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“Smiley” O'Brien explains to Sisko that, in the year since Kira and .. in the mirror episode, she is not only evil-narcisstic, but also a sex hungry. On the station, Sisko tells Kasidy Yates of having bought land on Bajor and of his plans to build a house After the argument intensifies, they kiss then have sex. Jadzia Dax /dʒædˈziːə ˈdæks/, played by Terry Farrell, is a fictional character from the . Throughout the series, Sisko refers to Jadzia Dax by the affectionate Writers on Deep Space Nine had previously hinted at a potential same-sex.
Sex positive Dax is back, and Odo is embarrassed, but we don't buy it. How do you fix . Sisko has good reason to not want to go to not visit the 60s. We revisit. Rather than feign a headache, Sisko plays along and they have sex. Thus, because of the situation, mirror-Jadzia did not have informed consent during their. Sisko is hosting a dinner party in his quarters for the Gratitude festival, but everyone's sexual arousal is reaching dangerous gradients. I don't.
The site was listed at Ultimate Slash Links . The key word here is that it is fiction. Neither Jake Siskonor the actor Cirroc Loftonare, to the best of sed knowledge involved in such scenarios nor has there ever been any rumour or indictation sex the contrary.
The purpose of this site is first, sex bring together in one place all the Jake slash fiction that I can find and secondly to encourage more to be written. Some of what you will find here will be long plot driven narratives involving romance as well as intimacy, other pieces are shorter and sometimes even extreme in their graphic sexual content.
Each piece has a short review on this page sex you will have an idea of what you are about to read. If you enjoy this site sisko please do think about having a go yourself.
Maybe you already write slash fiction, in which case I promise you that Jake is a great character to involve yourself with. It may be that you have never written a word of fiction let alone erotica in your life. If so, have a go!
To this end you will find a resources directory at the bottom of the page. I sidko always more than happy to receive more contributions to this site be they stories or pictures. Zex are also more then welcome, be ssx photos of Jake or of Cirroc, or perhaps even illustrations you have drawn yourself. Again, have a go! I have tried to obtain the permission of all the authors before archiving stories here. If you see something of yours here and I have not sex able to contact you then sisk accept my apologies and if you want the piece removed I will of course oblige.
The Lesson, by Aardon Beta. A great story of teenage horse-play including the first ever orgasm for one of the two lads. The Homework Break, by Aardon Beta. The teenage exploration continues with new fun things to do. Very sisko written this second tale in the trilogy moves the story along nicely. Jake Loves Nog, by Aardon Beta. Nice conclusion. Together they go through a Klingon ritual, the title of the story, and the trials, sexual and otherwise that they endure during that time make them 'bonded' warriors.
Great coming of age stuff and although not part of the above trilogy - very much a continuation of Jake's story. The first in a new trilogy which follows on from "nga'chuq R'ustai. And here it is, part two sees Jake in more trouble and still trying to find himself in the midst of a war. The final episode of this mammoth effort by Aardon Beta. Jake finally begins to come to terms with himself and his chosen lifestyle. Please note the the formatting has fallen apart slightly but it is still quite readable.
Jake gets a lot more than he bargained for sisko a medical exam. Interview with a Vorta, by Jackie Barnes Sometimes you can pick up a story as short as this and think, there's no way is this going to be horny. In this case you would be very wrong. Sisko very cleverly written little piece. A very sensitive story about Jake coming out to the Constable.
This story contains graphic and extreme sexual behaviour, again, not for the faint hearted. Jake is rescued by a lone Start Fleet intellignece officer with a highly unusual body.
This story includes one of the characters in an incest fantasy but generally is tamer and more calm than the two preceding. Wesley is sisko, but in this story only by two years. The seeds of a relationship are sown in the first sisko these three novella length episodes.
But there is no sex. The second two parts see a development of Jake's involvement with a Vulcan singer of about his own age. Well worth a read siskk your interest is trek or slash.
Personal Log, Stardate Together in Sadness, by Nathan Foster A new departure for this sisko includes an intimate sex between Jake and the daughter sisk Duket, Z'yal. Not all of this is entirely sex. Jake and Seth, by Birgitha Jacob Very short but to sez point and erotic story about Jake and a friend. Jump to: navigationsearch. Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in. Namespaces Page Talk. Views Read View source View history. New Visitor Portal. Sisko page was last modified on 24 Octoberat Content sex available under Fanlore:Copyright.
Nathan Foster. Sex here for related articles on Fanlore. Contents 1 The Stories 2 References.
And here it is, part two sees Jake in more trouble and still trying to find himself in the midst of a war. The final episode of this mammoth effort by Aardon Beta. Jake finally begins to come to terms with himself and his chosen lifestyle. Please note the the formatting has fallen apart slightly but it is still quite readable. Jake gets a lot more than he bargained for during a medical exam.
Interview with a Vorta, by Jackie Barnes Sometimes you can pick up a story as short as this and think, there's no way is this going to be horny. In this case you would be very wrong. A very cleverly written little piece.
A very sensitive story about Jake coming out to the Constable. This story contains graphic and extreme sexual behaviour, again, not for the faint hearted. Jake is rescued by a lone Start Fleet intellignece officer with a highly unusual body. This story includes one of the characters in an incest fantasy but generally is tamer and more calm than the two preceding. Wesley is older, but in this story only by two years. The seeds of a relationship are sown in the first of these three novella length episodes.
But there is no sex. The second two parts see a development of Jake's involvement with a Vulcan singer of about his own age. Well worth a read whether your interest is trek or slash. Personal Log, Stardate Together in Sadness, by Nathan Foster A new departure for this author includes an intimate scene between Jake and the daughter of Duket, Z'yal.
Jadzia Dax was initially pursued by Dr. Julian Bashir aboard the station. The Ferengi bar owner, Quark, also has a special affection for the Trill scientist, even after the Dax symbiont was transferred to Ezri. However, her most notable and serious suitors include:. Perhaps because of her past interactions with Klingons, Dax is fairly flirtatious with Worf. Worf appears at first to be oblivious to this attention, and in the fifth-season episode " Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places " he becomes enamored with a female Klingon named Grilka.
This is resolved by the end of the episode, with Quark ironically winning the heart of Grilka, and Worf becoming romantically involved with Dax. In the beginning, their relationship is very sexual, with the strong implication that their encounters are somewhat rough the above episode ends with Worf and Dax visiting the infirmary with various bruises and other injuries. In the season 5 finale " Call to Arms ", the station is overrun by Dominion forces, and Dax and Worf are assigned to different starships for the Dominion War.
Near the end of the episode, they agree to get married after the war is over. During the episode, Dax must obtain permission from the lady Sirella to join the House of Martok. At first Dax is loath to pay Sirella the required respect, and the lady is unwilling to accede to Dax's request. The situation is resolved by the conclusion, with Sirella admitting during the ceremony that nothing can stand between "the beating of two Klingon hearts".
Jadzia is murdered in " Tears of the Prophets ", the finale of the sixth season. She and Worf had been trying to conceive, despite the doubts of Dr. Bashir that such a pregnancy was possible. After Major Kira tells Jadzia she has been praying for a conception, Jadzia receives encouraging test results from Julian, and goes to the station's temple to thank the Prophets.
It now appears a pregnancy will be possible. The Cardassian Dukat arrives, possessed by a Pah-wraith, with the intention of destroying the orb-like Bajoran artifacts known as the "Tears of the Prophets". Jadzia is no match for Dukat while he is infused with the Pah-wraith. He mortally wounds her and destroys the orbs. Upon her death in the infirmary, a distraught Worf screams out a Klingon wail of sorrow for his beloved and to let the Klingon afterworld know a warrior was on the way " Heart of Glory ".
Her death shakes the crew to its core: by the beginning of season 7, Sisko has left the station in despair and Worf has been risking his life on increasingly dangerous missions. Though the host Jadzia is dead, the symbiont Dax survives and is implanted in a Trill named Ezri Tigan. The resulting joined Trill, Ezri Dax , becomes a main character during the seventh and last season of the series.
In , Jadzia was ranked the 12th-sexiest Star Trek character by Syfy. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Fictional character. Terry Farrell as Jadzia Dax in See also: Dax Star Trek. Showbiz Junkies. Archived from the original on October 11, Retrieved June 4, The Washington Times. Retrieved June 3, — via Questia Online Library.
Retrieved June 3, The Daily News. January 14, Retrieved June 3, — via Newspapers. Archived from the original on June 26, The Mary Sue. Archived from the original on August 3, What famous scifi writers are the characters in this episode analogs to? Just how many ways does the system oppress lower class peoples? What was the original pitch and how did ISB fix it?
What is the one performance that we sets us of arguing about? An argument ensues. What about a proposed end of the series had to do with this episode? That scene. You know the one. I mean, what about that scene, huh? How do the 24th century framing sections of the episode actually fit with the the main s story? Down with the Comics Code! Should they? Could they? Is this episode as great as we think it is? We need to hear from you then: and check out our other endeavors at the Kickers of Elves patreon page patreon.
Morn is dead. A Shenanigans Episode Reckoning commences! Is this episode above or below the Mendoza Line? How has streaming changed how we expect to be catered to with out televsion? Is there a thinner range of stories and tone that we will accept in our shows, Star Trek included?
How do we think Rick Berman is doing? Has anyone ever done this kind of thing in shows since? Can we compare the show to Battlestar Galactica?
Is that allowed. Will the argument be resolved? Half an hour in: What did this episode look like before extensive rewrites? Just how well are the Morn in-jokes sold throughout the series?
How did the show do by Marc Alan Shephard? How would James fix this more to his tastes? Take a side in the debate! Waltz DS9 S6E Is this a great or merely good episode? Did the writers screw up by accidentally making Dukat too likable? Do people need a correction. Wait, people like nazis? Is Marc Alaimo just that good? Has Sisko been dialed down? Wade disagrees with Hugh and James on a few aspects of the episode. Are the issues on the page or in the direction? Dukat is struggling with his toxic mindset.
The world is full of conventional villains. How did this episode start out originally? Imagine this episodes three years later after A cut line had bad tidings for Jake. Sisko stops seeing some things in shades of grey. Welcome to theresistence, Ben. Attachments, Hitler, and kittens. Check out the Hashish and Superiority Book Club! Give us a call! Magnificent [Six] Ferengi. On Deep Space Nine. Or Empok Nor. Is this Magnificent Seven or not?
The Infinity War of Ferengi episodes? Or is it.. Weekend at Bernies? But who cares? Iggy Pop is in this one! Magnificent yucks all around. The most Looney Tunes of episodes yet? Why is this episode so much fun… for some? What is that special something that Iggy Pop brings that makes this episode so memorable? But what would we do differently? What would we change about this episode? Are there other movies we would of pulled from for a Ferengi story than old westerns?
One Flew Over Asimov's Foundation. Why are the augments wards of the state? Why must the nympho be constantly horizontal, Potsie? Syndication work: Explaining the Eugenics War. We get stuck in a Nerd Corner: Does the technology have convenient gaps? In Star Trek? The problems writers make in portraying intelligence and Sherlock Holmes fallacies. Madonna and Whore… not exactly the best Women Studies episode. You look foolish Nate Silver!
Turning Julian into a kind of Spock to show limits of certain Star Trek ideologies. What does this episode have to do with a good ground game in Wisconsin? Is Bashir a KoE blind spot? Resurrection DS9 S6E A mirror universe story without any mirror universe. We change the format a bit at the end! It's wedding time on Deep Space Nine. We've come a long way, baby! Hear us heap praises on Terry Farrel and Dax. Worf and Dax tie the knot. Sirella has quite the pedigree. Is this story quaint?
But oh guess we gotta talk about the closet. What does Ronald D Moore think? Is James an erotic fanfic guy? What do you think of this?
The six episode arc concludes! The battle for the station has kicked off. A talk on the nature of fascism vs straight gangster. What is the most problematic part of this story? Is this ending a copout? Does it raise stakes and tension or just thwart everything the characters do? How bout that link? Nerd Corner: How do space blockades work? Oh Ziyal… This final Dukat scene. Is this whole arc a collection of half measures, or an impressive step in television?
Give us a call at and be featured on the podcast. So how about that Captain Picard show? Retaking Deep Space Nine! Lots of characters to cover in this "second act" episode. Less yelling about Odo? Are we getting less or more out of our DS9 than we used to? Hey, but we like this.
We promise. Is it not as perfect as we thought? Lets unpack the goo sex. A new Bashir? What Western is this based on? Is that Creed from The Office? It is not. Is Odo being catfished? Should this be a sad exit for Odo? How did they stumble into getting Rom so right? Weyoun: Is he of a marginalized people? The Jem Hadar? Good guy Quark works here. He racist. Worf and Martok make a Sorkin play against Gowron. Imagine a 3 ep arc on that instead of a two minute scene.
Was is satisfying to see Kira beat up Damar? Dukat, victim blamer. Sisko is of Bajor. He will build a house there. He says. Has everyone come to terms with being The Emissary? Nog changes shirts, graduates, and not even in a cold open. Tantric 3 day sex, re-explored. And dumb pleas for forgiveness. And baseball. Get a chip clip and lets finish it. Give it to us! And the band Dagon? Get ready for some yelling about Odo.
More of the goings on at Deep Space Nine and other starbases are discussed later. Yell at us by calling patreon. Voicemails of Summer. We said we wanted to hear your Deep Space Nine opinions, and we meant it! Pro Empok Nor. But some of us would rather talk about Risa. So lets talk sexual mores in the 24th century. State of the Best of Both Worlds challenge? Hugh watched Nanette instead. Twincest heebie jeebies. Hugh, our resident Jurassic World expert. Crighton Corner! Thanks Jadzia.
Ranks are weird. What is the best Star Gate? Empok Snore? Empok… More? Fincher Corner! Dryvetyme- Adam has a fine list. Tom from Cleveland, in his first white album, cuts it lean! What do James and Hugh need to watch Discovery? Does Tom have the best analysis? Think our Worf argument gets heated? Check out the Dune Wars of on the kickers of elves patreon. We want to hear your voices! Alexander who? We have some unusual feelings about this episode. Rio Grande?
Must every Deep Space Nine episode always also be a famous Western? Sons: The A Plot. Worf has a failson.
Some of the characterization rings true for us, but we can't agree on how much of a mess this story is. Matt Berry Klingon? Well, he is always great. We Rashoman the third act. Daughters: The B Plot. Oh, basically the same Kira plot as last ep, but this time with Ziyal. What are they doing with Odo? Well, not a lot here.
We talk Special Men. Is Kira wrong in here response to Ziyal at the end? James wants her to have stronger moral clarity. Things get heated. Before we get to the final ranking, some Strek Trek Damar Trivia. For more Kickers of Elves content, check out our Patreon page! We want to know if you disagree with Wade or agree with James !
Sisko and his crew have crash landed. Jem' Hadar are afoot. A Sequel to last episode, but also a sequel to The Ship? Dark matter Nerd Corner. But about the pants. What have they done with Garak? We like the Jake scene. Well actually: Something. How might they have done the Vedek event differently? What have they done with Odo? For all its strengths, does DS9 ever have all its characters firing on all cylinders? But wait. We need to talk about Keevan. Again, how does this relate to current events?
And how do the A and B plots contrast to in their approach to extremity? How is the Jem Hadar 3rd like some of us? Welcome back to Deep Space Nine, Season 6! The Dominion War has been waging for three months, DS9 is occupied by the Dominion, and Sisko and his crew have to undergo a dangerous mission But first: Who is Brandon Tartikoff?
Cool your butts everybody, we all love this episode. Bashir, for instance. We disagree. Go figure. Does this once biting political commentary feel out of place in the times we currently live in? How does it feel to watch DS9 during the Bush years vs the current Hellworld? Kira and Odo and Dukat and Weyoun. Games are played. Oh, and speaking of sandwiches: Admiral Ross! Oh, and finally the plot in the IMDB description happens. Lean into it. Kira has a metoo moment. It gets uncomfortable. Are the times intruding on enjoyment of the show?
James grapples on air. Before we wrap up: Does the Federation have Christmas? Give us a call, check out the Patreon, and do all the things that every other podcast asks you to to! Wait, this isn't Star Trek!
Before moving on to the final two seasons of Deep Space Nine we're venturing to another galaxy, far far away. Rather than just explain to you in a youtube rant that The Last Jedi sucked [it doesn't] we wanted to figure out just why some people walked out of theaters angry about episode VIII.
Is there something that people want from their Star Wars that wasn't in Rian Johnson's movie? And of course The Last Jedi. There is a surprising of overlap, but the differences are divisive. Which do we disagree the most with IMDB about? How would we cast a modern reboot of DS9?
Agree with our choices? Think that The Worf Scene is as dumb as Wade does? The Dominion War is afoot! It's the Season finale and Wade has been a victim of gaslighting. Five years of Deep Space Nine come to a head and numerous plots are fit into a pretty great episode. Did Jake screw up? Did he misrepresent his father?
Fake News? We have a disagreement. Sometimes, you just gotta start a war. Mine Angry Nerd Corner 2: What keeps the mines replicating? Kira and Odo: Do the characters want to put this off as much as we do? Do the writers? Table it. How sociopathic is Garak? Lets pat ourselves on the back for this wedding speech. Windows: Pretty democratic. Lots of wedding talk in this one. Lots of plots from the show so far addressed. But what about the dog? James thinks Jake is dumb. Look at all those ships! The third Cardassian that we come to know and love: Damar.
Goodbye Robert Hewitt Wolf. Give us a call and let us know what you think! Not all of us liked this well beloved episode. It's the Crying of Lot The B plot and the A plot are reversed and we get a sequel to stembolts as big things are happening in the background.
Baseball Corner. Weyoun: That weird guy at church. Can Jake and Nog complete all the necessary quests to get their loot and make all the villagers happy? Bad Company Corner. Science Nerd Corner. Beard the lion: An actual phrase! How does this episoe line up with Joss Whedon, writing-wise and chronologically? Contribute to the conversation on Patreon, or give us a call and be featured on the podcast! A psychotropic drug?
We learn of Deep Space Nine's sister station, and Garak goes a little bit crazy. In the lineage of The Doomsday machine, turn out the lights and you got a new location set. Horror movie meets Lower Decks. Bryan Fuller sold a second story. Obrien: Engineer or soldier? Engineer, obviously. Eddington returns!
For the last time? The remaining Maquis have done something stupid and so Ben Sisko takes a runabout to the badlands with his best buddy krull. Does this mean more arguing about the Maquis? How bout an argument about the inevibility of war and whether or not its right to just go ahead and let a one happen in the right circumstances?
Is the twist a cheap copout to a more rewarding story or is the twist the rewarding part? Have thoughts on the Maquis? Want to set us off on an argument that might take up an entire bonus episode? Give us a call then! The DS9 crew gets in a time loop and now have to worry about "killing" 8, of their descendants. We have a lot of different ideas for how to blow out and follow some of the ideas in this episode. So many Mollys.
How would this have been if stretched to a mulitple episode arc? If this were a modern TV show how might this have been handled differently? How do alien genetics and inbreeding work?