Re: Digest Number 1588
- --- In Yuricon@yahoogroups.com, "atheniag" <anilesbocon01@h...> wrote:
>protect herself (and other women) from... "pervy lesbians". :-)
> "...as opposed to that of someone else, who created a word to
The quote above may have been abridged in the interest of keeping
quotes down to a managable size.
> Let's call shoujaoi and shounenai what they are - outdated terms.Maybe we can just dump the whole yaoi and yuri thing, and just file
> Yaoi and Yuri will, as genres, be around for a while and that's the
> important thing.
the whole thing under "queer"? ^_^
sub-group label elimination is all well and good, but I'm sure there's
some happy people out there who may just like to read a nice fluffy
yarn with maybe the odd girly kiss, as opposed to opening up a book
and getting all that sticky, nekked, drooling stuff.
Anyway, until the term "yuri" is pushed aside for the cooler, more
fashionable term ("Sei"), enjoy the glory days as Yuri Grande.
> That, and the fact that shounenai is now considered to be a term thatAhhh... *bangs head against wall*
> refers to child porn in Japan.
> It may not seem important to keep up to date on such terms, until you
> go into a store and ask for the shounenai doujinshi, only to be
> asked, politely, to leave the country...now. :-)
So that's why those people I was talking with during a party at the Japanese
embassy, looked as if they were witnessing burning water...
I don't think I can ever apply for a visa anymore >_<;;;;;;.
- Uncle Ro'
- unclero@... wrote:
> > That, and the fact that shounenai is now considered to be a term thatIt's ironic and quite inconvinient when there's a shift in meaning for a
> > refers to child porn in Japan.
> > It may not seem important to keep up to date on such terms, until you
> > go into a store and ask for the shounenai doujinshi, only to be
> > asked, politely, to leave the country...now. :-)
term in it's area of origin, but this shift isn't largely known in other
areas using the term (or those areas have their own usage that from the
start somewhat diverged from the original meaning; and then there's a
shift; and then there's connonations and implications and nuances
and--oh, Lord, I seem to have gone cross-eyed.)
Like otaku. It seems to me that the term's evolving similarly to 'geek'
in the US; starting to loosen it's creepier connonations (more slowly,
though....most people nowadays don't even remember that a geek was the
dude in a side show who bit off chicken heads; but I digress) and become
more of a term usable in a prideful manner. Someone who knows; am I
[anywhere near] right? It just seemed that way to me. Or so Genshiken
would lead one to believe >.>......XD
-Can we go to the place where we're forgiven?-