“Only in Japan  they would name a boy band consisting of 11-16 year olds Sexy Zone. And like any other J-pop band it doesn’t come without a good dose of Yaoi and Crossdressing”, says Desmænok (who have some Wet-Wednesday-worthy shots of the (rather goofy) bunch).

The music is, well, commercially straightened J-pop. And like so many animes which became mere advertisements full of fan service to get desperate otakus to buy the super expensive uncensored Blu-Rays, J-pop nowadays is more about ripping off fan-girls than making good music.