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Sukisho (also sometimes spelled Sukisyo, its formal title being Suki na Mono wa Suki Dakara Shôganai!! or "I like what I like, so there!") is a Boys Love Light Novel on which a 12-episode Anime series and Boys Love Game are based.

The story of Sukisho focuses on high school students Hashiba Sora, who lost his entire memory when he fell out of a 4th story window, and Fujimori Sunao, who just transferred to the same school after having disappeared for years. After being released from the hospital, Sora meets Ran, Sunao's second personality. Though Ran seems to despise Sora, he claims that Sora also shares his body with a second person, Yoru, who happens to be Ran's boyfriend. Unfortunately, Yoru and Ran tend to come out mostly when Sora and Sunao are asleep and tend to make the most of the limited time they have together. Hilarity and insanity ensue.

Though Sukisho has a definite BL theme, it also has many aspects of a mystery show, solving the secret of Sora and Sunao's Dark and Troubled Past. As the show continues, more evidence is uncovered that Sora's fall was no accident, Yoru and Ran are not what they seem to be, as well as some darker themes from when they were childhood friends. And then there's another party hiding in the shadows...

Note that while the anime is light and fluffy - the game is much, much darker, and viewer discretion is advised. Also bring a tissue if you're going to play it all the way through.

The anime is a highly severe case of Cast Full of Pretty Boys, with no female characters appearing on screen at all. The part of The Chick is taken by Wholesome Crossdresser Nanami, who is feminine to an extreme, and seems to be Happily Married with Shinichirou.


Tropes used in Sukisho include:
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