saying it is innocent curiosity

anonymous asked:

JIKOOK PROMPT WHERE ALL OF THE BTS MEMBERS ARE JUST CHILLIN AND WATCHING A MOVIE AND STUFF AND JIKOOK ARE CUDDLING UNDER A BLANKET AND JUNGKOOK STARTS TO GET HANDSY AND BITEY IF YOU CATCH MY DRIFT AND THEY EVENTUALLY HAVE TO DEUCE IT TO THE BEDROOM BC AYE DUTY CALLS AND THE OTHER MEMBERS JUST KINDA AWKWARDLY UP THE VOLUME AND BLOCK IT ALL OUT

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pairing: jungkook/jimin
word count: 1730
genre: canon compliant, established relationship
summary: jungkook and jimin love movie nights. the other members… not so much.
notes: i haven’t posted anything in a while, i’m sorry. please enjoy this short thing in the meantime. warning for non-consensual voyeurism and implied sexual content.

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13. A kiss we had to wait for + miyusawa

At the age of seven, Kazuya thinks storybooks are a lie. 

His classmates play in the sandbox almost every evening, small, grubby hands attempting to pat out a round, level base of a sandy sculpture. Kazuya doesn’t join them; he sits in the corner, opens a book and reads about a girl who looks out of the window and sees fascinating life stories, reads about a girl who makes friends who would’ve been misfits elsewhere, reads about a girl and happy children having lessons in train cabins. 

Parents start streaming in one by one when the sky is tinged with dark orange, and they are greeted with carefree laughter and bright twinkling eyes as the children run to them with enthusiastic squeals. Kazuya spares them a disinterested glance and lowers his eyes back to his book again. 

“Why is your mum not here, Miyuki-kun?” A girl from his class asks one day.

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Soooo… Curiosity killed the cat. Literally!
Emmett the beloved feline companion of Proctor Quinlan was the victim of my curiosity today. I always wondered what would happen if i shot Emmett. Let’s say if you do it loudly and without power armor… Don’t expect to live long. Apparently Emmett is more than just a feline aboard the Prydwen. For every brotherhood soldier will turn on you if you kill him without stealth.

I did it stealthily once and Paladin Danse was horrified. Calling me a monster. Saying I murdered an innocent. Damn, Danse. Crazy cat lady much?

Outta curiosity imma see what happens if I do this crime and live. ;P @prydwencats must love me right now ((I’m so sorry lmao I love cats too shhh don’t hate me pls))

Morale of the story: don’t kill a Brotherhood cat.
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Update: NOW IM RUNNING FOR MY LIFE AS TERMINATOR DANSE CHASES ME DOWN TRYING TO MURDER ME AT THE BOSTON AIRPORT!!!!! THE OTHER SOLDIERS AND KNIGHTS DONT CARE ANYMORE BUT APOARENTLY DANSE IS STILL HOLDING A GRUDGE FUCK ME

anonymous asked:

Okay but like, what makes someone a man/woman? Is is purely their word or is there some core ideal/understanding that must be met in order to safely align with one side, and if it isn't met you're most likely nonbinary? I realize that a man can be a bit feminine and a woman can be a bit masculine but what if a man is exclusively feminine (next to no masculinity)? Does that make him less of a man/decrease his potential validity as a trans man?

Eden Says:

The concept of what makes a man a man and a woman a woman is one that we cannot really approach. It’s different for… pretty much anyone you ask. 

And that really goes for cis people too. I mean, if you walk up to a cis guy and asked “what makes you a man,” they wouldn’t be likely to know how to respond beyond the AGAB argument. 

Furthermore, no, being “feminine” or “masculine” does not decrease a man or woman’s claim to their own gender, whether or not they are trans. If you see a lady with a beard, 6′2,” professional MMA fighter or something like that, really gruff and “manly,” they’re still a woman, and that doesn’t CHANGE when we’re talking about a trans woman. 

The same is true for trans men, you can have the slightest, politest, most gently spoken, dress-loving, pink wearing, etc etc traditionally feminine man, and whether or not they are trans, they’re still a man. 

These bounds of “this is a masculine thing and this is a feminine thing” are a nonsense cage on identity that society as a whole attempts to enforce for no good reason. 

So basically speaking, no. You can be the most masculine woman or the most feminine man, and if you say you ARE that woman or that man, you are. And that is not the place of ANYONE else to judge, ever. 

What decides if you are “valid” in your masculinity or your femininity? You. That is your place. Nobody else can tell you who you are.