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Two New “What Yuri Means to Me” essays are up!

Our written archive of personal histories relating to Yuri is now online, with two new sets of essays! From the 2005 Yuricon in Tokyo program book we have the creator of Plica-chan, Amamiya Sae, in English and Japanese, and an essay from long-time friend of Yuri, Eric Potter!

Essays can be found on the  What Yuri Means to Me Project page. (the 2005 files are PDFs.)

You’re welcome to send us your own history with Yuri –  we’d love to hear what Yuri means to you, too!

 

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First “What Yuri Means to Me” Essays are online!

Our written archive of personal histories relating to Yuri is now online, with the first two sets of essays! Enjoy the Q&A with Morishima Akiko-sensei from the 2005 Yuricon in Tokyo program book, in English and Japanese, and an essay from Katherine Hanson.

Enjoy the first essays from the  What Yuri Means to Me Project. (Some files are PDFs.)

You’re welcome to send us your own history with Yuri – this is an ongoing project and we’d love to hear what Yuri means to you, too!

 

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