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Naka-redirect ang "Pag-ibig ng mga lalaki" dito. Para sa pelikula, tingnan ang Boys Love (pelikula).
Isang halimbawa ng gawang shōnen-ai, orihinal na inilathala ng Animexx.

Ang Yaoi (やおい)[nb 1] na kilala rin sa tawag na Pagibig ng mga Lalaki, ay isang kilalang terminong Hapones para sa mga sanay na kababaihan sa piksiyonal na medya na nakatuon sa homoerotiko o homoromantikong panlalaking relasyon, na kadalasang ginagawa ng mga babaeng patnugot. Bilang depiktikong lalaki, mayroong isang andropilikong lalaking manonood kasama na rin, subalit ang isang manga na para lamang sa mga baklang mambabasa o manoood ay inihihiwalay sa ibang genre. Kapag orihinal na tinutukoy ang isang tumpak na uri ng dōjinshi (sariling lathalang gawa) na pumaparodiya sa gawang anime at manga, kasalukuyang ginagamit ang yaoi sa henerikong termino para sa sanay na kababaihan sa manga, anime, 'dating sims', nobela at dōjinshi na itinatampok ang ideyolohikong homosekswal na relasyong panglalaki. Kadalasang sumusunod ang mga pangunahing tauhan sa pormula na seme (攻め, salin: "manunugod") na siyang umuudyok sa uke (受け, salin: "tagatanggap"). Sa Hapon, malawakang pinalitan ng termino ang Boys' Love (ボーイズラブ, Bōizu Rabu), na kung saan ay nagsubsumo sa parehang parodiya at orihinal na gawa, at pangkalakalan (commercial) na kasama na rin ang gawang dōjinshi. Kahit na tinatawag na Boys' Love ang genre (kadalasang idinadalat bilang "BL"), ang mga itinatampok na lalaki ay pebestiko o matatanda na.[1] Nilalagyan ng shotacon ang mga gawang may ganitong layunin, at nakikita bilang isang panibagong genre.


Tandaan[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

  1. In careful Japanese enunciation, all three vowels are pronounced separately, for a three-mora word, [ja.o.i]. The English equivalent is YAH-oy.

Talababa[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

  1. Pilcher, Tim and Brad Brooks. The Essential Guide to World Comics. Collins & Brown. 2005. 124-125.

Malayuang pagbabasa[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

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