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Just a friendly reminder that Sam kissed Lucifer in canon.
when? What EP? i don’t remember this!
they’re talking about 5x03 Free To Be You and Me in which Lucifer posed as Jess and Sam kissed her (his) shoulder.
OOOh yeah! i wonder after Sam kissed his shoulder, was Lucifer laughing on the inside or did he just melt into a puddle of goo…maybe it was then that Lucifer decided to love Sam and maybe it was then that he decided that they were MEFO!?
The second one you’re talking about is Traffic Lights - one of my faves. I’ll definitely be mentioning it in my article. The third one is “Except Thou Bless Me,” and I’ve read that one too, and it’s awesome. (Not shooting down your suggestions at ALL, just revelling in my knowledge of Destiel fics and perhaps throwing out some suggestions for my followers). I haven’t read the first one, though, so thank you for that rec!
awesome! I love it when Supernatural gets academic attention. I think it’s a very deep show (or at least was when Kripke was around but that’s another discussion). I read everything I can about it, from essay collections to essays in journals. I have yet to see academic work on Supernatural’s meta episodes - I was going to do some myself, but decided to prioritize and focus on some other ideas I had relating to the show first. So, I’m excited that you’re tackling this topic, as it’s one very near to my own interests. Good luck, and do let me know if you manage to get it published! What journals are you looking at?
suddenly all I can think of is Lucifer finding Sam burning with that fever of 107 and putting his hands on him because he’s so freezing on the inside and bringing Sam’s temperature down with his fingers against the hollow of his throat help…
Every day, i think about the fact that the one Angel that fell from Heaven due to his hate for Human beings is the same Angel that chooses to love a Human being( just one human! only one! a human that is full of mistakes, pain and demon blood. the very blood running through Sam’s veins are made up of the two things that Lucifer hates; Humans and Demons! but Lucifer STILL LOVES Sam regardless of these things. he still wants to show his love for this flawed human being) to protect him, to love him and to care for him. Lucifer is willing to give everything he has for Sam, his vessel because they are MFEO.
Now, why would the Angel that hates human beings be meant for one if he hates them so?
it boggles my mind.
And now please excuse me, i have to go and sob for awhile.
yeah okay but I don’t think Lucifer is actually canonically in love with Sam, I mean maybe he could be at some point but as far as we’ve seen, I don’t think he is so it’s just something I like to think about as a possibility…if he’d had a chance. He might’ve fallen in love with Sam.
To the anon who sent me the Samifer prompt: I’ll get to it, I promise. In the meantime, i reblogged a very similar fic, tagged’ samifer’, a few days ago. Hopefully they’ll hold you through while I write this one!
So, I’m working on a sort of academic article on Supernatural fanfic (possibly for the Journal of Transformative Works and Cultures, which is done by the same people who host Archive of Our Own, so yeah), and I need some suggestions. Mainly, for BDSM-themed Destiel fics which are set *in canon* or canon-like settings - no AUs. I know I’ve read a LOT of them myself and have a LOT on my fan fic list, but feel free to throw some more at me anyway, and especially tell me which ones are the popular ones because I don’t always know.
Also, as I’ve discovered in reading academic literature about fan fic, the authors of these articles have no problem quoting fan fic (and explicit fan fic), and I think I”m going to take their lead - unless fan fic authors wouldn’t want their fan fic quoted? Should I go ask every single one? I’m not sure if fan fic has the same quoting rules as, like, Shakespeare.
So, please fill my assbox with your thoughts?
satan asks baby jesus for help
what if Cas gets his grace back somehow and he’s been with Dean and Sam and a ‘human’ long enough now so that he knows he’s not going to regret the choise he’s about to make, which is staying as one.
and he let’s his grace return into the whole of creation (and it will grow into an enermous oak tree in the next few hundred years) but not before taking a bit of it and turning it into a ring, not made of silver or gold or steel, not really anything known to man, a mixture of /everything/. it looks simple enough still, but you can sometimes see it thrumming with life when the light hits it just right. and it is the same ring he’ll be coaxing on Dean’s finger that same night, as they lay curled together, legs and arms tangled, in the safety of their bed. it remembers them both.
Today, Amazon announced the imminent launch of its newest endeavor, Kindle Worlds, a publishing platform for fanfiction. When I read the announcement, I was horrified, then angry, then sad. I want to take a moment to explain why this is such a tragedy.
The woman in the scene
» Natalie Dormer as Moriarty
I don’t even watch this show but she seems AMAZING. Finally an Irene Adler who doesn’t seem like she’s sexualized or a love interest.
Actually, she was a love interest for Sherlock. She actually had a relationship with him for a while (although she was acting the whole time). But then she faked her own death and revealed her true self—criminal mastermind.
well, that’s my point - she wasn’t actually a love interest in the sense that she wasn’t in love with him herself. She was using it. She was using the ‘love interest’ trope to get what she wanted. Which I think is awesome.
any prompt that makes me open stockroom.com is a good fucking prompt
I’m still waiting excitedly for what comes out of this and in the meantime I’m entertaining myself as you research CBT and blog about it
REAL Lesbians React to Lesbian Porn!
I’m laughing so hard oh my god
this is really funny but also sad because this is yet another example of how everything is oriented towards men…even the things without men in them.