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Stargate Atlantis Gen Ficathon
Annual genfic festival
2012: Humor, Week 1: Stayin' Alive 
6th-Jun-2012 08:34 am
Genficathon Team Sunshine
Category: Humor
Title: Stayin' Alive
Prompt(s): [Freestyle]
Additional Content Notes: Seventies, mustaches, Humor, Action/Adventure, Team, Porn
Rating: Explicit. This gen fanwork includes explicit sexual content.
Wordcount: 13719
Summary: Trapped in 1972, John gets an offer he can't refuse, and the pornstache he's always wanted. But what happens when the whole team goes back to the Seventies to rescue him?

Story and art: Stayin' Alive

ETA 07 June 2012 2247 US EDT: Anonymous comments are now screened, because the discussion here has been linked at external locations.

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Comments 
7th-Jun-2012 12:09 am (UTC)
Anonymous
i agree this isn't gen. maybe the intention for gen is there, but i just think that if at any point in my gen fic, im assualted with gay sex, it's not gen, no matter the circumstances.
7th-Jun-2012 12:16 am (UTC)
Anonymous
I really have to ask if you'd feel the same way if it was straight sex. Because if you wouldn't, the problem is you.
7th-Jun-2012 01:33 am (UTC)
You know, it's really easy to hide behind an anonymous tag and tell someone they have a problem if they don't want to read gay sex, but it's still wrong and uncalled for. This person is stating a simple fact that they don't consider a story with gay sex in it to be gen. I've been in fandom for 30 years and have read every conceivable rating and type of fanfic out there and I have to say that seeing a fic labeled as gen with a warning from the author saying it's explicit and has porn in it made me go "Huh?" Then to see that it was basically slash on top of that really threw me. I guess by the extremely broad definition the comm uses this could be considered gen, but it's not gen by any other fannish definition of gen I've ever heard.
7th-Jun-2012 08:42 am (UTC)
But they were hiding behind an anonymous tag too? Calling yourself "assaulted by gay sex" by a story with a very clear header is obviously meant to be an inflammatory statement. Honestly, the first part of their comment doesn't even register, because it's so overshadowed by the obvious wankbait in the second part.

I can totally understand why someone wouldn't accept a story like that as gen, because it's a very widely contested term that means different things to different people, but there's really no need being an ass about it.
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