Ship

“You can’t ship Sheith because is pedophilia!”

Originally posted by gekkochou

“You can’t ship Shidge because the age differences!”

Originally posted by gekkochou

“You can’t ship Shiro with the other paladins!”

Originally posted by gekkochou

“You can’t ship Klance because Lance is not gay!”

Originally posted by gekkochou

“You can’t ship Shendak because is an abusive relationship!”

Originally posted by gekkochou

“You can’t ship Shallura because Allura is 10000+ years old!”

Originally posted by gekkochou

“You can’t ship Shklance because is wrong!”

Originally posted by gekkochou

CALLING ALL SPIRK SHIPPERS!

WHO WANTS TO PARTICIPATE IN A FOLKLORE STUDY ON THE KIRK/SPOCK COMMUNITY?

I am taking a Folklore class and our semester-long project is to write a study. If I do a good job, my project will be added to my university’s archives. As soon as the professor told us about this project, I knew this was my chance to give back to the K/S community. 

I mean, our community is the mother of modern fandom. It’s absurd that there isn’t already an extensive body of academic research on our contributions. 

At this point the project is still in the earliest planning stages (should I do a traditional paper, or a documentary or a podcast?) but I won’t have a ton of time so I’m trying to get a head start on finding people who are willing to share their stories, both fic and life.

If you’re interested in participating, or even if you just think this is a neat idea and think there are some things I should absolutely pay attention to that I might miss for whatever reason (maybe there’s a local K/S group in your community that I couldn’t know about, or maybe your mom was writing fics back in the 60s and she’s still got some stashed away in the attack, or if you’re really passionate about pod fics and want to make sure I include those in my study, or whatever comes to your mind) please send me a message or email me at spirklore@gmail.com

Oh–AND SHARE THIS POST! The more people I can include in this project, the better.

Thanks!

Three American military icebreaker USS Burton Island (AGB-1), USS Atka (AGB-3) and USS Glacier (AGB-4) (from left to right) move the iceberg drifted in the channel leading to the Antarctic station of McMurdo on 31 December 1965.