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Sara ([personal profile] scripted_sra) wrote2009-09-14 01:41 am

Fake News (FPF) | And Again And Again | G | Gen

Title: And Again And Again
Fandom: Fake News (FPF)
Rating: G
Pairing: None
Summary: Stephen has to take a class.
Word Count: 150
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A/N: Originally written for a [livejournal.com profile] fakenews_fanfic Open Thread.


"Sexual harassment, like child abuse and domestic violence, is an outgrowth of socialization into male and female gender roles in a sexist society," Jon read.

"That doesn't even mean anything," Stephen whined. "Why do I have to take this stupid class, anyway?"

"You know why. Otherwise Meg would've pressed charges. Again."

"I don't like it," Stephen said. "The teacher—she's a typical liberal hippie. She gave me more homework than everybody else!"

"Why's that?" Jon asked, as if he didn't already know. Stephen had probably said something...Stephen-like.

Stephen slumped where he was sitting. "Because she hates me."

"Did you, maybe, say something prior to her giving you extra work?"

"Just that sexual harassment was a myth created by Democrats and men couldn't be expected to contain their natural urges. They're men, after all. Of course, she couldn't handle the Truth."

Jon sighed. "Stephen, maybe you should read the book again."

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