humilliated

76 - Daddy! (Yoongi x Reader) Drabble Challenge: 150 Prompts

Genre: smut
Word count: 813
Contains: smut, daddy kink, mild humilliation, enjoy! Send in requests and prompts!

It was one of their kinky nights. Ones where Yoongi would pull his A game, out, quite literally. He started with just kissing her, for what seemed like ages – and they’ve made out for an hour – because they could, he kissed every inch of her exposed skin, and the more she revealed, the more he’d worship. When they were both naked, he allowed a slim finger to slip into the slick, wet channel and rub oh-so-deliciously to her weak spots until she was a loud, moaning mess, allowing all her sweet moans to spill out, except for one.

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fuck sad melancholic “looking out to the sunset crying while clutching her blue crown of roses” Lyanna tho.

gimme angry, resentful, exasperated, unkept, regretful, PTSD, judging, self hating “aware of how much everything has fucked up but resolute to make things right for the baby” Lyanna.

this is the woman who saw a man be bullied and put on armor to fucking avenge him and humilliate his tormentors, you think she gets locked in a tower and stays all sad, combing her hair everyday putting on her crown of roses waiting for Rhaegar? fuck that. She sassed her “guardians”, she didn’t bother with blue dresses if she was locked up she was gonna be comfortable, she cursed her thoughtlessnes (and Rhaegar’s). She promised to her belly she would do right and mend stuff. She would justify herself saying the sexist society left her no choice then berate herself and frown all day at all she caused.

I get it, she died in childbirth locked up, it was tragic and sad. That’s her story but not HER. That’s not Lyanna “a touch of the wolfblood” Stark. Do her right, please.

Regression - Request

Requested by anon: Sherlock x reader. Readers ex boyfriend used to shout at her before he used to beat her. Sherlock never shouts when she’s around as he knows it scars her. One day Sherlock and Mycroft are having an argument Sherlock is staying calm but Mycroft starts shouting. Causing reader to drop a heavy glass dish before running out the door and into the rain
& anon: Sherlock x reader. The reader was in an abusive in the past. Now happy with Sherlock but doesn’t like shouting. Mycroft comes in asking Sherlock to come to dinner with mummy. Mycroft and Sherlock start arguing. Sherlock is staying calm but Mycroft is shouting causing reader to shake in fear.

Pairing: Sherlock x reader

Word count: 1,750

Warnings: Abusive-ex, post-traumatic stress disorder’s regression, triggering.

A/N: Another abusive-ex related fic… I’ll say it again, if any of you is in a similar situation please, please, please, get help. Leave, break that sh*t up, do whatever it takes to go back to a normal life (unless it risks your life, then look for alternatives like calling the cops). I’ve experienced violence first-handedly and I can tell you that there is ALWAYS a way. Don’t let yourself down. You are worthy enough to get a real relationship without violence, abuse, humilliation, etc. YOU ARE WORTH IT.

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Originally posted by stupidteletubbie

Road trips weren’t Sherlock’s favourite kinds of journeys, especially when the destiny was his parents’ house. Yet, he remained calm, finding all sorts of excuse to encourage the on-going conversation between him and (Y/N) to continue until their arrival.

It had been Mycroft’s idea to spend the Christmas Break at their parent’s house. Obviously, Sherlock was a bit reluctant about it, but (Y/N) convinced him to spend time with his family. He agreed as long as she went there with him – which was perfectly accepted by the rest of the Holmes – and so there were.

They arrived a tad bit late, when the moon had just risen over the green hills that framed the petite picture of the small British house Mr. and Mrs. Holmes lived at. In spite of the time, they were received by the cheerful couple and Mycroft, who was just as serious as usual.

After a long dinner, they went to bed. As far as they could tell, that that Christmas would be pacific between the two brothers. Sherlock hadn’t been shot then, and Mycroft was free from his work, so Mrs. Holmes and (Y/N) hoped that they weren’t stressed enough to start an argument over nothing.

The first two days were fine. Mycroft and Sherlock would bombard each other with snazzy comments, but that was it. Mrs. Holmes was more than happy to have her two boys at home without arguing.

“I think he is behaving because of you.” She confessed once to (Y/N), while they baked together.

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Honestly...

I can’t understand how some people are totally blind to the fact that Molly is Sherlock’s “love interest”. Their relationship is the most developed one and it has been quite obvious since season three. Does people notice that Molly is the one who humanizates him the most? the one who made Sherlock apologize without saying a single word? the one who knows him deeply? the only one he trust  enough to share his fake suicide idea  with? Do they realize that Sherlock knows what Molly means to him and how much she knows him and that is why he changed his attitud towards her in season three? Do they realize that even John came to notice that Molly is the one who can see through his bullshit? Does people realize that Sherlock was clearly upset when Molly was engaged to Tom? Do they realize the weird double sensed words between them, like “what de you need - You”, “The one person he thought didnt matter at all to me was the one person who mattered the most” and “Sorry your engagement is over, though fairly grateful for the lack of a ring” were writting to show us “something”? And finally, do they realize that the whole point of their scene in “The final problem” was Sherlock saying “i love you” for real as it was the episode in which he would complete his process of humanization? I guess they don’t. They just see but not observe.

Some say he just realized he loves her as a friend. ¡PFFF! Sherlock has considered her a friend since a loooooot of time and clearly cares about her. He just told her they are friends: “Of course you’re not an experiment, you re my friend…we’re friends, but…please… say those words”. And they think he is hust realizing it now??? ¡pf! i wonder is they even watch the show.

They can easily say Molly forced Sherlock to say “i love you” so Sherlock’s words are fake, but they fail to notice that Molly is also been forced, that she actually tried a lot to avoid saying it…because it was true. Just a few understand that Sherlock and Molly are living exactly the same in that one scene. Yes, it was forced, but it doesn’t mean it’s false. Do they really expect them having dinner with candles and roses? This is “Sherlock” not a regular love movie or a sitcom. This was the confession, very unusual, and quite “Sherlock”-like.

And two more things:

Why do you think Molly appears to be so happy at the end of the episode and walking right towards a certain someone?

Weird right??!! if she was soooooooooooo humilliated before, why would  she be so happy??!!

Do you really think Moffat did that scene because he is a misogynist and he has fun humilliating nobody else but Molly? That he , Gatis and everyone else  are going to waste money, character development and plot issues for a character who is there just to be humilliated or “mirroring” a certain other character? Come on, get your head out of you ass.

i needed to say all of this, cause i’ve been reading  pathetic excuses and interpretations of those who try desperately to deny Sherlock and Molly’s love. and. it. is. enough :)

Have a nice day!

Playing with Fire - 01

Summary: After breaking up with you, you decide the only way to get back at your -now ex-boyfriend and avoid public humilliation is by making a deal with resident bad boy Min Yoongi: you’ll give him money as long as he pretends to be your new boy. 

Genre: Romance. 

Pairing: Yoongi x Reader

Rating: Mature (just some cursing for now but will def add in some good ol smut and fluff and probs a lil of angst? as the story progresses)

Length: 2.2k

Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4 - Part 5 - Part 6 -  Part 7 -  Part 8 [Finale]

A/N: listen. i have no idea where im going with this. im already thinking the second part and even THIRD part of Lifted but I feel like im posting too much jungkook (yes there is such a thing as posting too much jungkook) and i want to give the other members a chance and i’ve had this idea with yoongi for a while and its been destrOYing me. i dont even know if posting this already is a good idea because this literally the only thing i’ve written so far and im a master at procastinating and not finishing series (don’t worry wont make these too long) so anyways. still feel like this is going to be a mistake. go listen to some agust d bc this is 100% based on him.

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Food in the Hymn to Demeter

In this post I will speak about two things from the Hymn to Demeter that have been bothering me for years: why does Persephone eat food?; why is Persephone portrayed in a way that resembles more a mortal than a goddess?

Introduction notes, i) the dating of the Hymn it’s discussed, but it’s later than Hesiod’s Theogony and Homer’s works. Considering that, we must remember that Hesiod portrays Persephone as the awesome queen of Hades (realm) and also says “Persephone, whom Aidoneus -Hades- snatched away from her mother with the consent of wise Zeus”. (Th. 768, 774,913-914). Homer says nothing about her abduction, but portrays her as a dreadful queen as well. ii) The Hymn is written in a manuscript that is torn in certain parts, therefore the real text remains unknown to us; some authors have tried to restore it, but honestly, whatever it said it’s just an speculation.

1) FIRST PROBLEM, THE FOOD

Unless I’m mistaken, there is NO other mention anywhere of Greek gods/goddesses eating “non immortal food”. They only eat ambrosia and nectar. 

Let’s forget for a moment every possible meaning of the pomegranate (death, fertility, marriage acceptance, etc.). Now, why would a goddess eat something that is not divine-food? Why would a goddess eat “mortal food”?

There is a common belief in many mythologies around the world, where someone can’t eat food from the netherworld without being eternally tied to it. So let’s say Ancient Greeks also had this belief, or if they didn’t, they took it from a different culture (for example, from Mesopotamian or Egyptian myths).

The Hymn first says that Hades “stealthily, gave her a sweet pomegranate seed to eat” (372-373). This is supposed to be about food because “eat” φαγεῖν it’s in the text.. So, there is no doubt that Hades gives the pomegranate to Persephone as an edible thing.

Verse 373 has been discussed, because it says that Hades fed Persephone the seed “taking care himself that she might not remain always (by Demeter’s side)”. That “taking care himself” could also mean, according to some interpretations (Agar, Myres, Bonner, Faraone) something related to a magical act: Moving it to and fro abut himself -to make it a love charm-, passing it round his body, passing it round himself to unite it magically, etc. But whatever the meaning of Hades’ action is, the pomegranate was described previously as food. So whether Hades used magic or not, the thing is that Persephone ate the pomegranate seed.

One of the biggest troubles to analyze this topic is that the part where Persephone and Demeter meet again is torn in the manuscript. We only have random words. Look at the picture, the empty spaces after the [.

 What we basically have is that Persephone and Demeter hug each other, and something -we don’t know what- makes Demeter fear and ask:  “Child, I hope you didn’t / τέκνον, μή ῥά τι μοι σ // any food; tell me   βρώμης; ἐξαύδα, μ”. 

So whatever happened here, the thing is that we are talking about food (βρώμης). 

So… why a culture that portrays gods and goddesses as immortal superior beings that distinguish themselves from human not only for being ageless, but also for not needing food to live, gives us a myth of a young goddess that… eats food.

Remember, this is about food! It’s not a metaphor where pomegranate seed is marriage consummation or whatever, it’s about food and eating:  βρώμης (food),  φαγεῖν (eat),  ῥοιῆς κόκκον (pomegranate seed),  μελιηδέ’ ἐδωδήν (honey-sweet food).

There is consensus among scholars that the line where Persephone tells her version of her story contradicts the narrator’s version, because Hades doesn’t use compulsion or force on her. 

  • Some say she ate willingly and her words are a lie to hide her agency, since the ancient cultural codes didn’t allow women to display desire or have an active sexual/romantic initiative, they had to keep their “honor”. Primitive laws even asked women to complain in order to be trusted if they made accusations against men; for example, in Euripides’ Troades, when Helen complains she was taken against her will, she is told by Hekuba that she is lying: you also say that Paris took you away by force. Kidnapped you. Did you scream for help at all? Did any other woman hear you?. So according to ancient greek standards, there is no possible way that Persephone’s acceptance of the pomegranate could be shown as 100% willing, otherwise she would no longer be the chaste and reverent Persephone. I will leave two great quotes that summarize a bit this idea:

“The figure of the bride is thus poised between objectification and agency, desirability and desire of her own. She must be sufficiently reluctant to suggest that she will not stray once she is married, but she must also actively desire her new husband. To be sure, it was not decorous to speak of such desire directly” (Ruby Blondell)

“Perhaps this reflects the custom reported by Plutarch of having the bride eat a malon, a quince or apple, before she goes into the bridal chamber. Plutarch attributes the ritual to Solon’s legislation and suggests that the purpose was to ensure her sweet speech and that “the first embrace may not be unpleasant or hard to stand”. From Greek myth, however, we learn that the ritual accomplished more than ensuring that the bride would be pleasant to the groom. With this gesture she accepted the first food from her husband’s house, and her acceptance bound her to him, just as Persephone was bound to stay with Hades after she had eaten only two pomegranate seeds. The malon itself shows what would truly bind the bride to her husband. It occurs repeatedly in Greek literature as a symbol for love. By accepting this fruit, the bride symbolized her acceptance of the love her husband offered her.” (The Wedding in Ancient Athens) –> consider Persephone eats just after Hades speech-offerings to her.

  • Others say that Persephone makes up this lie to avoid being blamed for her thoughtlessness by not realizing what the food consequence was. She wasn’t forced to eat, but she should have avoided it.
  • Some say, there is no contradiction and Persephone is speaking the truth, she was forced. This would be an important way to distinguish the voices of males and females on the story. Helios, Zeus and Hades see the marriage as something good, meanwhile Demeter, Hecate and Persephone complain about it. Following this idea, maybe what happens in the missing text is that Persephone still looks so scared from the trauma, or conflicted for being forced to eat, that Demeter notices and makes the question. But, the odd thing is that the words Persephone uses for her speech are the same used by Demeter to make up her lie about being abducted by pirates (121 and 125 compared to 413 and 433).

Comment on Line 412: ἔμβαλέ μοι ῥοιῆς κόκκον, μελιηδέ’ ἐδωδήν : he put in my mouth* a pomegranate seed, sweet honey food. ἄκουσαν δὲ βίῃ με προσηνάγκασσε πάσασθαι. and unwillingly bodily forced me to eat.
*line 412 is odd because it says “embale moi” + “pomegranate seed”. Richardson says the use of embale moi alone, without further specifications it’s unusual in epic. Another example of “embale moi” it’s in Aristophane’s Frogs, 754 that says “ Put your right hand there” ( ἔμβαλέ μοι τὴν δεξιάν, ). In the Hymn we are not told that Hades put his hand on Persephone’s mouth, it just says verb (put, throw, push, etc) + object. Some authors, like Faraone, have thought that the expression could mean “throw”. Since there are tales where a man would throw an apple to a woman to gain a reciprocal love, -whether the woman is willing or under a spell- here Hades would use magic to assure Persephone’s return).

I still don’t know why an inmmortal goddess would eat human food. But, what I find highly important is that this idea of don’t-eat-underworld-food-if-you-don’t-want-to-be-trapped-there it’s something the characters of the Hymn are aware of; or at least, Hades, Demeter and Zeus know about it. Let’s remember that, even we have that laguna in the text, Demeter fears that Persephone could have eaten, and she asks her if she did, hoping the answer is negative. This means that the food-rule was so obvious and so important, that it’s the first thing that comes to Demeter’s mind when seeing Persephone again.

So, if the “underworld-food law” was something known to everyone, how could Persephone be the only one who ignored it? And even if she truly ignored it because she was “a child”, “a young goddess” or whatever, why did she accept not-immortal-food anyway? As a gift from xenia? The fruit that belongs to Hera, goddess of marriage?  Such a careless goddes we have here!

2) SECOND PROBLEM: PERSEPHONE’S PORTRAYAL

The Hymn to Demeter, portrays Persephone as a young girl who, besides being Demeter’s -a goddess- daughter, has no divine traits at all besides being beautiful.

If we read all the other Hymns, all gods are portrayed in majestic and sobrenatural ways. And gods are superior and awesome since the moment they are born. Hermes and Apollo are great examples, because they are just-born and they already have amazing traits (Hermes invents things, steals things; Apollo is extremely powerful and immediately asks for his prerrogatives, etc). And in the Hymn to Aphrodite, we see that even if she is humilliated by Zeus by falling in love with a mortal and she says she was “driven out of her mind”, she remains a superior, powerful and “divine-in-nature” being through all the Hymn (she can change her appearance, she is depicted as an awe to sight, etc).

But in the Hymn to Demeter, Persephone is nothing but a “maiden”. She doesn’t even seem like a “divine child”, she is just a simple child. We are only told that she is“trim-ankled” (2), flower-like (8), lovely to see (66), trim-ankled again (77)”, and that she is a young girl and Demeter’s daughter. Persephone lacks the awe-inspiring traits of deities, we could even say that nothing distinguishes her from any beautiful mortal girl. —> Probably, since the Hymn is to praise Demeter, there was no need to mention anything that identifies young Persephone as an individual goddess -like young Hermes, Apollo, Artemis, etc-. She must remain as the child and daughter. Probably there were stories about Persephone’s youth on her own, her specific powers and we just won’t get to know them.

It’s from lines 343 forward, when Persephone it’s in the underworld where we are told other things about her that are not only her beauty:

  • reverent/chaste (αἰδοίῃ 343), illustrious (ἀγαυὴν 348), wise (8δαΐφρονι 359), strong-minded (περίφρων 370).

Notice that both words refering to her intelligence come before the pomegranate-eating; we are told that she is wise and strong-minded and just after that she is given food by Hades. So… wouldn’t it be a huge contradiction that, this illustrious, wise and strong-minded goddess is actually so ignorant and unaware of a well-known-rule? This wise and intelligent goddess is actually so inattentive and careless that doesn’t even realize she was given a seed? 

Considering all the heavy symbolism related to marriage that lie in the act of eating and the pomegranate itself, I just find it impossible to believe that, as Apollodorus says, Persephone ate the seed “with no foreknowledge of the outcome of her act”

So, Persephone either ate willingly and knowing the consequences of the food; or she was truly forced by Hades, not with body-force as she tells Demeter, but by a food-magical bind. But such a thing, doesn’t make sense to me in the context of Ancient Greek marriage. note: According to Richardson, When Demeter asks in line 404 “ by what trick did the strong Host of Many beguile you?” (404) ( δόλῳ trap trick +   ἐξαπάτησε deception) it’s most than likely refering to the trick used to abduct her (how did he get to abduct you) and not about the eating (how did he trick you into eating?). Speculations on this, in a future post.

anonymous asked:

Following Laito's HDB ending where he kills Karlheinz, what kind of king do you think he'll be?

I think he’d be horror, not only would he do cruel and humilliating things to his servants like force them to undress before him and make them say they’re sluts but I kinda see him the type to grab female humans to have a sort of stock of toys so when he killed a certain amount he can replace his servants.
All of them he’d toy their hearts into thinking they’re special for him and all of them would be virgins, young.

He’d rule using terror but at the same time showng certain unstability because I don’t see Laito as too much of responsible but more of the throw a party type. Of course, no normal thing goes on and it’s another bloodbath.


Tyranic kingdom if you ask me.

Playing with Fire - 05

Summary: After breaking up with you, you decide the only way to get back at your -now ex-boyfriend and avoid public humilliation is by making a deal with resident bad boy Min Yoongi: you’ll give him money as long as he pretends to be your new boy.

Genre: Romance.

Pairing: Yoongi x Reader

Rating: Mature (angst? + smut)

Length: 3.3k

Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4 - Part 5 - Part 6 - Part 7 - Part 8 [Finale]

A/N: here it is! so theres a bit of yoongis pov and i mention jungyeon from twice bc i actually think yoongi and her would be cute concept?? anways eNJOY

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