a/n: been stuck in a lot of ruts lately but, here, have a sneak peek of some eremika sexy times. i still have the list of prompts everyone sent to my old blog saved and will continue to crank them out as i finish.
She clings to him tightly, arms and legs hitched around every inch of his body. There’s no way she’s letting him go any time soon, he realizes this quickly. He had done something stupid. Recklessly stupid. The kind of stupid that gets yourself killed.
But now that he’s thinking about it, as his fingers bury themselves in her hair and the other hand holds her flush against him, face making its home in the juncture between her neck and shoulder blade, he might have not made such a bad choice.
“Mikasa,” he breathes with a smile.
“Eren,” she sighs back in relief.
The misting rain kisses their bruised skin, soothing to the touch. Then it pours, leaving them drenched. Cold.
“I thought,” Mikasa cups the back of his head, “I thought -”
“I know.” Turns his face to kiss her cheek. “I’m here.”
Mikasa tilts her head back to unite their lips, and he is warm again.
This s/l keeps finding newer ways to offend me. It’s like Robert’s bisexuality will never truly be accepted.
He was shamed and abused by his father for being attracted to men. If Aaron and Robert don’t deal with Aaron’s biphobia, he is going to be made to feel uncomfortable about the part of him that is attracted to women.
Robert is allowed to be attracted to both genders, and he shouldn’t ever have to feel ashamed of either part of himself.
It’s pride month and what better way than to celebrate by doing my own version of the 30 day otp challenge but with klance? I’m really pumped for this and I can’t wait to get more positive klance content out there !(•̀ᴗ•́)و ̑̑
i was talking to some friends about wonder woman today and one of them said how she didn’t like steve, bc wonder woman didn’t need a man, it was supposed to be an empowering film about women and not men
and here’s the thing, we live in a patriarchal society, yet we’re told by women and feminists everywhere that a woman doesn’t need a man, and that’s is entirely true. women don’t need men! but loving a man doesn’t make a woman weak! it doesn’t make wonder woman any less empowering for loving steve! the problem is that female characters are so often lost in the ‘love interest’ trope that they aren’t empowering characters, and are hardly characters at all outside the relationship. but wonder woman, and many more films and tv shows today, aren’t like that anymore! so let’s stop aligning powerful women as not having a man, and non-powerful women as having a man!
a woman loving a man doesn’t make her any less powerful and independant, and we need to stop portraying and seeing it in that light