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OMG OMG OMG OMG That was so cute! I love all the characters. Yuri is so adorkable and Yurio is so shouty and Viktor is kind of Kakashi-ish. What a great dynamic. I also loved the side characters and that the other kids from the rink got married and had mischievous triplets. 

I was really worried that it’d be kinda sleazy because it was hard to tell the character ages, but now that I know that Yuri is 23 and Victor is 27 it makes me feel better. While I do ship Yuri and Viktor I have a feeling the end game might be Yuri and Yurio for the twist, but I ship it all which isn’t unusual for me. I’m sure in time I’ll OT3 them as per usual in such situations

But like what a relatable character Yuri is. I loved him instantly. 

Also the animation of the skating routines. I’m just amazed at how belivable the movements looked and you could tell that the artists had really studied how figure skating moves. I liked how they were also able to make Yuri and Viktor doing the same routine look similar yet different as any routine would look in such circumstances instead of just letting it flow too easily or look too samey

Rec: The Telling

Title: The Telling
Author: Eden Winters
Format: Novel
Published/Free: Published and Free
Length: 63,000 words
Status: Complete
Rating: Mature
Warnings: PTSD (Post traumatic stress disorder, not unusual in soldiers returning from war. Results in panic attacks, anxiety, nightmares etcetra)
Link: Read it for free
or Buy it here – all proceeds benefit the author’s local PFLAG chapter.
Summary: Time in Iraq cost Michael Ritter some of his hearing and a friend whose death he feels responsible for. He’d left Alabama hoping to escape a dull, small-town life, only to return four years later, lugging a duffle full of personal demons.

Cookesville, Alabama isn’t the most welcoming place on earth, particularly for a gay, Hispanic student wanting nothing more than to earn his degree and get back home to Texas. An image of a somber young man that he knows only by name and the stories told by an adoring sister comes to life when Michael returns home, just as Jay is already half-way to losing his heart.

Michael’s biggest battle lies ahead, and he’ll need all the help he can get to find his way in a world where he no longer fits in. Jay’s not sure where he fits either, but it could be next to the war-torn soldier who needs his strength.

Review: The characters are amazing in that it feels like you get to know them as persons. It’s a very well written story all in all, and I’m definitely reading it again in the near future. I’m too incoherent with the sheer joy I feel after reading this book, all I can do is babble about how good it is :) The only negative thing I have to say about it is that it ended :P I wanted it to go on and on and on… so yeah.

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[voluntarily flings self into the pits of Voltron hell]

I have accepted my fate.

[edit: made some minor adjustments to the anatomy - and now i must sleep for 16 hours *passes out*]

And when I’ve thought I’ve seen it all in this fandom....

They made a friggin TV Serie on Larry, and the fandom behind it.

Um um um…

At first I was kinda cringey - Like what if this series make the Larries seem more ridiculous to the public eye? Like you know, tapping into the stereotype of obsessive teenage girls with gay fetish lmao. Well I mean, we kinda are. But that’s not all we are. Not all of us are teenage girls (not anymore). We have grown to be adults, who are intelligent and rational… and yet we choose to stay in the fandom, because we are captivated by the hidden beauty that the public and mainstream media has chosen to ignore. And honestly, we don’t need the world to think we are crazier than what our image already is.

But on the other hand, this might forces the public to realize, that a fandom’s fascination with slash fics is not the minority. And I’m not only talking about 1D Larry. Slash fandoms are the biggest and most publicized fandom in the fanfiction world. (Drarry and other Harry slash fics in Harry Potter Verse, Stucky in Marvel MCU, etc.). Granted, most of us are hiding behind closets and pen names. But it would be amazing if people realize that this is a thriving and fascinating underground world to be in. 

And it’s not just about the smut. People need to realize that there are countless of fanfics out there that are amazingly written, and more gripping, more beautiful, and basically are even better than actual published books out there. Anyone who has been in the fanfic world knows this. And maybe it’s time for the world to realize this too.

Anyway, if Truth Slash Fiction TV serie is done tastefully, this might be a powerful way of letting the world to know more about Larry, and make them realize that yeah, I guess Larry might be true.

Meanwhile, lets just enjoy some Twitter meltdown hilarious goodness…

I mean. Henry and Tommy. Um. Can you get anymore obvious? Lmao.

But yeah, I suppose that’s kinda the point. 

The writers and producers are basing their promotions and success on the power of the fandom. 

And despite of my discomfort, at the end of the day I just hope the effort is genuine and full of well intentions.


#cat talking in nothing but water metaphors #wearing all blue #telling kara to dive in #via speech that sounds like a giant ‘embrace your sexuality’ allegory #… #listen i don’t make the rules