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NF-Lee's Gildor and Frodo

Gorgoroth Part I ~ EE scenes, plus jan-u-wine's 'There is Light Which Does Not Fail'.

Posted on 2006.08.21 at 13:52

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Mechtild
mechtild at 2006-08-22 12:49 (UTC) (Link)
Pearl, I quoted from you to answer Mona (see below).

If our fandom is sexualized, it says more about us than about Tolkien. For people in my era, it's difficult to recover an outlook in which a fully realised sexuality wasn't considered a good, perhaps the highest good. This is not to say people in other eras didn't enjoy sex, perhaps as much or more than us, but enjoying sex wasn't set up as such a primary goal or prize in life, towards which any and every person must strive -- and attain -- or be thought odd or pitiable.
pearlette
pearlette at 2006-08-22 20:22 (UTC) (Link)
... enjoying sex wasn't set up as such a primary goal or prize in life, towards which any and every person must strive -- and attain -- or be thought odd or pitiable.

Preach it, sister!!!

Frodo agrees. That's why he's undressing so enthusiastically in this icon. :p

No, really. Seriously. You're right.

LOTR fandom is very sexual. Nothing particularly shocking about that - and compared to some of the Harry Potter fandom, it is positively tame. I think that fandom is very much about us, our projections onto these characters, the playing out of our desires and fantasies ...

Well, it has been for me, anyway, and I won't pretend otherwise.

I just want Frodo to be happy. :)
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