ships: steve and peggy

you know that ship, that one ship, that if you even hear the name you feel all warm and fuzzy inside, this one ship brings you so much joy as well as pain and you god damn love it, yeah that ship

I love sharon carter’s character but I can’t stand the grossly forced romance with her and Steve. Peggy’s funeral was so emotional for me, but once I realized they were setting up Steve and Sharon, it totally ruined the emotional effect. Peggy was an important person to the both of them. Steve loved her and Sharon was her niece and looked up to her, and what I would have like to see instead was a more familial relationship between Sharon and Steve.

Does anyone else think that the reason why Sharon Carter helped Steve with his situation with Bucky is not only because she likes him or anything but because Peggy has told her about how Bucky was like before they lost him in the war and what everyone is saying about him doesn’t sound anything like the heroic man auntie Peggy told her about?

aggressively queer steve rogers (the remix)

steve rogers coming home bloody and bruised from school and asking his mother what ‘queer’ and ‘fairy’ mean. sarah carefully explaining as she bandages up her child and watching as his lips twist and fists clench in anger. 

steve telling bucky, twelve years old and already so certain of who he is, skinned knees and bloody mouth and bracing for a punch that doesn’t come. instead bucky grins down at him and slings his arm around his bony shoulders and teases “always gotta make everything more difficult for yourself, don’t you rogers?”

sarah rogers taking steve to protests and rallies, to lunch at Ms. Kitty’s in Harlem, to meetings for communists and atheists and anti-war activists. sarah snapping at the women down at the shops who whisper about “that rogers boy”. sarah stops going to lunch with the ladies from church because steve didn’t inherit his anger from his father and sarah rogers does not forgive and she does not forget. 

the priest gave up on the rogers family long ago.

steve rogers meeting a tall black woman named iisa and falling head-over-heels in love for the first time in his life with her loud laughter and wicked smile. she teases him with whispered words exchanged between bodies pressed tight and when she’s beaten to death outside a dance hall for who she is and who people think she should be steve knows that no one will ever be held responsible. he sobs his pain and anger into bucky’s chest and finds he is capable of hatred. 

steve watching peggy carter knock down a recruit, talk back to and take abuse from her superiors in turn, ignore the hissed words of american soldiers who haven’t seen half the death she has. steve telling peggy that he ain’t fussed about the gender of his bed partners with chin jutting out and even big he still holds himself like he’s about to be knocked down. peggy grins and laughs and pulls him down into a kiss and for the second time in his life steve rogers falls in love. 

steve rogers waking up in the 21st century and discovering that everything he was has been washed away by time, all that remains of steve rogers an empty grave and his face plastered to a persona that is not his own. all those history books and they only tell the story of captain america. 

SHIELD is lax in the face of the man they think they know until the first press conference after the battle of new york when steve has to be escorted off the stage after cussing out a reporter for five minutes straight. steve starting fights and getting slammed to the ground by the police and spending days in jail and natasha grins as she bails him out again and again. steve shocking the world by refusing to curtail himself to their expectations because steve rogers is fire and rage and even 70 years in ice couldn’t temper who. he. is.  

steve seeing a man jogging around the park in DC and feeling a hot flash of want that he hasn’t felt since peggy. steve rogers saying “on your left” as he flies past him, grinning when the man calls back at him. 

aggressively queer steve rogers.

Stucky is cute, staron is cute, clintasha is cute, romanogers is cute, samsteve is cute, sambucky is cute, scarletwidow is cute, Sam x Nat is cute, natsharon is cute, steggy is cute, scarletamerica is cute, winterwitch is cute, brucenat is cute, pepperony is cute, scarletvision is cute, Tony x Rhodey is cute, t'chucky is cute, they’re all cute!

What’s not cute is leaving hate in the tags or spreading negativity about a particular ship for no valid reason, so let’s all just please try to not bring others down, and spread some more positivity and love in the fandom (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

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A bad not so bad day in the Barnes-Carter-Rogers household

AU where Peggy is young in the present (whether it be due to timetravel, some serum variant, cryo, etc) and she, Steve, and Bucky live together with all their same issues and traumas while raising their daughter, Sarah.

 Oh god please read this right to left. I’m accustomed to manga so it will be slightly confusing if you try the Western direction. Sorry for the long post. First time drawing a baby and I’ve never really been around babies. I’m not sure if Sarah physically looks 18ish months old when babies start talking words, but whatever she’s probably a genius anyway she’d start way earlier.

And somewhere ten thousand miles away in the mountains Steve curled up in the snow and crying because his baby’s first word is Bucky and Nat is shooting the MoD in the background shouting ‘Steve I swear to god’

Hello, Cartson Shippers! IMAGINE...

Agent Jack Thompson in the snarkiest tone you’ve ever heard him use, with the most sardonic smirk you’ve ever seen on his lips, saying—

“Anybody can put a costume and a mask, and be Captain America.”

And then in an impossible even more cruel tone, he adds—

“Hell, even someone like me can be Captain America.”

Then, finally, in a somber tone, with a defeated smile gracing his lips, and a self-deprecating glint in his eyes, Jack Thompson concludes—

“But the thing is, Peggy, no one can ever be Steve Rogers.”

And he closes his eyes, and in an even quieter voice he says—

“What is the liar, Jack Thompson, compared to a hero like Steve Rogers?”

And impossibly quieter, in a tone he doesn’t expect Peggy to hear, with his eyes still close—

“Who am I compared to him?”

Then, imagine, Peggy Carter reaching out, hand gently touching Jack’s cheeks—

“I suppose, Agent Jack Thompson, is just an ordinary man compared to someone as noble as Steve Rogers.”

Jack leans into Peggy’s hand, reveling in the softness of her touch despite knowing what her hands are capable of.

Then, softly, with a gentle kiss upon his brow that makes Jack’s eyes open wide with shock, with a forgiving smile on Peggy’s lips, and the kindest look shining in her eyes, she says—

“But he is the man I’m beginning to love.”

2 of ∞ steggy (au) headcanons

“It might seem selfish of me to put our lifes in risk like this. But I’m on your side. I’m with you until the end of the line. I’ll protect you, I’ll be with you. All I want is to be with you.”
Peggy Carter is a mobster underboss and Steve Rogers is a FBI special agent. They meet in unexpected circumstances and bound quickly. Once she learns he’s FBI and people learn they’re together, their life turns upside down and both are put into serious danger. {insp}

OT3 playing tourist in the city.

How excited do you think that person was when Steve Rogers, Peggy Carter, and Bucky Barnes came up from nowhere, asking them to take their picture for them?

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I’ve had such a bad week year day so I wanted to draw what makes me truly happy: my OT3. <3 <3 <3