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The Boston Globe Discovers Slash (with PICTURES!)

I kid you not.

Of course, The Boston Globe doesn't call it "slash," per se. Instead, the paper calls them "bromances." (Link goes to Urban Dictionary definition of "bromance" aka "man-crushes between straight men.")

So, y'know, they're not gay-ing up the guys.

Yet.

*snicker*

Yes, I'm 12.

And by the way, the Globe just doesn't go for m/m slashiness, but also RPF (The Two Coreys) and incest (the brothers of Fraiser).

WOO-HOOOOOOO!

*cackles*

My hometown paper is weird, yo.

So get your click on and check out The Boston Globe's pictorial on the 14 Greatest Bromances of All Time.


ETA: Yes, I'm aware that there's no Kirk/Spock picture. In fact, there are aren't any cult shows making an appearance on the list. All of the listed choices come from mainstream hits (like House). I suspect that the writer did that on purpose, if only to convince the casual television viewer of his point without freaking them witless.
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