I could give you all a hundred reasons why Oliver cannot be in a relationship with Connor right now, but I am tired. Go read Conrad Ricamora’s interviews. (x)

I wonder if anyone’s done this idea yet. Instead of Blackwatch Reyes finding Jesse, it’s Reaper. Reaper who sees this kid from a failing gang, almost all of which has been put away during Overwatch’s heydays(So yeah changing the timeline so Jesse is only 17 when Recall happens), and Reaper see’s how this kid can handle a gun. Can shoot with almost the best of them with some practice. And so one day he corner’s the little punk, makes him an offer he can’t refuse.

“You and I both know Deadlock won’t survive much longer. Overwatch took them from you, just like they took something from me. Why don’t you join me? Then we’ll really show them what hell looks like.”

And this kid looks at this man who calls himself The Reaper, who’s claws have outstretched towards him in a handshake, and he grins. And he takes that hand and gives it a firm shake.

“I like the sound of that.”

Please pray for me, it’s so hard for me to talk about but you know what? I don’t want to keep secrets like this. I’m always struggling with lust. I have been since I was about ten years old and it’s really hurt my relationship with God.

He’s been making me stronger but it’s still a constant daily struggle.

anonymous asked:

Hi! I've noticed how you mentioned in your adulthood au that Oikawa is a virgin. I love that idea A LOT (no you don't understand, I mean A WHOLE F*CKING LOT) and I was curious if you had some backstory to it? If there's none or if you'd like to keep it a secret I won't mind! Always thanks for your hard work and beautiful drawings, stay amazing Gin :D!

Hello!!! This question was really surprising thank you for your input and interest!!!!!! o(≧∇≦o) 

In the adulthood au Oikawa’s asexual and aromantic! He’s a little out of his mind as well, quite the Tyler Durden to me. (This concept started here like this and developed into every Oikawa I draw… oh well (_ ._.)_) He seeks comfort in the -somewhat- violent intimacy of lying down naked with Hajime, with barely any contact at all. This is just me, me, with my scars, my marks, my story. (Gina Pane said the wound is the memory of the body). I believe for Oikawa, who’s so deep in his mind he’s barely participating in reality, exposing himself like this might be the deepest display of trust towards someone. (As a very introverted person myself there isn’t anything that violents me more than having to undress in front of someone, revealing scars, and marks, and tattoos and just how much my body is talking about eating or exercise habits, among others way less healthy). From Haikyuu Oikawa’s got a very demanding personality, demanding personality might build up a barricade against self-insecurities? Instead of hitting deep bottom and staying there with how much you weren’t enough, you mask it with anger, outrage, determination, and stand up again to work yourself to the bone. You’ll work hard enough to get there. It also implies you’re deeply un-accepting of yourself. I believe our bodies are the expression of our mind. So… Oikawa’s exposing himself raw in the only way he’s sure he can convey how he feels towards Hajime as much as Hajime can’t really bring himself to comprehend how Tooru’s twisted mind works. 

Move on, leave, run away, escape this place… but don’t forget about me, about us, about this town. Always remember where you come from so you can appreciate how far you’ve come.
—  c.j.n.
You claim to love her, inside and out, but the only time you call her beautiful is when it’s 3 in the morning and I’ve already turned you down.
—  girls tell each other everything, c.j.n.

Annie on my mind- Nancy Garden

Keeping you a secret- Julie Anne Peters

Leaving L.A.- Kate Christie

Me and you and daisies- Lily R. Mason

The world unseen- Shamim Sarif 

Wildthorn- Jane England

Tipping the velvet- Sarah Waters

Dare truth or promise- Paula Boock

And Playing the role of herself- K.E. Lane

Hunter’s Way- Gerri Hill

Ash- Malinda Lo

The price of salt- Patricia Highsmith

Patience & Sarah- Isabel Miller

The Gravity between us- Kristen Zimmer

Her name in the sky- Kelly Quindlen 

Taking the long way- Lily R. Mason

Fingersmith- Sarah Waters