anonymous said:

psst, if you accept freezerburn prompts, could I suggest some bodyswap? bonus point for those dorks accommodating to their new height.

Thanks for the prompt if anyone reading this has been to my ask box lately too I just want to say thank you and that I am working on a few things so stay tuned for your requests.

To avoid too much confusion I will refer to them as the person they are and not the body they are in so when I say ‘Weiss punched the wall’ I mean that she did it whilst in Yang’s body.

This got quite long but I’d love to come back and do a continuation of it some time.

Warnings: Bad language and boobs of course.


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A New Perspective

She thought they had come away unscathed. How badly mistaken she had been.

Weiss felt that something was wrong long before she opened her eyes and realised she was certainly not in her bed. She jolted immediately up into a sitting positon, ignoring the peculiar fluttering of blonde hair in the corner of her eyes, and noticed that she was in fact in Yang’s bunk.

Weiss prided herself on her intelligence and her mind didn’t betray her when it came to an almost instant, if worrying, conclusion.

She wasn’t in her own body.

She looked down as she threw the comforter off of her unusually tall figure and was faced with breasts.

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A New Perspective || Fire-Lord-Hotman || Closed

Katara was moving from house to house, checking if any of her people were hurt. There was a couple, but not as many as she thought there would be. For the chief’s daughter, she lived up to her title, taking special care for everyone who needed it, with a gentle smile on her face. Even if it was fake. Her thoughts were somewhere else, mostly on her hus—Zuko. He told her he wanted a break before he left. Zuko hadn’t even come to fight like he promised. Forget it, it’s no use thinking about him when you know you have things to do. After you heal the injured you need to go get your daughter. Keep your mind distracted for now. She moved onto the next house, offering water and asking for the wounded, doing it repeatedly until she new there weren’t anymore people. Katara went back to her father’s house, exhausted, feeling so worn out that she plopped on the couch and instantly fell into a light slumber.

Mary Hynes speaks with astronomer Carl Sagan about his latest book

When questioned on the view of the universe having a designer/creator 

"…you can say ‘look you can go back as far as you want but somehow the stuff of the universe had to come from somewhere and isn’t that what god did?’  But that’s only true if the universe was always here….most of us would be surprised to hear that the universe is going to end one day.

We expect the universe to go on forever into the future.  Why do we have the idea it doesn’t go on forever into the past?” - carl sagan

Learning to Appecpt a Growing Body and Changing Shape

Learning to accept your growing body and body shape is a hard issue to tackle. It’s something I haven’t perfectly mastered yet, but by God’s limitless grace, I’m getting there!

As we neared or entered the teen years of our lives, most of us were bombarded with images of beautiful girls and woman on the tv or movie screen, or pages of magazines we flipped through. We learned to idolize these woman. They all seemed to fit into a perfect little mold with the perfect amount of curves, thick luscious hair, bleached white teeth, ample breasts, and symmetrical facial features. We longed to be them. To look like them. Then…reality hit. Puberty, pimples, belly pooch, cellulite, crooked teeth that needed braces and we began to feel…discontent, self-conscious, inadequate with ourselves, with the way we were made. No wander so many people suffer from eating disorders! We get hit from every angle with billboards, signs, commercials, articles, tv shows, even doctors saying we need to do this and that to reach the best us possible, to look the best we can. The problem with this is, it’s flawed. It’s faulty! The diet industry is making billions of dollars off our misery and insecurities! How are we ever going to recover fully from a deadly eating disorder when we are still buying into the lies? When we are trying to have an “ideal” recovery? We can’t! In order to recover fully, we need to let go of all we once thought was true about eating, exercising, and being healthy. A woman should not be eating 2,000 calories or less every day to maintain health and optimal set-point weight. A woman should not restrict or diet in any way to unnaturally fit into a certain BMI category. A person in recovery should not be forcing themselves to exercise, do aerobics, or lift weights to have a toned body during and after remission. These are only going to be pitfalls on the road to remission. We need to rethink our views on what we consider beautiful and healthy! A woman who is at her natural set-point weight, no matter what that weight might be, is indeed a beautiful woman! She is in fact, just as God created her to be. Anything less, and she is imperfection! A few things that have really helped me reshape my idea of beauty are found in Scripture.

1) God clearly states that He created each of us unique and special! Psalm 139: 13-16 state, 13 “For You formed my inward parts ; You wove me in my mother’s womb. 14 I will give thanks to You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Wonderful are Your works, And my soul knows it very well. 15 My frame was not hidden from You, When I was made in secret, And skillfully wrought in the depths of the earth ; 16 Your eyes have seen my unformed substance ; And in Your book were all written The days that were ordained for me, When as yet there was not one of them.” God designed our being. We need not long to be or look like someone else. He is a master sculptor and our vessel is one of beauty!

2) Not only did God make us uniquely and special, He made us in His own image!
Genesis 1:27 “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.” We can take joy and comfort in knowing we were made in the image of an Almighty Savior!

3) God is concerned with how we treat our bodies! “Romans 12:1 
“I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship.”
How can we rightfully starve and mistreat our bodies when we know God has entrusted them into our care? He gave s our body to be used to bring Him glory, to use the talents, gifts and abilities that He equipped us with to the best of our ability. We can’t rightfully do that if we are weak, frail, and ridden with fear and anxiety!

The good news is, He has given us the ability to overcome any obstacle that comes our way! 1 Corinthians 10:13 “No temptation has overtaken you that is not common to man. God is faithful, and he will not let you be tempted beyond your ability, but with the temptation he will also provide the way of escape, that you may be able to endure it.” We simply cling to the cross, cry out for deliverance, and ask for wisdom and courage to do what is right and best for us in recovery. He will surely provide more than adequate grace to eat that extra serving of pasta, or drink that calorie rich milkshake, or sit with the overly full feeling until it passes! I have found God to be more than faithful when I have no strength or courage of my own! As I see my body continuing to change and take on a different shape and my once flat stomach is now poochy and squishy, I have to ask God to help me see myself through His eyes. When I do, I see a beautiful form that is taking on the shape it was intended to take on. Nothing can be more beautiful than a work of art being molded in the master’s hands!

Let’s take the time to reconsider what we value about ourselves and rework our ideals on what we call beautiful!

Alexander James MacKenzie Academy for the Genetically Gifted.


Founded in 1956 by Alexander James MacKenzie.

Headmaster: Alexander James MacKenzie.

Located in the English Countryside.


Alexander J. MacKenzie Academy is an institution where humans with genetic gifts learn to tame and use their special abilities. There is the school, which we teach these skills and academic classes for those who wish to take them. The ability classes are available all year, and it is required that the students take them. Academic classes are available during the average school year and are currently out for the summer. There are dorm rooms where the students live during their stay. These dorms are separated by male and female and a common house is located between them. The common house has lounge rooms and the kitchen that has a hired staff. The  campus is vast and has large fields of grass, a forest and a beach.

Rooming Arrangements:


Shawn Lowe — West Meyers

Collin Ackles — Jason King

Benjamin Hawkins — Nikolas Orlov

Anthony Costanzo — Charles Gilbert

Lucas Gorski — Oliver Langer


Blair Acosta — Simone Randeau

Shelby Acosta — Christine Chau

Elisa Holmes — Skylar Sula

Morgan Hunter — Chloe Osborne

Ellen Simpson — Victoria Ramsey