Office Hours

Pairing: Lithuania/Poland
Rating: M
Warnings: Smut and really bad dirty talk
Word Count: 2,484

Only one person visits Professor Laurinaitis’ office hours.

Also if it’s too hard to read on my theme, you can also read it on ao3. Merry Christmas!


Toris’ office hours ended in twenty minutes. The chair across from him sat empty. Mounds of history books piled on his desk. Behind his chair, the windows frosted and students held snowball fights on the quad. A few of his colleagues watched them. Toris would rather drive home and make coffee than stay outside any longer than he had to.

“Oh Professor Laurin-ai-tis?” asked a playful voice.

Toris sighed and shook his head at the question. “Feliks, my office hours aren’t done yet.”

“Come on, can’t I just stop by, babe?” His husband sat down in the leather chair across from him and crossed his legs, giving him a mischievous expression. “Sure is lively here.”

“Oh hush.” Toris sent an e-mail to a professor at Georgetown and turned off the monitor. He never got any work when Feliks came. “It’s not finals week yet. That’s when it’s busy.”

“I know. I know. The kids in my lecture are still getting over their first test. I totally don’t think they’re over it. The average was a thirty-two.”

Toris chuckled. “You’re an evil man.”

Feliks laughed. “An evil man you married. And speaking of evil men, you told me that you had to curve your final last semester. Imagine that, a history final with a curve. What the hell did you do to the poor kids?”

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Photos from LGBTQ* Campaigns You May Have Missed:

Former Westboro Baptist Church member Laurin Drain poses for NOH8.

(following from the Advocate)

Lauren Drain, a former member of the antigay, antisemitic Westboro Baptist Church, posed for photographer Adam Bouska’s NOH8 campaign, calling the church a “cult,” and confirming that she still identifies as a Christian, but now stands against “any and all forms of violence, discrimination, bullying, or bigotry directed at someone else due to their personal lifestyle.”

"The main reason I posed for the NOH8 Campaign was in direct response to the judgments of the WBC," said Drain in a statement on NOH8’s website. "I wanted to show people that despite having grown up within the cult and having spent a good portion of my life on the picket line, condemning our deceased soldiers, reveling in any and all forms of tragedy and simply striving to be hurtful in the name of God; that the WBC is wrong and what I did at the time was wrong!"

…Drain’s NOH8 photo was released just days after news that two other young members of the WBC had defected from the hate group. Megan Phelps-Roper and her sister Grace, granddaughters of the church’s infamous founder Fred Phelps, confirmed Thursday that both have left the church, and issued a statement apologizing for the pain they have inflicted upon others.