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Well, I\'ll take your word for it. I don\'t think I\'ve encountered much AU fic that neglected to say that it was AU (that\'s usually the selling point of the fic, after all) and the EverybodyIsGay things is covered by clear shipping labels, but if this is a rampant problem in fic recs on this site, then okay. I agree we\'re shooting for clear advertising here.
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Well, I\\\'ll take your word for it. I don\\\'t think I\\\'ve encountered much AU fic that neglected to say that it was AU (that\\\'s usually the selling point of the fic, after all) and the EverybodyIsGay things is covered by clear shipping labels, but if this is a rampant problem in fic recs on this site, then okay. We are shooting for clear advertising here.
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I agree that I\'d be less bugged with the removal of the word \
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I agree that I\\\'d be less bugged with the removal of the word \\\"warn.\\\" But I still feel like setting up this dichotomy where some fanfic is \\\"non-canon\\\" (and some is implicitly \\\"canon\\\") is mushy and subjective to the point of meaninglessness. I\\\'m not sure what a better way to frame the issue would be, though.
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Well, I\'ll take your word for it. I don\'t think I\'ve ever read a AU fic that neglected to say that it was AU (that\'s usually the selling point of the fic, isn\'t it?) and the EverybodyIsGay things is covered by clear shipping labels, but if this is a rampant problem in fic recs on this site, then okay.
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Well, I\\\'ll take your word for it. I don\\\'t think I\\\'ve encountered much AU fic that neglected to say that it was AU (that\\\'s usually the selling point of the fic, after all) and the EverybodyIsGay things is covered by clear shipping labels, but if this is a rampant problem in fic recs on this site, then okay. I agree we\\\'re shooting for clear advertising here.
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I agree that I\'d be less bugged with the removal of the word \
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I agree that I\\\'d be less bugged with the removal of the word \\\"warn.\\\" But I still feel like setting up this dichotomy where some fanfic is \\\"non-canon\\\" (and some is implicitly \\\"canon\\\") is mushy and subjective to the point of meaninglessness. I\\\'m not sure what a better way to frame the issue would be, though.
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