Penetration

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K/S Fanfiction
Title: Penetration
Author(s): by Homo Erectus
Date(s): 1983
Length:
Genre: slash
Fandom: Star Trek: The Original Series
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Penetration is a K/S story by Homo Erectus.

It was published in the print zine Out of Bounds: Overflow.

Reactions and Reviews

A strangely sad story of Kirk and Spock on Vulcan in Spock's ancestral home. In fact, they're in Spock's boyhood room and Kirk feels uneasy being there and making love. Spock mind melds with Kirk and gives him the suggestion that they made passionate love and now Kirk will sleep. We think it's just for that night, but later Spock talks with Sarek and we find out that Spock can't have a bond with Kirk because it would interfere with a Vulcan oath—something to do with procreation, I think. It's so sad when in the morning, Spock must refuse any lovemaking with Kirk without letting him know what's really going on. This is another story that ends with no resolution. [1]
This story has Spock helping Kirk to regain his equilibrium by having a pseudo-sexual relationship with Kirk. Kirk believes it is real, but Spock is really using the mind meld to make Kirk think so, while not actually having sex. Spock talks the situation over with his father telling him that he will make it easy for Kirk to move on to a relationship with a woman. Indeed Kirk's eyes are already straying. Sarek warns Spock of the danger to his heart/soul of this path. Sarek's advice, "once he has possessed you, you will never again know peace apart from him." We don't learn the outcome, although the foreshadowing suggests a broken heart for Spock. I enjoyed the story and read it several times. It was good to see Spock and Sarek communicating. In my mind though, I hoped that with genuine sex (I bet better than what Spock imagined in the meld) a real relationship will develop for both. [2]

References

  1. from The K/S Press #23
  2. from The K/S Press #18