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lightspeedsound:

Ok but what if mermaids didn’t just live in liquid bodies of water.

What if there were mermaids who lived in thunder clouds and lured air plane pilots to their doom

What if Amelia Earhart was just seduced by a tropical storm mermaid and they’re living happily together in some seasonal monsoon system somewhere above the Bermuda Triangle

I ship it.

webgeekist
Fan fiction, fan art, the way female fans celebrate what they love: this stuff isn’t a secret anymore – and it shouldn’t be a punch line anymore, either. It’s a big messy world full of amateur writing and unedited work, but it’s also got of some of the best fiction I’ve ever read, published or otherwise. You don’t have to participate in it to afford it even a modicum of respect. I’ll be the first to volunteer if you ever want to learn. But if you’re not interested in that, politely decline to answer. It’s easy to blame the celebrity, dragged into answering these questions. But really, the fault lies with the media. Please, please, please journalists: stop asking celebrities about fan fiction. Unless you’re having an in-depth conversation about fictional constructions of the actors’ personae (like the very one you’ll be presenting in your piece?), it serves no purpose. Non-fans likely don’t get it; fans think you look like a bully – because you are.

Elizabeth Minkel, in her article "Why it doesn’t matter what Benedict Cumberbatch thinks of Sherlock fan fiction"

OMG OMG this article, THIS FUCKING ARTICLE. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU

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Brilliantly put..

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