I share shounen ai, yaoi and the occasional bit of bara manga with other enthusiasts. That means romantic and sexual contact between men. If that sort of thing disgusts you, don't read this journal, and don't download anything linked from here.
None of the entries depict sexual conduct with real or fictional characters under the age of 18. In fact none of the entries depict graphic sexual conduct at all; though an occasional cover image might show some male nipple exposure in the fine tradition of bodice rippers. It is your responsibility to determine whether you are of legal age in your location or have the permission of your legal guardian to view the materials shared here.
Do as you please with the links you find here: you are free to share them anywhere; the more you share them, the more likely they will stay alive. Linking is what makes the web go 'round. You don't have to ask me first, you don't have to give me credit -- but do give credit to the mangaka, and the scanlation groups.
Don't yell at me for sharing things you think shouldn't be shared. I've heard it all, I disagree, and I much rather read more manga than than go on an ego trip with you; I will delete such comments without response. I buy lots of manga, I scan lots of manga, I download lots of manga, I share all this manga so that other people are exposed to the amazing variety that is Japanese Boy's Love, and hopefully will buy lots of it, allowing the mangaka to make a living, and to create more manga. I view all of us scanners, translators, scanlators, uploaders as mere facilitators for that. Restricting access goes against that spirit, therefore I don't aid in restricting access. I'll treat scanlators the same as the better ones among you treat the mangaka and their publishers: I give full credit. Surely you don't really believe you deserve more respect than the mangaka?
Did I mention you should buy manga? Use the links provided as preview material, not as a replacement for the real thing. If you really like something and you are at all able to where you live, buy it. And go thank the people who work so hard to translate it for you -- I provide links to them. It takes but a few minutes each week to leave a message at their LJs, forums, shoutboxes, email, or in IRC; do it. As any volunteer knows it can be a thankless job, and they all could use a little appreciation.
Of course you may "friend" this journal. That's what it's here for, you don't have to ask.