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boizu rabu

boizu rabu
 n.— «Other examples of their specialized vocabulary include “yaoi” and “boizu rabu” (i.e., boy’s love, sometimes abbreviated BL). Yaoi applies when the progagonist in a manga or novel makes a reappearance in a spin-off or sequel. BL refers to an original work.» —“Female otaku: Geeky gals’ fantasies every bit as goofy as guys’” by Masuo Kamiyama OhmyNews June 29, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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