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The last two weeks have been legitimately completely insane, and I got to participate less this year than I had hoped, and less than I have in the past, but it's been amazing to come home each night (you know, whenever) and see what other people have posted, and that the community is still running and that people are still talking about the project, years since I first started it to cauterize a wound. Funnily enough, I'd been wanting to write a women and work essay -- which was completely derailed for me by work. Irony. Anyway. Thank you. You're all amazing. Happy Valentines Day. Happy Vagina day.

Title: Asunder
Rating: NC-17
Summary: Supernatural. Wherefore they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder. (Matthew 19:6)

Oh, and in case anybody wanted to see the Vulcan deer. )
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Click above to read today's essay about women in sports. I was thinking about this, how yes, all the big names of late have been men, but maybe even worse than just lack of exposure for female athletes -- of the positive kind -- is the coverage when they break form. Does anybody else remember when Serena Williams got fined something ridiculous? Maybe she shouldn't have exploded, but honestly, how many "bad boys" of sports are revered, and Williams gets slapped with a fine? Annoying.

ANYWAY, a big THE Ohio State welcome to --

Title: (Un)covered
Rating: NC-17, for graphic het.
Summary: NCIS genderfuck -- if Tony had been Toni. Toni has spent her entire life hopelessly in love with people.

Many, many thanks to [profile] lepaugus for the fabulous beta. As for this story -- I feel like I could write an entire 14 Valentines entry about the process of writing it, and the almost alien intimacy of it.
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Go read the fabulous essay that [personal profile] bunnymcfoo wrote on the subject of body image, and peruse the cool stuff people have already begun posting!

As for me, rush job, unbetaed, but for you --

Title: In Progress
Rating: R, for teenagers being unbearable
Summary: Glee. Kurt guesses it's because they're all in high school that despite all the abnormally high levels of drama and hormones, none of them consider walking away after sectionals. )

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