To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (2023)

If you buy something from a Polygon link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

It’s Valentine’s Day, so we’re all obviously thinking about one thing: anime. Right?

Specifically, we’re thinking about the anime we love — and even more specifically, the anime characters we love. And to narrow it down even further, the anime boys we love. The best boys of anime. As it turns out, there are a lot of Best Boys. So many Best Boys that we became overwhelmed and really had to think about what defines a Best Boy.

When we tried to find a singular answer to that question, we fell flat. The typical definition according to anime fans usually lends itself to a wholesome do-gooder type, but y’know… sometimes the universally acknowledged Best Boy of a series just isn’t your Best Boy. In fact, it’s impossible to define what a Best Boy is, because it varies drastically between fans. It’s not just a favorite character, it’s someone you personally find particularly compelling and intriguing, someone you care for because of specific personality facets. Or maybe, depending on your speed, it’s just someone you think is hot.

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, three Polygon staffers came together to reflect on what they see as Best Boy material, and single out some of the anime boys who defined what that means for them.

Petrana Radulovic’s boyz

Personal definition of Best Boy:

For me, a Best Boy is a compelling character. For whatever reason (you can psychoanalyze me later), the characters I find most interesting tend to be little shits with secret hearts of gold — or inversely, nice fellows who have a mischievous or edgy streak. There are some exceptions, but usually, it comes down to the way I like boys who are much more than they appear. My shortlist:

Sugawara from Haikyuu!!

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (1) Image: Production I.G.

Suga probably fits the archetypical description of Best Boy (ie; good, wholesome) more than anyone else on my list, but I cannot emphasize enough that he’s also a cheeky little shit. It took a bit for me to zero in on him as my favorite character, but the minute I realized there was more nuance to his niceness, I knew he was the one. He’s basically the Team Mom of the Karasuno High School Volleyball team, providing emotional support and encouragement to the players — while also teasing his teammates and performing embarrassing cheerleading moves for them. Sugawara also personally resonates with me because his experience on the team reflects my own athletic experiences.

Howl from Howl’s Moving Castle

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (2) Image: Studio Ghibli/GKids
(Video) To Every You I've Loved Before Movie | Official Trailer - New PV

I loved Howl before I loved any other anime boy. Howl’s Moving Castle was my first Ghibli movie, and even my first foray into anime, so you could really say that for this gal, it all begins with Howl. He’s suave, smooth, and incredibly powerful, but also pretentious, fixated on his personal appearance, and cowardly. But by the end of the movie, he grows the courage to protect the people he loves. There’s the heart of gold I love! That beautiful hair! The fashion! The Christian Bale voice! The scene where he swoops in to save Sophie from some pushy soldiers and then they fly across the city together lives in my head rent-free.

Shigure Sohma from Fruits Basket (2019)

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (3) Image: TMS Entertainment

OK, yes, manga readers, I know there’s something suspicious about Shigure, but… I still love him. He absolutely fits the complete-little-shit vibe too. He may not have a heart of gold, but he does have hidden depths, and he knows more than he lets on. I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention Ayame and Hatori, his two BFFs, though, because really, it’s the trio dynamic of flamboyant costume designer, flirty scheming author, and stoic, serious doctor that is just [chef’s kiss].

Miyuki Shirogane from Love is War

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (4) Image: A-1 Pictures

My favorite part of Shirogane’s design is the deep lines he has under his eyes, because my boy is just so tired. The class president seems like a reserved hardass, but he’s actually easily embarrassed and just a total sweetheart on the inside. He gets very excited about space! He overanalyzes every social interaction he has with vice president Kaguya! He tries very hard all the time, and he just needs to rest! He only deserves good things.

Mikoto Mikoshiba from Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (5) Image: Doga Kobo

Mikoto is the type of guy who says embarrassingly forward, flirty things to girls, then immediately regrets it because of how stupid they sound out loud. I respect that energy. He’s actually incredibly shy behind that annoying playboy facade. Mikoto also plays a lot of dating sims, so I feel like we’d get along IRL.

Kurapika from Hunter x Hunter

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (6) Image:Viz Media

I don’t even know where to begin with this one, because frankly, when I started this list, I had loudmouth-jerk-with-secret-heart-of-gold Leorio on here for Hunter x Hunter. But as I’ve watched more of the show, stoic and noble Kurapika’s quest for complete vengeance in the name of his murdered people is just really vibing with me! Like Suga before, I originally overlooked him because he seemed too Reserved and Cool, but he grew on me when I realized how snarky he was. Now he’s absolutely my favorite character because of the desperate measures he’s taking to achieve his goal, spiraling deeper and deeper… It’s the tragique backstory for me.

Ana Diaz’s boyz

Personal definition of Best Boy:

(Video) A Brief Explaination (To Every You I've Loved Before &To Me,The one who loved you)|Hindi|The Uncaged

My list definitely skews toward boys I would categorize as “aggressively earnest.” For the most part, I like the kind of character who wears his heart on his sleeve, and isn’t afraid to show it. However, there are a couple curveballs in this list that fall more on the “flawed, chaotic mentor” side. Regardless, I think they’re all net good, and I could see myself being friends with any of them at the end of the day.

Tanjiro Kamado from Demon Slayer

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (7) Image: Funimation

Tanjiro Kamado from Demon Slayer is not just a “best boy” for me, he is also the goodest boy I have seen in anime, ever. Tanjiro is the epitome of the boy you want to take home to meet your parents. He’s genuine, loving, and kind: his commitment to saving his little sister is unwavering, and it inspires the best in those around him. That he does this while bearing the weight of his mother’s and siblings’ death makes him all the more upstanding. He is truly a main character befitting of the title “hero,” regardless of his actual power level.

Shoyo Hinata from Haikyuu!!

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (8) Image: Sentai Filmworks

Hinata Shoyo from Haikyuu!! shines — literally. When he jumps up to spike the ball, the spotlight is all on him, and for good reason. He’s amazing at volleyball in spite of his short stature. He’s so earnest that it makes me cringe, and I love him because of that. When all seems down, Hinata’s excitement and genuine love of volleyball cuts through the tension of the most intense game, and grounds his entire team.

Toru Oikawa from Haikyuu!!

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (9) Image: Sentai Filmworks

Haikyuu!! fans might be wondering what Toru Oikawa is doing on this list, and to that, I say, “You don’t get it.” A moody pretty boy, Oikawa is a far cry from the previous two entries on my list. Yes he bullies other characters, but here’s what I’ll say about Oikawa: He’s actually one of the more emotionally complex characters on Haikyuu!!, and that endears him to me tremendously. As a setter, he is known not for his skill, but for his ability to bring out his teammates’ strengths. He’s arguably one of the series’ most developed characters, and he’s certainly my favorite. (Sorry, Hinata.)

Killua Zoldyck from Hunter x Hunter

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (10) Image: Madhouse/Viz Media

Why isn’t Killua Zoldyck the main character of Hunter x Hunter? Seriously, I would rather watch the show with him leading it. While Killua is written to help the audience see why the main character, Gon, is so great, his loving view of Gon just endears him to me even more. Yes, he’s an assassin, and yes, he’s likely killed hundreds of characters canonically, but we catch him just as he’s turning away from all that. Killua is breaking from generations of trauma and forging his own path. Even though he’s strong, all I want to do is protect him.

Tamaki Suoh from Ouran Host Club

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (11) Image: Bones Inc.

Everytime I hear the name Tamaki Suoh, I can’t help but think of how he refers to himself as “Daddy,” since he’s the founder of his school club. Overbearing, annoying, and difficult, Tamaki is an absolute child. The thing with Tamaki, though, is that he’s able to grow. I actually do appreciate how much he admires Haruhi Fujioka, his love interest, and how willing he is to follow her and let her lead. While he cares about shallow things like looks or money, he cares about Haruhi and his friends more than anything.

(Video) to all the fictional boys i’ve loved before💕

Satoru Gojo from Jujutsu Kaisen

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (12) Image: MAPPA

Satoru Gojo is a new fan favorite for Jujutsu Kasien viewers, and for good reason. He’s goofy! I don’t know what it is, but something about the most powerful characters being some of the most down-to-earth really resonates with me. He’s a wonderful mentor, even if he’s clumsy at times — he cares about the kids and is a good role model. If I was going through tough times, he’s the kind of character that I could turn to.

Kisuke Urahara from Bleach

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (13) Image: Studio Pierrot

Kisuke Urahara was the first e-boy. There, I said it. He wears a stupid bucket hat and keeps his hair long, and like Miyuki Shirogane above, he also looks tired all the time. He’s super shady and an asshole, but he also isn’t afraid to cut through the nonsense and do what is morally right. Do the ends justify the means? Urahara would probably say yes. And while he puts Ichigo Kurosaki through some real bullshit, he is also ultimately responsible for kicking off Ichigo’s journey. He could stand to care about others more, but things somehow always work out according to his plan.

Julia Lee’s boyz

Personal definition of Best Boy:

These are just boys I think are neat. I do have some boys in here that are good boys. They’re pure, they’re guys I would feel comfortable setting my friends up with. But some of these boys are not good boys. Even so, I would still like to hold their hands while they presumably try to rip my arm off.

Steven Stone from Pokémon

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (14) Image: The Pokémon Company via Bulbapedia

I love every iteration of Steven Stone from the various Pokémon media, and I have since I was young, but I want to specifically speak about the version from Pokémon Adventures, the manga. He’s got red eyes and a powerful set of steel-type ’mons. He wears a gaudy “champion’s cape” that signals, yes, he’s the best around in the Hoenn region, and he proves he’ll sacrifice himself to protect said region.

Legoshi from Beastars

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (15) Image: Orange/Netflix

Call me a furry. Do it. I don’t even care anymore. Legoshi the wolf is a good boy, you know it and I know it. I would die for Legoshi. He cares so much about his friends and his rabbit crush Haru. He goes through so much just to protect her, including from himself. He’s a loyal doggy boy, and I love him.

(Video) These anime movies broke my mind and heart

Trafalgar Law from One Piece

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (16) Image: Toei Animation

When Law first showed up in the One Piece manga, flipping off the reader, my heart throbbed. I love a stupid bad boy, but Eiichiro Oda has also done an excellent job of making him into something of a goof. The Strawhat Pirates pick on him and poke at him for fun, turning him into a really likable character beyond being a cool ally. He’s also a surgeon who has a talking bear as a companion, and pilots a yellow submarine. What isn’t to like?

Jin from Samurai Champloo

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (17) Image: Manglobe

Samurai Champloo does a good job of making all three of the main characters really likeable. When I watch Mugen and Jin in combat, the animation is so good, I can’t help but to form a little weird crush on them. But the episode where Jin helps Shino escape her fate and run away? Yeesh, I’m ashamed to talk about how far I fell at that point.

Kotetsu Kaburagi from Tiger & Bunny

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (18) Image: Bandai Namco Pictures

I don’t have too much to explain here. Kotetsu is a hard-working guy who is trying his best to impress his daughter and also stay in the loop among the other young heroes. He’s also a super hot dad.

Tatsu from The Way of the House Husband

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (19) Viz Media

Tatsu is literally the ideal man. He knows how to meticulously clean a house, cook good food, fight for bargains at the grocery store, and everything else you would expect from a functioning adult. But he also knows how to fight and intimidate people just by existing. The former yakuza has truly won my heart, because not only is he a great house husband, he’s ride-or-die for his lucky wife — and that’s yakuza loyalty.

Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez from Bleach

To all the anime boys we’ve loved before (20) Image: Bandai Namco/Klab

Man, I did not have a Bleach phase as a teen. I knew about a lot of the characters, and knew which ones I found hot, but given how polarized the takes were about the ending, I never cared to read it. Coronavirus quarantine got me to read Bleach. And as predicted, I fell madly in love with Grimmjow. His stupid jawbone? Good. His undying attachment to Ichigo? Good. The little jumpsuit he gets in the final arc? Good. He’s also voiced by Junichi Suwabe, which did not help me not fall for him. Even if the ending of Bleach was bad, Grimmjow is good.


Is it OK to fall in love with an anime character? ›

It's perfectly normal to love a fictional character, feeling lonely because they're not real is also normal and perfectly fine. One piece of advice I can give you though is to not let him take over your life and realise that he is not real.

Is it okay to simp for Pokemon? ›

As long as you do not go overboard and let it take over your life, a lot more people simp for characters than you might think. And while there are cringe-worthy fans, there are also perfectly normal fans of characters, who look just like any other person on the surface, but are simps underneath it all.

Who is the most crushed on anime character? ›

10 Anime characters with a huge crush
  • Misa Amane (Image via Madhouse)
  • Himiko Toga (Image via Bones)
  • Takemichi (Image via Crunchyroll)
  • Aoi Todo (Image via MAPPA)
  • Boa Hancock (Image via Viz Media)
  • Hinata and Naruto (Image via Pierrot)
  • Android 18 kisses Krillin (Image via Toei Animation)
Feb 9, 2022

Is anime lover a weeb? ›

As we've covered, otakus are enthusiasts of all things anime. Weebs, on the other hand, have a wider scope of interests specifically related to Japanese culture. The word “otaku” is also more commonly used in Japan, whereas “weeb” is directly related to non-Japanese individuals.

Is it legal to marry anime characters? ›

Recently, a number of legally-binding anime-themed wedding registration forms have gone into circulation in Japan, letting couples who share a love of, say, Pokémon, or Sailor Moon, make their first step into married life an otaku-appropriate one.

Is it rude to call a guy a simp? ›

Simp is a slang insult for men who are seen as too attentive and submissive to women, especially out of a failed hope of winning some entitled sexual attention or activity from them. Translation? The word simp is meant to troll young men for doing anything for a girl to get some action he supposedly deserves.

Is simping creepy? ›

Although simping is not as severe or creepy as stalking, such behaviors may get seen as weak or desperate since it is a pointless endeavor that everyone can see but the simp.

Can a girl be a simp for a guy? ›

While most people use “simp” to describe men who date women, anyone can engage in simp behavior. According to Hafeez, insecure people of any gender or orientation are likely to show disregard for others' boundaries.

Who is the number 1 anime character? ›

1. Goku — Dragon Ball. This Saiyan warrior is the quintessential shonen hero, having inspired many iconic anime heroes that followed him. Sent to Earth as a baby to destroy humanity, Goku ends up becoming its greatest protector.

What is Korean anime called? ›

To distinguish it from its Japanese counterpart, Korean animation is often called hanguk aeni (Korean: 한국 애니; lit. Korean animation) or guksan aeni (Korean: 국산 애니; lit. domestic animation).

How old is Killua? ›

Hunter x Hunter Characters Statistics Chart
Killua Zoldyck12July 7th, 1987
Kurapika Kurta17April 4th, 1982
Leorio Paradinight19March 3rd, 1980
Hisoka Morrow28June 6, 1971
15 more rows
Apr 15, 2023

What is anime addict called? ›

Otaku (Japanese: おたく, オタク, or ヲタク) is a Japanese word that describes people with consuming interests, particularly in anime, manga, video games, or computers.

What is an anime girlfriend called? ›

Waifu is a term for a fictional character, usually in anime or related media, that someone has great, and sometimes romantic, affection for.

Is otaku an insult in Japan? ›

In Japan, otaku is generally regarded as an offensive word, due to the negative cultural perception of withdrawal from society. However, the otaku philosophy of living has gained traction among Japanese youth and adolescents, likely as a reaction to the established culture of intense work and academic studies.

What is the legal age in anime? ›

According to the website Age of Consent, Japan's age of consent is set to 13 years old, though there are rules set in place to protect minors aged 13-18. It goes without saying that anyone younger than 13 is not eligible to consent to a sexual relationship, making it criminal to approach those under that age.

Who is Hatsune Miku dating? ›

My name is Akihiko Kondo. My job is a civil servant. I married Hatsune Miku, who lives in my house.

Do characters kiss in anime? ›

Kissing in anime doesn't happen much for the same reason kissing in TV shows rarely happens. When the characters/actors are kissing they aren't talking or moving the plot. For a romance heavy series a kiss is meaningful thing that doesn't happen just because it can but because the anticipation for it has been created.

What is a female simp? ›

Simp is an internet slang term describing someone who shows excessive sympathy and attention toward another person, typically someone who does not reciprocate the same feelings, in pursuit of affection or a sexual relationship. Urban Dictionary defines a simp as "someone who does way too much for a person they like".

What is simp short for? ›

Simp is short for simpleton : I would never be foolish enough to say to anyone in my workplace that he is a simp. disapproving. someone who tries too hard to do what another person wants, especially in a romantic relationship: "I miss loving someone and doing everything for them." "You big simp."

What is the opposite of simp? ›

(slang) Opposite of a simple person lacking common sense. sage. philosopher. sensible person. wise man.

What is a simp crush? ›

Simp describes somebody who tries very hard and does a lot for their crush.

How do I know if I'm a simp? ›

Now, the definition means *thanks, Urban Dictionary*, “someone who does way too much for the person they like.” So, a simp is someone who treats another person with respect and kindness only in hopes of starting a romantic or sexual relationship. In other words, a simp isn't being honest.

What is a pick me girl? ›

Noun. pick-me girl (plural pick-me girls) (slang, derogatory) A woman who asserts that she is unlike (and sometimes better than) most other women, in order to gain attention, approval, or validation from men.

How do you tell if a girl is a simp? ›

However, the dynamic can play out in all types of relationships, and a woman who behaves this way might also be considered a simp.) A simp exhibits fawning, groveling, or debasing behavior, possibly doing things they wouldn't normally do or that compromise their values or make them look silly.

Who invented the word simp? ›

The word 'Simp' was first coined in 1985, after US rapper Too Short used it in his 1985 hit 'Pimpology”. The word at that time was to describe someone who is a stupid.

Who is the rudest anime character? ›

10 Anime Heroes Who Are Unapologetically Rude
  1. 1 Senku Ishigami (Dr. Stone)
  2. 2 Yusuke Urameshi (YuYu Hakusho) ...
  3. 3 Joseph Joestar (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure) ...
  4. 4 Katsuki Bakugo (My Hero Academia) ...
  5. 5 Vegeta (Dragon Ball) ...
  6. 6 Ichigo Kurosaki (Bleach) ...
  7. 7 Levi Ackerman (Attack On Titan) ...
  8. 8 Monkey D. ...
Feb 7, 2022

What gender watches anime the most? ›

35% of males like anime compared to 27% of females, according to a US survey. The gender differences can also be seen in the percentage of those who said they've never heard of Japanese anime.

Who is the strongest god in anime? ›

  1. 1 Yato - Noragami.
  2. 2 Beerus - Dragon Ball. ...
  3. 3 Tet - No Game No Life. ...
  4. 4 Arceus - Pokemon. ...
  5. 5 Zeus - Record Of Ragnarok. ...
  6. 6 The Truth - Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. ...
  7. 7 Haruhi Suzumiya - The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. ...
  8. 8 Kaguya Otsutsuki - Naruto. ...
Feb 15, 2023

Who is strongest in anime? ›

  • Apr 11, 2023, 11:02 PM IST. 9 Strongest Anime Characters of All Time. ...
  • Goku. Goku is the main protagonist of the Dragon Ball franchise. ...
  • Saitama. Saitama is the main protagonist of the anime series, One Punch Man. ...
  • Naruto Uzumaki. ...
  • Monkey D Luffy. ...
  • Ichigo Kurosaki. ...
  • Natsu Dragneel. ...
  • Light Yagami.
Apr 11, 2023

Which anime is king of anime? ›

1 Bojji - Ranking Of Kings

There is no doubt that Bojji is not only one of the strongest anime kings of all time but also the most intelligent and kindest one. He was the tiny crown prince of the Bosse Kingdom who became king after defeating his mighty father King Bosse.

What is Japan anime called? ›

In Japan, "anime," pronounced "ah-nee-meh," are cartoons that date back to the early 1900s. A related Japanese term is "manga," which refers to animated cartoons and comics in general, not necessarily in the anime style. Outside Japan, the terms manga and anime are often used synonymously.

What is a Chinese anime called? ›

In Chinese, donghua (simplified Chinese: 动画; traditional Chinese: 動畫; pinyin: dònghuà) describes all animated works, regardless of style or origin. However, outside of China and in English, donghua is colloquial for Chinese animation and refers specifically to animation produced in China.

What is anime actually called? ›

The term anime [a·nuh·mei] is a Japanese colloquialism used as an abbreviation for the term “animation.” Generally in Japan, the word anime (written アニメ) is synonymous with animation of any kind from anywhere. Internationally, however, anime is typically referred to as animation that is produced from Japan.

Is Killua sibling a girl? ›

Alluka Zoldyck

Her sex is listed as male and some characters do refer to her in male terms, but Alluka's brother Killua always refers to her as his “sister” and the fact that she is transgender is never explicitly brought up. She has a feminine appearance and her genitals are never brought up.

Did Killua have a crush? ›

Killua IS in love with Gon.

Does Hisoka have a crush on Gon? ›

Hisoka was obviously intrigued by Gon already from that moment, but Hunter x Hunter fandom thinks that he started to have a crush on Gon, only when they met for the 2nd time. Hisoka is completely obsessed with Gon, what is emphasized almost every time Hisoka appears on screen.

What is it called when you are in love with an anime character? ›

It's called "otaku love." Otaku is a Japanese term used to describe people who are passionate about anime, manga, and ot.

Is it OK to fall in love with a fictional character? ›

It may seem funny but some people rely on these people as comfort characters. It is completely normal! Even if they are animated… don't worry, you're not crazy.

Is it OK to fantasize about an anime character? ›

Is it weird to fantasize a fictional character? Hardly. Fantasies are a healthy way for us to make hypotheticals about what sort of person we'd like to have as a mate, much like dating is how we learn what kind of person we're compatible with.

Is falling in love with a fictional character a mental illness? ›

Fictiophilia is not an officially recognized disorder. The main reason for this is that most people form healthy parasocial relationships. They learn from their favorite characters, admire them, assimilate their traits, and move on with their lives. Being obsessed with fictional characters is a rare phenomenon.

What is a female anime lover called? ›

Otaku (Japanese: おたく, オタク, or ヲタク) is a Japanese word that describes people with consuming interests, particularly in anime, manga, video games, or computers.

What is an anime husband called? ›

husbando (plural husbandos or husbandoes) (fandom slang) A fictional male character from non-live-action visual media (typically an anime, manga, or video game) to whom one is attracted and/or whom one considers their significant other. quotations ▼

Is Fictosexual Asexual? ›

Fictosexuality is a sexual attraction towards fictional characters. Though not all fictosexuals identify themselves as gray asexuals, fictosexual individuals who do not experience sexual attraction towards real people are considered to be on the asexual spectrum.

What does Fictosexual mean? ›

Fictosexuality, fictoromance, and fictophilia are terms that have recently become popular in online environments as indicators of strong and lasting feelings of love, infatuation, or desire for one or more fictional characters.

Is it okay to sexualize fictional characters? ›

Sexualizing fictional characters is a relatively safe way of introducing sexuality and sensuality as an everyday part of life. In the real world for most individuals, sexuality and sexual attraction is just another fact of existence. Sexuality is a daily norm.

Is anime considered inappropriate? ›

The age rating of anime can range from kid-friendly to adult content, even pornographic in nature. Some types of anime aren't appropriate for kids because they have sexually explicit content while others include, mature themes that your child might not understand.

Is simping for anime characters cheating? ›

While it's not actually cheating since it's not real, it's still not something your boyfriend would usually feel good about. When you simp for an anime character, it's signaling that you find them extremely attractive and that, if they were real, you would go for them.

Is it healthy to simp for fictional characters? ›

The value in simping for a fictional character is restricted to allowing a person to practice working out their emotions around sexual attraction with minimal potential for harm to that individual.

What is an unhealthy obsession with a fictional character? ›

Fictosexuality, fictoromance, and fictophilia are terms that have recently become popular in online environments as indicators of strong and lasting feelings of love, infatuation, or desire for one or more fictional characters.

How do I stop obsessing over a fictional character? ›

Five easy steps to help you move on from your fictional love
  1. UNDERSTANDING THE SCIENCE BEHIND IT. In a world full of fictional people there is some great science behind our emotions that take us back to reality. ...
  2. FANFICTION. ...
Apr 28, 2022

What is fictophilia sickness? ›

A condition known as fictophilia makes a person experience strong desires, romantic feelings, and sexual attraction for a fictional character. It differs from basic admiration and resembles real-world infatuation more.


1. To All The Boys I've Loved Before | Official Trailer | Netflix
(Netflix: Behind the Streams)
2. To All The Boys I've Loved Before (SHEITH EDITION)
3. XO, Kitty | Official Trailer | Netflix
4. This TRAGIC Anime Movie Changes Ending
(Kito Senpai)
5. Lara Jean & Peter Kavinsky - About Love
6. To Every You I've Loved Before : Film | Official Trailer | Hindi Dubbed | Cloud dubbers
(Cloud Dubbers)


Top Articles
Latest Posts
Article information

Author: Tuan Roob DDS

Last Updated: 08/24/2023

Views: 6072

Rating: 4.1 / 5 (62 voted)

Reviews: 93% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Tuan Roob DDS

Birthday: 1999-11-20

Address: Suite 592 642 Pfannerstill Island, South Keila, LA 74970-3076

Phone: +9617721773649

Job: Marketing Producer

Hobby: Skydiving, Flag Football, Knitting, Running, Lego building, Hunting, Juggling

Introduction: My name is Tuan Roob DDS, I am a friendly, good, energetic, faithful, fantastic, gentle, enchanting person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.