life uninhibited

Do Me a Favor (Final Part)

Summary:  AU! Bucky Barnes and you are neighbors and close friends. As a huge favor, Bucky asks you to pretend to be his girlfriend for a relative’s wedding and you agree.

Word Count: 1,967

Warnings: None.

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A/N: And we have arrived to the end, guys! I hope you like it and thank you for every like, reblog, comment, message. It was so fun writing this for you all. 


Originally posted by fostergasm-ftw


Bucky Barnes was a fairly reasonable man. Fairly. He kept his emotions at bay and often completely ignored them, thinking it better to adopt a cool façade, untouchable and therefore, emotionless. It was much more convenient that way. He didn’t get too involved and he wouldn’t have to deal with feelings later. Feelings were messy, feelings got him in trouble. Feelings… Well, feelings were what made him see red now.

He had never felt such rage in his life. Just pure, uninhibited, unadulterated anger. It made his clenched fists shake, his jaw clench and teeth grit, making that godawful noise he usually despised. It made his chest tighten and shortened the span of his breaths, it made his pupils dilate

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Uninhibited - Chapter 3 - SharkGirl - Yuri!!! on Ice (Anime) [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

Yuri is in for a surprise.
Chapter 3 is up!

Chapters: 3/5
Fandom: Yuri!!! on Ice (Anime)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Otabek Altin/Yuri Plisetsky, Otabek Altin & His Mischievous Friends, Jean-Jacques Leroy & Yuri Plisetsky
Characters: Otabek Altin, Yuri Plisetsky, Jean-Jacques Leroy, Victor Nikiforov, Katsuki Yuuri, Mila Babicheva, Other Skaters (mentioned), Serik (OC), Marina (OC), Evgeny (OC), Moldir the Magnificent (OC)
Additional Tags: Friends to Lovers, Mutual Pining, Hypnotism, hypnotherapy, Releasing Inhibitions, Sweet, Cute, Fluff, with a little bit of spice, Misunderstandings, Light Angst, Angst with a Happy Ending, Regret, Victuuri (side pairing), MilaSara (mentioned), JJIsa (mentioned), Aged-Up Character(s), Canon Compliant

Summary:

“A hypnotist?” Otabek quirked a brow, not the least bit impressed with his friend’s antics.

“A hypnotherapist,” Serik was quick to correct him. “Don’t you see?” he asked and the other three just stared at him, waiting for an explanation. “This is exactly what Beka needs.” He slapped a hand against the sign. “Some relaxation.”

Release the toxic and infectious-
Spreaders of misery,
Souls destroying souls-
And poisonous liars.

Awaken from the hallucinations-
And take back your heart.
Reclaim your self-esteem-
And leave the toxic be.
—  Giorge Leedy, “Miserable”, Uninhibited From Lust To Love

We don’t, on the whole, tend to envy other people’s appetite for food, but other people’s appetite for sex - especially in a society in which sex represents health, vitality and youth - gets to us.

Nothing makes people more excessive than talking about excess. People are even more excessive when they talk about sexual excesses. The person who haunts us is the person who is having more pleasure than us. Our tantalizing double.

We have a set of equations that we have been educated to live by: a good sexual appetite equals aliveness, but because sex can be excessively pleasurable and excessively frustrating we fear it, so sex also equals inhibition (we never feel quite as free sexually as we could be); but a good sexual appetite also brings with it the possibility of promiscuity, of infidelity and betrayal, and all the suffering involved, so sex also equals havoc and torment.

So a freer sexuality equals a fuller, more uninhibited life, but by the same token, a life in which more harm is done. The excesses of our sexuality, as everyone knows, bring with them an excess of what we have learned to call problems. It is, as we say, all too much.

We can affect a breeziness about sexuality - a sex-is-fun blitheness - but we take these positions only because we know how much is at stake. ‘There is no sex without love or its refusal,’ the writer Paul Goodman once said. When we speak of what we think of as excessive sexualities we either become earnestly moralistic or overly casual.

It is indeed worth noting that excesses - and excessive sexual behaviours are a good example of this - tend to polarize people, to narrow people’s minds. As if we don’t quite have the equipment, the vocabulary, for dealing with our own excesses; as though language itself is not suited to excess, is not made for it.

Our attitudes to these extremes of sexuality tend towards the moralistically permissive, or the moralistically prohibitive - both equally dogmatic positions. Perhaps we have to find a way of resisting being excessive when we talk about excess; or of being excessive in more intriguing ways. And sex might be a good place to start.

—  Adam Phillips, ‘Sex Mad’ in ‘On Balance’