There’s a good chance you’re familiar with the “black anime girls” craze.
The concept stems from the fact that black girls are often depicted as sexually objectified in popular anime series, and the anime industry has long sought to add diversity to the ranks of its popular anime.
There are currently more than 500 anime series devoted to this subject.
There’s even a Black Anime Girl Association, which hopes to promote black anime girls in the industry.
Now, a new company called Black Anime Girls has popped up.
The company has a few reasons for the sudden explosion of interest in its line of “black” anime girls.
The first is that, according to its founder, A.J. Nye, there is a demand for “black female characters.”
The Black Anime Women Association is also a big proponent of this line of anime girls and, as such, the company is hoping to capitalize on the popularity of these characters.
Black anime girls are the most popular type of anime in the United States.
According to figures compiled by Anime Research, there are about 3.4 million black female viewers in the U.S. According the website Anime Mania, this figure is up from 2.4 percent in 2010.
Anime Mania also points out that the number of black female anime viewers grew by 1.4 percentage points between 2010 and 2020.
“Black anime women are a perfect blend of sexuality, character depth and sensuality,” the company’s Facebook page states.
While the popularity has skyrocketed over the past year, the term “black girl” has also been used to describe a wide variety of different women, including lesbians, trans women, and even black men.
To cater to this new demand, the Black Anime Guys website has created a section for black girls called “Black Anime Girls,” which includes a list of “exclusive, high quality” black anime models.
The model range includes models like Naeem Shaikh, who’s currently dating a black man.
But Nye doesn’t see a shortage of demand for his products.
Nye said the demand for the line has been “unprecedented” and the response has been overwhelmingly positive.
He said the company has received more than 100,000 requests for products in the last two weeks alone.
“Our sales have exploded, with our first batch of black anime anime girls on sale just yesterday.
We have sold out orders in under two hours, and we are shipping to a new home in the first week of March,” he said.
It’s not just Nye who’s seen the demand in the black anime world.
“I was approached by several high-profile celebrities, including Jennifer Lopez, who wanted to use her platform to speak out against black male violence in her music video,” the Black anime girls Facebook page notes.
“It was an honor to work with them, and I am confident that they will find a loyal customer base who will be pleased with our products.”
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