Apparently, you can get arrested for writing slash in China.
Police in central China have arrested 32 young women, including a 17-year-old, who allegedly wrote gay fiction for a pornographic site.
According to the Shanghai Daily, police said the site provided nearly 80,000 gay stories to a database of 600,000 registered members.
Most writers said they were paid less than 100 yuan (US$15.23) for each short fiction and some hadn’t received money yet. One writer, Long Juan, said she took the job out of “curiosity” because gay novels were quite popular online.
I assume this was some kind of pay-to-download business. Were there any men involved in this operation, or was it a by-women, for-women operation? Thus is “gay” an apt description, or is more like slash or yaoi?
From PinkPaper.com, via Rachel Kramer Bussel