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The popular anime series “Kiki’s Delivery Service” has a new fan, a new group of fans and a new kind of fan: fans of gay anime.
The group, which was set up by a fan to raise money for a charity, has grown to over 50 members, according to the group’s website.
It has raised more than $150,000 for “AIDS-Free Japan,” a charity that helps people with HIV/AIDS in Japan.
The charity has been in the works since 2014, and the group has been using a variety of methods to raise funds.
The “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang” fans have a new goal: to raise more than 100,000 yen ($15,000) to support the charity.
They are hoping that the amount raised will help raise awareness for the cause.
They have been collecting donations for a year, and they will continue until they have raised 100,0000 yen ($150,400) by May, the group said.
The new fans also say they hope the donations will help spread the word about the charity and bring awareness to the plight of the LGBT community.
One of the new members, who goes by the nickname “the man in blue,” said he had never been in a gay anime, but now that he has, he is passionate about the series.
He told the news outlet Yaraon that the show is one of his favorite.
“Kiki was one of the few anime I watched growing up, so I got to see this series and then go to the theater and watch it.
I can’t imagine my life without it,” he said.
Kiki, a series created by J.C. Staff and directed by Hideaki Anno, centers on a middle-aged gay couple.
The series is set in Japan in 2018.
The popularity of the anime has also helped raise awareness about HIV/AIDs, said Hideaki Aoki, an associate professor of Japanese studies at Nippon University.
He said he thinks the anime fans have helped spread the message that people with the virus should not be ashamed of who they are.
“When you watch a show, you can tell that the person with HIV is the person who is suffering and is living with it, but in Kiki’s, you really feel like you are the one who is living it, because of the way the characters are,” Aoki said.
He said the new fans were motivated to make a difference in the way they look at the world by watching Kiki.
He added that he hoped that the fans will continue to help raise money.
“I think there is a need for people who have this condition to show their support for people, especially gay people,” he told Yara on Tuesday.
“I want to see people with this condition do good deeds.”
The new fan is a gay man who identifies as “mangia,” meaning a person who has never had sex, according the group.
He has no sexual experience, but is interested in gay relationships.
He came to the new group after a friend, who he did not want to identify, suggested he join.
He met another member of the group, who is also gay, who told him about the new fan.
The fan is now looking for new anime and manga.