"I still feel the urge but I know better than to show my breasts. That would just be suicidal and ridiculous and not good just because of the culture that we live in. I don’t stagedive anymore, because I got sick of it. I did it until it became a schtick, you know. And I got sick of the rape of it. Why do guys do it and come back with their clothes on, and I can’t do it and keep my clothes on? I got clawed, I got fingered, I got charged with assault, serious shit went down" Courtney Love 2014

So pretty much all of Vance Joy’s ‘Dream Your Life Away’ is Bechloe as hell, but I went with ‘Georgia.’ I have some sort of storyline in my head for it, but I don’t think it’s necessary? Whatever. Hope y’all enjoy


“When you healed my arm…You didn’t need to bargain with me. You could have demanded every single week of the year.” My brows knit together as he turned, already half-consumed by the dark. “Every single week, and I would have said yes.

It wasn’t entirely a question, but I needed the answer.

A half smile appeared on his sensuous lips. “I know,” he said, and vanished.

bakeneko/manekineko yaku from the fic bell, book, and candle by @skittidyne !! (y’all it’s so amazing, like literally.)

HUFFS ok i doubt yaku is actually wearing something like this in the fic since it’s modernized, but i can dream……..

Lesbian writer Mary Renault proved that you don’t have to be male to write great gay novels. Courtney Lux follows in her footsteps.

The American Library Association’s GLBT Roundtable review of “Small Wonders,” by Courtney Lux

“Small Wonders is charming and heartwarming, highly recommended for all libraries and individuals who are interested in contemporary LGBT writing. This title could be appropriate for older young adults, especially those exploring their sexuality.”

Small Wonders will be available from Interlude Press on September 22nd. It can be pre-ordered now at the IP web store.