The Bravest of Men
|Title:||The Bravest of Men|
|Fandom:||Star Trek: The Original Series|
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It was published in the print zine First Time #10.
"Kirk is depressed and on edge and when Spock finds out why, he offers a “logical” solution to both their needs."
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Knowing how attuned Spock is to his favorite human, knowing he possesses a strength of will surpassed by no other, why would we be surprised at this premise: Spock feels Kirk's loneliness and frustration (yes, that kind) and goes directly to his aid, logically explaining how their becoming lovers would solve Kirk's immediate problem and Spock's long-term problem. Logical. Love this approach and the following description of Kirk: "He was a rag doll in the hands of a magician...." 
- from The K/S Press #49