Death note will turn your son gay
Matsuda has black hair and brown eyes. His hair hangs over his ears with bangs that hang primarily above his right eye. After the time skip his hair is shorter, though there is more hair covering his forehead. He has fair skin and is of average height. Matsuda's police skills are lacking in experience, and at times, particularly in the beginning of the series, he somewhat impedes the investigation process. Much to the irritation of his peers, his brash attitude can get him into tricky situations, as evidenced by the time he infiltrated Yotsuba and had to fake his own death to get out.
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One could say I am a fan of anime. Not a huge fan, mind you, but enough to say I have watched through the Dragonball Z series from start to finish, devoured Inyuasha, Bleach, Fullmetal Alchimist and others. So needless to say I have been a fan of Death Note form the very beginning. This being said it is only recently on my fifth or so playback that I noticed the moderate amounts of homoeroticism inherent in Death Note. There are several instances where this gay tract is revealed. Some are subtle others not so subtle.
From the moment your little darling is born they are influenced by the world around them. How are boys supposed to find boy toys? If a grandmother goes in to buy a football for her grandson for his birthday, what if she accidentally walks out with a doll!?!?! How is she supposed to know which toys are meant for her grandson if nothing is pink or blue!?!?!