If this is copypasta, heckuva jorb.
If not, listen up. As a sociologist, I find MT to wholly offensive in its sexist-while-acting-gender-liberating tropes and the always everpresent asian-women-are-just-waiting-for-a-white-man-to-show-up racist trope.
Let's get this straight right now; his main character, Piro, is a white middle-class heterosexual male who gathers cash to go on a trip to Japan to buy animu or whatever the fuck. He gets stuck there and finds himself with easy access to hot asian women who constantly vacillate over how willing they are to ride his knob.
The only reason, it seems, that they don't immediately jump his bones is simply that he gets involved in 'compromising' situations that generally stem from his so-called sensitivity. This 'sensitivity' is simply an attempt to fit his fandom of shoujo manga within an acceptable gender framework; that is, his attractiveness to women is only due to this supposedly 'feminine' trait, so his reading of shoujo manga is actually a sign of cunning, allowing him to appeal to women without exerting much effort and still maintaining his presence as a white male who inexorably attracts the asian girls.
He isn't cutting-edge, he's not fresh or interesting. It's the same racist shit all over again, in a new wrapper; if he was bold, he'd do something different from the old white-guy-bangs-asian-girls thing.