Single teachers dating loving professional romances
Because Ageha grew up in the countryside with their grandmother while Hana was raised by their parents, the two girls ended up with drastically different personalities.For the most part, Ageha remains a silent and hidden student in the school, with only one friend (who isn't all that nice either).(I explain in spoilers if you choose to read.) But either way, the clothing, design, and characters are all too-well. 15-year-old country girl, Suzume Yosano, has to move to Tokyo to live with her uncle due to her father's transfer.She bumps into a mysterious man who ends up taking her to her uncle's place after she gets lost. I LOVE the manga, and would have loved it 100% if it wasn't for the ending. ) Anyway, the student DIDN'T end up with the teacher, even though I'm positive the author fully intended for that to happen but caved in due to all the pressure from her fans.Turns out, Suzume will be seeing him a lot more often once she starts school because... I really don't feel like ranting on this again, but you can read my full rant here: mangaka is my top favorite one of the century!Hatta Ayuko, the author who also wrote Ookami Shoujo To Kuro Ouji, is great at illustration and makes her story VERY flirty and adds a wow-I-can't-believe-I'm-reading-this feeling. But the last few pages very obviously hints that they got together. Although a bit unrealistic and predictive, the story is still amusing and cute to read.Their relationship is very flirty and something you'd definitely root for! Their parents mostly work hard for their best education.
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Iku loves her big brother Yori enough that she would risk losing him and she'll do what it takes to keep them together. You can read the manga here: Though the brother and sister didn't officially get together, it is very obviously hinted that after they met when they were older, they continued their relationship. =D The way the mangaka plots the story makes it seem as if the teacher/counselor is a student rather than some older dude who takes responsibilities.
The counselor/teacher is also a bit perverted, so that makes this story a thriller. The author also wrote Peach Girl, which is a really love-triangle type of manga. Summary: The story is about an ordinary (and rather unpopular) girl named Ageha who is constantly overshadowed by her popular and beautiful twin sister, Hana.
At what point does it become acceptable for a student to date a teacher?
It's obviously a hard no if the student is underage, but some colleges have banned student-teacher sex completely, even between consenting adults.