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Score: 7.73/10

Araburu Kisetsu no Otome-domo yo.

Eng Title : O Maidens in Your Savage Season

Alt Title : Maidens of the Savage Season

JP Title : 荒ぶる季節の乙女どもよ。

Year : 2019

Genre : Comedy, Drama, Romance, School, Shounen

Season : Summer 2019

Status : Complete

Rating : PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Episodes : 12/12

Duration : 24 min. per ep.

Studios : Lay-duce

Synopsis

When they were little kids laughing and playing together, Izumi Norimoto and Kazusa Onodera were like siblings. But as their bodies matured into middle school, Kazusa began seeing him as something different; unfortunately for her, so did the other girls. Ostracized, Kazusa had no choice but to distance herself from him going into high school. After joining the literature club, however, she finds friends that keep her mind occupied. Known throughout the school for reading aloud sex scenes in literature novels, the club's reputation has kept all teachers from accepting the task of being their adviser. During a discussion about what they would put on their bucket list, one of the girls says one thing: sex. This single word sends ripples throughout the five girls, as the thought of sex begins taking over their daily lives. And, after walking in on Izumi during a very private moment, Kazusa is sent into a spiral of emotion that forces her to face her true feelings for him. Now, with their hearts racing and the literature club facing immediate disbandment, the five girls must work hard to keep both their sanities and their club alive. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

I’d been looking forward to this adaptation of Mari Okada’s coming-age-dramedy ever since I read the manga for the first time awhile back, and Studio Lay-duce has not disappointed in how they’ve translated this funny, biting, and delightfully honest story to the screen. We’ve seen more and more anime recently that have attempted to explore female adolescence through a lens of honesty and empathy that doesn’t skirt past the awkward and uncomfortable phases of youth that other shows choose to tip-toe around, or simply play for raunchy laughs. What makes O Maidens such a great story is that it acknowledges the horrible paradox of puberty, where sex is both terrifying and humiliating, yet often inescapable and infuriatingly alluring.

You need look no further than the title, which cribs one of the episode’s central jokes that I can’t help but find supremely hilarious (and absolutely on point). The girls in the Literature Club have been doing what so many young nerds do at their age: They’ve discovered that the high-minded literature that is coveted by adult society is horny as all get out, and they’re using the graphic depictions of lust and love in the books they read as tools for their informal, communal sexual education. I have obviously never been a teenage girl growing up in Japanese society, where young women’s sexual expression can be even more difficult to explore and learn about in a healthy way, but I can totally remember when I was a kid getting both freaked out and inspired by all of the dirty stuff hiding between the covers of the grown-up books. When Kazusa, Niina, and the other girls are confounded by a book’s culinary euphemisms for a woman’s bodily fluids, they get trapped in a feedback loop of making involuntary dirty jokes (as most kids do). When a flustered Rika proclaims that promiscuous girls must taste like miso soup “down there”, there’s no coming back from it. Poor Kazusa can’t even watch her mom make a homemade meal without her mind turning to the gutter.

It’s a difficult time that can be hilarious to look back on as an adult, even when one is also remembering how hard it could be to handle all of those feelings to begin with. O Maidens uses this understanding of melancholy nostalgia with surgical precision, engineering what may be the most awkward visit to a childhood friends’ home in the history of anime. It begins when Kazusa catches her crush Izumi right in the middle of what looks to be a very rigorous session of self-pleasure – the kid is whacking away with the door unlocked and the volume up loud, with his feet double-docked on top of his desk like a professional pole polisher, which means he’s either incredibly stupid or just banking on the thrill of getting caught. Either way, Kazusa hits sex overload at this point, and what follows is a montage of ridiculously euphemistic store names and trains careening into tunnels that manages to be gut-bustlingly funny and painfully relatable all at once.

O Maidens in Your Savage Season’s premiere is a home run for anyone looking for an anime that isn’t afraid to cringe along with its cast as they figure out exactly where they stand on the topic of sex and growing up. It won’t be for everybody, but it’s easily earned a top spot on my watch list for the summer. You can also free Araburu Kisetsu no Otome-domo yo anime watch online and free download.

In a season stacked with big Shonen shows, all with high production values and great advertising, alongside many sequels and the usual isekai spam, it is easy to overlook true gems. Maidens in your savage seasons is one of those easily overlooked gems. At first glance this anime looks a lot one of those basic Ecchi shows that just focuses on lewd dialogue, sex jokes, and random sexual shots of girls and boys inadvertently walking in on each other undressed. However, this show differs in that it does all of this with exceptional dialogue and execution, it is the difference between some basic otaku pandering Ecchi show and highbrow erotic art. The characters in this show all are young high schoolers who are sexually repressed, as they are youth, in what is a fairly sexually conservative society. As the story unfolds each girl has their own backstory given to us through their interactions with the cast and some flash backs. Kazusa has a childhood friend who they realize they are in love with when they inadvertently walk in on them pleasuring themselves. Hongou is an aspiring writer and tries to “seduce” a teacher in order to learn more about romance and improve her writing. Momoko is likely gay but is having a hard time coming to terms with it. Rika is an uptight reserved girl who actually is just jealous that she is missing out on sex and romance, so she copes by looking down on people with fulfilling love lives. Finally, Niina has had a fairly fucked up view on romance as she was mentored by an obvious lolicon for most of her childhood but developed some weird sort of Stockholm syndrome for him and is actually mad that he did not molest her. These girls are all crafted wonderfully with lots of nuance through interactions with other characters, foreshadowing, and their internal monologues which greatly humanized them and made them very likable. While the plot execution does take a wild turn in the last few episodes, it actually is preferable to similar shows where cast falls apart due to backstabbing and fighting over each other’s boyfriend. The writing is very good, far more than one would ever expect from a show with this premise. Short comments by side characters, lines from the novels the girls were reading, and dialogue early in the show foreshadowed most of what happened in the story, but it isn’t obvious until the viewer finishes the show. This show is definitely worth a watch not just once but twice, one time to see it unfold and a second time to see everything that was overlooked and carefully foreshadowed the first time. Another aspect about this show that was great were the production values. Visual directing is hard to master for action shows, let alone a rom com coming of age anime. The show has great framing and cinematography, excellent effects, and clean animation when it counts, these things are normally lacking in most low brow Ecchi shows. The sound is also quite impressive, although the opening does pale in comparison to the fire fighting anime, the sound and animation still place it in the top 3 for me this season, the background music and effective change in pace during confessions were also quite exquisite. Finally, and most importantly, the overall message of this show is delivered perfectly. Love is a complex thing, most of our media revolves around it, most people in our society seek it, and it is something that is hard to define. This anime encapsulates love and carnal desire from the point of view of teenage girls in a serious manner, something most anime will tend to shy away from doing. It tells people that girls are sexual beings just like men and they have to come to terms with their sexuality, while understanding that everyone is an individual who may have a different approach to coming to terms with themselves.

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