The protagonist (a man reincarnated into a woman's body and who still likes women, I might add) is raped by the male lead. The MC does not enjoy this and feels violated. What's worse, the story then splits 50/50 between the MC and the rapist and even tries to rationalize the rape in various ways ("It was an accident, I was intoxicated, You led me on, etc). If that doesn't completely turn you off, as mentioned above, we are given his perspective, including the rape. You are then given incontrovertible evidence that the ML is proven to have willingly given into his desires.
The fact that the author then tries to continue using the slapstick/comedy that was used for the first 7 chapters is honestly the worst slap-in-the-face. I almost gagged from the whiplash of these tonal shifts. Seriously, WTF.
I can honestly say I cannot recommend this story to anyone. BL enthusiasts will be turned off by the very anti-Shojo tone of the story (even if you can stomach the rape). Romantic Comedy lovers will (obviously) hate the tone-shifts and even lovers of NTR/rape will be turned off by the cutesy/comedic tone and the transgender aspects which make everything super uncomfortable.
The three sides are as follows:
1) 2nd Prince. Their side has a reincarnator with knowledge of future events and who sees killing the MC as the only way to the Good End. They are hampered by the incompetent prince.
2) 1st Prince. Their side caused the MC to be "banished" because she was helping the 1st Prince too much. He wants the MC gone and the 2nd Prince defeated so he can achieve the crown. He is working from the shadows and so far, it seems no one but the MC's younger brother know of his scheme.
3) The MC. She has her family of sociopaths who would side with her. She also has the support (and love) of the 1st Princess. The MC is ignorant of her love because, let's face it, homos*xuality was not common in medieval Europe, especially not with royalty (the representatives of conservative virtue). The misunderstandings are also hilarious.
Case in point, the most recent chapter had the MC transport into another world; this time a fantasy one with his family's army and science travelling with him through a wormhole. This was an interesting plot; with the advanced modern army vs the magical armies in war.
The problem is that the author, just like with other plots in the past, never gave it time to breathe. No sooner did they end the battle (and didn't even sign peace treaties with some of the other nations) then the MC is suddenly trying to jump-start an anime revolution?! No lead-up, no narrative reason (if the MC had found out "crime was at an all-time high because of a lack of pop-culture distractions" or something, I could at least give the author a pass).
No, instead he just finds some lolicon weirdo in the army that can draw in the anime style and decides "this alternate world with completely different culture and history will surely love my weird, niche, pop-culture garbage!" I know many of us on this site might enjoy it, but surely even weebs can have enough self-consciousness to know that anime is certainly not for everyone. But of course, this magically works and the media conglomerate becomes the most powerful in the world. How do I know, you ask? Because the author already spoiled the ending before the plot could get off the ground. *Sigh*
Case in point, in the chapter I just read (v1c1 part 6), he decided to tell everyone that he was a reincarnator. This would be a very interesting decision, and a logical one, especially with his desire for an interesting and self-fulfilling life. However when he tells his parents, they... well, they still consider this 45 year old inside their child exactly the same.
It just killed the narrative for me and made the previous poor characterization even more obvious.