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The most common definition of Slash is a Fan Fic that pairs two (or more) characters of the same sex.
Often, "slash" is used for male/male pairings only, with "femslash" or "femmeslash" are used to define a female/female pairing (sing an "x" symbol between the names works too).
Today we will ponder America, a country, even a civilization, that existed long ago where the United States is today, but bore little resemblance to it. Today it would be a health crisis with the ambulance and squad cars. Shooting another kid was like gargling fishhooks or taking poison.
It will be like studying cave drawings, or Sargon of Akkad. You Anyway the man that owned the Limestone was about eighty or a hundred years old and had frizzy red hair like a bottle brush and his name was Coochie. He liked little boys–not like those Catholic preachers always in the newspapers–we didn’t do that either–but just liked kids. We’d take them to school because they were in our pockets and it was hard to leave your pocket somewhere even if you thought of it. It would have seemed like a damn fool idea, like eating a peanut butter sandwich dipped in kerosene. I guess how people are is what they’re going to do, not what laws you have.
Athens was small and Southern, drowsy in summer, kind of comfortable feeling, not much concerned with the outside world. There was this big rack of comic books that nobody ever bought but you just took them to a table and read them till they fell into dust and drank cherry cokes and ate nickel pecan pies. You could carve your initials on your desk when the teacher wasn’t looking. You can tell a possum to sing church songs, but he won’t, because a possum just doesn’t have it in him. When you shot a BB gun at something that needed shooting, like an insulator of a telephone pole, it was like a thing of beauty.
In many communities, the ordering of the names is used to indicate a power relationship, and who exactly is the dominant member. The point is who would have thought that technology had evolved to the point where I would find myself alone in my office at work, shouting out loud at my own computer screen screaming 'WHEN DO I AT LEAST HAVE A GO?!! Regardless of the reasons, the set up is that one partner wants out (or, minimally, space) while the other one wants the marriage.In these situations I’ve seen people do all sorts of things to try to save their marriages—most of which kill off any chance of getting back together.Of course, some canonical works, especially Boys Love and those with a Cast Full of Pretty Boys, invite such reading by playing the ambiguity for all its worth.It's also common to (sexually) pair characters who are nemeses in the source material, in Fan Fic's own version of Slap-Slap-Kiss, Foe Yay and The Masochism Tango.