Every time I see some rando say "bu...but there's nooo difference between shipping a straight character in a gay ship and shipping a gay character in a straight ship!!" I lose a year of my life. I am currently at negative life.
honestly same. tbh trying to talk sense to some people on here is mentally and physically draining; it’s like trying to convince sherlock why knowing about the solar system can be important
do u write fanfiction behind all the art you make? Is there a link?
The story I have running at the moment is called Turncoat. It’s about my original character, Ridley Turner, and the route her life takes after she disbands from the Brotherhood of Steel. She’s not the Sole Survivor, so I’ve given myself a lot of freedom to do what I want with her. UwU
Synopsis:Candice Stan is an actress but she is also the younger sister of Sebastian Stan. One day she gets a call telling her that she has gotten a part in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. When she gets to set she meets Chris Evans and sparks begin to fly. What will the future hold for them? Will they give in to temptation or will they ignore the feelings? Only time will tell.
Hi Doc! I just wanted to tell you that I finally got around to reading Night Watch (my girlfriend kept recommending Sarah Waters and I kept being too busy) and it was so great! Her writing is so wonderful and evocative and I really hadn't realised how much I had been missing a novel in which the romance plot is between women. Also Kay is a big awkward adorable butch marshmallow and I want to hug her. And Mickey. Also Mickey basically = Tracer y/y?
Yes, okay, this is the most amazing book and I die for it and everyone should read the Night Watch, I should just start sending out cheap copies to strangers. Sarah Waters is an AMAZING writer, and her characters are so full of life (My other favorite of hers is Tipping the Velvet)
I love Mickey SO VERY MUCH and yes, I would note a certain quality of highly resilient personality in Mickey as well which brings Tracer to mind! Mickey has Seen Some Shit as well, and has to take work in a garage just so she can wear pants because she doesn’t have Kay’s money, but then, I mean, I have pants, and my houseboat, so that’s all right then, isn’t it? And I LOVE how she has her tiny houseboat and her shitty job and Kay has family money and Mickey’s like “Kay you are a sad mopey lesbian please come live with me in my tiny houseboat so I can keep an eye on you”
ANYWAY, do NOT see the BBC version, I have no idea how they managed to take one of the most beautifully and sensitively written butch characters I’ve ever seen in Kay, and were like, “aha, CLEARLY what Waters meant was that butchness is caused by war trauma, right?” “I mean, clearly, but what about Mickey, the irrepressively cheerful ray of tiny butch sunshine?””Um…..let’s just…cut out her character completely?” “GOOD CALL, MARTIN, GOOD SHOW.”
And it has other characters accuse Kay of wanting to be a man, and a lot of other gross, hinky stuff surrounding gnc women that’s not in the book at all. I didn’t even finish it.
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