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“My Girlfriend is a Faithful Virgin Bitch” Manga Gets Anime Series (NSFW)


So, ah… yeah. This is a show now. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Yesterday, Kadokawa’s Comic Web Newtype manga service announced that Namiru Matsumoto’s Boku no Kanojo ga Majime Sugiru Shojo Bitch na Ken (My Girlfriend is a Faithful Virgin Bitch) is getting an anime adaptation. Details on the show will be revealed at a later date.

Boku no Kanojo ga Majime Sugiru Shojo Bitch na Ken debuted on NicoNico Seiga on July 20, 2015. The series currently spans three collected volumes, the most recent of which hit stores on March 25.

Manga resource Baka-Updates describes the title as:

After Shinozaki Haruka confesses to the Class Rep, Kousaka Akiho, he comes to find that the perfect class representative might be a little bit harder to handle than he previously thought!

Source: Anime News Network

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