i was two here

alec always liked post battle showers, taking their time washing the grime and blood off of each other until exhausted limbs were ready for sleep. despite stepping in looking like they had both been through hell and stumbled out the other side, they’d step out of the shower with steam warmed skin, half lost in kisses and ready to sink into the sheets.

but what he liked far more than that, what they both liked more than nearly anything, were baths shared after a day so long neither of them felt like they’d see the end of it. days filled with clave related nonsense, both of them dealing with bureaucracy until alec’s teeth hurt and magnus was rubbing his own shoulders, growling at everything. it was nearly unspoken as they stepped through the portal, magnus tugging alec closer, their torsos pressed together his warm face tucked down against alec’s neck. it made alec shiver but he held onto him, dragging his fingers over the tight muscles of magnus’s back.

“i’ll get the bath ready.” alec’s whisper was caught in the warm air between them, magnus’s breath released in a sigh against alec’s deflect rune. but with it came a nod, though he didn’t release alec just yet, pressing a soft line of kisses down that rune before he did. it sent a shiver through alec but a distant, tired one. and then they parted in the breezy hallway, magnus already pulling his military jacket off, his shoulders slightly slumped.

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I don’t Discourse, but I get so angry when people dismiss asexual’s people’s problems as something like “Boohoo, you don’t want to fuck, no one gives a shit”.

But it’s so much more than that. Obviously it’s not homophobia, never was and never will be. It doesn’t even compare, it’s not the same thing at all. 

But there are issues asexual people face like - there is pressure, part of it from society, and a lot of it come for ourselves. And that kind of self-hate and self-loathing and thinking you’re broken and unloveable, developping unhealthy sexual behaviour and self-harm - it’s a thing, it’s definitely a thing, not something 14-year-old kids on tumblr made up for attention. It can really mess you up, mess your relationships up, and people are so afraid to talk about it - I read words of older people - and I don’t mean people my age, I mean people in their 50s, their 60s - probably they don’t even know asexuality is even a thing, they got married and had kids and always felt wrong, because they hate sex and they never wanted it and never felt comfortable around it but they did it, quietly, never said a fucking word, and hated themselves a bit more every single time because they never understood why they felt they were missing what they were always told was supposed to be a fundamental part of themselves. They spent their entire life thinking they were broken.

and. it’s not homophobia, it’s not bigotry from an entire society keeping you from jobs and housing, etc. there’s no stats or anything. And maybe a lot of non-asexual people relate to this self-loathing, too. Things are never completely clear cut - there is always some overlapping. It doesn’t make it any less important. It’s still a thing that most asexual people go through, at least for part of their life, and it can really, really mess someone up. And there’s no need to get into discourse or into any (useless and frankly asinine) comparisons - it just needs to be taken seriously for what it is, because people’s health and happiness are what’s at play and it matters, too.

the-autistic-canine  asked:

Care to give me your 2 cents on the princess and the frog? I love the film, i know it's not perfect but i think it's a wonderful modern day Disney fairy tale.

Really great film and really underrated, I think. I haven’t watched it in a while so I’m not as gushy as I usually would be about it, but every time I see it I get reminded how much I enjoy it.

The characters are fantastic and good foils to each other. Tiana is someone kids can really look up to, and she’s the best example I can think of in media that teaches the lesson “work hard but don’t forget to let people into your life,” which is super important. I’ve watched this kind of stuff actually happen in real life. And Naveen is the classic lazy-character-turns-diligent lesson, but he also teaches that it’s okay to keep your fun-loving attitude and that it can actually help you get far in life. You don’t have to lose who you are to fit into the adult world.

This movie is also like. Really funny you guys. I can’t think of any jokes that made me laugh off the top of my head but I do remember just watching the movie and laughing through most of it. Louis and Mama Odie are the cooliest.

I almost cried the first time I watched the movie and Ray died why did they make it so rainy and sad and Tiana cries which is a big deal since she hardly ever cries and his grandmother is forced to go to his funeral but then he GETS TO BE A STAR WITH EVANGELINE AND BECOMES THE SECOND-BRIGHTEST STAR IN THE SKY AND IT’S ONE OF THE WARMEST DISNEY MOMENTS OF ALL TIME BUT NOBODY EVER TALKS ABOUT THIS SCENE

PLUS gotta love that villain and song, Dr. Facilier is intensely creepy but still super entertaining to watch. ANd his animation is soooo cool-looking.

Also Charlotte is incredible.

prompt: trc/teen wolf crossover - stiles and derek at one of kavinsky’s substance parties, having the time of their lives under the glow of the neon lights. suggested by @yourlovelyalpha

(aka a perfect excuse for me to attempt blacklight coloring, it was fun, 10/10 would/will do again)


David Tennant Appreciation Week: Day Four

David’s Quirks: A Comprehensive Study


“The moment we sat down and talked to each other, we had like a natural connection right away. He said to me afterwards that the most important thing for him was to feel comfortable. He had to be comfortable with me and I had to be comfortable with him to do all the stuff that we did this season. I think we just clicked and he felt as much as I did.” (x)