i loved their relationship

PSA to the Emmerdale Fandom

Shipping Robron/defending Robert does not make you a toxic and abusive person.

Enjoying a fictional relationship just because its not portrayed as healthy or stable (Newsflash! No popular soap pairing ever is), does not in any way reflect the kind of person you are irl.

Loving Aaron and still calling out his problematic behaviour does not mean you have no empathy for what his character or anyone who has actually suffered through that kind of trauma has been through.

Sending anonymous hate to people because they do both of the above is what makes you an abusive and toxic person.

Defending fictional characters to the point where you’re being aggressive and making death threats to real people makes you a toxic and abusive person.

Targeting the Robert/Robron fans (individually or collectively), making them feel like shit for loving something which is not real makes you a toxic and abusive person.

anonymous asked:

Yo there! Long time fan here I check your blog every day! Can I make a scenario request for shinsou and kirishima (separate pls) talking with their crush and long time friend about taking their relationship to the next level? What kinds of nice things would they say if their crush is super scared of becoming more than friends because of past experiences. Sorry if its weird i got out of something serious recently and I'm really scared about finding love again. Thanks so much!

Yo lovely! =D And it’s not weird at all really. (if you didn’t want me to say anything to this just ignore what I wrote next) Take your time when it comes to relationships. Let yourself heal first if that is what you need, take your time and breathe, recenter yourself and see what it is that you want and need. It’s okay to take your time and to do things at your pace, to find someone who loves and respects you and lets you do things in your time. It’s also okay to take a bit of a risk if you want, to jump into the cold water and see if things work out. Do what feels right for you and don’t let anyone push you into something you’re not ready for. Take care lovely <3 Also, I very much hope I could write this soon enough and that you’re going to like it!


He carefully listens to his friend’s worries and they tell him a bit more about their past experiences.

“I…” They pause and their shoulder slump a bit. “I’m scared.”

Shinsou itches to reach out and take their hands into his, to reassure them and to make them look less sad and worried. Instead, he inhales and he resolves that he won’t touch them unless they’re going to invite or accept it. He’ll do his best to respect them and talk it out properly.

“I can’t decide those things for you.” He finally says and drags a hand through his hair. His crush looks up and he gives them a small shrug, his face serious. “You know how you feel and if you’re ready for something again or not.”

He swallows and glances aside. “I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t disappointed or sad, but…” He looks at them again. “I value you, as the person you are and as my friend. If you want to date me or not doesn’t mean we aren’t friends. I care about you, I like you and I like spending time with you.”

His friend sighs and they rub a hand over their face for a moment. “I would…the thing is, I want to try, I just…”

They break off and Shinsou thinks about it for a moment, before he slowly offers his hand, palm up.

“Then it will be your call. You want to try dating? Okay, we’re going to do it at your pace. I want you to feel like you can trust me and only you know what makes you feel that way.” He holds their gaze. “We only take the next steps when you’re ready, when we’re both ready. Be it dating or hand holding or anything else.”

His crush exhales quietly and slowly reaches out as well, their fingers brushing his. They still look torn though and bite their lip.

“And what if…what if I want to stop? What if it doesn’t work out?”

Shinsou gives their fingers a gentle, reassuring squeeze. “You want to stop, we stop. You think something isn’t okay, you can talk about it with me and we can see if we can fix it. I only ask you to be honest with me and to let me know how you feel.” He inhales silently. “I can’t be brave for you, but if you let me know what you need, I can be here for you. The rest is something you need to decide.”


There is a small frown between his eyebrows as he listens to his partner and he finds himself feeling secretly upset that someone treated them in a way that made them scared of getting into another relationship.

When his crush finishes, they look torn and sad and hurt and Kirishima has to fight down the urge to pull them into a hug and try to soothe their fear away. At the moment though, they need to talk this out to decide how they’re going to proceed, no matter how hard it is to sit still and not reach out.

“I love you.” Kirishima finds himself blurting out and then rubs a hand over his forehead. “And I love you as my friend too. I want you to, to feel safe with me. I want you to be able to trust me and to relax and have fun with me.”

He looks at them, his expression open and not hiding what he feels. “And you know what makes you feel like you can entrust yourself to someone else, so that would be your call. If you want to give me a chance, that is your decision. If you don’t want to, this is the last time I’ll bring this up and we can return to being friends.”

Kirishima inhales and finds himself nervously fiddling with his fingers. “This is all new to me, I don’t know what to do and I’ll do my best not to mess anything up. And if you decide I’m worth a shot, we’ll do it at your pace, okay?” He gives them a small, encouraging smile before he looks serious again. “I don’t ever want to do anything you’re not comfortable with. Or that you’re not ready for.”

His friend sucks in a shaky breath and they bite their lip for a moment. “I’m scared it’s going to end badly.”

Kirishima is quiet for a moment, trying to put his feelings and the jumble of thoughts in his brain into words.

“We don’t know that until we try it.” He finally says. “I know that I love you and that I don’t want to hurt you and if I ever do, you let me know and I’ll stop right away. And if you notice that this isn’t going to work out between us, I won’t be angry if you break it off.”

Swallowing, he offers his hand and when his crush slowly takes it, he finds his chest flowing with tentative, loving warmth. “I can’t make your decisions for you.” Kirishima says, his voice quiet now. “I can only be here for you and be honest and true to my words. The rest is up to you.”

I believed you when you said no matter what happens you’re staying. Yet when I told you how hard it would be you just wished me luck and said you’ll stay away for good. I couldn’t possibly describe how I felt. No where near. I just felt like I was drowning and you were watching me. I was mourning for the love of my life. I felt like it was the end for me. You went without saying “okay this is it, I’m going and you’re messages will never come through and I will never come back.” That’s how it sounded. You made out like I was wrong. You didn’t fight or try to fight me. You just walked away like it’s just so easy to block someone. I cried for hours. If you didn’t come back, I’d literally be dead. I love you that much. If this doesn’t speak my love for you through words, I don’t know what would.
—  Kyle, this is for you.