For all of Akaashi's fears and doubts, loving Bokuto doesn't have to be one of them.
Akaashi falls in love with Bokuto over the course of four springs.
In which Iwaizumi comes out and Oikawa has a great idea and subsequently questions his own sexuality with surprising results...
- Part 1 of Kuroo Tetsurou's Queer Helpline
Most of Miya Osamu’s time at university is dedicated towards his schoolwork in the hopes that he’ll be able to open up the onigiri business of his dreams. He doesn’t have time for any distractions—except for one Suna Rintarou.
His relationship with Suna is tenuous at best. Every encounter happens by chance, and they never see each other for longer than ten minutes at a time. Oh—and Suna thinks he’s someone else, but that’s a minor blip.
Suna survives as a half-functioning college student by day and a sleep-deprived streamer by night. He barely has time to finish assignments, much less a sociology project that forces him to work alongside Miya Osamu.
Osamu is far from a terrible project partner. He’s diligent, thorough, and a good kisser.
But Suna’s slow decline is a long time coming, and it’s worse when Osamu is always around to witness his deterioration.
- Part 2 of streamers
It takes a lot to get under Osamu’s skin. His aloof new neighbor, Suna Rintarou, does it effortlessly.
The more Suna makes his presence known, the harder it is for Osamu to avoid him—especially when he’s not sure he really wants to.
- Part 1 of and they were neighbors
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22 Jun 2021