Bechdel Test Fixits

Stories in which there are two women who talk to each other about something other than a man,
based on episodes where there weren't or they didn't.


One hundred words each.
Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis.

Careful Where You Touch (1,609 words)
First posted to my LJ and Dreamwidth, September 7, 2009.
Sam/Vala. They were stupid rules.

The First Cut Is the Deepest (955 words)
First posted April 18, 2011.
Gen, season one. The Tau'ri's paper was as unexpectedly dangerous as they were themselves.
Warning: Graphic depiction of paper cuts.

A Good Time (200 words)
First posted to my LJ and Dreamwidth, May 4, 2009.
Sam/Daniel. Just a kiss for its own sake.

The Infinite (1,010 words)
First posted to my LJ, June 2, 2005.
Gen, season two-ish. Jack is sitting next to Daniel's bedroll.

Introduction to Goa'uld Theology (6,135 words)
First posted March 22, 2014.
Gen, Jack & Daniel. With all these gods around, there must be some theologians somewhere.

Jigsaw (66,906 words)
First posted June 28, 2011, as part of the Summer of Stargate. Art by milanthruil.

Jack/Sam/Daniel/Teal'c, Sam/Daniel/Teal'c, Jack/Sam, Sam/Daniel, with assorted smidges of Jack/Daniel, Jack/Teal'c, and Daniel/Sha're.

Jack wakes up in the SGC to the news that his team is dead. If he weren't hearing the news from General Hammond he might not believe it--and even so it's not quite real until he sees the bodies. Once he does, he knows nothing is ever going to be the same again.

Sam wakes up in the SGC to the news that she is now the senior member of SG-1. Jack O'Neill is dead. For Sam and her team, nothing is ever going to be the same again.

SG-1 might be able to go on like this--Sam's going to keep her team together if it kills her--but a man who's lost his team is capable of anything, and Jack's about to do the unthinkable to make things right.

Warning: Multiple major character deaths, mostly before the story starts. Mostly.

Return (3,526 words)
First posted February 17, 2004.
Gen, post-"Fire and Water". The team, reunited.

A Small Error in Translation (1,225 words)
First posted to my LJ, February 23, 2004.
Gen. Team-centric silliness.

With the Dying (1,912 words)
First posted March 28, 2005.
Gen, post-"Moebius." Daniel kept his eyes on Teal'c. He could only watch.
Warning: Death story.