so, abt haikyuu and the male gaze:
the introduction of kiyoko in the anime is enormously disappointing to me, because the manga overall purposefully avoids allowing the reader to participate in the male gaze….i mean, noya and tanaka go on about kiyoko, and there was the line recently about the managers at the training camp, but the reader is not given the chance to? participate? and the most overtly sexy character in the entire thing (tanaka saeko) is also treated with the bare minimum/absence of male gaze.
so having kiyoko’s introduction framed in that way is unfaithful to the manga. as gaby said, it feels like in the manga she wears oversized tracksuits a lot to purposefully avoid stuff like this. having the tits/ass shot be the first thing we see of her is disappointing, unnecessary fanservice.