*r&i

i think that was it 

the moment they completely, without a doubt, fell for each other

they’d seen each other before, exchanged brief looks. in the previous episode, they engaged in a bit of small talk. but that was it, they didn’t know each other. sure, there was physical attraction. sure, they were both infatuated and incredibly intrigued. but when they met up in this scene they were still simply giving this, them, a try. because, again, they didn’t know each other. they didn’t know if they had all these common interests, they didn’t know talking to the other would feel so incredible, so effortless, so liberating. they didn’t know it would feel like they could talk to each other for hours and hours and hours. they didn’t know being around each other would feel like home 

but this was them getting to know each other, truly seeing each other for the first time and although they already had this idea of each other that they both liked, this was the part that confirmed everything. this was the part that sealed the deal. this was the point of no-return, the moment that transformed infatuation into something else entirely. the moment they both knew, consciously or subconsciously, that their heart wasn’t their own anymore 

anequalopportunist  asked:

OMG SOMEONE TRIED TO TELL ME DEREK/HOECHLIN WAS TOO MASC TO BE A BOTTOM AND I AM LIKE "Honey noooooo...." HELP?

I don’t-

I just-

I mean-

Okay guys, gals and pals, say it with me…

WHAT FEELS GOOD IN BED IS NOT RELATED TO HOW YOU LOOK, ACT OR PRESENT YOURSELF. 

Person A likes this during sex.

Person B likes that during sex.

Person C doesn’t like sex.

You know what these three people have in common? Fuck all if I know, maybe they all like cat videos - I mean, who doesn’t like cat videos???? - but most of all? 

*dramatic drum roll*

WHAT. THEY. LIKE. IS. NOT. UP. FOR. DEBATE. BECAUSE. OF. YOUR. SEXIST. AND/OR. IGNORANT. VIEW. OF. THE. WORLD. 

WHO WOULD HAVE THOUGHT, RIGHT???

In conclusion, I feel you. I feel you so much, dude. At the end of the day, all you can do is try to gently educate them (probably not with this salty post though) and if they still refuse to look beyond their sexist, heteronormative stereotypes, well…