Boy caught in cycle of demonizing women and putting them on a pedestal. He is unable to keep meaningful relationships because of his inability to separate fantasy from reality and suffers for it.
Girl realizing she lives in a world where sex and romanticizing everything is seen is ideal. She thinks she's okay with that and okay with being objectified because she holds some power in her own sexuality and attractiveness, but ultimately breaks under the fear of constantly and truly being alone.
Voltron: Legendary Defender
Star vs . The forces of Evil
Game Of Thrones/Asoiaf
PJO/HoO or anything in the Riordan verse
Little Witch Academia
Yuuri n ice
Marvel or DC
Castiel sat in the kitchen at the Bunker and stared at the wall.
It was the middle of the night.
He could hear spiders at the threshold, the low tone of the Bunker’s demon warding, the cycling of the refrigerator as it cooled beer (and, for some reason, a tonne of pickle jars Sam had recently purchased). He could sense the cold rain of a storm yet four miles off, and the flutter of Dean’s pulse at his throat as he lay sleeping.
Cas tried, as so often, to turn his thoughts away from contemplation of that particular somnolent soul, breathing in its case of bone. He did not want to be intrusive.
He tuned in and out of the chatter on angel radio. News of Ishim’s crime was causing shock-waves in Heaven. Here and there, he heard his own name uttered in the same breath, and he flushed across all four of his seraphic faces.
“there are wolves, they would say. and there are stories about wolves and girls. girls in red. all alone in the woods. about to get eaten up. wolves and girls. both have sharp teeth.”
anonymous asked for girls in ya lit
from top to bottom, left to right: the winner’s curse by marie rutkoski, fearsome dreamer by laure eve, the demon’s lexicon by sarah rees brennan, the archived by victoria schwab, saving francesca by melina marchetta, the raven boys by maggie stiefvater, legend by marie lu, graceling by kristin cashore