>>2447189>As for that wall of text about nationality of every single employee of a animation studio, just stop.
I'm not stopping, as you just brought me to the point I've been trying to reach this entire time.
This is fucking stupid. You want to know why it is that way? Because you tried to put it in black and white and ignored the grey. The same way you called a girl kissing a girl "yuribait" instead of calling it yuri but perhaps with a caveat. All of that piss easy research is there just to show what doesn't fit into either A or B, in order to crack the true/false definition you assigned to a word.
You can't define art by nationality or blood, because millions are inspired to create things exactly like it without that nationality.
You can't define art by citizenship, because citizenship can change.
You can't define art by the location it was made in, because that's retarded.
You can't define art by anything other than it's content, what it is made of. And even then, there's the grey area. You can't write a line in the sand and say something like "Everything above this line is yuri/action/mystery/romance/whatever, and everything under it is not" because you're dividing thousands of works into just two black and white categories.
The way we define what is yuri/anime is by comparing it to other things that we consider yuri/anime, and if it reaches our personal internal bar for yuri/anime then we call it that- which is why there is often conflict regarding those definitions. But it's also why Batman isn't anime despite the definition everyone claims to be factually concrete and irrefutable.
The reason you see stuff on a board for yuri that doesn't fit your definition is because your definition doesn't work. And a definition that doesn't work will be changed by everyone using it in a way that does.
In short, if someone makes fanart of Madoka fingering Homura, it doesn't matter where the fuck they are or where they live when they do it. It's yuri.