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I humbly apologize to the mod for the OT posting (& promise to keep it brief).

Dear ladies of AURLCO, I pose to you a question: how do you like your fic (besides the obvious inclusion of nekkidtivity, of course)? Myself, I am a purist only in the confines of the fandom. I ship Max/Logan exclusively on the show & they were definitely my OTP, but in fic my tastes tend to be more liberal.

The reason I ask is because I wrote a ficlet (that ties into a much larger fic) which involves Naked!Logan stepping out of the shower. As nice of a mental image as this presents, it's not set necessarily within the DA fandom (no post-apocalyptic world) & Max plays no part in it. Rather it involves an original fictional character (FTR, there's a PG-13 version & an R version, if that gives a clue as to the scene's contents).

If this doesn't bother you & anyone is interested in reading it, I'll provide the link. So what say you? Are you game? Shall I be beaten for insubordination & blasphemy? (so long as it's by Logan, I can live with that *BEG*) Does Naked!Logan outweigh all else? You decide.

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mrsevilpigeon
May. 24th, 2010 10:38 pm (UTC)
Diversity in fiction makes the world go around, and this community exists to promote writing and healthy lechery any way we can get it. Also, we're too lazy to have strict rules or posting guidelines. :)

Link anything you like!
warrior_gypsy
May. 30th, 2010 05:49 pm (UTC)
*smiles* I get that, particularly the lazy part. Besides, less is more as far as rules are concerned (they're more likely to be obeyed that way).

But it's better to take 2 seconds to ask, then spend weeks untangling a mess born of a bad assumption. Thank you for letting me know.

PS: your icon is just all kinds of wrong. I had to say it! *giggles*
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