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It may seem like a basic way to end a 12-episode series that’s been blanketed in sexual tension, but it symbolizes a level of intimacy shared by the couple and establishes their relationship.

Yuri and Victor may not be the first male, gay couple in anime, but they’re one of the first to be a couple for couple’s sake.

The season finale of Yuri on Ice doesn’t end in a passionate kiss or a huge declaration of love, but our main couple skates together, and that might be enough. Victor has been spending most of the season training Yuri and only joining him on the ice in practice sessions.

However, in Yuri on Ice, Victor and Yuri are at the forefront.

It’s a shame we don’t get an explicit show of physical love, but maybe we don’t need it.

Considering there’s a lot of gay media coming out of Japan–in yaoi (male relationship) and yuri (female relationship) specifically–it’s strange to say it’s not exactly common to see something like Yuri and Victor’s relationship.

A lot of the stories depict these relationships, but only seem to do so to pander to its audiences or play with something that can never be.

Just like in Western media, the same-sex couple doesn’t end up together because one of them ends up dead.