Moreover, the views expressed here do not necessarily represent the views of Inquiries Journal or Student Pulse, its owners, staff, contributors, or affiliates. After all, we write stories that are inspired by our own perception of life, and being totally objective about texts is wishful thinking at best — therefore, it is inspiring and refreshing to have new ways of looking at canon. One of my survey respondents specifically pointed out this harmful terminology regarding AIDS: Russ touches on how stories with a more sexual nature are less likely to be harmful or violent than G rated stories, which relates to the fact that sexual fan fictions are possibly less canon 7 than G rated fan fiction. The writers of fan fiction are often extremely well talented and have the potential to right [sic] great things. Fan Fiction in a Literary Context. Women in American Media:
From these responses, it is clear that queer fan works have an impact on the way people consume books, movies, and television.
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Women in American Media: I think overall I have been left with the feeling that authors have the power to be inclusive or not and I am much more harsh in my judgment of those authors who are not. Much of what these scholars have to say on the topic of queer Harry Potter fan works is echoed by non-scholars as well. American culture is saturated with messages propagated by mass media. He shotted a spel and Vlodemort ran away. With modernization comes the scrutiny of young people. As both a fan of Harry Potter and a queer theorist, it is particularly fascinating to me that queer fan responses to this one book series have touched so many lives.
The deeper into fandom I get the more disappointed I am with mainstream media and traditional fiction. Inquiries Journal [Online], 9. Sport coincides with community values and political agencies Women in American Media: The queer fan fiction community unmistakably bonds members over representation of their identities:. Therefore, straight readers and queer readers alike must unlearn societal damage by learning to recognize heteronormativity for what it is: