. The disease causes the victem to be forced to physically switch genders for seven hours each day or night, depending on when it hits for that particular person. Kawara was orphaned as a guy due to her refusal to behave like a proper boy and accept the gender identity her parents had chosen for her. She was later adopted by a couple who was aware of her condition and deals with situations similar to hers, but they are hardly at home. Instead, she watches over her foster sister while they are away, and is visited by the family's relatives who perform many continous rituals on her to try to help cure or at least slow the disease from fully coming into it's natural growth. She has just began school in her new area, and that's where the story begins (as far as where the comic starts you off at. It gets to the rest later.) She starts her first day already being disrespected and disliked by the other students, but soon meets a girl named Haru Edami who protects her. Haru is known as both the creep and the school dyke, an avid fan of Marilyn Manson (which even the others who like similiar genres frown upon at her school, due to the fact of him being American and "a sell out"), and for all these things and more, she chooses to keep away from the other students in order to avoid as much drama as possible. There are many rumors surrounding her, but they are all untrue and clearly fake to one who truly knows Haru. Haru has some problems that add to her awkwardness as well, though. She sees horrfic images in her mind that seem realistic and often interfere with her communication abilities as well as her connection to reality.Anyhow, Haru sees Kawara on the first day, and quickly develops a crush, but questions whether or not to act on it and if it's of any use. When she starts to hear rumors spreading about Kawara("She's fake!", "She's turning girls!", "She's a slut!" "Her body is fake!",etc), she suspects the new girl feels like she once allowed herself to, and so decides to approach her. They become friends and that not-so-subtly develops into a real relationship, which, of course, starts an uproar at the school, and the first few months are rough, rocky, and chalkfull of antagonising, which Haru will have none of. As Kawara and Haru's relationship develops, they learn each other's secrets, and afterwars, Haru begins to suffer more and more from her visions. Concerned, Kawara calls her foster parents to seek help for her girlfriend, and they inform Kawara a little more about her condition. Apparently, there is some sort of connection between her disease and Haru's disturbing hallucinations, though I'm not yet sure of what. And THAT'S where you come in :) I want it to be some sort of circumstance where they have to suffer their conditions, but it's for the benifit of others, whether it be saving them or simply delivering them from some sort of agony,and I'd like to use it to incorperate more characters. I want Kawara to face the internal conflict of others hating her for no reason, and her knowing that they don't even know the whole story. I want Haru to face the conflict of having to save people who don't even like her and who she doesn't even like. I want Kawara to be sort of a dollish, feminine and cute figure in the story, but NOT ignorant or superficial or annoying. She is supposed to be soft, polite, funny, sweet, and slow to anger but easily upset. She feels confused by her genderless-ness and who she is, but doesn't really get past the frustration, never reaching the core of the internal conflict surrounding things. She lets other people get to her, but tries to appear cheerful anyway until she is alone. She's horrible at acting, though. I want Haru to be rougher, and more accepting of her situation with others rather than being frustrated and lonely, like Kawara, but she doesn't take ****. She is withdrawn and a deep thinker, and her emotions rarely show unless she's with Kawara and perhaps others later in the story. She likes industrial music and aggrotech more than any other type, and used to spend time at a nearby town's industrial/goth/electro/graver club when she needed to get away. So... what can you offer? I'll also accept tips, advice, and feedback as well as help with the gaps in the plot. Thank you! Please reply as soon as possible.
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I'm trying to make a shoujo ai manga...But I need advice?
For those of you who aren't aware, shoujo ai means "girls' love" (Meaning lesbians.) It's about a girl named Kawara Masami, who has a hereditary disease her family had thought to have faded out many generations ago, but has now resurfaced in her. The disease causes the victem to be forced to physically switch genders for seven hours each day or night, depending on when it hits for that particular person. Kawara was orphaned as a guy due to her refusal to behave like a proper boy and accept the gender identity her parents had chosen for her. She was later adopted by a couple who was aware of her condition and deals with situations similar to hers, but they are hardly at home. Instead, she watches over her foster sister while they are away, and is visited by the family's relatives who perform many continous rituals on her to try to help cure or at least slow the disease from fully coming into it's natural growth. She has just began school in her new area, and that's where the story begins (as far as where the comic starts you off at. It gets to the rest later.) She starts her first day already being disrespected and disliked by the other students, but soon meets a girl named Haru Edami who protects her. Haru is known as both the creep and the school dyke, an avid fan of Marilyn Manson (which even the others who like similiar genres frown upon at her school, due to the fact of him being American and "a sell out"), and for all these things and more, she chooses to keep away from the other students in order to avoid as much drama as possible. There are many rumors surrounding her, but they are all untrue and clearly fake to one who truly knows Haru. Haru has some problems that add to her awkwardness as well, though. She sees horrfic images in her mind that seem realistic and often interfere with her communication abilities as well as her connection to reality.Anyhow, Haru sees Kawara on the first day, and quickly develops a crush, but questions whether or not to act on it and if it's of any use. When she starts to hear rumors spreading about Kawara("She's fake!", "She's turning girls!", "She's a slut!" "Her body is fake!",etc), she suspects the new girl feels like she once allowed herself to, and so decides to approach her. They become friends and that not-so-subtly develops into a real relationship, which, of course, starts an uproar at the school, and the first few months are rough, rocky, and chalkfull of antagonising, which Haru will have none of. As Kawara and Haru's relationship develops, they learn each other's secrets, and afterwars, Haru begins to suffer more and more from her visions. Concerned, Kawara calls her foster parents to seek help for her girlfriend, and they inform Kawara a little more about her condition. Apparently, there is some sort of connection between her disease and Haru's disturbing hallucinations, though I'm not yet sure of what. And THAT'S where you come in :) I want it to be some sort of circumstance where they have to suffer their conditions, but it's for the benifit of others, whether it be saving them or simply delivering them from some sort of agony,and I'd like to use it to incorperate more characters. I want Kawara to face the internal conflict of others hating her for no reason, and her knowing that they don't even know the whole story. I want Haru to face the conflict of having to save people who don't even like her and who she doesn't even like. I want Kawara to be sort of a dollish, feminine and cute figure in the story, but NOT ignorant or superficial or annoying. She is supposed to be soft, polite, funny, sweet, and slow to anger but easily upset. She feels confused by her genderless-ness and who she is, but doesn't really get past the frustration, never reaching the core of the internal conflict surrounding things. She lets other people get to her, but tries to appear cheerful anyway until she is alone. She's horrible at acting, though. I want Haru to be rougher, and more accepting of her situation with others rather than being frustrated and lonely, like Kawara, but she doesn't take ****. She is withdrawn and a deep thinker, and her emotions rarely show unless she's with Kawara and perhaps others later in the story. She likes industrial music and aggrotech more than any other type, and used to spend time at a nearby town's industrial/goth/electro/graver club when she needed to get away. So... what can you offer? I'll also accept tips, advice, and feedback as well as help with the gaps in the plot. Thank you! Please reply as soon as possible.
I'm not a fan of Shoujo-ai or Yuri, but that sound quite interesting...more of, I could kinda see this as just a relationship based shoujo-ai like the shonen-ai/yaoi "Gravitation" with little to no intercourse acts...

I don't know what else to add...since I personally think its up to you, as it sounds pretty well thought of itself :D

But here is what I don't want to read with anything shoujo related...a third party comes in and disrupts the 2 that are already in love by falling in love with one of the 2 whom are in love. Whether it may be a male third party or female.
This happened in the yaoi novel/manga "Only the Ring Finger Knows" <the 3rd party character was a female, and she fell in love with the seme> and it REALLY pisses me off, because it just drags the story on longer which makes it boring, with conflict here, conflict there...

8D well that is just what I would want to avoid when reading a shonen-ai/yaoi manga/novel ROFL XD I guess it would also apply for shoujo-ai and yuri.

i'd like to read it once its done if its ok :)

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