No, I'm not linking to it because I'm having phone issues again. Google works, follow the internal links in the article for context if you don't already know.
Wow. THANK YOU for pulling the wool off of my eyes. I followed the links you suggested in your article about Ian McKellen and I have to say, just wow. I'm not a vanilla person but apparently Richard Armitage had more sex while bound in various configurations during the eighteen months he filmed The Hobbit in New Zealand than I have in my entire life and all while being watched by people transcribing the action for posterity at one of the sites that you mentioned. Oh, he's also a mob boss and he might be dating Buffy the Vampire Slayer so, brave uncoverers of truth that you are, you should probably alert the Treasury Department and the X-Files, respectively.
The site you linked to is a fan fiction site, in this case the one maintained by MIT. Please take them on, I beg you, because that wank is guaranteed to be epic. You, a journalism site who apparently forgot how to journalism, vs. those geeks? I'll be popping the popcorn for that one. My guess is you wouldn't have the balls for the simple fact that it's easier to kink shame a bunch of fangirls than to explain yourselves to the likes of people who could hack you into the next millennium.
I have really strong negative feelings about outing as a practice unless you're talking about a politician who votes against or a religious or moral leader who speaks out against the LGBT community. People come out when they're ready and the effect on the person being outed is the same whether it's done by a member of the community or a homophobe. Is Richard Armitage gay? I have no idea and based on what you published this week I would be willing to hazard a guess that you don't, either.