Reflex Action

James pressed a thumb firmly into a particular spot on the sole of Q’s foot.

Q groaned loud enough that even the cat stopped washing himself to see what the fuss was about.

James smiled at the effect said ministrations were having on other parts of the Quartermaster’s person.

“So you’re a reflexologist as well now, are you?” Q griped, half annoyed James had been holding out on him, the rest of his body completely aroused by this latest revelation.

“When called upon to serve Q and Country, I consider myself very flexible, Quartermaster…” James replied, replacing hands with lips.

I have an urge to find every Sherlock post on Tumblr and reblog it with this image. But instead I’ll sit and whimper in a corner.

(Longer post on Spectre/TFP parallels here)

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The real Q is a woman, British chief spy reveals
Sir Alex Younger, speaking at Women in IT Awards, says James Bond films give MI6 a global profile – but their stereotypes are not entirely accurate
By Ewen MacAskill

Although she was not identified by name, MI6’s head of operational technology is a woman. This news came as part of a keynote speech that MI6’s chief, Alex Younger, gave to a group of women in technology, encouraging them to join the agency:

“If any of you would like to join us … the real-life Q is looking forward to meeting you and I’m pleased to report that the real-life Q is a woman.”