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31 May 2009 @ 11:40 am
I am extremely proud of you, flist, you chose just as I would have.

Winners of the hottest poll are Lena Headey and Gary Oldman!

Their picspam will be posted shortly, now let's hear it for the runner-ups, Katie McGrath and Anthony Stewart head (heeeee, Morgana/Uther OTP!)

the lovely Miss McGrathCollapse )

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31 May 2009 @ 05:42 pm
I spend a lot of time justifying the things I like to people. I think most of us in fandom do. Explaining that yes, there is something worthwile in shows called 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer', and no, science fiction is not all about robots and space and explosions. And I've given up on trying to explain fanfic and slash to people outside of fandom, because it's pretty much pointless and will end in people patronising me, which will lead to a bloodshed.

But sometimes I even have to justify things I watch and like to myself. I mean, there are shows and movies that are pretty much anything I should hate, from the treatment of female characters to the sheer idiocy of the plot, and yet, I kind of like them. There is this moment, where I think about a movie I've just watched and think 'yeah, so, it fails the Bechdel test something awful, and it uses every single stereotype it could find, and the hero is a douchebag, and the heroine is a cardboard cutour and not a woman, and the jokes fell so flat they should stand on the backs of elephants who stand on a turtle... and yet! shiny!'

Do you get that, too?

(randomly, where does this whole GQMF idea comes from? Yes, I know what it stands for, but where did the term originate?)
31 May 2009 @ 10:42 pm
Title: Falling is like this.
Fandom: Star Trek reboot.
Pairing: Kirk/girl!McCoy.
Rating: R, for language.
A/N: First foray into the fandom, and I'm genderbending for some reason. The idea didn't want to go away.

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