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19th Apr '17 11:56:37 AM Mavado
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* ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'' has [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Zombina]] and [[ChineseVampire Cici]], the ''[[LiteralMetaphor literally]]'' "rotten girls".

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* ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'' has [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Zombina]] and [[ChineseVampire Cici]], Shiishii]], the ''[[LiteralMetaphor literally]]'' "rotten girls".
21st Mar '17 8:42:08 AM emeriin
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* Creator/DougWalker's wife is apparently into all the SlashFic about him, and he's joked that it saved their marriage.
3rd Mar '17 6:36:07 PM ChesterPolarbear
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-->'''Hunter:''' Yeah. I'm the Queen of France and these guys are the D'Angelo sisters. That's the problem. We're too straight. All we're interested in are hardbodies and we want you teach us how to get them.

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-->'''Hunter:''' Yeah. I'm the Queen of France and these guys are the D'Angelo sisters. Come on Scotty, we're perfectly straight. That's the problem. We're too straight. All we're interested in are hardbodies and we want you teach us how to get them.
22nd Feb '17 12:31:41 PM ironballs16
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* Pretty much an universal phenomenon among fan fiction writers. Possible reasons include [[MenActWomenAre a lack of interesting female characters]] [[TheSmurfettePrincipal in the main cast]] of many works, the fact that many male friendships in fiction are closer to a respectful, equal romantic relationships than the relationships between men and women that are portrayed as romantic, internalized misogyny in female writers, using it as a (relatively) safe way to explore sexuality and gender identity, and simply just finding it hot. Of course, a relationship between two men can also be PlayedForDrama in homophobic settings, but this isn't done often enough to completely explain the phenomenon.

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* Pretty much an universal phenomenon among fan fiction writers. Possible reasons include [[MenActWomenAre a lack of interesting female characters]] [[TheSmurfettePrincipal [[SmurfettePrinciple in the main cast]] of many works, the fact that many male friendships in fiction are closer to a respectful, equal romantic relationships than the relationships between men and women that are portrayed as romantic, internalized misogyny in female writers, using it as a (relatively) safe way to explore sexuality and gender identity, and simply just finding it hot. Of course, a relationship between two men can also be PlayedForDrama in homophobic settings, but this isn't done often enough to completely explain the phenomenon.
22nd Feb '17 12:31:26 PM ironballs16
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* Pretty much an universal phenomenon among fan fiction writers. Possible reasons include [[MenActWomenAre a lack of interesting female characters]] [[SmurfettePrincipal in the main cast]] of many works, the fact that many male friendships in fiction are closer to a respectful, equal romantic relationships than the relationships between men and women that are portrayed as romantic, internalized misogyny in female writers, using it as a (relatively) safe way to explore sexuality and gender identity, and simply just finding it hot. Of course, a relationship between two men can also be PlayedForDrama in homophobic settings, but this isn't done often enough to completely explain the phenomenon.

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* Pretty much an universal phenomenon among fan fiction writers. Possible reasons include [[MenActWomenAre a lack of interesting female characters]] [[SmurfettePrincipal [[TheSmurfettePrincipal in the main cast]] of many works, the fact that many male friendships in fiction are closer to a respectful, equal romantic relationships than the relationships between men and women that are portrayed as romantic, internalized misogyny in female writers, using it as a (relatively) safe way to explore sexuality and gender identity, and simply just finding it hot. Of course, a relationship between two men can also be PlayedForDrama in homophobic settings, but this isn't done often enough to completely explain the phenomenon.
22nd Feb '17 12:31:07 PM ironballs16
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* Pretty much an universal phenomenon among fan fiction writers. Possible reasons include a lack of interesting female characters in the main cast of many works, the fact that many male friendships in fiction are closer to a respectful, equal romantic relationships than the relationships between men and women that are portrayed as romantic, internalized misogyny in female writers, using it as a (relatively) safe way to explore sexuality and gender identity, and simply just finding it hot. Of course, a relationship between two men can also be PlayedForDrama in homophobic settings, but this isn't done often enough to completely explain the phenomenon.

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* Pretty much an universal phenomenon among fan fiction writers. Possible reasons include [[MenActWomenAre a lack of interesting female characters characters]] [[SmurfettePrincipal in the main cast cast]] of many works, the fact that many male friendships in fiction are closer to a respectful, equal romantic relationships than the relationships between men and women that are portrayed as romantic, internalized misogyny in female writers, using it as a (relatively) safe way to explore sexuality and gender identity, and simply just finding it hot. Of course, a relationship between two men can also be PlayedForDrama in homophobic settings, but this isn't done often enough to completely explain the phenomenon.
4th Feb '17 2:24:31 PM WillKeaton
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* [[http://s3-ak.buzzfed.com/static/enhanced/terminal01/2011/7/25/10/enhanced-buzz-30484-1311605563-9.jpg This policewoman is probably one]], judging by her pleased expression.

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* [[http://s3-ak.buzzfed.com/static/enhanced/terminal01/2011/7/25/10/enhanced-buzz-30484-1311605563-9.jpg This policewoman is probably one]], one, judging by her pleased expression.]]



* Gail Carriger, authoress of Literature/TheParasolProtectorate Series is an admitted fan of boy on boy lovin' in [[http://bookyurt.com/scouting/interviews/gail-carriger-on-steampunk-finishing-school-and-more/ this interview]].

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* Gail Carriger, authoress of Literature/TheParasolProtectorate Series is an admitted fan of boy on boy lovin' in [[http://bookyurt.com/scouting/interviews/gail-carriger-on-steampunk-finishing-school-and-more/ this interview]].interview.]]
26th Jan '17 2:02:20 PM Willbyr
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* ''{{Neptunia}}'': Vert is a huge yaoi fangirl. Guess all those FPS/TPS of [[VideoGame/{{Doom}} bald]] [[Franchise/{{Halo}} space]] [[VideoGame/GearsOfWar marines]] and the constant implied homolust being all male have made her a yaoi fangirl.

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* ''{{Neptunia}}'': ''VideoGame/{{Neptunia}}'': Vert is a huge yaoi fangirl. Guess all those FPS/TPS of [[VideoGame/{{Doom}} bald]] [[Franchise/{{Halo}} space]] [[VideoGame/GearsOfWar marines]] and the constant implied homolust being all male have made her a yaoi fangirl.
25th Jan '17 2:33:15 PM DoctorSerenitySquid
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** After getting his hands on a "How to Draw Manga" book, Caliborn becomes a [[GenderInvertedTrope Yaoi Fanboy]] and starts making [[StylisticSuck badly drawn]] yaoi fanart of Karkat and Dave.

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** After getting his hands on a "How to Draw Manga" book, Caliborn becomes a [[GenderInvertedTrope Yaoi Fanboy]] and starts making [[StylisticSuck badly drawn]] yaoi fanart of Karkat and Dave. He also refers to his [[SelfInsertFic Self-Insert]] MarySue as [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/ACT6ACT6.php?s=6&p=008782 "the yaoiest motherfucker who ever lived."]]
25th Jan '17 2:27:23 PM DoctorSerenitySquid
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** After getting his hands on a "How to Draw Manga" book, Caliborn becomes a [[GenderInvertedTrope Yaoi Fanboy]] and starts making [[StylisticSuck badly drawn]] yaoi fanart of Karkat and Dave.



* Though he's actually a Yoai Fan''boy'', Cecil in ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale'' apparently writes ''Film/{{Jaws}}'' slash fic, and made Intern Maureen proofread it.

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* Though he's actually a Yoai Yaoi Fan''boy'', Cecil in ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale'' apparently writes ''Film/{{Jaws}}'' slash fic, and made Intern Maureen proofread it.
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