17163Re: [Yuricon] Glossary of Terms - at least partially on-topic
- Feb 6, 2005--- atheniag <anilesbocon01@...> wrote:
>If femmeslash and slash are used to describe works where characters from
> I thought this might be of interest to the folks here - we're
> uploading a basic glossary of terms related to anime and manga genres,
> with definitions for the many genres/names for yaoi and yuri to the
> Onna! website (http://www.onnafest.com).
> I know there are always questions about terminology and what various
> genre names mean, so I thought I'd pass it on to you folks. When the
> page goes live, I'll send the link out - feel free to link to it and
> disseminate it where you will. :-) All the definitions are *current*
> (which, in at least one case is quite important!) and the
> pronounciations should correct.
> In the meantime, with my great thanks to Erin S. for proofing this,
> and Paulette H for the original version, here's the Glossary of Terms:
western shows are thrown together in non-canonical relationships, then
what would the term be for throwing anime characters together?
I have heard "cross" used in this capacity, as in Serina x Rei. Is that an
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