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Sure, because a) a girl's sexual fantasies about a fictional character is something so dreadful that requires the intervention of a deity, and b) it surely is a priority in this otherwise perfect world.... Don't worry 1#, god is ok with illicit sex: just see how many times incest and extra-marital sex happen in the bible!
#131 It wasn't just the fact that it was fictional characters. You have no idea what exactly he read. Fanfictions can get pretty damn raunchy pretty damn fast. Not only that, but what if it was the type of creepy fanfic that was about YouTube personalities or something?
You might want to talk to your kid op, that stuff can get pretty graphic. Unless you believe she's old enough. Then ydi if she is.
I agree with this only if the daughter is older. You should let her have her personal space, however, if she is still young, you should sit her down and have a talk about what is appropriate, and what isn't.. although everyone is entitled to their own opinion, and this might be what she enjoys doing.
I would say, Y'all need Jesus, but it seems like only your daughter needs Jesus.
"Jesus yelled, "YO HOMIES, LET'S SLAY THIS DRAGON!" and whipped out his lightsaber. His posse of 12 Dudes rode in on velociraptors, guns blazing. "YOU'RE TOAST, BITCH!", J.C. yelled as he swung his mighty sword, "SO SAY WE ALL!" And thus Jesus and the 12 Dude-ciples slayed the dragon and got turned up at the after party." You are sooooo welcome.
Me too. But honestly, 50 Shades is pretty horrendous, and it is actually a fanfiction ( of Twilight ). I've seen some truly beautiful works of art called fanfiction though, and they more than make up for those horrific ones. There are some very blessed people out there who do more with words than anyone could do with film, and some of them are discouraged from writing by their parents/significant others. It's truly a shame.
#39, I couldn't agree more. I used to write fanfiction that was strictly T or below rating, no worse than normal young adult literature but my parents snooped in my room and burned my hundreds of carefully handwritten pages. I had spent many many many nights and hours writing those, pouring my heart and soul into creating characters who became an extension of my personality. Myself in situations where I wasn't helpless in the face of my parent's anger and disapproval. And there is no way that I can recreate what I wrote and be as satisfied with it as I was. Even after four years it still hurts.
My Mum threw out my writing when I was a teen and I'm still ticked off when I think about it. I've written tonnes more since then, and from what I can remember most of what I lost was awful, but she robbed me of the opportunity to see how far I came (or didn't) and see both my progress and also get an outsider's perspective on my childhood imagination. CBC Radio 1 has a programme called "Adults Read Things They Wrote As Kids". You should see if you can find it online (they podcast their stuff); it's hilarious. The sense of hurt and betrayal will probably eventually ease off (it's been about 25 years for me and it doesn't hurt like it used to) but I suspect the disappointment will never completely go away. Keep writing! And try and recall it when you're falling asleep; maybe you can at least remember some characters and plots, and resurrect them. Seriously, fuck people who destroy other people's writing. It has value to the author far beyond whether or not YOU found it worthwhile.
Am I the only one whos constantly surprised everytime a parent with older children posts an FML? like its shocking they can use the internet let alone cool websites