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Why Homophobic Reactions To The Sasuke-Naruto Kiss Are Unacceptable

Here is everything you need to know about Sasuke-Naruto’s kiss.

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Sasuke-Naruto first kiss

Sasuke-Naruto’s first kiss took place at the beginning of the famed anime series. It happened in the third episode of Naruto which is titled, ‘Sasuke and Sakura: Friends or Foes?’

During the scene, Naruto was seen getting on top of a table after he got jealous of the attention girls were giving to Sasuke.

Moreover, the future Sixth Hokage of Hidden Leaf Village gave Sasuke a death glare while the latter also returned the favor. In this sense, both the characters declared their hatred towards each other without uttering a single word.

However, someone accidentally bumped into Naruto which resulted in him falling forward and toward Sasuke. Subsequently, in the next second, the infamous Sasuke-Naruto kiss was seen taking place.

Sasuke-Naruto second kiss

The second kiss scene between Naruto and Sasuke transpired in one hundred and ninety-fourth episode of Naruto Shippuden. The particular episode is a filler episode from the past arc and is titled, ‘The Worst Three-Legged Race.’

The episode showed Naruto recalling the time when he was on a mission with Sasuke to retrieve a golden statue that was stolen by thieves.

Furthermore, the second Sasuke-Naruto accidental kiss happened when they tried to free themselves after getting their hands stuck together.

An unknown fact about Sasuke-Naruto’s relationship

Naruto’s renowned writer Masashi Kishimoto has previously revealed that he originally wanted Naruto to end up with Sasuke in the end.

However, the editor of the series did not find the narrative to be plausible since same-sex relationships were not acceptable back then.

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Additionally, the mangaka stated that there is no love triangle between Naruto, Sakura, and Sasuke but called it a circle. In simple terms, like a fish trying to bite its own tail.

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