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Welcome Home Non-Yaoi Fans! :) <- FOR OUR NON-ENGLISH SPEAKERS! <3 Emoticon: Hug by KuroiRaine

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*First off we apply the same rules to the yuri genres, they are not exempt here. We just want to emphasize not liking yaoi, shounen ai, or slash at the forefront b/c quite frankly it's everywhere and in everything, while yuri is not. :hmm:

1.) Anti-Yaoi does not in any way, shape, or form mean 'Homophobic' or 'Anti-Gay'. There is always going to be someone to misconstrue the two. If you've ever read yaoi, slash, or shounen ai, then you'd know that they have syndromes such as enormous hands, a seme chin, uke eyes, the list goes on and on. We're pretty sure real-life gay men don't have any of those weird features as far as we know. And real-life homosexual relationships aren't always, "Oooooh, I love you kawaii desu desu sugoi!" or "Senpai~ it hurts so gewwwwd...!" :dryno: by Taimotive

No. Just, no. (ಠ_ಠ) There's a huge difference. Plus, they're fictional characters within anime/manga/other media. As such, these genres relate in NO WAY to actual LGBTA people. Please know the difference. :no:

2.) For people who come visit the group and don't like what is being shown, and don't like that others don't like yaoi, yuri, fem-slash, slash, shounen ai, and other such genres, please do not rage at them. We are free to like/dislike whatever genres as we please. There should be no need to bash those who don't agree with you. If you feel offended in any way, we kindly ask you to leave. :handshake:

3.) Please no trolling, flaming, or correcting other people's grammar to try and win a fight. It will not be condoned on this page, you will be blocked immediately if you participate in this childish behavior. :disbelief:

4.) This is simply a support group with a common interest...nothing more, nothing less. :nod:

5.) This is a SAFE environment for all non-yaoi fans and should be treated as such. There will be NO tolerance for putting others down just because they don't like yaoi, slash, shounen-ai, m-preg, yuri, fem-slash, or shoujo ai. Bullying other people for their artwork is also not tolerated. People can always get better with time and practice. :thanks:

So yes, we aren't fans of yaoi, shounen ai, or slash (same thing goes for the yuri genres) and that's totally fine with us! :highfive: = :heart:

NOTICE!: We are currently constructing a competition for you guys and gals so please stay tuned! At the moment we are in the process of collecting prizes and points for winners! :woohoo:

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If you'd like to join, just press the 'request to join members' button and you're good to go! :eager:

*P.S. Please read our policies that're listed in the galleries, and on our homepage BEFORE asking to join. We will NOT accept Deviants who endorse erotic media or whom repeatedly break Deviantart policies (i.e. art theft, other forms of plagiarism, posting pornography, etc.) and please be aware we are against ALL sub-genres of yaoi/yuri as well (i.e. m-preg, shounen-ai, shoujo-ai, etc.) as we do not support genres that turn homosexuality into a fetish for so called 'fun'. :no:

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We believe in the gay community being represented in a realistic manner, not in the way the yaoi, yuri, shounen-ai, shoujo-ai, and other such genres treat gay relationships (like it's some okay form of dehumanizing gay culture into nothing but smut for fiction purposes with unrealistically written plot-lines to be frank).

We do not support or believe in that here. To us the LGBTA community is about ALL kinds of people and real BELIEVABLE types of relationships, not the narrow box the yaoi and yuri genres paint them in. :no:

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*If you're a yaoi, yuri, slash, m-preg, etc. fan we kindly ask you to leave if you feel offended in any way. :handshake:

This is a SAFE ZONE for non-yaoi/yuri genre fans, and will be kept SAFE for our fellow Deviants. :dance:

We will not tolerate those who try and start fights on our page or are rude to the group members/watchers for not liking a GENRE. Bashing us for having a different outlook than yours will not be condoned here. :facepalm:

If you participate in this aggressive behavior you will be blocked immediately.

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Yaoiwriter25 Featured By Owner Edited Nov 5, 2014  New member Hobbyist Writer
It feels like your putting all Yaoi lovers in the same area I write Yaoi and it's very well made and not like some.
Chromatik-Fracture Featured By Owner Edited Nov 6, 2014   General Artist
First off, if you do write good/non-stereotypical LGBTA stories that don't have seme, uke, rape, pedophilia, bishounens or pretty-boys, then it should be called 'realistic gay fiction' NOT 'yaoi'. :nod:

Yaoi is technically homoerotic/sexualized gay fiction made by majority female authors targeted towards a majority female audience. <-That is LITERALLY what yaoi is, a genre catering towards a female fetish within our media (its orgins coming from animes and mangas from Japan, the western counterpart being 'slash'). It holds the same principles as yuri and hentai: smut fiction.

And we aren't generalizing here, that's how it is run by the creators. And if you read over some of the sections in the link I posted, you'll notice that the authors often portray gay men as having to be idealized versions of the 'perfect man', something that forces a negative stereotype on how gay men ought to look and act, not how they actually are.  My point of how yaoi portrays gay men vs. actual gay people: 

The gay men portrayed in yaoi are almost always good-looking, with perfectly muscled bodies, and often times neglect dark-skinned, or older LGBTAs. A realistic LGBTA character would be like Bill and Ellie from the game "The Last of Us". Neither character is sexualized/stereotyped by appearance, and emphasis is on their personalities and their struggles within the world they live in, they are portrayed as people first, and their sexualities do not define them

And if you feel like we're saying this about all yaoi fans, we are not. However the majority of yaoi fans unfortunately buy into these stereotypes.

They either make gay men into pedophiles, rapists, are sexist against women, make gay men all good-looking or young, make gay men automatically stylish, show gay men as being 'cute/innocent' (ukes),  to its counterpart seme 'violent/dominating', ignore gay women, older LGBTAs, make all gay men light-skinned males, turn straight into gay for 'fun', ignore the existence of women, or have stories based on shallow concepts like teachers with students, or handsome schoolboys, or just super attractive men together in general (not real-world dynamics between regular lgtba people).

If you do none of the things I mentioned, then great! You write realistic gay fiction, kudos to you! That is what you're doing. :pat:

However if you buy into those negative gay stereotypes, then not so great. Gay people/characters should be portrayed normally and as people first, not with such shallow/smutty concepts that define them by their sexualities. The person should always be seen first.

If that makes sense as to why we don't support yaoi and why most yaoi fans buy into these stereotypes, then I hope you can understand where we're coming from. And again, if it does none of the things we mentioned, then it is 'realistic gay fiction' not 'yaoi'. :handshake:

Yaoiwriter25 Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2014  New member Hobbyist Writer
Oh ok well thank you for that I applogize if I came off rude.
Chromatik-Fracture Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2014   General Artist
We know and it's alright. ^^

We hope you know now that 'realistic gay fiction' and 'yaoi' are not the same thing, and you're welcome. :D 
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AEQUORIN Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Sorry comment below, but this club is exclusively for people that do not support the yaoi/yuri genres at all, as such we had to decline your offer to join since you do support these genres though we do not.

Regardless, hope you understand our decision to decline and best of luck in your future deviation travels! :thumbsup: 
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