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Welcome to Subtext. This is a fansite and fanlisting for slash fanfiction. Slash is the term used to desribe fanfiction centered around relationships between between same-sex characters.

This fanlisting was last updated on August 25, 2014. We have 1172 fans listed with 0 pending! This site is listed in the Fan Works category at The Fanlistings Network. I am proud to have run this fanlisting since March 07, 2005!

To navigate this site, use the menu above. News and updates about this site and slash are listed below. If you have any problems with the site, please be sure to contact me!



Small Updates

I added a few new pairings to the Popular Pairings list. If you have canon or non-canon pairings that you think should be added, be sure to let me know and I’ll add them!

I also added one new wallpaper! The newest wallpaper is Kurt/Blaine from Glee which I made for my new fansite and fanlisting that you can find at KurtAndBlaine.com!

Posted on December 29, 2010 @ 12:58 PM. Leave a comment?

Joss Whedon on Fanficion

This article about a possible remake of Buffy the Vampire Slayer discusses fanfiction including slash: Buffy the Vampire Slayer Without Joss Whedon? That’s Been Going on for Years. Here’s an excerpt:

Interestingly, Whedon has always been positive about fanfiction:

“I love it. I absolutely love it. I wish I had grown up in the era of fanfiction, because I was living those shows and those movies that I loved and I would put on the score to Superman and just relive the movie over and over.”

He has even been positive about slash fiction, which depicts romantic or sexual relationships between fictional characters of the same sex. “In my world, heroes bugger each other senseless. Not all of them, but more than you’d think, and probably not who you’re thinking.”

Posted on November 29, 2010 @ 4:23 PM. Leave a comment?

Article on Real Person Fiction

Ology.com has a feature called Fandom Friday where they post articles about various aspects of online fandom. A recent post of theirs detailed real person fiction and, of course, real person slash got a mention:

Another name for RPF is RPS, Real Person Slash. This offshoot isn’t surprising, since a lot of fanfiction is slashy, playing with subtext to present a more sexual/romantic take on the bonds forged in performance. RPS became more prevalent when the Backstreet Boy and *NSYNC were popular. Young men traveling together, presenting some cohesive image of the perfect guy? Yeah, I can see room for interpretation.

Posted on November 17, 2010 @ 4:46 PM. Leave a comment?