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I'm promoting my new fan collective, for all fandoms for authors with an interest in
punk/glam/alternative fanfic. I thought some of you talented lovlies might want to join the fun, because really you guys might like the idea behind it, I'm looking for mods too

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madam_mew_mew
Jan. 29th, 2007 03:34 am (UTC)
The het warnings are for people who are squicked by it, not for the hetrophobic (I think I'm technically still PC if I'm kind of grossed out by hetrosexuals doing it)
joanne_c
Jan. 29th, 2007 07:35 am (UTC)
All you's are general.

I'm more thinking that the pairing label should already tell you if it's het or not, why do you need the extra warning? I'm very minimalist as possible with warnings and labels though (and if anyone expects me to warn for, say, Mick Ronson's death they can kiss my ass, seriously). And if you don't know the pairing is het by the names of the pairing (I'm talking full names, say David Bowie/Marianne Faithfull, here) then why are you reading a story in a fandom you're not familiar enough with to know if the story is het or slash?
madam_mew_mew
Feb. 12th, 2007 06:55 am (UTC)
Because pairing listings are incomplete, say someone writes a harry/draco fic, and there's ron/herm in the background, as long as there are no graphic/detaild scenes involving ron/herm there shalt be no warning, however, if thete is sex/graphic material involving the het pairing there shalt be a warning label so I won't accidentally get squicked

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