Non-con

Contents: Meaning | Origin | Spread

Meaning


What does Non-con mean?

Non-con is the short version of the term non-consensual.

It is a popular term amongst fanfiction creators and fans, or it just in general refers to scenarios where one is forced to have sexual intercourse.

“Non-con” eroticize and romanticize elements of non-consensual sex such as aggression, helplessness and power imbalance.

Also, some fans who enjoy creating or consuming such fan works make the distinction between the aesthetic of “non-con” and rape.

For the individuals who distinguish non-con from assault, the thing that matters is frequently a matter of emotional consent and legal assent.

However, it’s far nonetheless related to rape fantasy and is particularly controversial.

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Origin


What's the origin of Non-con?

The exact origin of the “non-con” fan fictions is unknown. However, in all likelihood it didn’t begin a lot later than the other genres and subgenres of fan fictions.

Fan fiction as an expression of fandom and fan interplay was populariued and was firstly recognized through Star Trek fandom and their fanzines withinside the 1960s.

However, creating and also consuming sexual and/or taboo themed fan fictions was a thing until the 1990s and early 2000s.

Spread and Usage


How did Non-con spread?

The exact origin of the “non-con” fan fictions is unknown. However, in all likelihood it didn’t begin a lot later than the other genres and subgenres of fan fictions.

Fan fiction as an expression of fandom and fan interplay was populariued and was firstly recognized through Star Trek fandom and their fanzines withinside the 1960s.

However, creating and also consuming sexual and/or taboo themed fan fictions was a thing until the 1990s and early 2000s.

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Published: 11/26/2020 | Last updated: 01/18/2021 | 1,047 views | Report error
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