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Title: Gulnar and the Wonderful Ring
Author: elisserion
Fandom: Feminist Fairytales
Word Count: 1046
Inspiration: Chapter 11: Ala Dean, parts 1 and 2.
Summary: When Alzahra goes missing, her mother comes looking for her.

Read more... )
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Title: Close-Minded
Author: elisserion
Fandom: Feminist Fairytales
Word Count: 629
Inspiration: Chapter 16, The Oracle. The story is all about how the witch is so smart and sees through the con right away, which made me wonder how she would have reacted if it had turned out to be real after all.

Summary: The witch has already decided what she’ll see when she visits the Oracle.

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Title: Beauty Within
Author: Melissa Treglia
Fandom(s): Feminist Fairy Tales/Beauty and the Beast
Rating: G
Word Count: 1,932
Inspiration: Gehayi and Zelda Queen's sporking of Barbara Walker's "Ugly and the Beast." Walker's version of the tale is AWFUL, and fails on every conceivable level, all while ignoring the point of the B&TB tale in the first place. (And even if your only exposure is the Disney version, you still know what that point IS.) So, I took the one decent concept Walker's version had--a Beauty who's not outwardly attractive--and wrote my own version of the classic tale.
Warnings: None.


Summary: A retelling of the classic faerie tale, with a Beauty of a different kind, and a Beast of an uncommon backstory.

''Ours is an honorable family, and we always pay our debts.'' )
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Title: Here's The Truth
Character: Hades(Disney version)
Fandom: Feminist Fairy Tales
Summary: Inspired by Chapter 23 of Feminist Fairy Tales. Hades gives us the real story of him and Persephone.
Rating: PG


Here's the Truth.  )


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Title: How Spring Returned
Author: Elisserion
Fandom: Feminist Fairy Tales
Rating: G
Word Count: 1,013
Inspiration: Chapter 23, "How Winter Came to the World." I didn't find "Dea Mater" very relatable, or a good ruler.
Summary: Zooz never went looking for power.

Read more... )
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Title: Barbie and Joe
Author: Elisserion
Fandom: Feminist Fairy Tales
Rating: G
Word Count: 366
Inspiration: Chapter 9, "Barbidol". Also, my own childhood toys.
Summary: A fashion doll and an action figure find love.

Read more... )
[identity profile] sashahoneypalm.livejournal.com
Title: The Woman At The Bar
Author: Ncfan
Fandom: Fifty Shades of Grey/The Silmarillion
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 3144
Warnings: Character Death
Summary: An Elf who personally knows a thing or two about domestic abuse deals with Christian Grey.

Kate Kavanagh meets Tolkien's Aredhel. The Noldo princess knows all about being trapped in a relationship with an abusive, controlling partner- and she won't let other women suffer the same fate. This story was actually written for Gehayi, and I was surprised that it hadn't been posted here already. So here it is:

The Woman At The Bar

(Funnily enough, I often mentally pronounce Eöl's name as "Eel"- the same thing the sporkers here sometimes call E. L. James).

The Angel

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[identity profile] sashahoneypalm.livejournal.com
Title: The Angel
Author: Sasha Honeypalm
Fandom: Feminist Fairy Tales
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 676
Inspiration: Chapter 18, "The Gargoyle". Also (on a more pleasant note) a homeless guy I used to buy lunch for.
Summary: A blind beggar in Paris makes an unusual friend.
Read more... )
[identity profile] sashahoneypalm.livejournal.com
Title: The Tapestry
Author: Sasha Honeypalm
Fandom: Feminist Fairy Tales
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 289
Inspiration: chapter 13, "The Weaver"
Warnings: rape, character death
Summary: A sexual predator meets a... different sort of predator.
No one was quite sure who she was or where she came from... )
[identity profile] sashahoneypalm.livejournal.com
Title: Summer Dawn and Winter Morn
Author: Sasha Honeypalm
Unfandom: Feminist Fairy Tales
Rating: PG
Word Count: ~1250
Inspiration: Walker's inability to write in general, and her woeful attempts on domestic abuse, body image, and loving relationships in particular.
Warnings: Mostly off-screen domestic abuse
Summary: A fairy tale of sisterly love.

Summer Dawn and Winter Morn )
[identity profile] nanoquill.livejournal.com
Title: The (Un)Granted Wishes
Author: Quill
Fandom(s): Feminist Fairy Tales
Rating: General
Word Count: ~990
Inspiration: I felt the genie deserved better.
Warnings: Mind control
Summary: The power of a genie is more limited than most people think.


The (Un)granted Wishes )
[identity profile] gehayi.livejournal.com
Title: The Beast Within
Author: [livejournal.com profile] gehayi
Recipient: [livejournal.com profile] idiotalchemist
Fandoms: Feminist Fairy Tales — Barbara G. Walker, La Belle et La Bête| Beauty and the Beast, Fairy Tales and Related Fandoms
Characters: Beast, Ugly, Original Female Character
Pairings: Beast/Ugly
Word Count: 1,500
Rating: PG
Inspiration: The story springboards off of the last line of Walker's "Ugly and the Beast" in Feminist Fairy Tales.
Summary: A relationship based on looks, good or no, is a relationship that will not last long. The same goes for one that isn't based on love and respect.

The Beast paid his servants to spread abroad the lie that he and his bride were perfectly, for he needed people to believe that he had done much better for himself this time. )
[identity profile] gehayi.livejournal.com
Merv and I have talked it over, and [livejournal.com profile] twispitefic will now be open to spitefics of Feminist Fairy Tales as well.
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Title: Ready, Set, Don’t Go
Author: Melissa Treglia ([livejournal.com profile] gnosticdiva)
Fandom: Fifty Shades Trilogy
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 1048
Inspiration: Christian calling Ana's dad Ray about the engagement in Fifty Shades Darker, before Ana could tell her dad herself. Gehayi and Ket's comments on that scene (and an accompanying macro or two) during their sporking made me wonder what Ray might've said to Christian. Of course, a loving dad would probably have a stroke at the thought of his daughter rushing into marriage after only a few weeks, but, y'know... I tried my best with the canon we've got.
Warnings: None, despite the source material… well, unless you count a well-deserved paternal threat.

Summary: Raymond Steele gets the news his little girl will be married soon.

Someone give this poor guy a drink... )
[identity profile] jaydude2.livejournal.com
Title: Fifty Shades Concluded
Author: Jaydude2
Fandom: Fifty Shades Trilogy/Kick-Ass
Word Count: 1337
Rating: PG-13
Inspiration: Just wanted to make sure the series ended with Christian Grey getting his just desserts.
Warnings: Strong language, mentions of torture and death, and implications of sexual violence
Disclaimer: I do not own any of the characters mentioned or featured in this story, or any of the franchises they are associated with.
Let's see if this works )

* I know I referred to Hit-Girl as a blonde in Gehayi's sporking, but when in costume, Hit-Girl wears a wig of black or purple hair, depending on the medium.

[identity profile] celticlonging.livejournal.com
Title: Shifting Colours, part 10
Author: celticlonging
Fandom: Fifty Shades trilogy
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 1622
Inspiration: gehayi and ketmakura’s sporking of Fifty Shades Darker
Summary: The Mendozas are going home.
Author’s Note: I don’t own anything from Fifty Shades. And I am so sorry! I wrote this ages ago and never posted it here. Oops.

Click to read more... )
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Title: French Lessons
Author: Melissa Treglia (gnosticdiva)
Fandom: Fifty Shades Trilogy
Word Count: 4636
Rating: R
Inspiration: Mervin's spitefic Lucky Number Thirteen, wherein Ana gets some sense talked into her by Sharon, the submissive that Christian injured during a suspension scene... as well as the flurry of comments on [livejournal.com profile] das_sporking that resulted from the revelation that Christian keeps blackmail material of his former subs. Of fifteen subs, there HAS to be one that would not be threatened by such a shady tactic.

Warnings: Rated R for canon origins--includes disturbing canon themes, discussion/depictions of BDSM and related Lifestyle/kinks, implied stalking/gaslighting.

Summary: You've met Sharon, our lucky 13. Now meet Jacqueline Bouchard, former submissive #4.

He can be very harsh at times, in his way, but... I am told he has gotten worse since he was with me. )
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Title: Fifty Shades of Debate
Author: Melissa Treglia (gnosticdiva)
Fandom: Fifty Shades Trilogy/Griffin Unbowed (homebrew)
Word Count: 2195 (for part two only)
Rating: R
Author's Note: See Part 1 for explanation and warnings.

Summary: Griffin Blasko, protagonist of Griffin Unbowed, vs. Christian Grey of the Fifty Shades trilogy.

Self-made man, my ass. )
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Title: Fifty Shades of Debate
Author: Melissa Treglia ([livejournal.com profile] gnosticdiva)
Fandom: Fifty Shades Trilogy/Griffin Unbowed (homebrew)
Word Count: 2487 (for part one only)
Rating: R
Inspiration: You really have to ask? Well, I've done this before with the Twilight vs. Forever Knight Debate Trilogy, but I realized I hadn't done a Fifty Shades debate fic yet. Also, I wanted to see what my original characters (Laila and Griffin) would make of Ana and Christian. Especially as Griffin's got a (somewhat) similar backstory to Christian. Turns out, my two are less than impressed by the Greys (shocker). Incidentally, this quickly got more serious than your typical debate fic, so apologies in advance if you wanted the funsies.
Warnings: Rated R for canon origins--includes disturbing canon themes and some strong language.

Summary: Laila Chadevsky (from my and my-coauthor's original vampire novel Griffin Unbowed) vs. Anastasia Steele-Grey of the Fifty Shades trilogy.

Sex is always dirty if you do it right. )

[identity profile] afterandalasia.livejournal.com
Anyone else watch Criminal Minds? Because I recently got into the fandom and watching it has reminded me of Fifty Shades of Grey on more than one occasion. And not in a good way, if there even is such a thing.

Spoilers for the episodes will be put beneath spoiler cuts.

Fandom(s): Criminal Minds
Title: Season 4 Episode 14, "Cold Comfort"
Rating: R
What it reminded me of: Christian's wangst about his dead mother.
Warnings: Violence, character death, necrophilia, generally disturbing themes.
Summary: The BAU are called to a case where women are being abducted, killed and embalmed, with their bodies being held after death. The culprit is revealed to a man named Roderick Glass. He was pretty much raised by his nanny, who died suddenly while his parents were away. He was left with her body for several days, and would curl up and sleep beside it, draping its arm over himself. When he abducted women, he would force them into the role of his nanny before embalbing them and keeping their corpses to have sex with.

Bonus? It takes place in Washington state.

And if that isn't enough nightmare fuel, have another.

Fandom(s): Criminal Minds
Title: Season 7 Episode 20, "The Company"
Rating: R
What it reminded me of: Christian's bullshit contracts and, generally, how he treats Ana.
Warnings: Domestic violence, abuse, brainwashing, very heavily implied rape over a long time, abduction/imprisonment of children.
Summary: Morgan's sister believes that she sees their presumed-dead cousin, and calls Morgan and the team in to investigate. The sister is alive - she's just been held captive by a man for the last eight years. He's part of a group of men, all of whom are abusive degradations to the name of humanity, who keep women captive by two means. First is threats of 'The Company' and what they will do to the woman and her family should she try to leave; this 'company' is fictitious, but the women don't know that. Secondly, they have children with the women and then keep these children captive as, essentially, hostages for the women's behaviour. Throw in some bullshit contracts, a little bit of non-consensual physical violence, and immediate lawyering up in the face of a domestic abuse charge, and all I could see was Christian Grey.

A slightly less creepy bonus, but the actor who plays the perp in this one is awesome, and nowadays better known for The Walking Dead.

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