Just one word
Fandoms: Teen Wolf (TV)
13 Jun 2014
It's his mother's birthday, and Stiles decides to go into the forest and pick her some flowers. However, his father has set some rules:
1-Stay on the paths.
2-Don't forget to take your bat, just in case.
3-Make sure you wear your warm jacket with the red hood.
Stiles can't get into to much trouble if he only breaks one of them, right?
~My three year old brother asked me to tell him a bed time story. This is what I came up with.
16 Oct 2020
Mirai dislikes bullies. He dislikes them even more after helping a small green child he meets on the street. But Midoriya Izuku may bring Sir Nighteye a future he never thought was possible.
Bookmarked by LittleWingJay
28 Feb 2021
The Hero Students and Their Absolutely Unnecessary Year-Long Fixation on Relationships by Kiranokira
28 Feb 2019
It's likely that citizens will find it difficult to believe how many of today's pro heroes spent their first and second years at UA being idiots in love just because Bakugo Katsuki and Kirishima Eijiro were the first among their peers to make their relationship official.
Does competition in romance breed A) excellence, B) innovation, C) champions, or D) untold future embarrassment?
“A couple who actually act like a couple,” Ashido sighs.
“It’s a nice change,” Hagakure agrees.
“Fuck all the way off,” Bakugo suggests.
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22 Feb 2021
30 Oct 2019
Sure, sometimes Izuku felt like sinking through the floor anytime someone thought they were a boy. And yeah, maybe sometimes they do feel like peeling all of their skin off just to prove that gender doesn’t matter. And okay, maybe it crushes them a little bit more every time their childhood hero accidentally misgenders them. But it’s fine. Really
- Part 4 of adults protecting queer kids
12 Aug 2019
“I- Do you want to come in, sweetie?” Izuku’s mother asks, worry from her face seeping into her voice.
Shouto gives her a smile. He tries to make it seem real, but it pulls at his bruised skin and feels stiff over his weary bones. “No, that’s alright. I just wanted to talk to Izuku about something in school, but I’ll just text him later. Thank you.”
He can tell she doesn’t believe him.
- Part 2 of adults protecting queer kids
29 Jul 2019
“I know you went into the girls’ bathroom.” It’s like with that one statement, Aizawa completely switches their personalities around.
Todoroki’s eyes widen, and suddenly he can’t take them away from his hands fidgeting in his lap. Midoriya stops his nervous shaking and looks almost defiantly at the teacher. There is still hesitance etched into the lines of his face, but now it seems less like nervousness and more like worry.
Aizawa receives an email about his students breaking rules and finds that maybe school rules are complete horseshit. (Rated for slight use of language because I’m not trying to poison the youth)
- Part 1 of adults protecting queer kids