If you have Sailor Moon doujinshi that you would like us to translate, please feel free to send me an email at elly[AT]missdream.org.
I can not guarantee that I will translate your request, but if nothing else I will provide a RAW copy to our visitors and perhaps another translator will pick up the project, and the entire internet can enjoy the images in the meantime.
Doujinshi are self-published works, usually manga or short novels published in magazine format and distributed at anime / manga conventions in Japan. They are usually released by amateur artists, but sometimes professional manga artists also use them as a way to publish material outside of the control of official companies. The largest doujinshi convention is called “Comiket” and is held twice a year in Japan; that is where most of our materials come from.
There are Sailor Moon doujinshi dedicated to just about every variety of Sailor Moon: there are some doujinshi that focus on the events that happen in the Sera Myu musicals; there are Sailor Moon doujinshi that fixate on aspects of the Sailor Moon manga, and others that focus on one-shot romances from the Sailor Moon anime. There are doujinshi for every romantic pairing imaginable, the most popular being Usagi/Seiya, Usagi/Mamoru, and Michiru/Haruka. There are Sailor Moon doujinshi dedicated to just about every major and minor character from the Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon metaseries.