Things are going well for Dean: he's landed the biggest design job of his architectural career and is about to get final approval on the project despite how difficult the development company, personified by Castiel Novak, has made it. It's not bad for a moody omega...except things are also going terribly for Dean because he has to get in a plane and fly to a meeting, and course ends up in heat a few hours before. Luckily, Castiel is there to help and both men discover the good that can come when nothing goes quite as intended.
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06 Mar 2021
"I thought, I dunno, that you might be,” Dean paused.
“A lesbian?” Sam suggested at the same time Mary said, “a sodomite?”
“Actually,” Jack piped up into the complete silence that followed Mary’s words, “sodomy refers to both oral and anal sex. Even though it’s used as an outdated term for homosexuality, it doesn’t actually mean homosexual. I learned that from Google,” he told them all proudly.
“Very good, son,” Cas said in a dazed voice.
Or, Dean comes out to Mary. But not without a few major misunderstandings along the way.
- Part 3 of i projected onto dean winchester when i was twelve years old and now im making it your problem
Sam was pretty sure he could read every single gay friendly guide to coming out or supporting queer family members ever written and literally none of them would even imply that arguing with gay people that they were actually just homophobic constituted as "ally behavior". However, Sam was equally sure that none of those book authors had found themselves accidentally watching their brother get pounded by an Angel of the Lord at 9 am on Tuesday, so Sam was pretty sure he might actually still have the higher ground. Now, if only Jack would stop trying to bond with Dean using gay slurs long enough for Sam to convince everyone of that, he might just be able to cobble together some remnant of sanity or, failing that, dignity.
Or, the one where Sam desperately wants to invent PFLAG but Dean won't stop teaching Jack gay slurs
- Part 1 of i projected onto dean winchester when i was twelve years old and now im making it your problem
The worst part of dying and going to heaven at the tender of age forty-one only a week after defeating the one and only God -- outside of dying and going to heaven at the tender age of forty-one only a week after defeating the one and only God -- was that now that Dean had eternity with Cas in his house and his dad up the road, Dean was going to have to have a conversation he’d dedicated the majority of his teens and young adulthood to avoiding. Dean was going to -- Sam, no one needs that many flags -- have to -- Sam, put the decorative soaps away, seriously -- come out.
Needless to say, it does not go over well.
- Part 2 of i projected onto dean winchester when i was twelve years old and now im making it your problem
Dean and Cas become accidental co-parents who then accidentally fall in love. Jack is their sweet baby boy.
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16 Feb 2021