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Fay Onyx

Asexual Fairy Tale

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Fay Onyx

I have just completed Part 1 of my new fairy tale about asexual, allosexual, nonbinary, trans, and queer characters, including disabled and neurodiverse characters. It is called "The Wishing Dildo!" Obviously with a title like that it has some sexual humor in it, but I'm aiming for humor that anyone who isn't sex-repulsed can enjoy. Also, this story includes two different asexual characters, each with a different perspective on asexual experience (we'll have to wait for Part 2 for them to have a conversation about their different experiences).

 

The story touches on serious topics while maintaining a light, upbeat, humorous mood.

 

Summary: It is said that the Wishing Dildo can grant any wish relating to sexuality or fertility, as long as that wish is consensual. Prince Hart sure hopes that is true as he and his friend, trickster Tala, embark on a quest for it. As they travel, they soon discover that sometimes the greatest adventure is the people you meet along the way.

 

http://writingalchemy.net/fairy-tales/tala-prince-hart-and-the-wishing-dildo/

 

Podcasts of this story will start at the end of this month! I hope people enjoy it!

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Laurann

Your link leads to a pornographic website that tells me my computer has been infected with a virus. It's obvious fishing, but still, I don't need that.

Could you edit it please?

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Fay Onyx

I am not fishing and calling it a pornographic site is a misrepresentation because to most people that means that all of the material on the site is sexually explicit in detail and focused primarily on the sexual gratification of the reader, which is not the case.

 

1) There are no explicit images on this site.

2) Some of the stories contain references to sex and others have explicit sexual content. In each case, that is noted for readers before they read the story so they can make their own choices about which stories to read. And in all cases there is a lot more to the story than sex.

3) The description that I provided for the story I that linked to here says that my story "is called "The Wishing Dildo!" Obviously with a title like that it has some sexual humor in it, but I'm aiming for humor that anyone who isn't sex-repulsed can enjoy."

4) The story I linked to contains references to sex (sexual humor) but no explicit sexual scenes.

 

I am very concerned that you say the website has a virus and will be looking into that. Thank you for letting me know.

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Laurann
18 hours ago, Fay Onyx said:

I am not fishing and calling it a pornographic site is a misrepresentation because to most people that means that all of the material on the site is sexually explicit in detail and focused primarily on the sexual gratification of the reader, which is not the case.

I wasn't trying to accuse you.

I just think the link is malfunctioning.

I think someone has managed to redirect me from your link to a different website.

This is where I was sent to instead . I don't recommend clicking this link, at least not before reading the rest of my message.

 

 

Just now I tried clicking your link again, and it still led me to the same place.
This is the message that popped up.  

DygOCKi.png

I left out the porn because nobody wants to see that. 

I have a screenshot of it if you want it, but I figured you don't.

 

My computer also started playing an audio file, saying something like: Critical alert from microsoft, please call this number blabla, If you don't call within five minutes we'll have to shut down your computer to protect ourselves from further damage to our system.

It was obviously meant to freak me out.

 

If you do click the link in the spoiler, don't freak out. It's fishing. They can't actually steal your passwords or credit card information.

I don't know how repulsed you are, but if you click that link, you are going to see genitals. Lots of them. Just warning you.

 

The third time I clicked your link I did actually get directed to the website you wanted me to get directed to, so I'll check your fairy tale out now :) 

I'm not a computer expert, and I don't understand how one link can lead to two different places, but there's definitely something fishy going on.

 

Unfortunately I'm not of much help here, but I hope you figure this out soon?

It would be a shame if nobody got to read your fairy tale because of something stupid like this.

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Miss Anne Thrope

I just clicked on the link, and it was fine for me.

Anyways, I'm excited to hear another fairy tale from you! I can't wait to hear more about Prince Hart and Tala!

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Fay Onyx

Thanks for the information. When I test the link it is working fine and my computer is also using windows defender. 

To be sure that there isn't a virus that redirects people I am starting a process where I download all of the file from the server, scan them for viruses and then restore from the scanned backup. That will take a few days.

 

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Laurann
10 hours ago, Fay Onyx said:

Thanks for the information. When I test the link it is working fine and my computer is also using windows defender. 

To be sure that there isn't a virus that redirects people I am starting a process where I download all of the file from the server, scan them for viruses and then restore from the scanned backup. That will take a few days.

I'm sorry for putting you through this. :( 

I swear I'm not making this up.

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scarletlatitude

The link worked fine for me. Maybe your computer is blocking it because it has some explicit language? 

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Fay Onyx
12 hours ago, Laurann said:

I'm sorry for putting you through this. :( 

I swear I'm not making this up.

I believe you. And I'm glad you gave me the specifics of what is happening. Honestly, it's time I learned more about website viruses, so it will be good for me to do a process of scanning my website. If this sometimes happens for you with other links to different websites, then it is also possible that there is a virus in your browser that you got somewhere else that occasionally attempts to redirect you (fortunately not successfully!). I'll let you know when I'm done checking my site over.

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Laurann
2 minutes ago, Fay Onyx said:

If this sometimes happens for you with other links to different websites, then it is also possible that there is a virus in your browser that you got somewhere else that occasionally attempts to redirect you (fortunately not successfully!).

This kind of thing has only happened once before.

It was similar, but it was a different website, no audio, a different message that popped up and the message couldn't be closed.

I had to reboot my whole computer to get rid of it. I could simply close the one on the website your link redirected me to.

 

I don't think these two instances are related, but it could be possible.

Why would it happen on your link three times though? Shouldn't it happen randomly whenever I click a link?

I don't know, I need to look into this.

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Laurann
23 hours ago, Fay Onyx said:

my computer is also using windows defender

Oh, and I forgot to mention this.

The message that pops up is not actually from windows defender.

That's only what they're trying to make you believe.

Look at what it says right above the message: DygOCKi.png

This message is directly from the website itself.

This has nothing to do with windows defender. The virus, or whatever is causing this, can't be from there.

"Windows Defender Alert" is part of the typed out message. 

If this message was actually from windows defender, the program itself would start working.

Windows defender would identify itself.

 

Also, look at how unprofessional this is.

 1.Spaces aren't aligned,

2. Capital Letters Are Misplaced,

3. Double exclamation marks are used!!

No official program would ever do that.

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