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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:

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*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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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:

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VideNoctuam Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I must say (sorry, yaoi-loving best friend) that I never liked Yaoi. It's a pretty grotesque representation of homosexuality. I mean, it doesn't happen like that??? My best friend tried to make me watch Yaoi before and I didn't really like it. 

And can I also say how much annoying it is to be forced to let your best friend use your computer to watch //intense yaoi// rather than spending time with you? And when we try to wacth regular stuff, two guys are simply TALKING together and she immediatly talks about a cute yaoi couple they would make. ///NO///. It irritates me so much when she does that.

Rant over. -rolls away-
AEQUORIN Featured By Owner Edited Oct 8, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I agree. It's a REALLY bad/distorted way of looking at gay culture. Gay men aren't all young, light-skinned dudes that act all cutesy or are all handsome afterall. They come in ALL forms.

And wow your bff kinda sounds rude. Why would they force you to watch something you obviously aren't a fan of? Plus, shouldn't a BEST friend want to spend time with you rather then watching anime porn? And with your own computer no-less. (0_o)

And wtf....two guys talking are just...two guys talking. Just like two girls talking are just two girls talking, or anyone else for that matter.

Sounds like it seems she's gone a little overboard. That 'watching yaoi porn rather than hanging out with you' is what makes me feel like she's been consumed by her fandom. That's really sad... :0 
NeoRussia Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014  New member
I don't like yaoi anymore...My friend kept calling me "kawaii uke" after I found out I was gay.. :( 

 it made me feel dirty somehow.
Chromatik-Fracture Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014   General Artist
Wow that's pretty rude of them to call you that. Telling you that you're a 'kawaii uke' is pretty much stating that you're the bottom, weaker portion of a relationship and have (little) if any control over the stronger partner. 

That's not very nice of them to do so. They probably meant it in a 'cutesy joking way', but that's what an uke is, the possession, the object, the weaker link of a pair. 

That's just another reason all of us here don't like yaoi. Couples aren't meant to be imbalanced. Pairs should always be seen as equal in a relationship. ^^ 
Russia-Love Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014
Is a book about actual (real) gay people count as YAOI?
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