genre: angst, romance, marriage, divorce | this part contains mentions of sex/smut characters: reader and namjoon, bts word count: 1785 summary:You want the divorce. Your marriage is not the same. You don’t think he loves you anymore. This is the right thing to do…right?
Since we have a Twins AU and a Trans!AU why not to fuse them?
We know Felix is always grumpy because he push himself too much, we agreed is to be the perfect son, so his dad could be proud of him.
What if the reason of all that is because he is a Trans boy? (FTM)
His dad doesn’t like this and constanly disrespect his identity, telling him he should act as a lady.
He dresses in that stuffy suit and act as a colected business man because that is how successfull men act and dress. That’s what he wants to be, if he can get better, if he can show his dad he deserve his affection and respect maybe he will be proud of him.
He starts to hang out with Marianette and his brother (mostly because Marianette insisted) slowly being himself, still sassy and snarky, sharing secrets with Marianette and relinking with his brother after all that time brooding
“I’m sorry, I just kept you out and never…”
“Felix, It’s ok! I haven’t been exactly open too. The important thing is that I love you and I wil ALWAYS be by your side”
Marianette making him a binder and talking a lot about it with her parents because she really want to make it work and when It’s done and Felix trys it (and It’s perfect) her parents congratulate them. Felix gets over whelmed and hugs them because they have been more supportive than his own father.
He discovering their secret identities and becoming the second Chat Noir (like PV’s) and the three of them having to get trough it. So many high-tight jokes.
He being a flirty little shit and making Nino have TOTALY NOT DECENT toughts about him.
He stooding up and confronting his father, getting all the shit out of his chest.
Imagine him stoping his father (Mothhawk)
Imagine him visiting his father at the prision and playing chess with him
Imagine they slowly reconstructing their relationship
Imagine his dad calling him for his name
Imagine him telling he is proud of him and that he is sorry.
Imagine him forgiving him.
Imagine them just holding their hands across the table trying to not to cry.