WHO IS IMOUTO may indeed by an absolute joy of a schoolyard complex mystery cartoon, full of depth and complexity and tits, but what I really enjoy about the show is how well it reflects the cultural values I hold dearly.
Cultural Value 1: Strong belief in purity before marriage.
Our main character, like any growing young man with urges that are totally natural but should be prayed out of you every Sunday, fantasises about being together with these ladies. However, WHO IS IMOUTO values the sanctity of marriage above all else. He doesn’t try to make a move on any of the ladies to devalue them in the eyes of the Lord, nor do his delusions suggest he wishes to. Instead, the End Game is to get married. It’s then, and only then, do they get into bed and get down to making 16 babies to carry on the strong family tradition.
Cultural Value 2: Women who understand their role in raising a family
I could not imagine a cast of girls with a greater education and upbringing than the ones on display in WHO IS IMOUTO. Each of their goals in life is to be the perfect wife. The girl with the spirally pigtails may indeed take part in swimming, but this is clearly to perfect her body for childbearing, rather than going to compete in that multicultural scumhouse the Olympics. The girls in the café are learning how to cook for their husbands. They may treat their customers as brothers, but this is their method of bringing up the importance of family and their ability to provide for it. There’s even a girl whose desire to help childbearing is so great she is already trying to read up about it and practice. Such devotion to strong family values brings a tear to my eye.
Cultural Value 3: Anti-faggot
I was worried in an earlier episode when it appeared that WHO IS IMOUTO would fall foul of the faggot loving world we live in today when another male character tried to make a move on the main character. I was stroking my shotgun in a totally non-Freudian way in preparation for such a horrible deed. Imagine my relief though when it turned out they were a girl all along. The other characters in the show were equally worried, but took a more pro-active approach and have started to cure him. That totally works by the way. I went on one of those gay curing camps once, where we undertook activities like mutual masturbation sessions and The Curing Dungeon where the Gay was beaten out of us by a man in a black mask and speedos. I can assure you that I most definitely do not have the Gay anymore.
Cultural Value 4: Strong Family Values
Most importantly of all are WHO IS IMOUTO’s strong family values. The whole incest angle is just a metaphor for the importance of maintaining our cultural values in today’s society. IMOUTO is the importance of keeping our values within the family, much in the same way the main character has to keep his father’s business, and with it maintaining the family traditions that have been passed down through our forefathers. We must cast aside our sexual deviances and embrace IMOUTO. We must cast aside our sins and come together under IMOUTO.