One Piece/Ho Yay

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  • One Piece is equal game for Ho Yay as well as Het due the general No Hugging, No Kissing rule.
    • Some consider Zoro's Heroic Sacrifice and unquestioned loyalty for his captain (and stopping Sanji from making his own Heroic Sacrifice) prime Yaoi fuel.
      • Zoro picks up a steel cage that Luffy is trapped in and carries him to safety. Whilst wounded profusely and casually losing a few litres of blood.
      • The Mihawk fight. Concluding with a blubbery pledge to his captain.
      • In chapter 659, to cross a river, Robin imagines Zoro and Usopp carrying her and Luffy and specifically, Luffy is riding Zoro. Shipper on Deck?
    • The Kalifa/Nami fight was equal parts fanservice and Les Yay. Is it really necessary to practically 'spoon' with your opponent to use Kalifa's devil fruit power?
    • Kalifa basically gropes Nami to make her slippery. Please note that Nami is shown to be slippery everywhere visible.
      • Plus, Kalifa gets this reaction from Nami before their fight in Enies Lobby:

Nami: "Wah! She's so sexy! If she were my secretary, I'd be happy! Wait, I'm not a guy!"

    • Don't forget the way Nami smiled at Vivi in the Alabasta bath scene...heck, Nami and Vivi's close buddy-buddy relationship in general. Does anyone in the fandom believe Nami is completely straight?
    • The twelfth opening sequence happens to match lyrics about a waiting love to the image of Luffy falling through the sky towards an anguished Ace.
      • Don't forget how Luffy hugged Ace close to him after he got deadly wounded and had a breakdown as he saw Ace lying on the ground dead.
    • There's also Shiki and Roger, although it seems to be one-sided on Shiki's part. Shiki is first seen in his introductory scene offering Roger a chance to join forces to take over the world. Of course, Roger refuses despite being outnumbered a 100-1 and the huge battle that ensues leaves Shiki's forces devestated and with Shiki having a wheel stuck through his head. Later, when Roger is supposedly captured by the Marines and sentenced to death, Shiki invades Marineford to rescue him, refusing to believe that someone as strong as Roger was so easily captured. He's stopped by Garp and Sengoku, the most powerful men in the Marines (at the time at least), who inform him that Roger's execution is being held at Loguetown in East Blue and that they would not allow Shiki to invade the East Blue to stop the execution. The battle that ensued took out half of Marineford, but ultimately ended in Shiki being sent to Impel Down where he managed to escape by cutting off his own legs and replacing them with swords, ultimately planning to take over the world and devestate it with his own devices. On the whole, he comes off as something of a Yandere when it comes to Roger!
    • Emperor Ivankov of Kamabakka Island is very loyal to Dragon. So much so that he was willing to wait for Dragon's signal while stuck in Impel Down and is only convinced to leave once he finds out that Luffy is Dragon's son. He then makes protecting Luffy his top priority, even stating that he wouldn't be able to face Dragon if he allowed his son to die in battle.
      • Regarding that first part, he is living in luxury in his own hollowed-out section of Impel Down surrounded by people who practically worship him, so waiting for Dragon's signal isn't all that impressive a sacrifice.
    • Sanji and Zoro. Even Oda Filler teases fangirls with it. Repeatedly.
    • It's not hard to picture Chaka and Pell as being partners in more than one sense of the word.

Chaka: I still... can't accept your death. I can't even shed tears. Why is this, Pell?

    • Brook and Yorki had an awful lot of smiling and touching going on, especially in the anime. Which just makes that flashback even more depressing when you get to all the inevitable tragedy.
    • Coby and Helmeppo skirt the edge between very good friends and boyfriends. The filler doesn't really help. Taking Coby's fanboyish adoration of Luffy into account, an argument could also be made for a Helmeppo-Coby-Luffy triangle.
    • Calgara and Norland from the Skypeia Arc flashbacks. The entire arc hinged around their tragic separation and the suffering both of their descendants endured as a result.
    • Usopp and Luffy are always touching and dancing together, constantly in each other's company and whenever they are apart Usopp tends to talk about his captain an awful lot...
    • Duval's slip of the tongue reveals he's got a crush on Sanji. And he had the drag queens on Okama Island hitting on him and dressing him up for two years.