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The 10th House - Our Public Image

The 10th House sits at the very top of our chart and symbolizes our own public image. It is quite common for people to not relate to the sign on the 10th House cusp or the planets that live there. This is because we must grow into the 10th house, it does not come natural to us and it is not unusual for us to detest the qualities of the sign or planets in the 10th House in our younger years. This house shows us how we are perceived in the eye of the public but not so much in our private lives. 

Signs in the 10th House ~

Aries in the 10th House: These people tend to appear to be very passionate about everything that they do. They can sometimes seems a little hyper or overexcited but this comes across in a childlike charm. Other people might see them to be quick to anger even if this isn’t the case. 

Taurus in the 10th House: They tend to appear very calm and level headed. People see them as patient and caring but are also aware that they aren’t pushovers. They appear strong and durable but can also be seen to be quite stubborn and unyielding. 

Gemini in the 10th House: These people may seem to others that they are always “go, go, go” and rarely every slow down! They might seem shallow and “quippy” and unfortunately often have the reputation of a gossip. They seem to be very cunning and mischievous which just adds to their sprite-like charm.

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Kingdom of  "The Fairy King"

“Dame,” said this Pluto, “be no longer wroth;
I give it up; but since I swore my oath
That I would give to him his sight again,
My word shall stand, I warn you that’s certain.
I am a king, it suits me not to lie.”

The Merchant’s Tale

Pluto in the 1st House: The Dais of Shadows. When positioned in the house of the Self, he designs powerful, magnetic individuals. While they are more of the loner type, they come as very intimidating and knowledgeable. Persons with Pluto in this house have a domineering, almost unbearable stare that mirrors perfectly their strong will power.

Pluto in the 2nd House: The Key Tower. These persons feel comfortable with using resources or talents that other might consider taboo or odd. They have a terrific dislike for helplessness, and even if they have a pathological desire to gather as many belongings as possible, second house Plutonian natives are willing to sacrifice anything needed to keep something or someone dear to them safe from harm.

Pluto in the 3rd House: Garden of Words and Swords. These individuals have something especially tremendous about their speech, even from a young age. They can be very persuasive, and know how and when to use their self-taught and dangerous knowledge to be in advantage. These persons might despise authority or any form of academical education, but they are at the same time in an endless hunt for information.

Pluto in the 4th House: Chamber of Memories. Even if their childhood was peaceful and stress-free, the fourth house Pluto natives have a hard time exposing their past. The mother will play a major and influential role in their lives, even becoming a little bit too controlling. They might go through patriotic or identity crisis as a member of their family. However, if they know how to embrace their dark side in a beneficial way, they have great potential to become inspiring public figures.

Pluto in the 5th House: The Royal Amphitheatre. Although these individuals can overindulge themselves in obsessive behaviors, they are very likely to get bored of their current interest and start searching for a new one. They usually get what they want, but not without encountering some obstacles on the way. They are passionate and intense, never scared to enter a new power game or something that can keep them entertained.

Pluto in the 6th House: The Hidden Sanctum. Despite the activities associated to this house, Pluto makes these natives to be generally repulsed by any kind of servitude acts towards others. They get involved in all kind of unconventional or obscure jobs. Therefore, they tend to keep their activities a secret and share them only if it’s completely necessary. 

Pluto in the 7th House: The Masquerade Ballroom. Seventh house Plutonian natives get easily suspicious or jealous regarding their relationships. They want to have their partnership under control, and when feeling threatened, they will do their best to prevent the attack. Good aspects will help them have a fulfilling and long lasting marriage or relationship with their loved ones.

Pluto in the 8th House: The Dormitory Arena. These individuals have a remarkable affinity for occult and energy manipulation. They emanate high sex drive, and are also very attractive in this regard. They obsessively desire intimacy, and are driven to manifest it through unusual and unorthodox ways. However, they seem to attract the same kind, and the outcome of this impact is paranoia or violent reactions (not necessarily physical).

Pluto in the 9th House: The Upstairs Catacombs. These native must be very careful when expressing their beliefs, so that they do not become religious fanatics, determined to impose their truths on others. This placement is an ego boost, and it gives the individual the required self-confidence to share their discoveries with the rest of the world.

Pluto in the 10th House: The Knife-Edged Throne. Severe, respected and intense, these individuals are usually weighty figures in their entourage, and have lots of expectations to live up to. They climb their way to the top by allying themselves with other influential people even from the day they were born. But one must be aware that all this power can easily turn someone into a corrupt individual. They shouldn’t forget those that helped them to rise and accomplish all they have.

Pluto in the 11th House: Strategy Room. This placement tends to offer their owners great partnership skills and mighty positions in their group. They attract powerful people that can help them reach their goals behind the scenes, just like they prefer things to be done. One bad effect is the possibility to abuse of their ability to manipulate the masses, and use it just for personal gain.

Pluto in the 12th House: The King’s Mind. Having Pluto’s secretive nature fused with the discretion and cryptic waves of the twelfth house makes one be very reluctant to show their real feelings and intentions. They have several fantasies since their childhood, which can influence them in a bad or good way. It’s nearly impossible to tell on which side they do stand, as just a few people know their true faith.

Was Spock the first human/Vulcan hybrid?

First contact between humans and Vulcans occurred in 2063. Spock was born in 2230. If you listen to some Star Trek fans, that means 167 years passed before both our species decided to bear some sex fruit. Let’s be real though, 167 years is a long time for two civilizations to interact with each other without at least someone from one group deciding to bone someone from the other group, particularly when you consider the populations of both civilizations numbers in the billions.

We might say, “Maybe interspecies sex was just too big of a taboo! Maybe it took that long for barriers to finally start coming down.” Yeah, maybe. Or maybe it’s like Hagrid once said of Dobby the house elf: “Yeh get weirdos in every breed.” Even if 9,999,999,999 humans thought the idea of having sex with an alien was weird or unnatural, there would always be at least one exceptionally progressive person who could see beyond everyone else’s prejudices and pre-conceived notions, and I’m certain the same is true for Vulcans. I would almost be willing to bet that at least one of the first Vulcans who rolled off the T’Plana-Hath on that April morning in 2063 in Bozeman, Montana saw one of the locals and thought, “That human is aesthetically pleasing.” And all it takes is a spark, right? Besides, who wouldn’t want to hear a Vulcan pickup line?

And all the panties fell off as if by magic.

Moreover, in 1957, 106 years before official First Contact between humans and Vulcans, a small Vulcan survey ship crash-landed near Carbon Creek, Pennsylvania. There were only three survivors, and of those three, one of them just couldn’t stop himself from falling for the single mom who ran the local bar. Granted, Maggie didn’t know Mestral was Vulcan, but he definitely knew she was human, and a trivial thing like species didn’t seem to matter to him.

Smitten personified.

But wait, just because a few amorous, adventurous, or convention-hating humans and Vulcans might be willing to stand up and proudly (or maybe more discreetly) proclaim, “Love is love, fuck the haters” and get naked with each other, that doesn’t mean they were making babies because after all, humans and Vulcans are genetically incompatible and it would take a feat of medical engineering to swap gametes, right?

Argue if you want, but human/Vulcan sexy time dates back to at least 2153.

People who believe Spock must have been the first hybrid usually stake this claim on one or more of four arguments:

1.     Humans and Vulcans didn’t shack up routinely enough
2.     The science of making a hybrid baby didn’t exist until Spock came along
3.     Gene Roddenberry said so
4.     Spock clearly felt isolated as a child, but he wouldn’t have if there were more hybrids like him

I’ve already poked enough holes in the first claim. Maybe there weren’t a ton of interspecies couples, but I feel confident in saying there were at least some and some is all we need. And once people decide they like each other enough to form relationships, it’s usually not long before at least some of them start thinking, “You know what would make this better? A smaller version of us!”

As for the science behind making a hybrid baby, it existed in the mid 22nd century. Spock wasn’t the first. That’s a fact. Elizabeth, the hybrid child of Charles “Trip” Tucker and T’Pol, existed in 2154.

Pointy ears and pinchable cheeks.  

Elizabeth sadly died as a result of the improper cloning techniques used to conceive her, so there are many who would take the statement of “Spock was the first human/Vulcan hybrid” and simply add the caveat of “to survive.” Perhaps. But in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode “Terra Prime,” Trip says:

I spoke with Phlox. It turns out there was a flaw in the technique that Paxton’s doctors used in the cloning process. Human DNA and Vulcan DNA, Phlox says there’s no medical reason why they can’t combine. So if a Vulcan and a human ever decided to have a child, it’s probably be ok. And that’s sort of comforting.

So a Denobulan doctor knew a way to make hybrids a full 75 years before Spock was conceived. Maybe the technology was untested and required some refining, but by even a modern a technological timeline, 75 years is an eternity.  

There’s an interview between Gene Roddenberry and Mark Lenard which claims Spock was the first, and so a lot of people might be happy to believe whatever Roddenberry said was the gospel. In the interview, Roddenberry is interviewing Mark Lenard as Ambassador Sarek, asking him questions about humanity and his life when the subject of Spock comes up.

Mark Lenard: Spock’s mother Amanda is an extraordinary woman.
Gene Roddenberry: And Spock was the result? The first human/Vulcan mixture?
Mark Lenard: No, not the first, but the first to survive. As you must know, an Earth/Vulcan conception will abort during the end of the first month; the fetus is unable to continue life once it begins to develop its primary organs. The fetus Spock was removed from Amanda’s body at this time: the first such experiment ever attempted. His tiny form resided in a test tube for the following two Earth months while our physicians performed delicate chemical engineering, introducing over a 100 subtle changes we hoped would sustain life. At the end of this time, the fetus was returned to Amanda’s womb. At the ninth Earth month, the tiny form was again removed from Amanda, prematurely by Vulcan standards, and spent the following four months of Vulcan term pregnancy in a specially designed incubator. The infant Spock proved surprisingly resilient. There seemed to be something about the Earth/Vulcan mixture which created in that tiny body the fierce determination to survive.

So for some fans, maybe that counts as proof. But Gene Roddenberry had a lot of conceptual ideas about his beloved Star Trek that conflict with actual canon and modern science. For a prime example, just look at the treatment of star dates. So maybe it’s me, but I don’t think something is canon just because Roddenberry said it in an interview once. Furthermore, if we take that interview as canon, how do we explain this scene from The Final Frontier where Spock is delivered from Amanda (not a “specially designed incubator”) and presented to Sarek?

Then Sarek went and uttered one of the most dick lines in Trek history.

Lastly, there’s the isolation that Spock feels. How can we explain how lonely he is if it’s not because he’s the only hybrid? Quite easily, actually. Every single person in existence has felt misunderstood and alone at times. As children, our worlds are very small and our social circles consist of our immediate families, school mates, and our parents’ associates. That’s pretty much it. When we aren’t exposed to people like us, it’s very easy to imagine Rocket Raccoon might have been onto something when he said, “Ain’t no thing like me, except me!”

But that’s very rarely literally true, as every kid who’s ever been the only minority at their school or any teen who’s ever been the only gay person in their tiny conservative town will tell you. As we get older and achieve the freedom to strike out and meet people on our own terms, we often learn we weren’t quite as unique as we thought and there are whole groups of people out there who are black or gay or disabled or whatever it was that left us feeling so alone in our formative years. I think that’s why Spock’s character resonated so much with viewers – he was a symbol for all the misfits out there who knew just how much it sucks trying to fit into the fabric of a society that seems so different than they are.

 Proof that regardless of species, kids can be fucking awful. 

Vulcan was a big planet. By the time Nero destroyed it in Star Trek: 2009, it had more than 6 billion inhabitants. Even if there were only 100 human/Vulcan hybrids by that point in time, the odds of an average Vulcan encountering one would still be incredibly small. It’s entirely possible Spock may have felt like he was the only hybrid because he might have been the only one in his community, but the universe is a big place with plenty of room for other human/Vulcan hybrids he and those vicious bullies never met. 

Spock was clearly pretty special. Even people who hate Star Trek and know almost nothing about it know who Spock was and recognize the Vulcan salute Leonard Nimoy made famous in his portrayal of the character. But just because Spock’s human ancestry made him unusual doesn’t necessarily mean his conception was some completely novel, groundbreaking, pioneering leap for interspecies relationships either. 

I can’t say I know many Vulcans, but I think I have a pretty firm grasp on humanity. Despite homosexual, interracial, and interfaith relationships being taboo and even illegal in many countries until relatively recently (and sadly still are in some places) there have always been people who decided they didn’t care and took a chance on love. So I don’t buy the idea that humans and Vulcans could live and work together even in a limited capacity for more than a century and a half before making the jump into starting families.

Persephone and Phosphenes

A phosphene is a ring or spot of light produced by pressure on the eyeball or direct stimulation of the visual system other than by light. While the symbolic meaning of the title is not immediately apparent at first the heavy V14 parallels in the current situation, there is a parallel in Kaneki who had pressure specifically applied to his eyes by Arima. 

What does this mean for Touka tough? Read under the cut below. 

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like this might be a social taboo but i love reading my own fanfics. i created them because they were exactly the story i wanted for my otps so damn right i’m going to enjoy them. don’t care if no one else does. i’m going to read my own fanfics until i die. i’ll kudos my own fanfics if i want. i’ll comment on every fucking chapter. i’ll make a rec list with just my own fanfics. i’ll print out my fanfics and distribute them to the elderly. i don’t care

Professor Winchester (Dean Winchester x Reader AU) Chap. 6

Professor Winchester Masterlist

Word Count: 3,201

Professor!Dean Winchester x Reader AU

Warnings: Student/teacher relationships, language, smut (oral, bent over the desk and fucked thing everyone has asked for, unprotected sex, slight professor kink), fluff, mentions of alcohol

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Originally posted by alldeanneedsissamandpie

Your eyes flutter open as you snuggle deeper into the blankets, the curtains of the room not doing much to hide the morning sunlight. You look around for a moment, forgetting where you are until the events of last night sink into your memory. Oh, right. You stayed overnight at Dean’s house.

You and Dean had a…eventful night, to say the least. You two had opted to cuddle while falling asleep after you had sex, thinking how cute and romantic it would be, but after a few minutes of laying bed, you realized that you both could probably use a shower. The both of you had things to do the next day and showing up smelling like sex was probably not the best idea. Dean had picked you up bridal style as took you over to his shower; long story short, the two of you barely made it into the bathroom before a round two (and three) came along.

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Not a problem!! I’m happy to help.

Maladaptive daydreaming disorder is a mental disorder where a person has the urge to daydream every day.

Important word there: *disorder*!!!

Meaning everyone daydreams, but not everyone has MaDD. Maladaptive daydreamers daydream to the point where it interferes with their lifestyles and relationships, hence the word “disorder”.

Ex: preferring to daydream in their head instead of going out, or interacting with people.

Some common traits of MaDD are:

•performing repetitive movements and/or stimming while daydreaming. Ex: pacing/walking in a circle, tossing small objects in the air over and over, swinging on a swing, rocking back and forth, bouncing up and down, humming or making noises, listening to a specific song, making “weird faces”, etc.

•daydreaming for hours at a time, loosing track of time when daydreaming, being late to things because they were too busy daydreaming

•would rather daydream than do something very important, use daydreaming as a coping mechanism to avoid dealing with real-life situations (i often catch myself going straight inside my head whenever I am even mildly inconvenienced…), procrastinating to daydream.

•you will see on many articles that MaDD is caused by (early life) trauma or abuse, this IS common, but is not always the case

•having (usually multiple) very very detailed worlds or universes in your heads that are constructed over months and years of daydreaming. (I’ve noticed the word “paracosm” gaining traction in the community to describe these.) Some of my oldest paracosms date to four to five years old! Others I abandon after just a month or two. It depends.

•gathering elements for your paracosms from already existing fictional universes or even real life (adopting real people or fictional characters to interact with them in your head, making your paracosm exist in the world of a movie or book franchise, etc.)

•while MDers do daydream for hours on end, they also will slip into daydreams without even realizing it for short periods of time. It happens very quickly, and usually I’ll daydream for a minute or two before “snapping out of it”.

•feeling very intense emotions from daydreaming, daydreaming to feel intense emotion that they feel they cannot get from “real life”.

•having very violent daydreams, daydreaming about “taboo” subjects, having intrusive daydreams that might be disturbing even to the person daydreaming about them.

For more information and symptoms, you can simply search “maladaptive daydreaming disorder” on google and read the Wikipedia, WebMD, and other articles on it. There’s lots of good info there and I’m sure I’ve missed a lot of symptoms.

After reading up on some more clinical descriptions of MaDD, maybe simply browse the “maladaptive daydreaming” or “actuallymadd” tag on tumblr. See if you relate to most of the posts on there.

(Note: people without MaDD will be able to relate to a few posts made by maladaptive daydreamers, because nearly everyone daydreams. But, like I said at the top of this post, everyone daydreams, but not everyone daydreams to the point where it negatively affects their life.)

If you’ve done extensive research and really feel like you have MaDD, there’s a nice little community right here on tumblr! We don’t bite, and I certainly don’t, so if you have any more questions I’d be glad to answer them, as would many other MDers on here!!

I hoped this helped to answer your question.

“The flower that blooms in adversity, is the most rare and beautiful of all.” - Ancient Chinese proverb from 1998.

Made in appreciation of @nicolaswildes fantastic AU. I do hope that Nick and Judy will find their happiness in that dystopic world of theirs. The city might make it taboo, but when they’re together, the world around them might just feel a little less grey.


Legal and/or Official: This is the name on legal documents. If there are no birth certificates, this name will be the equivalent of what you would put on legal documents. Not all people go by their legal or official name for several reasons. One reason could be that no one in a given culture goes by this name, but instead by a casual name. This name could be used for legal, religious, or political purposes. These names do not have to be given at birth.

Birth Name: The birth name is obviously the name given at birth, but it doesn’t have to be right after birth. It can be days, weeks, or even months after. The birth name can also be a temporary name until an official name is chosen. It depends on the culture you’ve created.

Given Name: The given name is the first name that people in Western society are referred to on a daily basis. For example, a person whose legal name is “Daniel” might go by “Dan”, or they might just go by “Daniel”. 

Nickname: The nickname is different from shortened versions of names. While a person may prefer a shortened version of their name for casual use, a nickname of “Daniel” would be “Danny Boy”. However, some nicknames are used regularly like the nicknames in Holes.

Religious or Spiritual Name: Some first names are chosen for religious purposes. This could be standard in the culture you’ve created or it could be a casual occurrence.

Symbolic Name

Appearance: Self-explanatory. However, these names might not appear until later in life.

Meaning: This refers to two things:

  • Author meaning: This is when you, the author, chooses a name, that exists in our world or that has roots from our world, because of its meaning.
  • Story meaning: This is when your character’s name is chosen because it has meaning in their fictional world.



Legal and/or Official: See above. 

Birth Name: See above.

Given Name: A person’s given name might actually be their middle name (see example 2 below).

Religious or Spiritual Name: Religious and spiritual names that are given or chosen are often done so for religious and spiritual purposes. For example, in some versions of Catholicism, children choose a saint’s name to be Confirmed under, thus making this name their Confirmation name. Some people make this part of their legal name while others do not. 

Symbolic Name: See above.

Meaning: See above.

Appearance: See above.



Ancestral: These are surnames that come from an ancestor of an individual. They can also come from a place.

Chosen: Chosen names are self explanatory, but they can also fall in the adopted category below.

Hereditary: Hereditary surnames are surnames that have been passed down through generations and that are used by the family. Any name can eventually become a hereditary name.

Clan: A clan name is a name that shows a person is a descendant of a certain person. This brings all these descendants together because they claim the same lineage, thus making them a clan. Clan names can exist alongside another surname. This varies by culture and not everyone will be associated with a clan. These are similar to ancestral names, but ancestral names are more personal and individualistic.

Occupation: Surnames can come from a person’s job. These names

Adopted: An adopted surname is just that. It is chosen by a person who adopts it from someone else. Reasons for adopting a surname from someone else vary.

Forced: Forced surnames are names that are forced on a person. This can be through adoption, kidnapping, slavery, immigration, cultural change, certain marriage practices, and a few other situations.

Appearance: See above.

Place Name: Some surnames are based on where a person is from (“George of X”).

None: Surnames do not exist everywhere.



Importance: Some names have significant importance to a culture. This importance can be political, religious, or just well known within a society. If certain names hold political importance (most likely surnames) and you are writing characters from well known families, make it known that their family name is important. For example, upon hearing your characters name, the behavior of others might change around them.

Taboo: Some names can be taboo or they can hold negative connotations based on historical context. For example, when people hear the name “Adolf”, they think of Hitler. If your characters have a name that is considered taboo in your world, that may affect your character. Names can be taboo for any reason. It might be taboo to be named after a deceased paternal family member or it might be taboo for a child to be given the same name as the current ruler.

Outlawed: Not all names are up for use. There could be a written law that certain names are not to be used or there could be an unwritten law that using certain names is disrespectful. For example, naming children after deities or important figures in your world’s culture could be considered illegal or at least deeply frowned upon.

Title: Like I said above, some titles can be considered names or at least part of a name. This probably won’t be part of a person’s legal name, but they might be addressed this way daily.

Syllables: Some names might be required to have a certain amount of syllables.

Epithets: Sometimes, if a child has the same name as the parent, something might be added to the name to differentiate between the two. 

Traditional: Some people might have a traditional name to honor heritage or culture and an official or legal name.



Many cultures have certain prefixes or suffixes that indicate if a name if feminine, masculine, neither, or both. Make a list of suffixes or prefixes that are associated with gender to help keep naming patterns in your fictional world. You can also have different versions of the same name this way.


Below I will give examples of a fictional naming systems.

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okay there seems to be a lot of versions of 2D floating around out there so here are 3 prominent ones bc I'm thinking about it

fandom 2D v1:
-precious cinnamon roll uwu
-can do no wrong
-fucking stupid
-drug baby
-innocent boy
-sweet pure
-lovable & lovely
-hot tall babe
-delusional !!HOW CUTE
-needs all the love, all the respect
-a bit sassy owo
-can do no wrong x2
-befriends spiders

fandom 2D v2:
-kink master 3000
-self centered as fuck
-tall dark handsome AMIRITE LADIES AND LADS
-snorts cocaine off the top of russels clean shaven head
-least innocent human
-still dumb as fuck
-did I mention gross
-hoes to satiate his hoe needs. is a hoe.

canon 2D:
-genuinely a good person
-substance abuse 101
-he’s a grown man y r u obsessed with the fact that he has sex, it’s not taboo
-depressed & NO COPING SKILLS
-he might not still, but he has during at least one part of his life absolutely hated murdoc to the point where he said himself that he would let murdoc rot if was trapped somewhere
-has an ego, deserves that ego
-abuse doesn’t make him a helpless baby, it just means he’s abused. sometimes he tries his best to appease, sometimes all fucks are thrown to the sea. it depends.
-he’s not as badass as he is apathetic and too detached to be affected.
-described as the pretty boy
-graffiti god
-actually pretty intelligent, especially philosophically.
-he genuinely cares about his bandmates
-he genuinely cares in general
-until, it seems, that he can’t at all
-his liver was stolen, his life was ruined, the girl he loved was stolen, and his jaw was broken is there any incredulity to his saltiness??
-why do y'all think he’s an aloof ass prick, there’s piles of proof that says otherwise calm down
-cool shirts

Unpop onion: All those “be nice/don’t ask about xyz at SDCC” posts, while they’re a nice sentiment and I’m sure they come from a good place, are utterly useless. Any honest person who cares about the fandom already knows what topics not to touch. Anyone who might go ahead and ask about the taboos is either a troll looking to purposefully stir up shit cause they think it’s funny to set the fandom on fire and thus won’t give a rat’s ass about any PSAs, or is someone who is completely disconnected from the fandom and doesn’t even know we’ve been tearing each other apart over this discourse for a year and just genuinely actually wants to know

Character Meme

@trembling-hands, @thepathofnevermore, and @dandylion240 Thank you. *hugs*

List 5 facts about your most favorite sim of yours and send this to 10 simblrs whose sims you adore ♡            

I have plenty of favorites, but I decided to pick Kazuma. He is the only character I focus on from birth to adulthood in the current series I am working on. That makes him quite special to me in comparison to other characters who enter into the stories I write during their teen, adult, and elderly years.

  1. Kazuma is named after the King of the Gods. While this might seem insignificant to some, among the Kari clan it is considered taboo. Only Hiko Kari would be bold enough to name his son after the heavenly deity himself.
  2. When Kazuma is little he is a loving and happy child. Loves mental games, getting dirty, and playing hide-and-go seek with his father. When he enters his school years things begin to go downhill for him and he takes on a much darker temperament. This drastic change is due to his protectiveness for his mother, Tationy.  People can be cruel when it comes to Aslann’s it-girl and this often leads to Kazuma defending his mother and going toe to toe with anyone that disrespects her no matter how big or how many.
  3. He loves both of his parents dearly, but he is closer to his grandfather, Tadayoshi. With his guidance, many of the temperament issues that hindered Kazuma in his younger years are tamed allowing him to embrace restraint.
  4. He loves cars, his mom’s homemade chicken pot pie, and girls because they smell nice and do not irritate him. He hates tuna fish, people that talk shit, and social media.
  5. As an adult, Kazuma becomes the Osoma of the Kari; a revered position among his clan that guides young Kari men and women through their rite of passage. The Osoma are considered the most knowledgeable of all things Kari including the God Kazuma’s words, traditions and values of the clan. They are the epitome of what it means to be Kari. Kazuma began his training at age sixteen, which was considered late in life by Kari standards for such a time-honored endeavor.

anonymous asked:

How about some relationship headcanons for Dabi? Where they just started dating :3

Sure thing! I have a bit of a hard time writing for Dabi because we’ve seen so little of his true colors, so I can’t wait for more of him!


  • He doesn’t waste any time in asking you out, that’s for sure. He’s the kind of man that knows what he wants, and if that’s you, he’s going to ask you out. He doesn’t take into consideration workplace relations or the fact that you’re a civilian and he’s a “villain”–in fact, if it’s a little taboo it might actually make dating you even that much more exciting. Asking you out on a date will probably not be very romantic either. 
  • Dabi isn’t completely irresponsible. Although he doesn’t give a fuck about what other think about the feelings between you, he does understand the danger about being with him. Not only is he a wanted criminal, but he stands out in the crowd like a sore thumb. So don’t expect much PDA from him except in very remote locations, and definitely don’t expect any fancy locales to serve as your date spots. In fact, I’m talking maybe going hiking in the middle of the night with a cooler full of beers or go break into abandoned buildings and just chill out for a bit, nothing too romantic but it will definitely be intimate and you’ll get to know him a little better by the end of it. 
  • He’s also a very private person. He won’t be talking about you much, and not at all at the beginning of your relationship. He may even get to the point of denying your existence. But then again, he does it because he is worried about your safety; it’s also a trait of his: you can’t date a secretive man and expect him to showcase you much. That being said, he can get easily jealous and possessive with you. I think it depends on how you handle those spurts of anger, possessiveness, and jealousy, they could get better… or they could get worse.
Before Sunrise - James Delaney

Request: this might seem out of character but could you write a taboo imagine of how james would be with his child, like how they’re daily lives would be thank youuuu

Before Sunrise - James Delaney

James sat on the carpet in front of the fireplace, cross legged with just his shirt on. He had been woken up by the sound of crying on your side of the bedroom, the baby, who was just coming up on seven months, was wide awake and fussing. James had taken the baby and carried her downstairs into the main room of the house, sitting her on the carpet and then taking a seat in front of her. 

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plagueamon  asked:

If Fe is based on social norms, does that mean, that in a society where social norms are completely different, someone with a high Fe would be very different as well (e.g. an archaic society)? If so, are there any characters, that fit this description?

This is very accurate. A great example is Game of Thrones. In this show we have three awesome female characters with Fe dominance from different backgrounds. 

Originally posted by gotladies

We have Cersei Lannister, an ESFJ. As a Lannister she grew up in a family and culture of what some would deem archaic or at least problematic social normatives. (I am not fond of the term archaic). Everything she does goes in line with the social norms she has been apart of, all the politics she was taught as a child by her father. This might seem odd since she commits a taboo of incest, but even this is by no means against the social norms of her family…

Originally posted by zelle-da

Ellaria Sand is the exact same type as Cersei. Hence, their similar streaks of revenge at one another. They actually completely understand one another as they both stick to their Fe. But their backgrounds and cultures (aka social norms) are different. We see this when they keep trying to call the other one out. One believes in free love (Ellaria) and the other more Victorian (Cersei in her expectations of public propriety but what happens behind closed doors is often darker because of such cultural sexual oppression in her culture). 

Originally posted by entertainmenttonight

Daenarys also has Fe dominance as an ENFJ. Her’s is harder to spot because of her exile and changing from one culture to the next. She also as Ni and not Si, so her allegiance to one societal norm is not as cemented as her ESFJ counterparts. Her Ni leads her to analyse the cracks in society more than her ESFJ Queens. However, like the ESFJ Queens she believes in a social order and a social decorum that all must follow, respect, and obey. It is still her same language. She looks to change what is corrupt and uphold her vision for society. To many they don’t see Fe because of this. They see her be different from other cultures and assume this is Fi independence from Fe language of societal norms. However, this Fe is the exact language she speaks. It is her drive! This is why she believes she is entitled to the Iron Throne, why she is able to play the game in other social norms and cultures (playing with social expectations), and why she can be so rigid and fierce like her fellow Fe dom Queens. It is her secondary Ni that analyzes Fe that trips people up into thinking she is Fi dom.

SU Theory: Intergem Fusion Is No Longer Taboo on Homeworld

I know I usually post comedic posts when regarding Steven Universe, but I have a fan theory that I feel should be shared. In “The Answer” we learned that Garnet might have been the first intergem fusion and it was very taboo. Ruby almost got shattered because of it. However, my theory is that intergem fusions aren’t taboo on Homeworld. Yes, fusion is probably still seen as only a combat tactic, but I think they might have relaxed when it came to the idea of two different gems fusing. Here’s some evidence to this theory.

1.  The Rubies Don’t Mention It:

Originally posted by bellsingur

In the episode “Hit the Diamond”, the Crystal Gems (poorly disguised as humans) challenge a group of Homeworld Rubies to a game of Baseball. The ruse is up when Sapphire fuses with Ruby. The Homeworld Rubies, while shocked, don’t seem shocked that two different gems fused. Now the Rubies were really dumb so it is arguable that maybe they were too dumb to be offended (though stupid people are more likely to be bigoted). The thing is the Rubies aren’t the only ones who don’t seem to mention the intergem fusion.

2.  Peridot Doesn’t Mention It:

During Peridot’s redemption arc, she has to learn how to deal with the gem culture on Earth being different on Homeworld. Of course, since the Crystal Gems know how the culture is on Homeworld and that it’s not Peridot’s fault that her beliefs are the way they are, they are extremely patient with her and try to teach her the ways of Earth through compassion and understanding. No, that’ of course not how it went, but that’s a rant for another time. One of the more awful moments involve Peridot being uncomfortable with Garnet being fused all the time and is punished for it. During her time, Peridot never mentions the fact that Garnet is two different gems fused together. Her problem seems to be that Garnet is fused all the time and that she is fused outside of battle. She finds it weird and she probably is uncomfortable with a battle method being used outside battle (which to her, is like someone carrying an assault rifle around a grocery store). I would think, that if intergem fusions were taboo that Peridot would mention it at least once.

3.  Jasper Doesn’t Mention It (well maybe she did once):

Jasper is another gem that never mentions that Garnet is two different gems fused together. Jasper does berate Garnet for being fused all the time, but it seems more like she’s condescending Garnet for using a “cheap tactic”. Jasper comes off like a proud warrior and she sees Garnet being fused as “cheating” of sorts. Now there is one time that is arguably Jasper insulting Garnet for being two gems fused together. That is when she first lands and calls Garnet a “shameless display”. That could be a reference to her being an intergem fusion, but it could easily be a reference for other things like her being fused right away. There is more evidence that Jasper gives for intergem fusions not being taboo anymore.

4.  Jasper Quickly Turns to the Idea of Fusing with Another Gem:

Now let’s look back to “the Answer”.  Ruby almost got executed for fusing with another gem. If that were still the case for Homeworld gems for the present day, would you think Jasper fuse with another gem without hesitation. Even if it’s not still penalty of death taboo, you think it being very taboo would make Jasper less likely to fuse with another gem. She seems like a very proud gem and it would probably not be the best idea for her to give Lapis Lazuli (a gem that has good reasons to hate her) something to hold over her head. Also…

5.  Jasper Knows How to Fuse with Another Gem:

Originally posted by stevenquartz

Jasper gives yet another piece of evidence to my theory. She knows how to fuse with Lapis Lazuli and she knows how to do it well. If Jasper only knew how to fuse with other Jaspers, then her style would probably clash with Lapis’ style. Remember in “Giant Woman” how Pearl and Amethyst couldn’t fuse because their styles clashed. Now some of you might be thinking “then how does Lapis know how to fuse with another gem”? Now this might be me overthinking this, but if you look at their fusion dance, Lapis is mostly dancing while Jasper is leading her on. It’s not out of the realm of possibility that Lapis was fusing like she would fuse with another Lapis, while Jasper knows just to let her dance and dip. It’s not illogical to think that on Homeworld, gems were taught how to dance with different types of partners.

6.  Intergem Fusions Make Tactical Sense:

Originally posted by sardonyxs

Now what’s been established is the Homeworld only views fusion as a combative technique, even in the modern time. If that were the case then Homeworld would be idiots to not embrace Intergem fusions. Look at all the powerful fusions we saw so far like Sugilite, Malachite, or Alexandrite. Homeworld would probably want monsters like those on their side. If a noble Sapphire gets attacked, all she has to do is fuse with one of her Ruby soldier and one of her Pearl servants and they can fend off the attacker as a powerful Sardonyx. It just makes perfect tactical sense.

7.  Intergem Fusions is Probably One of the Reasons the Crystal Gems Defeated Homeworld:

Originally posted by 32floz

Now this isn’t really evidence, but yet another theory to support my theory. We don’t know how the Crystal Gems defeated Homeworld, but there were probably many factors. One of the more likely factors is that the Crystal Gems were willing to use Intergem Fusions while Homeworld wasn’t. Think off all devastation the Crystal Gems did with their fusions against the boring regular fusions of Homeworld. If that were the case, then it wouldn’t be out of the realm of possibility to suggest that Homeworld would adopt the strategy. It would be logical.

8.  Homeworld Technology has Evolved Why Not the Culture Too:

It was established that Homeworld tech has improved over thousands of years in the episode “Message Received”, when Lapis says she doesn’t recognize the tech anymore. Of course the tech has improved over thousands of years, it makes sense, so why not the culture too?


So that’s my theory. It could be wrong, but I hope I made my case with the evidence I have. Do you Agree or disagree? What are your thoughts on matter?

anonymous asked:

Is it taboo or an unpopular opinion to think Louis might actually want to be closeted for the next however many years and hence why he hams it up on social media? I mean there's a purpose to it you know? I've tried my best to step outside this bubble and look at it differently for my own peace of mind. I guess what has me leaning more lately to him choosing this closeting is those childish Elounor tats. I just don't believe he'd go that far for a stunt unless he was all in this bearding set up

Plenty of people think this is what he’s doing. I totally disagree (and I think the tat is soooo minor and has so many other possible meanings that I don’t think that’s an argument for permanence). Someone trying to give themselves a longterm closet doesn’t constantly bring attention to it and make it as complicated and messy as possible. He gets one female partner who stays offscreen most of the time and that’s it. The goal is for people to NOT talk about his sexuality, not to do everything in his power to highlight all the inconsistencies.

Title: Secret Studying
Fandom: Harry Potter
Pairing: Fleurmione (Fleur x Hermione)
Words: 1859
Warnings: None Apply
Notes: Written for the “Free Space” square on my femtrope bingo card. I decided to go with Soulmate Marks.  Also available on my AO3.

Summary: Fleur knows that not every soulmate relationship goes smoothly, but she had hoped her soulmate would be as thrilled to meet her as she was to meet Hermione. 

Fleur felt for her fellow Beauxbatons students. Several of them had left their soulmates to come here, to Hogwarts, and with a Yule Ball, they would either have to go alone, or pretend to enjoy themselves with someone else. And after finding your soulmate, nothing else would do.

Or so Fleur was told.

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