IN-MORE-WAYS-THAN-ONE

Queer people have never existed in just one way. Queer people will never exist in just one way. And any movement that expects queer people’s needs to be met through one big solution is doomed to fail. It is vital that we work for change from more than one angle because we exist in more than one way and our needs are just as diverse as we are.

Erased (Pt.7)

Erased [part SEVEN]

part ONE | part TWO | part THREE | part FOUR | part FIVE | part SIX |

Warnings: Language, some nsfw and unhealthy situations throughout the series.

Author’s Note: This wasn’t meant to become anything more than a small ficlet, but then it did end up becoming something more. And in a different writing style from my previous fics.

Additional Note: I am so sorry.

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Yomo had made the arrangements to get Touka away from Kaneki’s radar, hours away and try to gather a group together. Hoping to find Aogiri to bring back Ayato and Hinami, if that was at all possible.

Nishiki had done what he said he would, having gone back to her place to gather some of her things and found no sign of Kaneki, even though he was itching to have a one on one with him.

Touka though had been unsure of this plan, knowing that once Kaneki realized she was gone he would go through all the trouble in the world to find her, especially if his plans involved in her capture.

How did it come to this?

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anonymous asked:

Hi! For NaNo, I'm writing a story which has a plot twist. The MC's mentor is a traitor and the big bad (who he has a persona for, MC goes to confront this persona and finds out that his mentor is the one he must kill). I have two questions, 1. how can I put little clues about this plot twist that some people would pick up on, but not having it be glaringly obvious, and 2. any tips on how to make the reveal effective/plot twists in general. Thank You!!

I have a couple of posts that I think would be helpful for this question:

[USING FORESHADOWING TO DEVELOP PLOT TWISTS]

[BETRAYAL BY SOMEONE CLOSE]

Essentially, if you want to use foreshadowing elements that won’t be ‘too obvious’, the key is to make sure that most of those elements could be interpreted by the reader in more than one way. This clue could suggest that the character is going to betray the protagonist, or it could be something completely innocent.

I hope that helps!

The marauders obviously did some fucked up things to Snape, but can I remind everyone that canonically, James and Severus were rivals. Not just a bully and his victim, as far too many people seem to think.

okay but Dipper’s constellation birthmark is showing up a lot, and it’s used in celestial navigation.

The Big Dipper 

leads to the

North Star

the brightest star

in the northern sky

and then the North Star

helps people

find their way

when they’re lost.

[Mabel] knows in her core that Dipper’s quest for maturity is, in itself, immature. So whenever he takes himself too seriously, it is her duty…to keep him in that kid space where he should be.”–Alex Hirsch

Jeffmads headcanon???
Thomas fucking hates ‘Tommy’ 'Tom’ 'Jeffrey’ as nicknames and think they are the worst names ever and if you call him one of those he’ll punch you square in the jaw.
One day Madison manages to call him all three,at separate times and everyone’s like ’ Boi,you done fucked up’ but Thomas doesn’t do anything because he loves hearing his name in any form get drawled from Madison’s mouth.