*wakes at 3am with a cold sweat* okay but klance anastasia au makes so much more sense with lance as anastasia and keith as dimitri.
1) anastasias main goal is to find her family and therefore, find herself. in the movie she doesnt have any other motivations aside from that one. in voltron we know that lance cares a lot about his family and is homesick to the bone, and in some way, anastasia feels the same.
2) keith (in a kind of way) doesnt give a rats ass about his family and/or heritage at this moment. i dont see him doing a journey like anastasia to find his family (and for all we know dimitri is an orphan too).
3) i dont see keith being fooled like that by lance lmao he would see right through his shit
I have complicated feelings toward feminism ; I dislike that I always wonder if the discourse has subtext of “women = good ; men = bad”, that leaves me in that small stripe of “you are a terrible human being for aligning yourself with masculinity and rejecting femininity” ; I dislike that I always feel on edge when reading feminist articles and discourse, because it feels like it could slide so easily toward destruction, in a way, a destruction that I feel because I am not what I should be, not a woman, not a lesbian, but a bi demi-man, a bi half something, more on the side of masculine and neutral and uncomfortable with the spectrum of feminine, and I don’t want to be what I have been told I should be, and I experience the world in a way that feels alien, different ; I am rarely what I hear feminist discourse say I am or should be
I dislike that I never know if I should be on edge or not, if I can open a discussion about these complicated feelings or not.
my brain is mushy and I want to exist in a world where it wouldn’t be this complicated to be, and maybe I would be less strange
yesterday my first table at work was 4 complete shitholes who yelled at me twice before i even took their food order and almost made me cry. before they ate, they all bowed their heads to pray.
so on the top of their receipt i wrote “hebrews 13:2″ and they went WILD. they LOVED IT. they tipped me over 20% for my “education fund”.
hebrews 13:2 is “do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it”, and i really hope they got home and looked it up and realized that i am, in fact, a petty fucking bitch
One night after a difficult mission made Bruce even gruffer than usual, his children gathered for a group complaining session that featured sarcastic Bruce-impressions and comments like “it would be nice to get positive feedback every once in awhile”
“I get that he loves us and all, but he could stand to show it” “Or say it, even. Never heard him do that”
At that point Cass, who had been sitting quietly, confused all of her siblings by replying, “He says that a lot”
See, Cass’s understanding of language is different. She reads body language, and it allows her to understand how people feel when they aren’t necessarily communicating it to others. Technically, Cass has never heard Bruce say “I love you.” But she’s certainly seen him say it many, many times
And since her siblings found that hard to believe, she set about proving it to them. Through the rest of the mission, every time she saw Bruce say “I love you,” she approached the nearest sibling and whispered “There”
[Bruce adjusts Damian’s cape on his way past] “There”
[Bruce rolls his eyes as Dick and Tim strike intentionally melodramatic poses on the rooftop] “There”
[Bruce hands Duke a granola bar when his stomach starts growling] “There”
[Bruce uses excessive force on a villain that came slightly too close to Jason] “There”
[Bruce tells off the collective JLA for unprofessional behavior while they openly ignore him and continue said behavior] “There”
[Bruce turns away from the truly impressive kick flip Cass used to incapacitate three separate combatants with absolutely no change in expression] “There. See? He’s proud”
The others aren’t totally sure they believe her, but if she’s right…. wow. That kind of changes everything
And since Bruce had no idea any of that went on, she’s free to continue. Whenever Cass sees that one of her brothers is feeling down, she follows them around to act as Bruce’s translator. Somebody has to do it, she figures