Sabrina Di’Anno: Set Aflame

A story from the life of muscle-model and low-budget-action-movie star Sabrina Di’Anno. When an arson attack on set threatens a police investigation that could shut down her latest film, she decides to capture the criminal herself.

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Sabrina Di’Anno: BETA MALE

Having worked hard to become strong and win several judo championships, Sabrina fears getting a reputation for being ‘butch’, especially as she is attracted to a small, ‘effeminate’ boy, who is bullied at their school. She struggles to overcome the stigma of asking out a male who is smaller than her, then experiences consequences that force her to embrace her identity.

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Black Rain

Let black rain fall, Corrupted clouds to soak you as Burning acid seeps through Eyes closed tight To what you deserve, Your eyes burned out by the Black, black blinding rain that Burns your skin as it leaks through Clothes so tight. You’ll get fucked alright, Mother will fist-fuck your mouth With plastic filled nuclear […]

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Me Too, boss.

There’s no such thing as a bad reference anymore and the ‘Me Too Movement’ has made it so I can spit in my boss’s eye, before I walk calmly out of his office; try putting me on a fucking support plan, cunt.

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I don’t know why I’ve stayed here. It’s all over for me. That’s why I did it. What am I scared of now? I let it out, why don’t I feel free? I rubbed myself all over with Bio-Oil; my partner used to use it on her stretch marks, on her tits, after puberty made […]

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Autism as a Superpower

If autism is a superpower, as I’ve heard some people remark, I hope people understand the full implication of that statement; all superheroes have dark pasts and a plethora of weaknesses. Being too accepting of autism by imagining it to be a superpower without drawbacks is to deny the reality of the situation, which is […]

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Paid to Care

I know I should go in there and stop him. I also know that no one knows I am at this end of the ward. He is hanging there, I should untie him… I’m not his primary nurse though, she should be checking on him. I just came to this end of the ward for […]

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