Girls love each other like animals. There is something ferocious and unself-conscious about it. We don’t guard ourselves like we do with boys. No one trains us to shield our hearts from each other. With girls, it’s total vulnerability from the beginning. Our skin is bare and soft. We love with claws and teeth and the blood is just proof of how much. It’s feral.
bc i am gay trash i couldn’t help but notice mila and sara in the background of the GPF banquet photos and i just
tfw u clutching at the gf during a horror movie but she’s too busy gleefully watching the bloodbath
sara pls she needs protection put down your phone
tldr; mila babicheva of the edgy undercut is a delicate cinnamon roll who should be protected at all costs. sara crispino of the flowing tresses is an actual knight who knows no fear. in other news, sara crispino is probably the big spoon.
Saying it now so as not to disappoint anyone, I only play as females in games, and so only do the romances to that gender. M/F and F/F. I’m not against M/M in anyway what-so-ever, but I just like writing about the romance characters I connect with more or have a personal attraction to myself. So without further interruption, here’s my first piece of writing on the ME A Romance characters for female Ryder (I refer to her as Sara btw)
They were moving the old dusty couch around Liam’s hide away near the Nomad station. All had been going well, but after Sara flopped down on the ancient sofa, a small dust cloud wafted up into her face, causing her to sneeze uncontrollably.
Liam watched as she squeaked out tiny, cute little sneezes, face contorting into an adorable mess, arms flailing around trying to dispel the dust around her.
“That was bloody cute.” Liam laughed, causing Sara to glare through her coughing and sneezing.
Liam wrapped and arm around her waist, still chuckling, resting his head atop hers.
Sara and Vetra were doing some work on the Nomad, clearing off some of the dust left on the axles from Eos, with the radiation gone and nothing to worry about, they simply got buckets of water and some cloths to sweep it away.
After dislodging a stubborn clump that broke apart and flew up into the air, Sara went into a fit of squeaks. Vetra watched in mild confusion and amusement as her little human was reduced to a helpless state. Once the sneezing had stopped Vetra threw her arms around the squishy human and lightly nuzzled her cheeks with her mandible.
“I don’t know what that was but that was ADORABLE.”
Sara was examining some sediment samples with Suvi when some dust samples got out of the pietry dish and made their way up Ryder’s nose. The adorable sneezes that ensued cause Suvi to giggle.
Once the sneezing had stopped Suvi smiled at Sara, caressing her face and without thinking she let slip a dreamlike “I love you.”, Sara quickly went into awkward mode, scrambling for words, causing Suvi to smile at Sara’s crimson cheeks.
They were sitting together in silence, Jaal liked to talk but Sara seemed content reading her fathers paper bound books, leaning her head against his arm, humming softly. Jaal would often close his eyes and just enjoy being near her. His eyes snapped open when Sara was suddenly almost doubled over, seemingly convulsing.
Looking at her face it was contorted in an what he could only describe as an uncomfortable expression, nose crinkled. before he could ask if she was alright, Sara let out, in Jaal’s opinion, to most adorable, unbelievable foreign and cute sound he had ever heard in his life. She continued to squeak until it subsided.
“Sorry some of there books are old and dusty. Severe allergies so I sometimes sneeze like craz-” Before she could finish Jaal’s mouth was on hers, his tongue diving into her already open mouth while his arms captured her in a steel embrace. Once he pulled away, she was breathless, panting slightly.
“I apologize, the noises were… pleasing to hear.” Jaal breathed.
Sara could only gape at him.
“What in the-! Me sneezing turns you on?”
Jaal held her tighter, and began nuzzling into her neck kissing the soft flesh there.
Airport Shutdowns Confirm - People Power will bring Trump down!
by Sara Flounders, Workers.org
Tonight was a vibrant display of People Power. I was among many thousands of protesters at JFK International Airport in New York City.
Trump’s executive order, a racist ban on Muslims traveling from 7 countries, who are targets of the U.S. military, unleashed a firestorm. News swept the country that passengers from targeted countries with Visas were stopped at U.S. customs and were not permitted to enter the United States. The speed of Trump’s proclamation was intended to demoralize and overwhelm the whole population. The opposite happened!
Every minute of tonight was an incredible, empowering experience! Even going out to the airport other passengers on the platform as we waited for the subway and then on the subway cheered us and shook our hands, took pictures, posed next to us and wished us success. Usually, you only get stony stares or fearful glances if you are on a subway with other protesters carrying signs to a demonstration.
When we switched from the subway to the AirTrain to get out to JFK airport police formed a line to try to stop us. Only people with airline tickets would be permitted through the turnstiles. Our chants of “When Muslim Lives Are Under Attack, What do we do? Stand Up! Fight Back” was picked up by hundreds of people who were stopped. They finally backed down as we all chanted non-stop “Shut It Down! Shut It Down!”
This is when we suddenly realized that we would not just be a few hundred people at the Airport. Many thousands were on their way and were refusing to be stopped. With chants, cheers and raw determination they just swept past the police.
The entire International Arrivals Terminal was overwhelmed by the demonstrators. They lined the railing of the parking garages and blocked the traffic on the roads.
Even while chanting, everyone was also on their phones – texting, tweeting, networking, connecting to friends to hurry out to the airport to challenge Trump’s anti-Muslim Travel Ban.
Information swept the crowds and jumped over social media. Airport workers waved and cheered. The taxi drivers, so many of them immigrants, had called a work stoppage on trips to the airport in solidarity with the actions and against the ban.
The protests went viral! Word came of protests at airports across the U.S. Each protest, each city, its own eruption.
Then Federal Judge Ann Donnelly at U.S. District Court in Brooklyn granted a stay or stop of deportations of all those detained on entry to the U.S. at airports nationwide. This was a legal action filed by the American Civil Liberties Union. Minutes later Federal Judge Leonie Brinkema in Alexandria VA issued a temporary restraining order to block for 7 days the removal of green-card holders detained at Dulles International Airport.
These rulings are a short legal pause propelled by sudden massive pressure from below.
Today was a giant step in a protracted struggle. The massive protests on January 20 and 21 gave new confidence.
But the lesson of today is that only the power of the people can force the courts to act. It is a valuable lesson. It is becoming increasingly clear to millions of people that voting won’t help them. The whole established order is frozen in crisis. Only massive people’s resistance can take on and take down Trump and his appointed nest of vipers.