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Sleepless Nights Pt 7(Newt x Reader)

Chapter 7

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a/n: I’m so sorry this took so long. PS. I feel like this chapter is crappy. Anyway, should I do another chapter? Or should I end it here? Pps new chapter =fluff and smut. Also props to this chick @thesniffler she’s awesome

Word count: 2400+
Warnings: mentioning of suicide, swearing

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You woke up with your hand still on his head, resting in messy curls. You took your free hand and rubbed eyes, yawning a little.


When the door creaked open, you flinched slightly, although you were careful to not wake up Newt. A head full of onyx locks peeked through, wincing at the sight of you and Newt. You felt a whirlwind of emotions at the sight of her; you didn’t know how to react.

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anonymous asked:

Imagine making out with Mycroft in bed and Sherlock suddenly stands in the door frame and you stare at one another for like 4 secs and then you're like "Oh my god." And Sherlock thinks you are a prostitute and Mycroft stand for you and is like: "She's my girlfriend and now get out or so help me!!!" Although you didn't want them to fight because of you, you admire that Mycroft vouched for you.

Just a little heads up this bit’s a ‘little’ more graphic so just as a precaution.

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anonymous asked:

Ok, I hope it'll not offend you because rape is one of the worst thing ever but what is the matter with this "Sansa's rape" ? From what I understood because I didn't read the books, it wasn't in them but did it really changes her plot ? And is it the only reason people are angry ? Because honestly, I didn't find these scene so graphic you know, by comparaison, the all "hunting a real woman on the forest" was worse for me, and unfortunately, wedding rape is quite commun on medieval times...

No it’s not an offensive question at all, but yes, it very dramatically changes Sansa’s story line and it was handled really, REALLY poorly. In terms of graphicness yeah, it’s not the worst GoT has done by a long shot, but in terms of pretty much everything else it really is the worst that they’ve ever done. And this is just off the top of my head: 

  • It presumes that female characters are completely interchangeable while the male characters aren’t. Sansa, one of the lead POV characters in the novels, is directly switched out for Jeyne Poole, a relatively minor character. Instead of adjusting both the Theon/Ramsay and Sansa story lines in order to fit all of the characters the Theon/Ramsay story line is almost exactly the same while Sansa’s story line is completely different.
  • It makes Sansa’s rape about Theon’s redemption. Sansa has avoided rape entirely throughout the series, even when she was in the presence of a similarly sadistic psychopath. Putting her in a nearly identical situation to her story line with Joffrey but allowing her to be raped this time makes no sense aside from the fact that it can be used to “motivate” Theon into a redemption arc, which is something that the writers clearly telegraphed at the end of the episode and essentially means that Sansa’s sexuality or lack thereof is only of value in terms of what it can do for a male character. 
  • It once again presumes that rape doesn’t have a major effect on a female character’s development, which is exceptionally insulting considering the Jaime x Cersei debacle in which D&D were called out on pretty much the exact same fuckery. 
  • It forces the audience to accept a lot of really illogical plot points in order to get Sansa in this situation. In order for this plot line to make sense we have to assume that 1. Littlefinger wouldn’t know about the Bolton’s exploits in the North, 2. that none of the characters who have expressly offered their help to Sansa would warn her of this/help her escape to one of the many sympathetic houses in the North that would take her, 3. that Ramsay is smarter and a better player than Sansa is which is canonically not true in both the books and the TV series, 4. that Sansa would ignore the numerous warning signs that things are about to potentially get really bad for her, most notably the horrific torture and mutilation of the man who is seemingly going to “benefit” from her rape the most, and 5. that Roose Bolton would allow the only person who could possibly legitimize their permanent overtaking of the North to be brutalized by Ramsay in a place where the Boltons are loathed and Sansa is beloved. And again, this is all off the top of my head, but these are just a few of the things the writers had to ignore in order for Sansa’s rape to happen, which would certainly make it seem like it’s a specific event they wanted to take place. 
  • It once again incorporates the rape of a main female character that wasn’t in the books and that serves no real purpose in the narrative that couldn’t be fulfilled by other events. And what makes Sansa’s rape particularly horrifying is that the purpose of her rape had already been fulfilled by other events in the narrative, so it really was completely superfluous. 
  • It completely fucks over Sansa’s development throughout the entire series for the sake of spicing up Theon and Ramsay’s story lines. Not only has the thrust of Sansa’s main story line throughout the books and the show been how she learns to play the game, but her rape takes the only safe and empowering place for Sansa and violates it completely and irreparably. 
  • It implies that even the dumbest male players in the game are more valuable and powerful than the smartest and most powerful women.
  • It turns the entire purpose of book!Sansa’s character upside down for the sake of once again demonstrating that Ramsay is a fuck and Theon is weak. Book!Sansa is really the only example we have of a woman succeeding at playing the game without being sexually manipulative, sexually exploited, or adhering to more masculine ideals, so having her raped by someone as useless and idiotic as Ramsay is basically a complete insult to everything her character represents.
  • It glorifies rape as some kind of uniquely powerful motivator. I have no doubt that this story line will end with Sansa and Theon teaming up to take on the Boltons in some way, but they already had every motivation to do so before Sansa was raped. The Boltons orchestrated the murder of Sansa’s mother and brother. Ramsay has castrated Theon, flayed him alive, and subjected him to the most horrifying torture imaginable. But what is the breaking point for Sansa here? Being raped by Ramsay. And what is the breaking point for Theon? Simply having to watch Sansa be raped by Ramsay. I certainly won’t deny that that’s horrifying, but I have a hard time grasping why that would be more difficult than literally having your penis and testicles cut off. 

These are just some of the reasons why this change is probably the worst change that D&D have made from the books to the screen, but for me what’s most worrisome is the thought that they don’t even understand that this does change the narrative of the show so dramatically. Aside from all of these problems I think the biggest one is that it most likely will not have a dramatic effect on Sansa’s characterization going forward. It’s just going to be another torment on the pile of torments she’s been forced to endure throughout her story, and if anything the only major effect it will have will be to fast-forward Theon’s journey from Reek back to Theon Greyjoy (in fact that seems to be the sole purpose of the change to me, for the brutality to happen to someone that Theon cares about much more than Jeyne Poole and that will therefore snap him out of Reek at a pace more convenient for the writers). Really, the entire thing is beyond a hot mess and fans and critics are completely in the right to be calling them out on it.

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Description: Dan is an omega; he was born into suffrage with an omega mother and beta sister too young for work. Dan’s family often found themselves with pennies and dollars to get by on.That, of course, is until Dan makes the decision to sell himself to an Alpha sex ring.Things won’t be too bad with his new owner Phil, right?

Tags: Phone Sex; DraMa AF; Riding; Blowjobs; Secret-y Secrets Spilled; Facial

AN: Hello hello! (intentional fnaf reference) nothing really to put here. School ends soon and I am v v excited for it to end so I can focus on the things I actually like! I’ve got a poem one-shot planned because I am a nerd w/o a life.

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I did this thing where I tried recreated the screentone used in the trim of Kija‘s clothes. Just for fun. It isn’t exactly the same, but It turned out nicely in the end. I wanted to share because I finally got everything aligned so that it would tessellate properly. So have fun with it!

The two versions are slightly different. The colored images are examples of how the pattern looks when repeated.