High schooler Nosderag is childish, impulsive and- worst of all- powerless in a magical world. Her strong sense of empathy leads her to rescue an injured fairy and bring it back to her dorm, to the chagrin of her love-powered rumoured lesbian roommate Dalzonf. Together they try to return the fairy to its enclosure before they get arrested for animal theft.
The problem is, people with love powers are seen as criminals, putting a giant target on Dalzonf’s back.
CONTENT WARNING: This story will have homophobia, bullying and discussions of sexual assault.
Sahana is friendly, innocent and optimistic, making her the perfect shoujo anime heroine… except she’s not the main character of this story.
When school prince Toyomi asks her out, she starts hanging out with him and leaves her friends behind. Prim and proper Masami and tomboyish slob Kunie don’t seem to have much in common outside of their friendship with Sahana, but they try to make the best out of a lonely situation.
So why is the god of love and marriage watching them, red string of fate at the ready?
Chad is, well, a Chad, or at least he looks like one. He’s got his sights set on the cool nerd Becky and enlists the help of her shy incel ex-friend Noah, offering to help him get the gorgeous girl (Stacy) he desperately wants. Noah is reluctant to help, believing that he will be stuck in inceldom forever, but Chad’s interest in his life gives him hope. When their plans go awry, they start turning their romantic attention towards each other.
Inspired by the Virgin vs Chad meme. This is chiefly a male/male romance but there is also some female/female romance in it and it's adorable.
Content Warning: Given the subject matter, you can guess that this story has dark themes in it, such as suicide and self-harm (plus the mental health issues that often cause them), sexism, slut-shaming homophobia, biphobia and transphobia. There is also swearing and some mentions of sex but nothing too explicit.
After a falling out between friends Ruth and Elaine decades ago, an elderly Ruth tries asking for forgiveness and confessing to Elaine with a bouquet of her favourite flowers.
CONTENT WARNING: ABUSIVE PARENTS
Have you ever noticed that superheroes in movies cause so much collateral damage? This story is for people who have.
Louise is a civilian caught in the middle of a battle between a supervillain and a team of heroes, a battle that is destroying the buildings around her. One hero tries to transport her home, but Louise doesn’t want to be rescued.
Edgy teenager Jimena's idea of a joke is coming out to her classmates every day. The thing is, she actually is gay but is too chicken to come out for real, playing off her numerous attempts as a joke. But this time she's going to tell the truth and confess to her best friend, the equally edgy rebel Vinciane. Her plan? Write an entire song in two weeks and perform it in front of everyone. Should be easy, right?
A Vocaloid fanfiction (Yukari x IA). Yukari is a hardworking student who manages to balance her studies with her relationship with a boy. Things start to change when she meets her high school's young, beautiful new librarian IA. Yukari asks her to help her find a lesbian-themed novel like one she's read and all goes well until she realises she might be more like the characters in those novels than she thought.
You know those movies and TV shows in which an effeminate gay character has a crush on the popular jock? Strike that, reverse it.
Daniel is technically popular at school but fades into the crowd. After an injury at footy (Australian football) practice, he is forced to focus on improving his grades, starting with English. Luckily, the new kid in school knows a lot about Shakespeare and is willing to tutor him. Now if only this new guy wasn't so attractive.
Kei wishes he could forget the night he drunkenly made out with his male co-worker. He really does. But covering up the taste with mints and Golden Gaytime ice cream is doing nothing, and someday he’s going to have to figure out what his damn sexuality is.
This is a sequel to my story Cheap Beer and Ciggie Cheeks, but you don’t need to read that to understand this.
Terrence loves to stare at his male coworker Kei during his lunch break. When Kei invites him to the bar with some other coworkers, pasts get revealed and a drunk romance blossoms.This story is very Australian, so if there are any questions about the slang or the cultural references, feel free to leave a comment on this story.
A series of short stories about lesbian (or bisexual female) relationships between high-school girls.
A series of lesbian/bisexual female romance stories about highschool-aged girls. These are inspired by yuri manga, especially oneshots.
"Gamer Girlfriends" is about two girls in a newly-formed romantic relationship who are having a sleepover. As luck would have it, the power turns off, so one of them suggests that they play a portable game. What ensues is an exploration of where they are in their relationship.
"Isolated Idols" is about a morose teen idol whose gained the affections (and gifts) of another teen idol, who happens to be her complete opposite. One has a 'cute' persona and is nasty whereas the other has a 'cool'persona and is sweet.
"Cute Cosplayers" is about two anime fans who meet at a convention dressed as characters they both like to pair up. Can taking romantic cosplay photos together bring love from the screen to real life?
"Thrilling Thespians" tells the story of a theatre geek who desperately wants the part of Romeo in her theatre club's production of Romeo and Juliet. Why? To get closer to the girl she's certain will get the part of Juliet, of course! When she doesn't get the role, what she really wants comes into question.
In "Friendly Fangirls", fans of the idols in "Isolated Idols" have a fight when one of them confesses to having feelings for one of the idols.
"Beautiful Bikers" explore the budding relationship between a nerdy closeted Class Representative and a surprisingly shy and sweet biker chick transfer student.
"Generous Gymnasts" pits two young gymnasts against each other. When one of them gives money to a homeless man, a competition to see who is the most generous ensues.
"Overjoyed Otaku" is a sequel to "Cute Cosplayers" that explores what the cosplayers' relationship is like after saying goodbye at the convention, especially since one of the girls wants to keep her geeky side (and the fact that she knows the other cosplayer) a secret from her friends.
Months succeeding Koko's personal growth, Maho and Fujiko talk while looking at Maho's flowers. The conversation quickly becomes about love and Maho's true feelings are revealed.
A Double House (which is a yuri manga) fanfic.
A rewrite of some scenes of 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' with African-American couples. Instead of the couples representing different sides of the Cold War, these couples represent the differences between African-Americans who became accustomed to their oppression in the South during the 1960s and those who desired to fight back.
I wrote this for a Literature creative assignment.
'...whatever you called the stars, their light and their patterns were the same'- Kate Grenville
Daniel Rooke tries to teach a slave he freed how to look through a telescope.
This is a practice piece for my English assignment based on The Lieutenant by Kate Grenville.
"Silk's [gift] was to cut and embellish until a pebble was transformed into a gem."- Kate Grenville
Talbot Silk is questioning everything the Captain of New Holand(Australia)'s First Fleet has told him. Did his dear friend really become a traitor to the Empire, and just how unreasonable were the Natives?
"Two paths opened up, both with cracked ground, a thick blanket of fog and ominous sounds in the distance."
A fanfic featuring the characters from The Lieutenant. I wrote this as a backup imaginative piece for my English exam.
I, a spider, decided to stay where I was. I was rewarded for my patience as the shower turned off. Then I felt the biting sensation of water again.
Humans can be such stupid creatures sometimes.
A dramatic tale of the powerful oppressing the powerless, a small creature being punished for taking her and her children into someone else's home.
I came up with this story after feeling guilty for killing a spider in the shower. I tried to keep it alive and get it to go away but I failed. I turned the experience into a metaphor for the ways humans oppress other humans.