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... Anime?

noun: a style of animation that originated and is still heavily centered in Japan.

The word 'anime' is based on the original Japanese pronunciation of the American word 'animation.'

The stereotype of the anime style are characters with proportionally large eyes and hair styles and colors that are very colorful and exotic. The plots range from very immature (kiddy stuff), through teenage level, to mature (violence, content, thick plot). The classification of 'hentai' is given to anime of a strong sexual nature.

Although over 95% of anime has nothing perverted about it, most closed-minded idiots think anime is always a form of pornography.
The plural of anime is "Anime" not "Animes"

... Manga?

"Manga" are Japanese comic books/graphic novels. The word literally means "whimsical pictures" in Japanese.

Manga is different from American comic books in many ways, which is why it is sometimes translated as graphic novels. Comic books in America tend to be colored, sold in thin booklets, and written for a teenage male audience. Manga is almost always black and white, serialized in manga collections before being sold in bound books, and has many different genres appealing to many different audiences. There are romantic manga for adult women, mob dramas for older men, cute fantasy comedies for young girls, and much, much more. Just about everyone in Japan reads manga, and there is something to suit every taste.

Manga series are often animated into television shows and movies.

... Yaoi?

Yaoi is a Japanese word, which is actually something of an acronym. It comes from "YAma nashi, Ochi nashi, Imi nashi", which means "no climax, no point, no meaning".

In speech and writing, it's a slang term used to refer to stories that focus on homosexual relationships, usually between men. Yaoi tends to involve graphic sex, often with little or no plot. The female equivalent is yuri.

A related genre is shonen-ai, or "boys' love", which tends to involve less sex and more cuddling (and plot).

... Yuri?

Anime, manga, or fanfic that depicts explicit lesbian relationships. Usually focuses on the passionate/ lustful/ physical side of the relationship, unlike shoujo-ai which focuses on the romantic/ loving/ emotional side. Usually R rated or higher.

Also, a fairly common girl's name in Japan, meaning "Lily".

... Shounen-ai?

Anime, manga, or fanfic that depicts non-explicit relationships between two males. Usually focuses on the romantic/ loving/ emotional side of the relationship, unlike yaoi which focuses on the passionate/ lustful/ physical side. Usually no more than PG-13 rated.

... Hentai?

Hentai is animated pornography showcasing women who have better bodies than any real women (yet have weird hairstyles and hair-colours) and men with enormous penises.

Every character in a hentai has body features several times better than any real person. 13 year old boys with 12 inch erections. 8 year old school girls with breasts better than most 16 year olds. The thinner the woman, the bigger the breasts.

Female children in hentai don't always have breasts, but sometimes they do to add sexuality into the hentai. Children do not have spectacularly large breasts, but they can be nice ones.

As for women, their is no such thing as a flat-chested no-breasted woman - at least in professional hentai anyway. Their breasts are perfect and natural - not tainted by surgery with scars and abnormalness. They are perfect. Hentai is perfection.

As for elderly women, they do not exist. In hentai, they do not get naked. They are characters that are basically asexual to the hentai nature. Thank god.

Hentai can involve anything sexual. Lesbians, bisexuals, homosexuals, bondage, underwater, fairies, humans and animals, orgies, oral sex, aural sex, anal sex, naisal sex, S&M, slavery, dildos, strap-ons, anal toys and of course heterosexual vaginal sex. Hentai isn't always sexual penetration with a group or pair of people. It can be a woman/man/tranny posing or masturbating. It could be a group...

... Shoujo-ai?

Anime, manga, or fanfic that depicts non-explicit lesbian relationships. Usually focuses on the romantic/ loving/ emotional side of the relationship, unlike yuri which focuses on the passionate/ lustful/ physical side. Usually no more than PG-13 rated.

... Het?

Heterosexual. Typically used to differentiate the difference between anime couples.

... Slash?

Genre of fanfiction involving pairing two male or female characters together; characters are commonly shown with a slash in between. (ie Kaname/Zero, Ino/Sakura)

... Canon?

Another word for official. Used quite often in fan fiction to differentiate between the official storyline in which the fan fiction is based on. (ie "Canon pairings")

... Fanfiction?

Fanfiction is when someone takes either the story or characters (or both) of a certain piece of work, whether it be a novel, tv show, movie, etc, and create their own story based on it. Sometimes people will take characters from one movie and put them in another, which is called a cross-over.

Most people who bash fanfiction are not willing to look past the fact that it's based on something else to see that it could be worth reading IF you like the subject. If they don't like the subject, then obviously they are going to automatically dismiss the fanfiction.

It is true, however, that some fanfictions are rather poorly written and only a few hundred words, and it is also true that some people just write them so they can have their favorite characters have sex (lemon). But, if you take the time to find something decent, you can end up with a fanfiction story that is so close to the original piece of art, that you'd barely notice the difference.

... AU?

Alternate Universe

... Fanart?

Art of any form, usually electronic or drawn free hand, that uses characters or settings from a popular television show, novel, cartoon, anime, or movie as the subject.

.... Roleplaying?

(v.) To act and speak as if you are the character you're portraying. To roleplay is as much about what not to say as what TO say. It means to keep your speech in the context of the setting in which your character (or avatar) exists. Context can be defined as both time and place.

Most roleplaying that occurs is in an online setting, such as an online game, a chat room, or a message board.

(adj.) A setting in which the act of roleplaying is strongly encouraged, or even enforced.

... Lemon?

An anime/manga or (anime/manga) based fan-work that depicts sexual acts.

Often shortened to simply "Lemon", the term is actually derived from a hentai anime in 1984, "Cream Lemon", which told a story about a girl called Ami and her relationships.

Since then "Lemon" has been used to refer to all sexually-oriented fanworks, in particular fan-fiction.

.. Lime?

A fanfiction or chapter of a fanfiction in which characters graphically fool around, but do not actually have sex.

... Smut?

A writting style that is sexually explicit and generally associated with females.

Basically porn aimed towards women.

The difference between porn and smut:

Porn: Usually has very little plot line and is extremely sexually explicit. Mostly watched or 'read' for the pictures. Aimed towards men.

Smut: Highly developed stories with love lines and other things that appeal to women that also include alot of sexually explicit scenes. Can be in comic form, or in written form (as in romance books)

... Echii?

1. In Japanese it means "Naughty". Like thinking naughty ideas.

2. In sex image books it is the eqaul to word Milf. see the next meaning below.

3. Basically the sexaul admiration of granny, mommy, or a woman who is over there exporation date. Like a twenty year old.

4. It is the continuing stage of Hentai where fetish is introduced. The same is said for Adult entertainment stars after they have gotten too old, or have done everything possible or impossible. Like a ugly man in really nice suit.

... Bishounen?

Literally means "pretty boy," as in an attractive member of the male gender. Also spelled "bishonen," and sometimes shortened to "bish" and "bishie/bishy." It is a Japanese word, adopted by female anime fans in the rest of the world to denote any male anime, manga, or video game character they happen to find good looking. Strictly speaking, "bishounen" should only refer to boys under age 20, since a "pretty man" would be "biseinen." However, most people prefer to use bishounen for men and boys of all ages, as it is so widely used.

Opinions on which males are bishounen and which are not vary according to personal tastes. The stereotypical bishounen generally has long hair, a slender, graceful figure, and lacks facial hair. Bishounen tend to appear androgynous or feminine. They are also likely to have certain personality traits, like sensitivity, secretiveness, moodiness, refinement, and a dark, tormented past.

This word is a noun, but is sometimes used as an adjective, as in the sentence "That guy is so bishounen." As an adjective, the word means "having or displaying the traits of a bishounen."

... Bishoujo?

Literally means "pretty girl" in Japanese.
Can also refer to games and anime with pretty girls. Bishoujo games are usually "hentai games" that are like a "virtual interactive storybook".

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