I'm so nervous I'm requesting wrong, sorry in advance. If you're still looking for prompts I've definitely wondered if in your verse Steve ever actually said fuck while in the act, or a time he got a chance to turn the tables on bucky with the dirty talk. Just if you want to!
Before Bucky, Steve never much liked it when the fellas he’d fool around with were talky. It was too easy to hear something unsaid, to take something the wrong way- or the correct way- to get his feelings bruised. He’d rather just fuck quiet in the dark and go on about his business.
james bond:m im in love. m i never knew i could feel this way but i realize now that women are each invaluable, beautiful, real human beings who are just as powerful as i am, who can make me a better person and show me what it truly means to be a human at all. m i've learned so much, i've changed and i now promise to never objectify another w
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I've been thinking about my summoning meme drabble request. I would love something that is Bucky/Nat. It could be in Thin White Skin continuity or a stand-alone moment. I'm equally delight by fluff and angst. Thank you!!
I'm happy for Donglover and his spiderman gig, but it feels like a consolation prize. Why can't Donglover get his own spiderman movie, where he's a real dude and not a cartoon dude? I don't know if this counts as a question, but I'd like to hear your thoughts.
I don’t feel like it’s a consolation prize because we were never promised a Donglover Spider-Man - it’s just one of those things that the internet presented as an idea and everyone got really excited about.
And if there’s one thing I’ve learned from my It’s Not Linear series, if you cast a black person as Peter Parker, everyone will immediately confuse them with Miles Morales/ask if you made a mistake/assume you did some sort of fusion. So while I love the idea of Donglover!Peter, I doubt it would ever clearly translate to tv or screen or page.
So he couldn’t be Peter, but he could be Miles, but Miles is very, very young, canonically. (I don’t know much about him, but he starts out at like 13, right?) So to voice Miles is about the best thing we can expect from a public that would be at the very least confused about a black Peter Parker.
****IMPORTANT: Miles on his own is important and neat, I just know nothing about him and don’t have the same emotional attachment to him as I do to Peter, hence my preference for my own Donglover!Peter headcanon above all things.
At first I liked you tons for your story "Old Lullabies" on AO3, not only for your spot-on characterization, but also for avoiding the idiocy of describing Todd and Sam as "mocha-skinned" or "chocolatey" or whatever other bs food descriptions writers too often use to try to make extra super-duper sure that their readers know 100% a character is black. But now I like you even more because your blog is amazing and so socially conscious. Like, really. Props.
And maybe “caramel” if I had a Latin@ character…
But seriously, thank you <3 I’m glad you like my writing and my tumbles.
Glorious Fieldbears, what are your Steve Rogers related fic/headcannon pet peeves, that have become popular in the fandom?
Idk about pet peeves… there are lots of different headcanons and I can see the value in nearly all of them.
I don’t mind insecure virginal Steve who never had a chance to get a piece before getting frozen, no-fucks-given Steve who’s had plenty of experiences before he ever even enlisted, PTSD-which-is-overshadowed-by-Bucky’s-problems Steve, well-balanced Steve, all of them can be written well. The only one I don’t get is ‘dark’ Steve, which apparently happens a bit in Stony fandom? Like, how? And also why?
“Dress suitably in short skirts and strong boots, leave your jewels in the bank, and buy a revolver.”—Countess Markievicz, 19th century Irish revolutionary, eternally relevant fashion advice (via leftgreatperhapsless)
“Louisa May Alcott wrote Little Women for the money. And it made her miserable.
As a young writer, Alcott concentrated on lurid pulp stories of revenge, murder, and adultery–“blood and thunder” literature, as she called i–and enjoyed writing very much. She was in her mid 30s when an editor suggested she try writing a book for girls. Alcott wasn’t very interested, but her father was a complete moron with money and had left the family in terrible financial trouble. Alcott wrote Little Women in hopes of some decent sales and a little breathing room and got way more than she asked for. The money in sequels was too good to turn down (and her father didn’t get any smarter with a dime), but Alcott hated writing what she called “moral pap for the young” and longed to return to the smut and violence of her early endeavors.”—
In the early 1980s, the Naval Investigative Service was investigating homosexuality in the Chicago area. Agents discovered that gay men sometimes referred to themselves as “friends of Dorothy.” Unaware of the historical meaning of the term (relating to The Wizard Of Oz), the NIS believed that there actually was some woman named Dorothy at the centre of a massive ring of homosexual military personnel, so they launched an enormous and futile hunt for the elusive “Dorothy”, hoping to find her and convince her to reveal the names of gay servicemembers.
If you don’t think that’s hilarious then you’re wrong.
“Another time, Jack took a call. A voice on the other end said, ‘There are three of us down here in the lobby. We want to see the guy who does this disgusting comic book and show him what real Nazis would do to his Captain America’. To the horror of others in the office, Kirby rolled up his sleeves and headed downstairs. The callers, however, were gone by the time he arrived.”—
Mark Evanier, Kirby: King of Comics (via nerdhapley)
It’s Jack Kirby’s birthday, so here’s that story of him being bad ass all of the time.
don’t say you’re a writer if you just write fanfiction for your entertainment. you’re only a writer if you kill a bear with a typewriter to appease the spirit of hemingway and slather yourself in ink in tribute to shakespeare, the one true over-penis of literature.