Are you Queer and South Asian, but not out to your parents yet?
Let me offer you some perspective that you may not have had before.
I interviewed my mother and asked her how she felt raising me, a Queer/Transgender man. My mother came to USA when she was a child, and she was raised by very conservative parents.
Please share (I think it’s important for us brown people to actually appear in a super marginalized community), comment, and subscribe 🙏🏾
Summary: After seeing your significant other bruised and battered, you’d think that someone would tend to them lovingly. Apparently not. - Part 4 to desi!reader x Peter
Characters: Peter Parker, Tony Stark, Bruce Banner (mentioned)
Warnings: Mentions of blood, bruising, a whole fuck load of angst
A/N: IT’S THE RETURN OF KKHH WOOOOOO!!! Okay but seriously I have been so stressed and uninspired to write long things lately and I’m just so disorganized and honestly I had this written like half a year ago but forgot to finish it so here it is :^) bonus points if you figure out the lil foreshadowing I put in for part 6
[’Yaar, tum mujhse kya karrayun’ = ‘Ugh, what are you doing to me’ in Hindi/Urdu]
Brown people love to pretend that they’re better than white folks cos they don’t kick out their children at 18. You can stay with your parents as long as you want and there is no stigma. Please. That’s only true for the sons. Daughters become a burden as soon as they are of marriageable age. You want em out of the house, and into the hands of another man asap.
A/N: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH idk if you can tell but I’ve been really nervous about this series but it’s basically a female!desi!reader x Peter Parker with eventual stepfather!Tony and I just really want some desi representation is that so hard to ask for??? also single!mom is chill about dating which I know is very unrealistic but ssshhhh