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A Pride-And-Prejudice Supergirl

A whimsical fiction inspired by the TV series… Dear Alexandra, What abominable misfortune it is that you were unable to attend the ball at Lady Catherine’s last night. All of society it seemed was there and I felt quite out … Continue reading

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Sunshine

Rose entwined through golden hair She flew up high without a care Let them mutter! Let them stare! She was here, and they were there In soundless space, in sun’s pure shine Orgasmic ripples up her spine Let them bicker! … Continue reading

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Another Super Rant – What the ’El?

While it’s great to have a prominent and positive lesbian relationship in Supergirl, I can’t help feeling the message is: “Kara is (and always will be) 100% straight, but we’ll let you have the sister.” This insistence on Kara’s straightness … Continue reading

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Learning to Smile

She learned not to hear. The cries of fear, of hate, of pain, of sorrow; sharp as acid, blunt as lead. The whimpering misery of the alleyway. The careless brutality of gunshot. The incessant, treacherous whispering of poisonous words. She … Continue reading

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A Virgin Pure

They made a television series charting Kara’s life With errors and omissions too the plot was truly rife Not once was mention made of her sweet dominatrix wife “It’s full of lies! I’m not like that!” cried Kara yet again … Continue reading

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Evidence of pain

in solitude she weathered the rain she blessed it, the evidence of pain washed from her cheeks, the tumult a flood that drowned the whimpering night in mud cliffs of glass and solid brick stood calm impassive, no sign of … Continue reading

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The worm turns

A dark-eyed, black-garbed Mistress X Her careful plan enacted Kryptonian crystals at her ears Kept watchers all distracted Past cameras she walked unseen By sensors undetected Advanced computer firewalls She broke through unsuspected The government’s encryption schemes Were easily defeated … Continue reading

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