Timeline of Femslash Fandom and Fanworks

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Also see Timeline of Femslash in Canon Sources and History of Femslash Fandom.

Fandom: Femslash
Dates: 1970s - present
See also: Timeline of Slashed Sources, Slash Controversies, Slash Tropes

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This timeline timeline shows dates of femslash fanworks (firsts and influential) as well as points in time in fandom in general.

The focus is not on canon. For instance, yes to fanworks about Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but no to general discussions and happenings in that show.

1970s

1975/1977

1976

1977

1980s

1980

1981

1985

1990s

1992

1994

1995

1996

1997

  • In 1997 or 1998 a single fanvid was created by Katharine Scarritt for the pairing Talia/Ivanova in Babylon 5. A few fans remember the video playing in the Escapade vid show in the 1990s which would make it the first public femmeslash vid, but the surviving playlists are incomplete and only include vids that were released on the official convention tape. Some vidders chose to release their vids on their own tapes and "Ice" can be found on the Media Cannibals Tape #3.[3]

1998

2000s

2010

2020

References

  1. ^ "robin_anne_reid: "'A Room of Our Own:' Women Writing Women in Fan and Slash Fiction"". Archived from the original on 2016-03-18. 
  2. ^ Nova (2002) '(Re)Making Space for Women' Sleer as Folk 308–322
  3. ^ source.