"Legerdemain" by Gabriel Murray appeared in Daily Science Fiction on April 16, 2013. "You are a homosexual magician on a mission of seduction (I think)."
I rarely stop reading a story once I've begun no matter how flawed the beginning, but I almost stopped reading this one after a few paragraphs. Second person POV is almost always problematic, but Mr. Murray shifts from second person to third person POV from sentence to sentence--at times even within the same sentence. The result is a story that is difficult and annoying to follow--I'm not even entirely sure of the name of the MC. Perhaps the author attempts to misdirect the reader in the same manner that a magician misdirects his audience? I am not certain, but that would mitigate the confusing narrative a bit if true, I suppose. 1 out of 7 rocket-dragons.