Sherlock Holmes Heroines and Genderswap


Novels and Children’s Lit

Graphic Novels

  • Baker Street by Guy Davis and Gary Reed, a series of graphic novels set during the 1980’s that re-imagines Holmes as a punk chick.

Scholarly Works

Film and Television

  • The Adventures of Shirley Holmes, a children’s television series following the adventures of Holmes’ great-grand niece (1996-1999)
  • Elementary, CBS’ newest venture re-imagining Sherlock Holmes and Joan Watson in modern-day New York (in production)
  • My Dearly Beloved Detective (Мой нежно любимый детектив), a Russian film that genderswaps Holmes and Watson into Shirley and Jane (1976)
  • They Might Be Giants portrays a modern, genderswapped Watson treating a psychiatric patient who believes he’s Sherlock Holmes (1971)
  • The Return of Sherlock Holmes, CBS’ first endeavor into the genderswapping with Fem-Watson teaming up with Holmes after waking him from cryogenic stasis (1986)
  • Sherlock Holmes Returns, another made-for-television film featuring a very similar plot to CBS’ Return (1993)
  • Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century, an animated television series which propels Sherlock Holmes into the future and features Beth Lestrade, a descendant of Inspector G. Lestrade (1999-2001)




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#get it cuz he fell


 Reblogging again because there are some new ones and put them together in one post.


From this post-Reichenbach fic I wrote. I know that I’ve been writing mostly bromantic fluff recently, but if you remember back in January I wrote the untitled post-Reichenbach thing before the episode airs and kills my headcanon that seemed to put many into tears. This is in that same vein. I actually think this one’s kind of better. I’d appreciate it if you checked it out!

Werelock Profiles Part 2


(Find Part 1 here)

Some Breed specific profiles in my Werewolf Verse:

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel:
The breed is highly affectionate, playful, extremely patient, soft and eager to please. They come along very well with every other breed and tend to regard all strangers as friends. Cavaliers are naturally curious and very peaceful, but also enjoy simply cuddling. They are quiet people and accept other peoples opinions.
(Molly Hooper) (Find a cute picture here

West Highland White Terrier:
The temperament of so called Westies can vary greatly, with some being friendly towards other breeds whilst others prefer solitude. They are highly social and jolly people. They are peaceful but also normally independent, assured and self confident and can make good watchdogs. They love sharing things with their beloved ones.
(Mrs. Hudson)

Otherwise notable is this breed’s keen sense for instinctual behavior. In particular, marking 
and hunting drives are more readily observable than in most other breeds. They are independent and often suspicious of even their closest friends. Poodles like to be in the center of attention. If they don’t get enough attention, those people get aggressive easily. They like gossip.
(Sally Donovan) 

Werelock Profiles




Some Breed specific profiles in my Werewolf Verse:

Wolves tend to be aggressive and arrogant. They are very good pack people but also able to live completly alone, unlike most other breeds. Wolfs can be very protective. They dislike most of the dog breeds. People tend to call them “coldhearted”. Many of the most succesful people in history have been wolves.
The most intelligent murders are done by wolves. Some of them happen in very well planned packs. You probably need a consulting detective to reveal a wolfcase. 
(Sherlock Holmes, Mycroft Holmes, Jim Moriarty, RAZ)

Foxes are very adaptable and intelligent. You’ll almost never recognize a fox, because they try their best to hide it. Most of them assume a different breed by imitating breedspecific attitudes and making themself smell like other breeds. 
Wolfpeople tend to hate Foxpeople, in case they’re able to recognize them. Many actors are Foxes.
(Irene Adler)

German Shepherd:
German Shepherds are extremly loyal and self-assured people. They are intelligent, reliable and usually calm. However, they can become over-protective of their family and territory, especially if not socialized correctly. 
Many hotshots in the army are German Shepherds.
(Sebastian Moran)

This rather small people are gentle and tend to follow their alpha person, owner or the head of family everywhere. They are curious and can be good watchdogs.
(Partly John Watson) 

Akita Inu:
The Akitas are a unique combination of courage, alertness, and devotion to their family. They are extraordinarily affectionate and loyal with family and friends. Many Akitas are fearless and once they’ve chosen a friend, partner, owner or alpha person they tend stay loyal till their death. Many Akitas only marry one time in their life and stay single after the death of their partner.
(Partly John Watson) 

English Bulldogs:
Despite their famous “sourpuss” expression, Bulldogs are generally docile and tractable. However, they can move very quickly over short distances. They are friendly and gregarious, but occasionally willful. 
(Greg Lestrade)

Yorshire Terrier:
They have nice hair.

People of mixed breeds tend to be more docile than others. 


Crying because of all the perfect

I’m not a psychopath, Anderson. I’m a high-functioning sociopath; do your research.



some of these are just excellent.

ok I will DEFINITELY be sending these in peoples ask boxes in 2 weeks