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woensdag 28 april 2010 from [not submitted], [not submitted]
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Mr_Rose
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I like these characters rather a lot; something about them and their method of dealing with university life [ie using it as a backdrop against which their real lives occur] reminds me a lot of when I was that young, ten years and five lifetimes ago....



A couple of things though; your depiction of England 20-30 years from now [socially at any rate] seems to have changed very little from England of ten years ago, much less the England of today. Is there any particular reason for this? And, is Emily's power unique? It certainly seems like it.



Also, is it bad form to comment on other comments? It's just that something about what 'Me, Myself, and I' wrote irked me; in the case of Amanda, it's not getting the world to see the beauty inside her through her outer shell - her outer shell is pretty damn hot [figuratively and literally :P] most of the time. It seems to be more about getting Mandy to see that herself, through her boyhood prejudices.
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donderdag 4 februari 2010 from Santa Monica, Your Nighted States
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Me, Myself, and I
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Instead of intense anti-MORFS bigotry directed against hybrid characters [Salamander and Poison], here we trot out the usual tired old male-bashing stereotypes about grabby jerks sexually harassing the girls, and how the girls respond by kicking the jerks' bollocks into next Tuesday. [Why do we seem to think that it's OK to use a guy's gonads for target practice, both in fiction and Real Life?] We even get the prototypical stalker, who obsesses over the main character even more when MORFS gives her a 'bod' and four extra arms. In Salamander and Poison, it's about how the world can't see the beauty inside the main characters, because it is hidden under their exteriors. In Freeze Frame, the MORFS is pretty much an excuse for caricaturing guys as jerks [or perhaps opportunists, as in the case of the rugger player].

This is not to say that sexual harassment never happens in the Real World. Making it the sole source of tension and conflict in a story, however, tends to portray it as a nearly everyday occurrence, which of course it is not, despite inflated statistics to the contrary. So sad that we cannot seem to tell a story about 'the girls,' these days, without some level of misandry creeping in. It is the main reason why I have pretty much stopped reading TG fiction.

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dinsdag 29 december 2009 from Portage, MI, USA
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Tom
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Great story! I love the ending.
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zondag 27 december 2009 from San Antonio, Earth
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Kenoscope
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I have always been delighted by this story, and have always hoped for a sequel. Perhaps one day, perhaps not.
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zondag 15 november 2009 from [not submitted], [not submitted]
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Lynx-Eye
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Excellent story! I especially loved the repartee.
I was a little surprised that nobody mentioned Kali.

Also, I was sometimes distracted by grammar issues and mis-chosen homonyms. A word of advice: After you use your spell-checker, follow it up with a grammar-checker. [They're in most word processors.]
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woensdag 25 februari 2009 from Tustin, MI, USA
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Ray Drouillard
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Very fun romp! It's a heart-warming tale full of great humor and some excitement. I loved the kissing contest -- 'need to run some more tests' LOL. I also liked the description of the male dorm [all too true.]

I look forward to see the six-armed hugging monster and her pet kitty girl [who I suspect was an M2F morf] in a future story.
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zondag 25 januari 2009 from [not submitted], [not submitted]
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Xpsi
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Very nice story. Dialogues at time seemed almost too good to be real, but they were very enjoyable.
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maandag 20 oktober 2008 from [not submitted], [not submitted]
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paulywog
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Lmao! One right after the other! Excellent storytelling. Please keep writing!
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woensdag 8 oktober 2008 from [not submitted], England
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EMW
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Hopefully all the spam will be gone now
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dinsdag 26 februari 2008 from Columbia,SC, USA
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grover
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I love this somewhat different viewpoint. She is older than most MORF survivor stories and that makes this interesting. I'm waiting to see what will happen next!
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