it's consensual

anonymous asked:

Even disregarding the fact that you're not drawing any NSFW stuff with Yuri in it-- I was sure as hell having sex at 15 and could handle myself. I would understand the problem if Otabek was say, 25, but 15 and 19 just... isn't weird. Yuri is a mature 15 year-old, too; all of his friends are significantly older, so it would be no surprise to me if he was actually MORE comfortable dating someone a few years older, since that's more in line with his social group.

you now i’d like to hear what those ppl say to this lmao:

Originally posted by assistent-official

anonymous asked:

are there any kinks you ARENT into, or won't be comfortable writing?

Ummmm. Probably not? I mean, I have a couple squicks that I don’t really enjoy, but there’s not a lot of them. But I’m usually really open to considering new kinks (as long as they’re consensual). My dream is to do an ‘all-out introduction to bdsm’ fic. 

Should I do a ‘kink rate’ thing at some point? ❣️/💔


Rujm el-Hiri, Israel

Rujm el-Hiri is an ancient megalithic monument, consisting of concentric circles of stone with a tumulus at its center. It is located in the Israeli-occupied portion of the Golan Heights, some 9.9 miles (16 km) east of the coast of the Sea of Galilee, in the middle of a large plateau covered with hundreds of dolmen. Rujm el-Hiri means “stone heap of the wild cat” in Arabic. In Hebrew the structure is named Gilgal Refaim, which means the “wheel of Refaim.” The Refaim were an ancient race of giants, mentioned in the Bible. The word “refaim” in modern Hebrew also means “ghosts” or “spirits.”

Made up of more than 42,000 basalt rocks arranged in concentric circles, it has a mound 15 feet (4.6 m) tall at its center. Some circles are complete, others incomplete. The outermost wall is 520 feet (160 m) in diameter and 8 feet (2.4 m) high. The establishment of the site, and other nearby ancient settlements, is dated by archaeologists to the Early Bronze Age II period (3000–2700 BC).

Since excavations have yielded very few material remains, Israeli archeologists theorize that the site was not a defensive position or a residential quarter but most likely a ritual center, possibly linked to the cult of the dead. However, there is no consensus regarding its function, as no similar structure has been found in the Near East.

You’re kissing your lover. They pull away a bit and you ask why and they say it’s to breathe. You tell them to hold it, and you continue kissing them and you grab their hair. You can feel them shift a bit as they try to pull back again and you put your hand on their bladder and press it. Their voice raises an octave in shock as you go further against them roughly. 
“Hold it.” you order, and you continue to press their bladder. They use their strength to push you off of them, breathing heavy. 
You look down and see a patch starting to form. “I said to hold it.” 
They wince “I can’t… I-” You press their bladder again and they inwardly shriek as you go back to kissing them, their groans and relief muffled by your mouth as the sound of them wetting the fabric of their clothes fills your ears, made faster by your hand on their bladder. 

Imagine Loki chaining you to a wall, casually teasing you for hours as he seduces information from you the spy. Slipping his cock into you and driving you wild before stopping just as fast, demanding information. Kneeling down as you struggle at your bonds and he uses his tongue to pleasure you, eventually you break and tell him everything (then join his side)

ok, my very favorite thing from star trek TOS: 

so you know how in episode 1.01 “where no man has gone before” featuring OMNIPOTENT ESPER AND CATEGORICAL ASSHOLE LIEUTENANT GARY MITCHELL (an eternal problematic fave), kirk gets into a tussle with him in order to prevent the apocalypse, more or less

and mitchell, trying to threaten kirk, digs him a grave to throw him into, complete with a headstone reading JAMES R. KIRK

and this small mistake has been subject to a lot of amused discussion amongst trekkies. a lot of questions and conspiracy theories have arisen over the years, as to be expected from a fandom of its size. the main consensus being that, you know, clearly they hadn’t yet decided that kirk’s middle name was to be tiberius. someone on the writing team made a continuity error. no big deal.

BUT the thing i just can’t get over that never fails to make me laugh– the simple fact remains that mitchell dug a grave trying to intimidate kirk and put the wrong damn name down. it’s the squidward tortellini of stardate 1313.7.

  • 6 year old cousin: what does shipping people mean?
  • Me: shipping is the concept of a fictional couple; to "ship" a couple means to have an affinity/Liking for it in one way or another; a "shipper" or a "fangirl/boy" is somebody significantly involved with such an affinity/liking..
  • Cousin: who do you ship?
  • Me: I tend to torture myself by shipping couples that may never happen like Lena and Kara,always remember love is love as long as it's consensual and both parties are adults or kids..
  • Cousin: isn't supergirl dating that mean guy,you've always told me to never hit a girl or call her names,I'm 6 and I know that,he's older than me and I know more than him but she likes it and I don't understand
  • Me: you actually listen to me? And no you're right follow what I taught you and not the show,who would you rather see her with?
  • Cousin: I personally ship Kara with Kryptonite or myself over the jerk
  • Me: No DNA test needed we are related..
A Look into Amanda’s Vision, The Princess Advert and IDW Comic Canon: Mona Wilder revealed? (Theory Post)


“Mona Wilder” is the seventh Black Wing subject alias MOLOCH, trapped within the squeaky ‘stress toy’, and currently communicating through dreams and commercials.

She is “The Princess” in both the commercial seen in the main series, and possibly the insane ‘Princess’ child in the IDW Comic Series.

She is who persuaded Bart to get to (and possibly to kill) Dirk Gently.  


Amanda’s “vision” in S1 E3.

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help I have a genuine Gender Grammar Question and I’m trying not to sound like a Mega Pretentious Asshole but I gotta know

…does wlw stand for “women-loving women” or “women loving women”

cause I always thought it was “women-loving women” but now I’m seeing terms for nb people into women / men (respectively) as nblw / nblm, which at first really threw me for a loop, cause it seemed like it should be the other way around

so now I’m genuinely curious about this? is there a consensus? is there not a consensus? do I need a new hobby that doesn’t involve thinking so deeply about hyphenation?

either way works, grammatically (though I’ll admit I have a strong preference for “women-loving women” over “women loving women”). I just… honestly thought it was “women-loving” as an adjective this ENTIRE time, but the advent of nblw / nblm has given me questions