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17th Apr '16 11:43:52 PM aye_amber
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* PinkFloyd gets a massive amount of slash as well. Most of it consisting pairing involving Syd Barrett, Roger Waters and/or David Gilmour. Syd/Roger is popular due to the large amount of HoYay coming from Waters when discussing Syd (and how everything he wrote had Syd in mind). Syd and Roger were also close friends. David/Roger is popular due to the contrasts of the two (and the fact that they feuded in real life), often giving it a SlapSlapKiss feel. Syd/David is due to both being very close friends back in the day, as well. It helps that both [[http://oi66.tinypic.com/29cxxeg.jpg Syd Barrett]] and [[http://oi65.tinypic.com/118q1dc.jpg David Gilmour]] (the much younger versions) are both agreed to be by most fans as the {{Prettyboy}}. [[http://oi68.tinypic.com/21eu5gy.jpg Rick Wright]] is also popular. Even [[http://oi67.tinypic.com/1z4v6uq.jpg Roger Waters]] is seen as strangely and darkly hot by some fans. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLlvoZA-bD0 Read the]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5eaISfvXY8 comments to]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Trw4Hz-JYPM these videos]].

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* PinkFloyd Music/PinkFloyd gets a massive amount of slash as well. Most of it consisting pairing involving Syd Barrett, Roger Waters and/or David Gilmour. Syd/Roger is popular due to the large amount of HoYay coming from Waters when discussing Syd (and how everything he wrote had Syd in mind). Syd and Roger were also close friends. David/Roger is popular due to the contrasts of the two (and the fact that they feuded in real life), often giving it a SlapSlapKiss feel. Syd/David is due to both being very close friends back in the day, as well. It helps that both [[http://oi66.tinypic.com/29cxxeg.jpg Syd Barrett]] and [[http://oi65.tinypic.com/118q1dc.jpg David Gilmour]] (the much younger versions) are both agreed to be by most fans as the {{Prettyboy}}. [[http://oi68.tinypic.com/21eu5gy.jpg Rick Wright]] is also popular. Even [[http://oi67.tinypic.com/1z4v6uq.jpg Roger Waters]] is seen as strangely and darkly hot by some fans. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLlvoZA-bD0 Read the]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5eaISfvXY8 comments to]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Trw4Hz-JYPM these videos]].
31st Mar '16 12:40:06 AM CJCroen1393
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** Then there's Crona, [[AmbiguousGender whose gender is intentionally unclear]], meaning that you can ship him/her with anyone you want and no matter what it's a slash ship (Crona x Maka as femmeslash and Crona x Kid as male slash are both particularly common).
28th Mar '16 11:47:28 PM GrammarNavi
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* DisneyChannel's shows have slash fans. Surprisingly(or not), on [[http://www.fanfiction.net/ FanFiction.net]], the most popular ''HannahMontana'' pairing is [[LesYay Miley Stewart/ Lily Truscott]] (not count the falsely categorizing [[NickJonas Nick]]/Miley stories). Same for ''WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'', whose most popular couple is [[BrotherSisterIncest Justin Russo/Alex Russo]].
** Nickelodeon's live action shows also have plenty of slash fans. DrakeAndJosh has a huge following for Drake/Josh, and ''Series/ICarly'' has a lot of Carly/Sam. And then, of course, ''Series/BigTimeRush'' [[HoYay happened]]...

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* DisneyChannel's shows have slash fans. Surprisingly(or not), on [[http://www.fanfiction.net/ FanFiction.net]], the most popular ''HannahMontana'' ''Series/HannahMontana'' pairing is [[LesYay Miley Stewart/ Lily Truscott]] (not count the falsely categorizing [[NickJonas Nick]]/Miley stories). Same for ''WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'', ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'', whose most popular couple is [[BrotherSisterIncest Justin Russo/Alex Russo]].
** Nickelodeon's live action shows also have plenty of slash fans. DrakeAndJosh Series/DrakeAndJosh has a huge following for Drake/Josh, and ''Series/ICarly'' has a lot of Carly/Sam. And then, of course, ''Series/BigTimeRush'' [[HoYay happened]]...
21st Mar '16 12:03:54 PM SpukiKitty
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* PinkFloyd gets a massive amount of slash as well. Most of it consisting pairing involving Syd Barrett, Roger Waters and/or David Gilmour (Though Nick Mason & Rick Wright are sometimes involved as well. Syd/Roger is popular due to the large amount of HoYay coming from Waters when discussing Syd (and how everything he wrote had Syd in mind). Syd and Roger were also close friends. David/Roger is popular due to the contrasts of the two (and the fact that they feuded in real life). Syd/David is due to both being the {{Prettyboy}} and being very close friends back in the day, as well.

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* PinkFloyd gets a massive amount of slash as well. Most of it consisting pairing involving Syd Barrett, Roger Waters and/or David Gilmour (Though Nick Mason & Rick Wright are sometimes involved as well.Gilmour. Syd/Roger is popular due to the large amount of HoYay coming from Waters when discussing Syd (and how everything he wrote had Syd in mind). Syd and Roger were also close friends. David/Roger is popular due to the contrasts of the two (and the fact that they feuded in real life). life), often giving it a SlapSlapKiss feel. Syd/David is due to both being the {{Prettyboy}} and being very close friends back in the day, as well. It helps that both [[http://oi66.tinypic.com/29cxxeg.jpg Syd Barrett]] and [[http://oi65.tinypic.com/118q1dc.jpg David Gilmour]] (the much younger versions) are both agreed to be by most fans as the {{Prettyboy}}. [[http://oi68.tinypic.com/21eu5gy.jpg Rick Wright]] is also popular. Even [[http://oi67.tinypic.com/1z4v6uq.jpg Roger Waters]] is seen as strangely and darkly hot by some fans. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLlvoZA-bD0 Read the]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5eaISfvXY8 comments to]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Trw4Hz-JYPM these videos]].
21st Mar '16 11:42:41 AM SpukiKitty
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* PinkFloyd gets a massive amount of slash as well. Most of it consisting pairing involving Syd Barrett, Roger Waters and/or David Gilmour (Though Nick Mason & Rick Wright are sometimes involved as well. Syd/Roger is popular due to the large amount of HoYay coming from Waters when discussing Syd (and how everything he wrote had Syd in mind). Syd and Roger were also close friends. David/Roger is popular due to the contrasts of the two (and the fact that they feuded in real life). Syd/David is due to both being the {{Prettyboy}} and being very close friends back in the day, as well.
19th Mar '16 2:59:13 AM Hossmeister
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9th Mar '16 2:13:43 PM kazokuhouou
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** By ''far'' one of the most popular pairings to come out of ''Film/TheForceAwakens'' was Finn/Poe. On the villainous side Kylo/Hux is popular as well. As for Rey, when she's not in a het ship, she's usually paired with Jessika, despite the fact that they've not met in canon thus far.
8th Mar '16 4:58:43 AM Adept
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** Almost every single fic written for the Bandom Big Bang (a yearly fanfiction challenge on Livejournal) is slash or femmeslash, entirely despite the fact that many of the subjects are already in heterosexual relationships of various commitment levels. The main bands slashed are MyChemicalRomance, FallOutBoy, and PanicAtTheDisco. A surprising amount of it is shockingly decent.

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** Almost every single fic written for the Bandom Big Bang (a yearly fanfiction challenge on Livejournal) is slash or femmeslash, entirely despite the fact that many of the subjects are already in heterosexual relationships of various commitment levels. The main bands slashed are MyChemicalRomance, FallOutBoy, Music/MyChemicalRomance, Music/FallOutBoy, and PanicAtTheDisco.Music/PanicAtTheDisco. A surprising amount of it is shockingly decent.



* AdamLambert. He is a fandom unto himself. Lets see, we've got him with Kris Allen, Brad Bell, Tommy Joe Ratliff, Drake Labry, Sauli Kosikinen, and those are just the common ones.

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* AdamLambert.Music/AdamLambert. He is a fandom unto himself. Lets see, we've got him with Kris Allen, Brad Bell, Tommy Joe Ratliff, Drake Labry, Sauli Kosikinen, and those are just the common ones.
5th Mar '16 9:22:01 PM nombretomado
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* ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}''. Ohsoverymuch. Wolverine, Gambit, and Iceman are far and away the three [[LauncherOfAThousandShips biggest sluts on the team]], if the fics are to be believed. But you could probably play the Series/{{Heroes}} dartboard game with any of guys on the team. Even the villains get to ride quite a bit, namely the "sexier" ones like Sabretooth and Magneto, though I'm sure Apocalypse joined the party at least once.

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* ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}''.''Comicbook/XMen''. Ohsoverymuch. Wolverine, Gambit, and Iceman are far and away the three [[LauncherOfAThousandShips biggest sluts on the team]], if the fics are to be believed. But you could probably play the Series/{{Heroes}} dartboard game with any of guys on the team. Even the villains get to ride quite a bit, namely the "sexier" ones like Sabretooth and Magneto, though I'm sure Apocalypse joined the party at least once.



* CaptainAmerica[=/=]IronMan. Which has a [[http://community.livejournal.com/cap_ironman community on lj]] and an archive called [[http://talesofsuspense.net/ Tales of Suspense]].

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* CaptainAmerica[=/=]IronMan.ComicBook/CaptainAmerica[=/=]ComicBook/IronMan. Which has a [[http://community.livejournal.com/cap_ironman community on lj]] and an archive called [[http://talesofsuspense.net/ Tales of Suspense]].



* Comicbook/{{Cable}}[=/=]{{Deadpool}} is rather popular, especially over on {{Livejournal}}, though what with all the HomeroticSubtext in [[ComicBook/CableAndDeadpool]] it's not hard to see where the fandom gets its ideas from.

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* Comicbook/{{Cable}}[=/=]{{Deadpool}} Comicbook/{{Cable}}[=/=]SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} is rather popular, especially over on {{Livejournal}}, though what with all the HomeroticSubtext in [[ComicBook/CableAndDeadpool]] it's not hard to see where the fandom gets its ideas from.
9th Feb '16 2:38:12 PM CaptEquinox
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** ''Franchise/StarTrek'' was the first fandom to write stories detailing an explicitly romantic relationship between two same-sex characters. (As ''WebVideo/TheShipsCloset'' points out, the fact that slash emerged during such a homophobic era is quite telling and points to a tremendous amount of subtext. Of course, when you consider that Gene Roddenberry himself invented the Vulcan word ''t'hy'la'', meaning "friend/brother/''lover''", it becomes less about {{Subtext}} and more about GettingCrapPastTheRadar.)
*** TV Guide's September 15, 1967 summarization of the Star Trek episode "Amok Time" with the double-entendre "''Mr. Spock succumbs to a powerful mating urge and nearly kills Captain Kirk.''" may very well have been the original inspiration for this entire, particular, fanfic genre.
**** The very, ''very'' first slash story, Jennifer Guttridge's ''The Ring of Soshern'', has been dated to at least early 1968 and possibly late 1967 (it cannot be any earlier than September 1967 because it mentions ''pon farr''). So, some variant on the ''TV Guide'' origin legend could very well be the case. However, Ms. Guttridge was British and wouldn't have been reading ''TV Guide''; also, she'd have had to have this episode described to her because ''Star Trek'' didn't air in Great Britain until 1969 and "Amok Time" wasn't shown until November of ''1970''.

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** ''Franchise/StarTrek'' was the first fandom to write share stories detailing an explicitly romantic relationship between two same-sex characters.[[note]]there's some evidence that ''Series/TheManFromUncle'' had a substantial media fandom before ST, which may have included slash, but if so it was flying well under the radar[[/note]]. (As ''WebVideo/TheShipsCloset'' points out, the fact that slash emerged during such a homophobic era is quite telling and points to a tremendous amount of subtext. Of course, when you consider that Gene Roddenberry himself invented the Vulcan word ''t'hy'la'', meaning "friend/brother/''lover''", it becomes less about {{Subtext}} and more about GettingCrapPastTheRadar.)
*** TV Guide's September 15, 1967 summarization of the Star Trek episode "Amok Time" with the double-entendre reads "''Mr. Spock succumbs to a powerful mating urge and nearly kills Captain Kirk.''" may very well Most fans at the time took this as a gag, but some speculate it could have been inspired the original inspiration for this entire, particular, fanfic genre.
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**** The very, ''very'' first Trek slash story, [[http://fanlore.org/wiki/Jennifer_Guttridge Jennifer Guttridge's ''The Guttridge]]'s ''[[http://fanlore.org/wiki/The_Ring_of_Soshern The Ring of Soshern'', Soshern]]'', has been dated to at least early 1968 and possibly late 1967 (it cannot be any earlier than September 1967 because it mentions ''pon farr''). So, some variant on the ''TV Guide'' origin legend could very well be the case. However, Ms. Guttridge was British British, and wouldn't have been reading ''TV Guide''; also, she'd have had to have this episode described to her because ''Star Trek'' didn't air in Great Britain until 1969 and "Amok Time" wasn't shown until November of ''1970''.''1970''. But she may have attended Worldcon, where the episode was aired ''two weeks prior'' to its television debut. Or she had this episode, and/or the ''TV Guide'' summary, described to her by a fellow fan. Or she simply bought the script from Lincoln Enterprises.



*** The touchy-feely, "we love each other like family" vibes of the show also make "Voyager" a goldmine for fangirls searching male HoYay subtext. Tom Paris's oddly close friendship with Harry Kim and tensions with Chakotay were probably meant to seem "brotherly," but try telling that to the fanfic writers....

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*** The touchy-feely, "we love each other like family" vibes of the show also make "Voyager" a goldmine for fangirls searching for male HoYay subtext. Tom Paris's oddly close friendship with Harry Kim and tensions with Chakotay were probably meant to seem "brotherly," but try telling that to the fanfic writers....
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