On the contrary, Satio describes the otaku sexuality in such a manner that it does not helps to acknowledge the ability to get pleasure from different kinds of fictions images which can lead to the fundamental preserving of the imaginary space of anime and manga. The Otaku attitude towards fiction has been taken by him in a positive manner, especially on their ability of eroticization of fictional characters. In order to have a fantasy life and its comparison to live a normal life, he has argued that the Otaku’s are quite capable of differentiating between something which is real and fiction. In one of the works titled as “Play with me”, Mori has created a “real” image of “Fantasia” world while reproducing a doll-liked appearance to depict the primary trend of sexual desire in Otaku culture. Though the sexuality of an anime character “Hiropon” is more directly displayed in Murakami’s work “my Lonesome Cowboy” and “Hiroporn”, both of their work hold the element of “Moe” regarding otaku affection.
Moe is another Japanese term which defines a strong attachment towards the fictional objects such as anime characters in the video, manga. It is used to refer to have affection towards any subjects later on, while our normative understanding on sexuality insists that it must have an object in the real world (for both the opposite sex or homosexual). Saito rejected the idea of taking another desire as a “transitional” object. He argues that there is no intrinsic difference between wanting an animated image and desiring an actual human being. It is because what has been discussed in the previous paragraphs related to the real world is a part of the imaginary on psychoanalytic view.
In addition to this, there are different proponents of Moe which runs the gamut. These are the proponents who run the gamut from the ones who embrace and avow that they have been experiencing the element which is related to the sexual turn on. This includes the element of having the great cuteness of the fantasy media object to the ones who deny to play any part towards the devotion of their characters for love. It is similar to the desire to be a rock star or being a film actor in normal fan practice. Even though for Henry Jenkins, these questions can be argued, “a scandalous category in contemporary culture.” They are described undisputedly as an anti-social phenomenon and “shame” in queer theory. Although performativity turning “shame” into “pride” in xx’s argument are very clear. “, fan who seek out the blissful snags, gaps and excesses in an official star that nevertheless provides just pleasure, something that constitutes the very identity of the fan as their effect.