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Forbidden

Summary: An unexpected hunt leads you to staying in a cabin. A run down one at that. One percent plot, well no plot. Mainly just smut, pure smut.

Word Count: 911

Pairing: Dean x Reader

Warnings: Smut, pure smut

A/N: Thank you @deanthomaswinchester


Originally posted by bittercasblogger

The last thing you expected was to be in a cabin, with Dean hovering over you. It was supposed to be a simple salt and burn, but it turned out to be more. Sam told you about this place to stay in, until both of you figured out exactly what exactly was going on. Plus the last sign you seen said ‘Welcome To Indiana’. The bunker was obviously out of the question.

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Why blanket boycotting Indiana isn’t the solution 

Joseph Fink, a writer for the popular LGBT-friendly podcast Welcome to Night Vale, tweeted Tuesday that, despite the actions of Indiana’s government, a scheduled live recording would go on. Fink said that doing otherwise would hurt the people being targeted by the unfair legislation. Many would agree with him. There are other ways to fight back.

4 places LGBT youth are DEFINITELY welcome in Indiana

Indiana has probably been blowing up your newsfeed this week, with the possibility that its religious freedom bill will allow businesses to discriminate against LGBT people. The exciting news is: many important people and businesses have voiced their support for the LGBT community in the form of public statements, thoughtful articles, and even boycotts.

Regardless of what happens in the state government, LGBT youth in Indiana need resources and support. Here are some fantastic LGBT-focused resources in Indiana that you should know about:

1. Indiana Youth Group
Located in Indianapolis, the Indiana Youth Group offers programs, support services and activities for LGBTQ youth ages 12-20. Groups like Queer Youth of Color, Bi/Pan/Poly and Gender Variant meet at least monthly and, if you’re the creative type, the center hosts open mics and even cooking groups! 
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2. GLBT Resource Center of Michiana
Lead by trans 100 honoree Meghan Buell, this center serves the area of Northern Indiana and SW Michigan and offers support groups for LGBT youth.  Drop in hours are staffed by volunteers who can help you access resources and are available 3 times a week.
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3. Tri State Alliance
The Tri-state Alliance serves southwestern Indiana.  Youth group events have included going to Gay Day at Holiday World, cookouts, and trips to the movies. Their Pride Prom is the largest event of its kind in the region and will take place on April 11 this year.
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4. Pride Lafayette
Pride Lafayette opened their community center twelve years ago.  Volunteer staffed drop-in hours are available 7 days a week and the group oversees the PRYSM LGBT youth support group with PFLAG Lafayette/Tippecanoe County and Citizens for Civil Rights.
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If you’re feeling isolated, confused, or lonely–remember that wherever you are, there is a community waiting for you and that you are loved. If you’re looking for support, services, or just new LGBT-friendly spaces and people, check out the It Gets Better Project’s resource guide to find resources in your state.

Four Places LGBT Youth Are Definitely Welcome In Indiana

“Even though an Indiana law might allow discrimination against LGBT people, here’s a list of places where Indiana’s LGBT youth are always welcome!

Indiana has probably been blowing up your newsfeed this week, with the possibility that its religious freedom bill will allow businesses to discriminate against LGBT people. The exciting news is: many important people and businesses have voiced their support for the LGBT community in the form of public statements, thoughtful articles, and even boycotts.

Regardless of what happens in the state government, LGBT youth in Indiana need resources and support. Here are some fantastic LGBT-focused resources in Indiana that you should know about.”

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