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This is the prompting post!

Prompts can be from any fandom. Please read the rules first.

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Things to keep in mind:

  • Comics fandoms: When prompts are compiled for claiming, all Marvel comics will be grouped together by universe - i.e., Marvel 616 or Marvel Ultimates, including the X-Men. The same is true for the DC Comics universe. Movies will be grouped together as well. The Avengers movies will be grouped together, but the X-Men and Spider-Man movies will be listed separately because they are not the same 'verse. Likewise, the Nolan Batman movies and Superman movies will be listed separately from the comics and from each other.  So if you want to keep that in mind when you are prompting, that's great! If you don't, that's fine, too, and we'll take care of it during the compiling period.
  • Agents of SHIELD will be listed under Agents of SHIELD, not the MCU.

Happy Prompting! Don't forget to read the rules! Prompting ends on March 29.

Prompting for 2014 Queer Fest is now closed.

Date: 2014-03-14 09:48 pm (UTC)
minkhollow: (pls help?)
From: [personal profile] minkhollow
Quadrophenia (rock opera by the Who), Jimmy Cooper, As if things inside his own head weren't screwed up enough, one of Jimmy's alternate personalities turns out to be gay/bi/trans.

St Trinian's (2007), any characters, Going from the ultra-permissive world of St. Trinian's to the expectations of wider society is never easy, but the girls have each other's backs no matter what.

The Giver, any or original characters, Sameness vs. gender identity: GO. What does it mean to identify as trans when everyone is called 'a male' and 'a female' and the only sex-specific occupation is Birthmother? Is there a place in the community's rigid rules for people who don't identify with their assigned gender?
The Giver, any or original characters, The scientists who were working on Sameness never did figure out what to do about same-sex attraction, but assumed the hormone-suppressing pills given to everyone at the onset of puberty would do the trick just fine. After Jonas leaves, a handful of people in the community stop taking the pills - and are confronted with feelings that fall outside of what they've come to expect in more ways than one.

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, any or original characters, Most of the Galaxy is down with sexual orientation not always allowing for reproduction, but the concept of gender - how many there are and whether/how you present it - depends on which culture of what planet you ask.

Warehouse 13, any characters, A sex-swapping Artifact gets one of the group reconsidering their gender identity.
Warehouse 13, any or original characters, Queer life in the Warehouse in one of the less open-minded times/places it's occupied.
Warehouse 13, any or original characters, The Warehouse can't afford to be anything *but* an equal-opportunity employer, and has more than once served as a safe space to those who work there.
Warehouse 13, any or original characters, Transitioning with a little help from an Artifact: the good, the bad and the ugly.
Warehouse 13, Artie Nielsen(/James MacPherson), Artie thought he was done with this coming-out business, but then Mrs. Frederic hired new agents, and Claudia Donovan is the single nosiest person on the planet, and his ex-partner (in more ways than one) is up to no good, and past a certain point, even Myka can't help asking the question.
Warehouse 13, Claudia Donovan & Steve Jinks, Claudia's long suspected that being able to have an intelligent conversation with someone is more important to her than their actual equipment, and dragging Jinksy to the only gay bar in a hundred-mile radius of the Warehouse confirms that hunch. But she's still not sure if that's a little weird; fortunately, Steve is more than willing to hear her out. (Bi or pansexual Claudia, author's choice.)
Warehouse 13, H.G. Wells, She said it herself: "Many of my lovers were men." Show us one (or more!) of the women - how did that work in the constraints of Victorian society? Did she have a fling with one of her coworkers in Warehouse 12? What does she think about the change in sexual mores between then and the 21st century?
Warehouse 13, Jane Lattimer, Now that Pete knows she's a Regent, Jane figures she might as well bite the bullet and tell her son about her girlfriend.
Warehouse 13, Joshua Donovan, The Internet isn't the only thing that's changed a hell of a lot in twelve years; it turns out the support networks for queer physicists are a lot better than they were when Joshua teleported himself into limbo. Between that and the fact that he's not Claudia's only family anymore, he decides it's time to start exploring that support network.
Warehouse 13, Myka Bering and Pete Lattimer, AU based on "Merge With Caution": One or both of the pair has been presenting as their preferred gender since before the Warehouse, but after that bodyswap, the secret's out. (Number of operations involved in their presentation, if any, up to the author.)
Warehouse 13, Myka Bering/HG Wells, Myka thought she was straight until Helena came along. Helena's trying to figure out the complex tangle that is 21st-century standards of self-identification (really, why isn't it enough that she likes who she likes?). Starting a relationship would be a lot easier if they weren't having simultaneous identity crises.
Warehouse 13, Steve Jinks, He doesn't lie about his sexual orientation, but it's not really the business of strangers. This can lead to some interesting conversations.


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