Kannazuki no Miko was brought to you by the mangaka that brought you Steel Angel Kurumi and UFO Princess Valkyrie.
This one-volume manga is award-winning manga team CLAMP's rendition of Lewis Carroll's .
The plot revolves around the special "soeur" (French for "sister") relationship that occurs between and older student and a younger student. He gets rejected, and goes to the top of a mountain to pick flowers. The pilot restores the boy to life but screws up -- so now he is a she.
The plot revolves around the love triangle that crops up between the three main characters. It's about not one, not two, but three (3) all-girl's Catholic schools that share a single dormitory: the Strawberry Dorms.
When put together, the definition should be obvious.
The actual plot (interrupted by some of the lamest and most boring mecha fights in the history of art itself) revolves around the complex relationship between the two fledgeling miko, because one has to kill the other in order to actually and completely save the world.For reference, the English dub tried to remove references to any kind of lesbianism. One of these "cousins" dressed up like a man often.The obvious yuri couple in Sailor Moon became cousins... Each of the anime listed below features shojo-ai in a limited manner. Just because it isn't the focus doesn't mean it isn't completely obvious.Some people in fact prefer the shonen-derived shojo-ai because of the supposedly healthier portrayal of lesbians as sexual beings.This is a load of crap for two reasons: 1) it's mass market media and (this is the more important reason) 2) lesbians sell. It's about an all-girl's Catholic school named after the lily (a good sign you're watching some kind of shojo-ai). It's about a boy who falls in love with a girl and confesses his feelings for her.