- Slash Fandom, Sociability, and Sexual Politics in Putin's Russia
- Transformative Works and Culture
- Document type
- Faculty of Humanities (FGw)
- Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA)
- Russian slash practices are much more than a protest subculture—a reductionist term that implies an unchanging isolation from
other public realms. The political significance of slash practices on the Russian-language Internet, Runet, is more effectively
understood by examining how slash and slashers travel from fannish to other public spaces to shape everyday political conversations
about sexual politics in Russia.
LGBT politics; Public spaces; Social media
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