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sebastiangel:

mngwa:

bucksterbarnes:

imagine Bucky goes to have a blood test one time and the nurse can’t find a vein

and they’re like ‘are you sure it’s this arm you usually have blood taken from?? maybe i should try the other one’

and he just looks at them like 
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‘sure if you can find it in a ravine in Europe somewhere’

castiel-knight-of-hell:

livebloggingmydescentintomadness:

yaelstiel:

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 (via holyhells-rising-demon)

the thing that strikes me about this note is that it expresses something I didn’t expect to see from demon!Dean

I’d expect a demon to say something like “if you come after me I’ll kill you” or just “So long Sam”. To be honest, I didn’t expect him to leave a note at all. Not only did he leave a not, but his note feels to me like part of him was still trying to do right by Sammy.

Dean knows Sam will do what it takes to save him, or kill him if it comes to that. Yes, Dean wants to run around and have demonic fun, but I think he also wants to spare Sam that pain of having to either save him or put him down. He asked Sam to let him go to spare him that

this season is going to be the death of me. crowley, i feel you.

So much meta.

juno-magic:

I’m sure all of these thoughts have been discussed in every slash fandom there ever was a thousand and one times, so here be a blanket apology for those who dare look beyond the “Read more” tag and end up groaning. However, Pinto is only my second slash fandom (I’m not really counting my short forays into Elrond/Gil-galad) and my first RPS fandom, so for me this discussion is still new and exciting. And even if the topic is old, the specific context and the participants of this conversation are unique. So here goes.

In her excellent commentary on ZQ’s answers about James Franco using gay sexuality as a form of provocation in the interview in Huffpost Live, pintoinlove asks why “it’s okay for someone like James Franco to use a creative medium to explore and generate dialogue about gay sexuality, but it’s not okay for people like us to do so” and why that attitude is taken to the point of fan-shaming by some members of the non-creative fandom

(Terms & definitions: My usage of creative vs. non-creative fandom is not meant to imply that fans who do not write or read fanfic cannot be creative. However, they are not as focused on creation the way fans who write and read fanfic are. “Creative” also seems to be a more inclusive term to me because it encompasses fiction, vidding, art, and meta. Additionally, those dynamics are not limited to RPF fandom.

Also, nota bene: People who harass and stalk original creators, actors, and their partners/families/friends are not fans of any kind. They are assholes at best and stalkers in the legal sense at worst.)

Now, I’ve been intensely interested in fandom as a safe space to explore female sexuality ever since I joined fandom in 2004, and the dimensions of slash and RPS have only added to that. So here’s my take on PiL’s questions. I’m rambling a lot, and I have exactly zero background in feminist theory, so I’m probs leaving out some very nice arguments. (On the plus [?] side, this is all based on my own random thoughts and ideas.)

Anyway, here goes:

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meta in which juno-magic wins. all the hugs to her.

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