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Seven Seas Adds ‘Love Me for What I Am’ LGBT+ Manga

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Mogumo is a cute but lonely high school student who just wants a few loving friends. Fellow student Iwaoka Tetsu invites Mogumo to work at his family’s café for “cross-dressing boys,” but he makes an incorrect assumption: Mogumo is non-binary and doesn’t identify as a boy or a girl.

Seven Seas Entertainment has a really neat new license acquisition with the reveal of Love Me for What I Am. The series, known as Fukakai na Boku no Subete o, comes from Kata Konayama which began in 2018 as serialized in Comic MeDu magazine for GOT. The project has two volumes out so far in Japan and is ongoing.

Seven Seas will bring it out for the first time in North America in print and on digital platforms in single volume editions. The first volume will be released on June 2, 2020 for $12.99 USA / $16.99 CAN.

Plot Concept: Mogumo is a cute but lonely high school student who just wants a few loving friends. Fellow student Iwaoka Tetsu invites Mogumo to work at his family’s café for “cross-dressing boys,” but he makes an incorrect assumption: Mogumo is non-binary and doesn’t identify as a boy or a girl. However, Mogumo soon finds out that the café is run by LGBT+ folks of all stripes, all with their own reasons for congregating there. This touching manga explores gender, gender presentation, and sexuality from many different angles, including the ways people are pushed to conform in a world that doesn’t understand them…until the world begins to learn, one person at a time.

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