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Not work safe.



Sort of wishing I'd chosen a different title now. And I have never used as many semicolons as I'm using when I write sex in Sherlock's POV.



Is anybody else having a problem where they have to put manual [br][br] into each entry or it comes out in one big paragraph?



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I have mixed feelings about this, but if I'm going to get the Sherlock's Sexual Dysfunction story posted before getting a bunch of new canon to digest, this is the only way I can think of to do it.



It should be OK -- it's pretty much 100% sex or talking about sex, so it's not as if there's any plot for me to mess up and come at in the wrong order ...



Part 1 )

Part 2

Part 3

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[personal profile] brownbetty posted some feral WIPs -- things you find on your hard drive that you barely remember writing.

So I found a bit of Breakfast Club that was probably going to go somewhere but never got there, and I popped it up onto AO3: Sets Consistently High Standards. Brian/Bender, not explicit (sorry), 228 words.

Hangups

Sep. 2nd, 2013 02:17 pm
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Enough real life. Let's play a game.

You give me a fannish character I'm reasonably familiar with, and for that person I will give you a hangup. You know: a sexual dysfunction, an unexpected inhibition or aversion, some perfectly ordinary thing he/she simply cannot handle.

If I'm *not* familiar with your character, maybe some other reader will join in.

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We have requests that I'm unable to fill:
Joe Dawson
John Winchester
Reese or Finch
Christopher Chant

Anybody want to take these on?
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I've just posted a new Sherlock story to AO3: DNA

Sherlock/John (together and in various combinations with various OFCs) -- explicit -- 10,000 words

Post-Reichenbach, obviously with a Dreaded Het warning

Item. There's nothing strange in a good-looking bloke having a lot of sex with a lot of different women, none of whom he introduces to his flatmate.

Note: For christ's sake, this is Sherlock Holmes we're talking about.


Beta thanks to [personal profile] cesperanza, [personal profile] julad, and [personal profile] laurificus. Thanks to [personal profile] copperbadge for the conversation that inspired this, and the lines I stole from him.
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I've posted a new Skyfall story on AO3.

Equanimity
NC-17 -- 3900 words -- Bond/Q
"As I never know when someone might try to push my buttons, I find it useful to know where they are."

There's a mindfuck element in the premise that may squick some readers. If nothing in the first ten paragraphs disturbs you, you should be golden on the rest. Comment if you want a guide for the persquicked.

I used to feel like something was published when I put it on my site, and AO3 was a backup. I notice that now it seems just the opposite.
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Lord help us, Res is posting gen. Next thing you know, [personal profile] cesperanza will be posting story notes that say, "Sorry there's not enough plot."

Fruitful
Discworld -- G -- 580 words -- Cheery Littlebottom's wedding, and what follows

Thanks to [personal profile] out_there and [personal profile] runpunkrun for beta!
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Impersonation
Cougar Alvarez/Jake Jensen -- NC-17 -- 6100 words
"This is a dream assignment, and I am not going to fuck it up just because my teammates aren't secure enough in their masculinity," he said to Pooch.

"You ever nibble on my earlobe again, they will find your body in eight places," Pooch said, but Pooch didn't share Jensen's commitment to self-improvement.
Impersonation at AO3
Impersonation at my site

Thanks to [personal profile] giglet for beta!
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... no, I have no explanation at all for this.

"Destiny"
Jenko/Schmidt -- NC-17 -- 950 words
"Did you ever think," Jenko whispered, "that, like, the universe has a plan for us?"
"Dude," Schmidt said, "you were supposed to confiscate it, not smoke it."
At in medias res or At AO3

Also, I did finally get around to putting my Losers story, "In Which Cougar Always Looks," on my site. Start on the homepage if you want to read the warnings first.
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Yeah, I'm going to be a lazy slob and not put this up on my own page till tomorrow, but it's at AO3 now:

In Which Cougar Always Looks
Cougar/Jensen -- NC-17 - 2,400 words
There were many things Cougar would have liked to unsee, but the world didn't work like that.

For [personal profile] muccamukk with thanks for the Reader's Guide to the Losers Comic for the Torture-Squicked.

Beta thanks to [personal profile] giglet and [personal profile] cesperanza.
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OFC/OMC(/Steve Rogers) -- NC-17 -- 3,900 words
Steve goes to a brothel and learns something.

Tolleranza at my site
Tolleranza at AO3

Beta thanks to [personal profile] cesperanza. And a million thanks to [personal profile] dorky for helping me with Italian language, names, customs, and general efforts to avoid being publicly ignorant.
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Accommodations

Five reasons the Avengers don't want to live together, and five reasons maybe they do, after all.
Steve Rogers/Tony Stark -- PG-13 -- 3,600 words
Many thanks to [personal profile] astolat and [personal profile] terrio for beta.
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OK, I knew I was old because my kid, who was in utero when I started reading slash, turned thirteen today. But it's been ten years since [personal profile] cesperanza accidentally launched 101 Ways To End Up In A Shack In Canada.

I was still a beginner back then, and I can't even tell you how much the shack challenge influenced me; the 500-word length made it possible to explore new pairings, and I learned to spot the juicy center of a story and zero right in on it. It made such an impression on me that when I was writing Breaking and Entering, and I wanted to send Arthur and Eames somewhere that represented ultimate safety and comfort, I put them in a shack in Canada completely by accident.

So now we're doing it again! The details on the anniversary celebration are here, but the short version is that everyone's invited to spend 500 or so words getting pairings old and new into shacks in Canada. (Rumor has it there are actual cities in Canada, but as I've never been there, I prefer to think of it as entirely full of shacks.)

Works in this year's challenge are collected on the Canadian Shack 2011 collection on AO3. I wrote And One Way To End Up In a High-Rise On Lake Shore Drive, a little Fraser/Kowalski story, for old time's sake.
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If you'd rather read the whole finished thing, it's up now.

Steve Likes Tony on my site
Steve Likes Tony on AO3
Avengers movieverse -- Steve Rogers/Tony Stark -- 3,100 words -- NC-17
One of them is very confused.
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Continued from here and going NSFW pretty much immediately; hope that's not too much of a spoiler for you.

Edited, thanks to a comment by [personal profile] bluemeridian, to reassure one and all that Steve continues to like Tony all the way through, though he likes some parts of Tony in a more personal fashion by the end than he did at the beginning.

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"Tony," he says helplessly. "What -- I don't understand."

It's like playing that game where you make a move and turn over all the pieces from black to white: all the things that have happened since he woke up are turning over and showing another side. He and Tony have been spending nearly all their time together for months. He's seen Tony's good sides and admired them. He's seen Tony's bad sides and either accepted them or helped him nudge himself out of them.

He *likes* Tony.

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Continued from here

"Look here," Steve says. "I know all you people expect me to be like everybody's grandpa, but I never looked down on a man if he wanted to go to bed with other men. Never. It's his business, and that's the end of it. And if you're one of those --" He falters at that, because it runs smack up against all these pictures in his head. Tony at a party with some gal in a fringed skirt, doing a dance that's not too much different from screwing standing up. Tony in a limo with a blonde whispering into each ear. "Or only some of the time, if you --"

Tony smirks at him, and he goes on doggedly: "But it's got to feel different for a fellow like that. Because what I feel when I'm with my best pal and what I feel when I'm with a girl I like, they're totally different feelings."

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Continued from here.

It works at first, and then it doesn't. He works out more, but it's pretty tough to wear this body out. And anything other than full-out exertion leaves his mind free to wander, which is just what he *doesn't* want.

It's probably bad to wish for another megalomaniac so soon after they defeated the last one.

When Tony comes down to the gym, Steve thinks at first that he'll be a great distraction, but he stays just as keyed up as before. It doesn't help at all. In fact, when Tony wants to spar, the idea just makes things worse. Maybe it's the similarity to dancing? Anyhow, Steve says, "No," really fast, and Tony makes an exaggerated hands-off gesture and says, "Fine, fine, no contact, I get it," and there's something stiff around his mouth like Steve's hurt his feelings.

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Continued from here.

Steve tries not to think about sex too much. Young men of his generation still considered sublimation to be a positive goal, and Steve has had a lot of practice.

Besides, who's he going to think about?

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