Dis is my new character Rui o3o
He’s a trans boy cat demon that was sent to earth from Hell cuz he was to girly for the demons. Well he was suppose to prove himself by killing the humans so that he could get back in to hell but he found that being in Tokyo was the best and that he didn’t want to go back. He meets this seme named Kazuo who lets him dress in all the girl clothes he wants x3
I’m calling this Tokyo Akuma. When the other demons in hell get mad that Rui like earth and was happy so they go up and try to kidnap him back. Then Kazuo has to go through hell to get him back <333 it’s a romantic story ^_^
This is such an obvious self insert, holy crap.
The demon is so obviously a representation of yourself and everything you want to be. Living in Japan as a “boy” with a Japanese boyfriend who likes you to be a girl? (what?)
And the other demons so obviously represent your view of everyone else in “society” (don’t like your obsession with anime, don’t approve of your view on transgenders, tell you you’ll never go to Japan and become a mangaka), they banish the character because no one accepts you, and then they try to drag him back because people don’t want you to be happy and crush your dream.
Yeh you are fucking right and I dun care. You stupid fucks make it seem like self inserts are bad or somethig but art and stories are inspired from reality you dumb fuck. It ALWAYS has been that way.
I draw my charas and make up these stories to HELP me get through my fucking life before i can get to Japan and be truely happy -_- until then I gotta deal with you dumb bitches both online and offline so I go into my fantasies world to ease the pain you all cause me.
But whatever your just helping to make my stories more creative since as I said reality inspires fiction.
I honestly hate how people think self inserts or characters inspired by what you want are so bad.
There’s a difference between self inserts and Mary Sues. A lot of self inserts are tolerable and even GOOD, and as Lin’s story develops this character could be one of them.
Anyway, hope the development of Tokyo Akuma goes well for you, Lin!