Iron Girl

Tony Stark. Industrialist. Inventor. Philanthropist. Multi-billionaire. He is interested where the energy that Metahumans get there powers comes from, little does he know that soon he will have more experience with that power than he ever wanted.

Tony Stark, Wolfsbane and other characters belong to the real owners, the Comic Retcon was Lilith's idea. Thanks for letting us play.


Palatine HS is being stupid!

This if ridiculous. This isn't someone just starting to transition.

The student who filed the complaint has been living as a girl for a number of years, Knight said. She plays sports and would like to be in the same locker room as her friends and classmates. Relegating her to a separate room down a long hallway from the gym only serves to stigmatize her, he said.

I saw it on the News...

It's been done before

Some fanfiction author is going to sue. The 10th anniversary (has it been that long?) Twilight is going to have a genderswapped version of the story.

(I included NSFW based upon what people are likely to say when they see the story. I couldn't find a Caution for horrible things.)

Unintended Consequenses

“Good after ladies, gentlemen, and others. I am here to present the newly proposed Lincoln Convention Center, as designed by the Smith and Jones Architectural Firm of Chicago, Illinois. The design is for a building of no more than one million square feet, with maximal usable exposition space. I believe that you will find that we have done just that.”

Odd email subject.


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I know that everyone gets those odd emails, Increase your 'body part' and Buy cheap 'drug' here type ads. But the other day I got one with a very strange subject: Email Exclusive! Buy 1 Get 1 Free, Woman Within! Now I thought that slavery was illegal, but here it is a sale to buy one woman, get one free!

(For those that don't know Woman Within! is a clothing store.)

A question for authors

There is something I've always wondered about. Some authors seem to refuse to real world references. They write a story set in the US, but the characters shop at stores called Q*Mart, drink Fake Cola, eat at Tennessee Fried Chicken, and so on. Other authors seem to have include a TM or Copyright sign after every trademarked or copyrighted name. I don't see this in mass market fiction. Are those authors afraid of being sued? If I'm Coca Cola I'm suing someone with money, not some unknown writer on the internet.

Can someone that does that, or did that explain why?

Graduation 2010: A Whateley Fanfiction Story

This is a Whately Academy Fanfiction. A short story of what happens at Team Kimba's graduation. Caution: This story contains non graphic death destruction and mayhem. All of the characters and settings belong to those that own them, I make no claim to any of them. Enjoy it at your own risk.

PS: No Spider-rats were harmed in the writing of this story. (Why does my browser know the correct spelling of Spider-Rats?)

Muppets Most Wanted (Limited Spoiler)

I went and saw Muppets Most Wanted. Like the other Muppet Movies it uses the shotgun approach to comedy, if you tell enough jokes some of them have to be funny. The more you know of current pop culture personalities, the funnier it will be.

He regrets it

I am watching Fox & Friends Weekends here at work, and they were doing a story about a high school that got rid of white graduation gowns for girls and blue for boys, and after a vote by the students went with maroon for everyone. While discussing this Clayton Morris one of the hosts brought up Facebook and their addition of all the variant genders and orientations they added. Something that at the time he said some disparaging things about.

Looking for a story

I hope someone here can help me, I am looking for a story. I think I read it last year. It involved a married man that is a sissy AB. His wife agrees to participate, but he has to follow her rules. Only she can change his diapers and she won't change a dry one, he has to wear a pullup to work under his clothes. She swaps out his wallet for a "Hello Kitty" one, sends him to work with yogurt containers filled with baby food.

Praise for Lulu Publishing


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Several years ago I purchased a couple of ebook versions of Tiffany Shar's Standing Up to Life, and Daring to Hope from When I went to download them onto my new tablet, I found that there was no link for the download. I clicked on the problem with this order link and sent off my problem. I got an automated reply that didn't solve the problem, so I clicked on the "This didn't solve my problem" link and in less than an hour I got a reply.


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