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A Panic! At The Disco and The Academy Is... slash community

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Slash N.

Word used in fan fiction to denote homosexual pairings. Usually male/male, sometimes female/female AKA femmeslash.
Slash originated in the early days of Star Trek fan fiction. Kirk/(slash)Spock.
Also very popular with Harry Potter shippers...Harry/Draco, Sirius/Lupin, Snape/Lucius, etc..
Sometimes referred to as "yummy slashy goodness"

Smut N.

graphic sex either in a book, fan fiction, fan art, ect.

Fluff N.

A fanfic which the story has no plot. Only humorous or romantic nonsense.




Definitions provided by Urban Dictionary

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None of these stories are true. None of the writers own the characters,
and as far as we are concerned, none of this has ever happened.



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BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR STORY PLEASE READ BELOW.
If you do not follow these rules, your post will most likely be rejected by our moderators.
We only ask this so that the community can stay organized and running smoothly.



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1. All stories must include at least one member of either Panic! At the Disco or The Academy Is...


2. Alrighty, first of all, before you post, please make sure you story is of good spelling and grammar. Although it is okay to have a few spelling and grammar mistakes here and there, its best that you try not submit it before checking it over. A lot of times, it may help to have a beta , or person who reads your story before you submit it, look it over. This person may e able to catch the mistakes you missed, as well as helping to make sure the story makes sense.

3. We as that you include the following introduction, or at least some similar form of it, when submitting a story. Once again, it makes the community look more organized and clean.

Title: As with any short story, book, or movie, we ask that you include a title.
Author: Whoever wrote the story, as well as their screen name in a lj user tag (below)
Rating: We ask that you use the American ratings, this is just so that there is a set standard. (also included below)
Pairing: What couple can we expect from the story?
POV: Otherwise known as, point of view, it saves the reader a lot of confusion when you tell them how the story is being told. (In case you dont know, points of view and definitions are listed below)
Summary: A brief sentence or two telling the reader what the story will be about.
Disclaimer: This is just to save you from being sued, basically the same thing we have at the top of this page.
Author Notes:Dedications, thank yous, and any quick notes you have about the story go here. (Optional)


Your username goes between quotes on the tag.

4. Pleae put your story (this does not include introduction above) under a lj cut, this can be done using this code:



5. If you are posting a chaptered fic, please link to previous chapters in your post, that can be done by using this code:



6. Off topic posts are not permitted, this does not include role-play or slash community advertisements as long as they are under a lj cut. Other posts will be approved by a moderator.

7. Being a writer myself, it is one of the greatest pleasures to see someone comment my story. We ask that you please take a few moments and do so after you read someone else’s story. It's a little act of kindness that can brighten up the writer’s day, and it won’t even take you a minute. All we ask is that comments be praise or constructive criticism, obsessive rudeness and abuse will result in being banned.





RATINGS
According to the MPAA (Motion Picture Association Of America)


Snippets of language may go beyond polite conversation but they are common everyday expressions. No stronger words are present in G-rated films. The violence is at a minimum. Nudity and sex scenes are not present, nor is there any drug use content.


There is no drug use content in a PG-rated film. There may be some profanity in these films. There may be some violence or brief nudity.



Stronger violence, nudity, sensuality, language, or other contents, but does not quite fit within the restricted R category. Any drug use content will initially require at least a PG-13 rating. If nudity is sexually oriented, the film will generally not be found in the PG-13 category.



An R-rated film may include strong language, violence, nudity, drug abuse, other elements, or a combination of the above.


Does not necessarily mean obscene or pornographic; in the oft-accepted or legal meaning of those words. The reasons for the application of an NC-17 rating can be excessive violence, sex, aberrational behavior, and drug abuse.



Points Of View

objective Point of View
With the objective point of view, the writer tells what happens without stating more than can be inferred from the story's action and dialogue. The narrator never discloses anything about what the characters think or feel, remaining a detached observer.

Third Person Point of View
Here the narrator does not participate in the action of the story as one of the characters, but lets us know exactly how the characters feel. We learn about the characters through this outside voice.

First Person Point of View
In the first person point of view, the narrator does participate in the action of the story.


Omniscient
A narrator who knows everything about all the characters is all knowing, or omniscient.

Limited Omniscient Points of View
A narrator whose knowledge is limited to one character, either major or minor, has a limited omniscient point of view.


Point of view explinations found at http://www.learner.org/exhibits/literature/read/pov2.html





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treckett_elite
pamic! at the disco, rydon, slash, the academy is..., treckett

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