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Day 10

In your own space, share your love for a trope, cliché, kink, motif, or theme. (More than one is okay, too.) Tell us about it, tell us why you love it, give us some examples and recs. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.

I'm going to go with theme. I almost always write stories of The Sentinel with Jim and Blair as an established couple. I also like Blair as a consultant for Major Crimes in my stories. In my older ones, he was still at the university, but my newer ones I changed to established and consultant. I prefer them as a couple because Lord knows the show made them seem like one all the time. Why would they have lived together for so long if not for that reason. I'm a firm believer in slash. I just looked over my page and realized that I love first times too. Especially when they are clueless. The show did it to me. I don't have any kinks, I don't think. I would have to reread all of my stories because I don't remember. LOL I'm going to leave some links to my newer stories if anyone is interested. In the comment section are the new story links that I put. I did this one backwards as usual. Jim's No Fool Jim's STill No Fool The King and I William To The Rescue
All of my stories are here:

Date: 2017-01-10 04:31 pm (UTC)
kiki_eng: black and white, a man in a suit stands in an office building at night, his back to the viewer (Torchwood) (Ianto in an office)
From: [personal profile] kiki_eng
With slash there's sometimes this moment, watching a show or reading a book, or whatever, where something just grabs you and starts shouting "Gay! So gay! Queer as handbaskets!" (or something) and IDK, I think that's kind of a great moment, that light bulb one, and then there are all of the moments after that. So, yeah, thanks for talking about that with The Sentinel, a bit.

Date: 2017-01-11 10:20 pm (UTC)
kiki_eng: striped mug held by a woman wearing a sleeveless top (Hawaii Five-0) (mug held by Kono)
From: [personal profile] kiki_eng
I feel like slash is a lot more socially acceptable now than it used to be - I overhear a lot more fannish conversations than I used to and I feel like every queer person I meet that's younger than me is a slasher - but there does seem to be that age element, that we're expected to grow out of fanfic and take up "adult" pursuits, or something and societal resistance to the whole gift economy thing.

But, yeah, I like having my internet and irl circle that are pro-queer and pro-fic. It's nice, and the internet especially can be a great safe space.

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