I’m certain of the fact that the elements play one of the biggest roles in astrology. And the Moon is the planet that can be best determined by the element of the sign. So here are a few characteristics that always approach the moon element.
It is all about PASSION. You are wild and uncontrollable, they shouldn’t even think of taming you. Quick to fall in love and immediate to turn on, you’re even easier to get hurt. Your affections are strong but temporary, they play the main role in your life, though. Your feelings will always have priority, you’re ready to give up a lot for the ones you care about, this is what makes you vulnerable. Your emotions are obvious, you can’t hide from them, neither can you bring them under control, you’re completely unprotected. This passion can be destructive just as to you, so to the people around you.
It is all about FAITH & DEVOTION. Your eyes will drive them crazy. They are gorgeous, deep and full of different kinds of feelings. You are hard to understand if they don’t know you well. You have a completely different approach to different people. If you care about them, you are able to sacrifice your life for them in a matter of seconds. On the opposite, if they didn’t make it to your heart, you will be colder than the snow, harsh and insensitive, it will be impossible to get to your true feelings. If you picked someone, you will stay with them until the very end. You will be faithful to a fault, but you’ll expect the same from them, so any betrayal is unforgivable.
It is all about FRIENDSHIP. Communication and understanding is the key. You absolutely need to feel the support and acceptance. You like to be taken as you are, you like seeing people falling for your little flaws. Your soul belongs to art, though, aesthetic beauty is what makes you emotionally complete. You are the one to fall for someone who surprises you with beautiful presents and flowers, you need attention. You’re fully in control of your sexuality and affections, you know your worth and you won’t allow yourself to settle for less.
It is all about FEELINGS. Though those feelings are changeable. You fall in love with full intensity, but you’re able to get over it quite soon. You are compassionate and sensitive, easy to hurt. Your intuition is incredibly strong, but you are trusting it too much and forget that it’s not always the right thing to listen to. Your emotions are like an open book, you can’t hide anything.
Suzanne telling herself how beautiful her black skin is and not allowing herself to believe that white skin is superior was so important, especially seeing as she could have been so easily lead to believe it isn’t after Leanne and Angie applied baby powder to her face
(Super-fast idea, because I found this
picture and, after laughing at the Sheriff’s face for two minutes straight, the
idea hit me straight in the face)
Several years in the future, Derek and the
Sheriff are kind of buddies.
Derek is now a consultant for the Beacon Hills
police for any kind of supernatural crime or when they need his super
sniffer in critical emergencies (Derek found the lost little girl almost
immediately, while the K9 unit from the next town was still lost in the woods.
The Sheriff was so proud. They never talk about the fact that they had to circle
the town in John’s police car, Derek’s head hanging out of the window like
a poodle on a roadtrip).
So John and Derek sometimes hang out,
watch football match together, they have a beer, talk about Stiles’ news
from college. They enjoy each other’s company in a very quiet, simple way.
Then, Stiles comes back to Beacon Hills for
Christmas, and immediately comes out as bisexual to his dad.
The Sheriff blinks, then hugs him.
should be the end of it. John is genuinely glad that Stiles told him, and happy
that he seems to grow up happy in his own skin.
John honestly doesn’t mean to search stuffs
online, but he’s bored, and one innocent question about LGBT rights in California turn into a quick google search and quickly devolve into a spiral of links. John falls deep. Too
He manages to keeps his anxiety at bay all
the way to Derek’s home, and his knocks on the door are barely frantic. But Derek
opens the door as if he is expecting the Sheriff to be on fire, so John guesses
that he didn’t control his panic-stricken heartbeat as well as he thought.
After a few minutes of assuring Derek that
no, Stiles is fine, John is fine, everyone is fine, no Stiles isn’t hurt,
nobody’s kid got missing again, Melissa is fine, there is no monster eating
anyone, Stiles is totally ok, and
getting a glass of perfectly good whisky from Derek (who apparently keeps it
around just for John), John finally explains.
Because Derek? Derek is bisexual.
They have talked about it in passing
several times. Talked about Derek’s ex, Jeff, who used to be a cop in New Jersey until he got
shot on duty and became a teacher. Talked of the creep Derek had to call the police on one night while he was drinking at the Jungle
and despairing over the shitty techno music. Talked about the association for LGBT kids Derek gives money to, and that he goes help from times to times.
To the Sheriff, it never seemed like a
detail more important than knowing that Derek hates cheap beer or that he is a
sore loser when his sport team gets slaughtered.
But now, now it is important. Because the
Sheriff needs someone with answers,
precise answers, about things that he can’t ask directly to his kid.
About giant sex toys and trips to the ER and
drugs use and STDs and biphobia and bullying.
He kind of blurt it all. Derek’s eyes look
gigantic and his eyebrows almost fly off his forehead.
So that’s how Derek becomes the Sheriff’s mentor
in everything LGBT.
It’s not as weird as it could be.
Derek answers all the questions as best as
he can, tries to reassure him. When he doesn’t know (and he wonders where the Sheriff got these informations), they look for answers
together online, while staying far away from certain websites.
(All the while, Derek tries to ignore really, really hard, that Stiles is bisexual
and apparently single. He fails).
Then maybe the Sheriff brings Derek back home in
the hope that Derek will talk to Stiles about all these stuffs (because he’s
not sure he has mastered the details enough to give the bisexual version of the
Talk. Also, the image of the humongous dildo is still haunting him).
So they end up all around the kitchen table,
Stiles looking bewildered and a little bit lost, Derek resigned and awkward and the Sheriff looking
at them with crazy eyes (again, gigantic dildo. And ER trips. Melissa works there, this can never
happen to them) until they start talking.
Stiles knows all those things. Derek knows
that Stiles knows. They talk about it anyway because, well, the Sheriff is starting to turn grey in worry.
After a little while, Stiles finally understands that Derek
is talking from experience. That Derek is bisexual. And single.
And Derek knows that Stiles is bisexual. And single.
The awkwardness quickly turns to vague innuendos, then obvious flirting, then
eyefucking over mugs of coffee.
The Sheriff gets his colors back progressively.
He wonders for a second if he should protest this development (the whole, 7
years older and a werewolf thing could be a problem), but really, Derek is a
And he apparently knows how to use lube,
condoms, and would never be stupid enough to use a gigantic dildo then lose it
somewhere in his son.
All in all, he’s ok with the direction this whole thing is taking.
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Rewind the clock by a couple of decades and I was working as a team lead for an office supply store. This office supply store has a “copy center” where staff members would print, copy, and scan stuff for customers.
Enter “Penny”. Penny was a middle-aged woman who would come in every Friday smelling like wine, dressed somewhat elaborately, and who would make ridiculous demands on the copy center staff. Penny: crazy lady!
Penny’s weekly Friday afternoon visitations had been going on for a while before I ever became aware of her. She would come in with elaborate letters including photos, keepsakes, etc written to England’s Royal Family - various members from the Queen to Prince Charles to Fergie. She would make the copy staff photocopy the letters, demanding perfection to the point where she measured the margins to ensure the contents copied were in the exact center of the page. Then she would make the copy center staff package the letters and, when she did include something such as photos, inspect the packing to ensure the tape was perfectly even and pay the shipping to Buckingham Palace in London. She would frequently make the copy staff read the photocopied letters back to her. When they had initial refused to, she had called district management and complained so this request was honored whenever she asked.
* Sleepy little eyes at bedtime * Falling asleep in sometimes crazy positions * Holding onto your ARM more often than your hands * Messy hair without realizing it * The potty dance * Getting rather hangry (hungry and therefore extra angry) * Whiny voices when they’re mad but don’t know it * Imitating animals they see * Putting things in their mouth just because * Singing extra loud when they hear musicals * Rocking back and forth when they’re deep in little space * Jumping up and down when excited * Puppy dog eyes * That CRAZY CUTE little voice * Pouty lower lip * Not being able to sit more than 2 inches away from their caregiver * MESSY EATING * Becoming harder to control the more tired they get * REFUSING to believe they’re sleepy…even as they yawn * Needing naps * Loving caregivers in such a way that they feel fulfilled, important, valued, and desirable.