I’m translating the porn passage for the latest Trifecta release, and there’s a good few paragraphs about how much Yokozawa hates the positions he finds himself in when he and Kirishima fuck.
Kirishima isn’t ~crazy wild~ and wanting to do some kinky shit; they do it in pretty vanilla positions for the most part in their books, and they’re doing it doggy-style here. So why these kinds of thoughts?
If pressed, Yokozawa would have to say that he really didn’t like this position—with Kirishima pushing into him from behind. While it was admittedly more comfortable than having his legs forcefully spread apart, the shame he felt at being taken from behind with no say in the matter was unbearable.
He was still struck with disbelief that he’d wound up in this position, at Kirishima’s mercy like this, in the first place—and likely the only reason he put up with it all despite the overwhelming feelings of shame…was because it was Kirishima.
He probably would never have been able to bear it if anyone else had seen him in such a disgraceful position.
Anyone else includes Takano, by definition…so is this another suggestion that he topped?
One more piece of evidence that confirms Yokozawa/Takano for me. Like I said before, Takano was broken and it’s highly unlikely he was in anyway up to putting much effort into the actual sex. He was promiscuous because he simply didn’t care—female or male, his partners likely did all the work while he dead-fish’d throughout.
There’re no suggestions in anything I’ve read, or in Yokozawa’s past behavior and obsessive need to be with Takano, that says Takano was the one to top Yokozawa. Given Yokozawa was/is a nurturer, and seeing his friend and object of his affection hurting, pining and lost, then falling into a pattern of chaos with no sense of self-preservation, he’d be the first to reach out and take charge and try to make Takano feel something other than what he was at the time.
God, okay. Thinking about them back then breaks my heart, so I’mma stop.