Anime of Tomorrow
Onii-chan Dakedo Ai Sae Areba Kankeinai yo ne Ep. 1
Autumn 2012 (12 episodes) (title literal translation – I Love Him, and It Doesn’t Matter If He’s My Brother, alternate title – OniAi) (more info)
Making the lustful character of your series female doesn’t suddenly make it a more acceptable trait. It may certainly be different from the stereotypical male character in a harem anime who is either terribly shy or uncontrollably lecherous after having been inserted into an all-female environment. But OniAi makes it worse since hero and heroine are brother and sister—not even stepbrother/stepsister or adopted or cousins. They’re full blood relatives born of the same parents, turning the degree of perversion up to an uncomfortable level. It doesn’t even have the stylistic restraint or pretext that Yosuga no Sora showed when that series dealt with this topic. It’s just in-your-face and says, “this is what this series is going to be about.”
If that wasn’t bad enough, halfway through the first episode is a time skip that’s about as logically placed if OniAi had ended and just started over from scratch. There’s no reason the student council couldn’t have been introduced in a logical manner and how they came to live together should have been woven into the story over at least another episode. I don’t know what went through the writers’ minds for them to think this was a good idea. Even if the girls’ arrivals are revealed via flashbacks that’s just dodging the issue of how out-of-order events are proceeding. So there. OniAi is a weird, twisted, badly written harem series and I’m washing my hands of it.