I remember the old-fashioned rooster and hen house arrangement. Having a single man attend an all-girls school is the simplest way to include the harem trope. The school may be co-ed, or there may be some other reason, and it could even veer into cross-dressing for a more subtle creep. In any case, the bare-bones plot allows for the creation of dozens of attractive girls who are, I suppose, just extremely thirsty.
1. Shomin Sample
So that the privileged girls of the world don’t wind up fully shutting off their minds after graduation, this serial kidnaps a “commoner” to serve as an example of what it’s like to live on the outside of the school. Rather of asking him questions, they use him in a variety of bizarre ways. As it aspires to be nothing else, it ends up being a really decent comedy series.
The student council decides that the main character will be the vice president of the student council after he gets into problems before he even enters the school building. As a result of the school’s recent co-ed status, it was deemed that they needed a male perspective to better govern their new male peers. Until it is discovered that the student council is a bunch of oddballs and perverts.
3. Infinite Stratos
Mechs can only be piloted by females until one day, when a male gains the ability to do so. Because of this, the majority of the story takes place in a training school. It’s a good use of the cliché, in terms of Infinite Stratos’ performance. It focuses more on comedy than ecchi, but it does so in a universe that’s plenty of intriguing things to see.
4. Otoboku: Maidens are Falling For Me
In a departure from the norm, Otoboku features a male protagonist who enrolls in an all-girls school in order to fulfill the wishes of his grandfather. Because boys aren’t allowed, he disguises himself as a girl. The entire plot revolves around him attempting to avoid being caught and finding himself in really embarrassing situations.
5. Maria Holic
Maria Holic dared to dream and gave it their all despite the limitations of their situation. An all-girls school is the setting for this story about a young woman who really wants to fall in love but is unable to do so because she breaks out in hives whenever she is around boys. She falls in love with one, only to discover that it’s a man in a woman’s clothes. Despite the fact that it all sounds quite silly, the show is actually quite well-written.
Because it doesn’t require an entrance exam and is only recently co-ed, your typical perverted boy is surprised to learn just how much more goes on here than meets the eye. With the addition of unique Maken objects, the series became more action-packed than a typical harem anime. However, the main character has difficulty finding a maken that works for him.
7. Prison School
Sickos will enjoy this show. A few male students have lately joined the co-ed school, and the female students aren’t exactly thrilled about it. There is no safe haven above ground for the male pupils who have been punished for their misbehavior.
8. Mashiroiro Symphony
The girls at an all-girls school are assumed to be upset by the school’s decision to become co-ed. As a result, only a select group of young men are chosen to “test the waters.” A school full of unwelcoming female students is no place for young males. To diffuse hostility, it utilizes a graphic novel technique and focuses on just one individual.
9. Blade Dance of the Elementalers
Women in Blade Dance have the option of making pacts with the ghosts of the dead to fight on their behalf. A contract hasn’t been formed by a man in 1,000 years, yet the protagonist is the first. To make matters worse, the spirit he made a contract with was taken from another female and he’s forced to train in an all-girls school.
10. Unlimited Fafnir
The D’s, or girls with the ability to manipulate dark matter into weapons, appeared in the world much like dragons did. It had been a long time since any males were born as Ds, until one day, one appeared. The riddle surrounding D’s and Dragons may be solved if he can be found.
11. Koi Koi Seven
Let’s get this straight. Even though this show is garbage, it is the good garbage. There are better options out there if you’re searching for an anime series about a boy attending a girls-only school. Rather than trying to tell a story, this program is just an opportunity to sketch girls in perverse positions and sprinkle in a lot of unexpected humour.
12. Armed Girls’ Machiavellism
Girls have long requested the ability to carry guns in order to defend themselves against the male threat since their school became co-ed many years ago. To address the persistent issue of male students behaving inappropriately, a special group was formed. After a fight, a group of girls are waiting for the main character to arrive and chastise him.
13. Undefeated Bahamut Chronicle
Lux is a dragon rider who used to be a prince and is known for not attacking. A duel with the kingdom’s new princess leads to him being taken to a school for female dragon riders, where he learns to become a knight of the dragon.
14. The Fruit of Grisaia
So far, this is the only show that tries to be a heartfelt drama. Men who have been traumatized by some event attend a school dedicated to helping them heal. He takes the time to get to know them and attempts to be of service. Due to its visual novel origins, it features a multipathing aesthetic.
15. Ladies Versus Butlers
This isn’t quite as pure an experience as the others. As in, outside the main character, there are one or two other boys in it, but don’t worry, it’s still sufficient ecchi to go around. In spite of this, the film has a single male protagonist who is surrounded by female students at a school for young women. Despite his butler duties, he frequently runs afoul of the women he is supposed to be serving.
16. Masou Gakuen Hybrid x Heart
You’ve seen this movie before, so you know what to expect. A man gains the ability to utilize a device that has hitherto only been available to women. To use said thing further, he finds himself at a school where he is the only male in attendance. With this series, the main character isn’t all that effective at fighting with the particular skill he is given, but having sensual adventures with him dramatically enhances his female peers. It’s that kind of show, you know.
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