I love that when Makoto first tells Haru he should visit him, he’s all tsundere
But upon considering the followingDoes a complete 180 and shows up like “Yes Husbando. I have come with lunch. For my Husbando. Whom is Mine. And not Kisumi’s.”Then shows up again the next day like “Look honey, I’ve brought the children.”
"Just in case there was any confusion that we are, in fact, married."
Because it’s a reality and It happened to me (among many other dancers I know) I started to study ballet in a serious way when I was 7,and like the majority of ballet schools my school was using the Vaganova system. I grown up in an environment where everything was about “beauty” of lines and being thin and long. The teachers were all the time telling us the we were too fat and ugly and short and will never be able to dance professionally (Many girls were expelled from the school for having boobs) By 16 I was bulimic with the only thought in my mind that I needed to be thiner to be more elegant and look cleaner on stage (During all my time dancing Vaganova I never ever was told to think on the character or anything else besides look good in the stage) I had to be hospitalized and it was a horrible experience but did opened my eyes that was I was doing is studying to be a hyperextended mannequin not a performer.
When they let me out of the hospital I decided to change school leaving the Vaganova method to learning american (Balanchine) and cuban methods.
At the beginning the transition was rough cause I was told all my life that looks were all that matter in ballet or at least in russian ballet. Cuban and Balanchine changed my persperctive and my love for ballet cause it was a theatrical approach to characters. A system that demanded to think and not only worry about your leg height or how thin you are. It allow me to have a decent diet and even to go to the gym and build a better body with more stamina (New Misty Copeland’s publicity it’s a great example that you don’t have to be a broom stick to be a good dancer).
And now I have almost 10 years working as a professional dancer and teacher.