writing prompt: sonyamary where natasha and mary genuinely don't like each other at first, like, they have some kind of rivalry at work, but Sonya comes home every day to the apartment she and Natasha share and gushes about her girlfriend... but Natasha doesn't piece together that Mary is the girlfriend until they first meet
The position of #1 in the class is an important one, their professor told them on their first day of classes, and only the best person would be guaranteed an internship in the firm. From then on, Natasha had known that she needed to be number one. And she would have been, if Marya Bolkonskaya hadn’t decided she needed the number one position as well. It was coming down to the decimals in the point system, and it was constantly changing.
In the middle of writing a paper on the couch, Natasha’s legs thrown over the arm, she startles when the door opens and then almost slams and Sonya waltzes in, humming.
“Where’ve you been?” Natasha asks without looking up from her laptop.
“Girlfriend.” Sonya hums, dropping onto the other sofa in the apartment and just letting out a pleased sigh. “She made cookies,Tasha. For me. Just an entire batch of chocolate-chocolate-chip cookies, for me.”
“Cute.” Natasha says before looking up, noticing the small hurt look that crosses Sonya’s face. “No, I’m serious, Son, that’s adorable. I’m just. Stressed. I could use a break, though, tell me about her.”
“She made me cookies.” Sonya says again before sighing softly. “She’s so pretty, Tasha, and she blushes every time I say it, like, like she doesn’t believe me the last time. And she loves to bake. Like, it’s not funny. I keep saying she should drop outta law school and open a bakery, that’s how good.”
“You could open that coffee shop with her.” Natasha points out, biting on the end of her pen. Sonya brightens a little and grabs her phone, texting her girlfriend immediately. Natasha laughs. “Bring her to Marya’s Christmas party this year, Sonya, she’s more than welcome. You know that. Pierre and Andrei are coming this year.”
“What’d you blackmail them with?” Sonya asks curiously. Natasha just smiles wickedly and rolls over to keep writing her paper. Sonya laughs.
Natasha is staring at the door, waiting. “God, give it up, babe, she’ll get here when she gets here.” Andrei sighs, kissing Natasha’s head softly. “Pierre, she won’t stop doing this, help me.”
“What am I supposed to do?” Pierre replies, a little lost in the crowd of people. Marya Dmitrievna’s Christmas parties are legendary on UMoscow’s campus.
“Distract her?” Andrei tosses back to his boyfriend, trying to tug his girlfriend away from the door. Pierre sighs a little.
“Natasha, he’s right. Let it rest, Sonya will get here when she gets here, and you can meet her girlfri- Natasha, come on!” Pierre loses his grip on her arm and Natasha practically barrels towards the door of the apartment, getting there directly as Sonya walks in, giggling softly, on the arm of-
“Oh.” Natasha says softly, looking between Sonya and Mary. Oh. It makes sense, Natasha realizes, as she considers it more. And they seem happy. They are happy. Who is Natasha to fuck that up? “Mary! Sonya, I’m glad you both came!” She says, tugging them both into the apartment without a second’s hesitation. Mary is kind, smiles, until she sees her brother.
“Oh, fuck.” Mary says in a low voice. Natasha looks between them, sensing that Andrei had no idea his sister was going to be there.
“I’ll handle him, he’s harmless, come on. Andrei, down.” Natasha says, passing her boyfriend and stealing just long enough of a kiss to throw him off so the young woman can tug Mary and Sonya past. Pierre hides a snicker behind his glass. Andrei shoots him a glare. Their girlfriend was going to be a hell of a lawyer.
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12 Years a Slave - Graphic R (x).
22 Female Kottayam (22FK) - (x)
22 Jump Street - R by deceit, implied younger student coerced/forced into a relationship with older man (x)
2:37 - Graphic incestuous (x)
28 Days Later (2002) - Attempted R (x)
3 Days to Kill - Attempted R (x)
300 - Graphic R (x)
300: Rise of an Empire - Implied R (x)
40 Days and 40 Nights - Graphic R (x)
47 Ronin - Implied R (x)
50 Shades of Grey - Questionable consent at best, stalking. Much less problematic than the book (x)
6 Guns - (x)
7 Days (Les 7 jours du talion) - (x)
8MM - Sexual violence, involves snuff films (x)
9 ½ Weeks - Graphic R (x)
90 Minutes (90 Minutter) - Graphic R (x)
90120 - (x)
8 Women - Implied R, pedophilia, pregnancy from R (x)
6 Years - Attempted R, 53:20 to 55:03 (x)
ABCs of Death - Implied CSA (x)
Abduction of Eden - Implied R (x)
Abzurdah - Statuory relationship (x).
The Accused - Graphic R, whole movie is about R (x)
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert - Attempted CSA, child outsmarts the adult, played off as comedy (x)
After Lucia (Después de Lucía) - Off-screen R, R, SA, victim blaming (x)
Aftershock - Very graphic R (x)
Age of Ultron - R joke (x).
Akira - Sexual violence (x)
Alien - alien R, forced impregnation through the mouth (x)
Alien 3 - attempted gang R early in the movie, forced impregnation (x)
All About Lily Chou-Chou - Implied G-R, one scene is graphic G-R (x)
All Cheerleaders Die - Implied R (x).
Almost famous - In the last quarter of the movie an unconscious character is kissed (x).
Almost Human [Milano odia: la polizia non può sparare] - Graphic R (x).
Altar - Implied R (x)
Altered - (x)
American Beauty - Attempted CSA, infatuation from an older man with a young female, viewers may find it disturbing (x)
American History X - Graphic R (x)
American Mary - Graphic R [starts 37 minutes in, ends 3 minutes later] (x)
American Me - Very graphic R (x)
American Psycho - nonconsensual sexual themes, SA themes (x)
Andrei Rublev- Multiple graphic R, attempted R. (x)
An American Crime - Graphic R (x)
An American Haunting - CSA (x)
Amityville II: The Possession - Graphic incest (x)
The Angels’ Melancholy - see Melancholie der Engel
Angel of Vengeance - see Ms. 45.
Animal House - Mentions of R (x).
Another Time, Another Place - Graphic R and posterior trauma (x).
A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night - Graphic metaphor for R and/or attempted R (x).
Girl With a Pearl Earring*- Attempted R (x)
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (multiple versions) - Very graphic R (x)(x).
Girls Against Boys - R/revenge genre (x).
The Girl Next Door 2007 - Extremely graphic multiple R, CSA, implied gang R, statutory R. (x).
Gladiator* (2000) - Mentions, implied attempt of R(x)
Gloria - Statory R, implied (x)*
Goldfinger* - Implied R, romanticized (x)
Good for Nothing - Attempted R (x)
Good Kill (2014) - R, Graphic R (x)
Go, Go, Second Time Virgin ( Yuke Yuke Nidome no Shojo)* - (x)
Goth (2003) - Implied R (x)
Gone* - (x)
Gone Girl - Implied R (x)
Gone With the Wind - Offscreen R (x)
Gothika - Implied snuff film, only the start of it is seen, brief R (x)
The Graduates of Malibu High (Young Warriors)* - (x)
Gran Torino (2008) - Implied R (x)
Grease (1978) - Attempted R (x).
Grease 2 - attempted R by deception during the song “Let’s Do It For Our Country” (x)
The Great Dictator - R attempt used as a comedy device (x).
Grotesque - R, SA, sexplotation, sexual violence. Everything is graphic (x).
The Green Mile - Graphicly implied (x).
Gummo (1997) - Implied R (x)
A Gun for Jennifer - Graphic R/revenge genre (x).
Gun Hill Rd - Beginning of R halfway through the movie (Hector and Angie’s scene) cuts away before R starts but it’s implied; over an hour into the movie explicit CSA/R and the fathers is an accompliance (x).
Gun Woman (Nyotaiju Gun Woman) – Graphic R - (x).
Gutterballs - Extended, very graphic R, SA (x).
IMDb Parents’ Guide - go to the page for the show and click parents guide on the menu on the right. It describes the acts, so be forewarned.
Common Sense Media - reviews and ratings
TV Tropes - details various different kinds of R in almost all forms of media.
Wikipedia - when all else fails, there is sometimes a detailed synopsis of the plot there.
BBFC - British Board of Film Classification
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