Welcome to being an obsessed fangirl. The club is always welcoming new members. :D
Oh Rhys, you lucky bastard. I wish more men would fight me naked.
Sitting at my kitchen table crying because I can’t figure out how to make Goodreads go to my Facebook. I just want people to know I’m reading Looking for Alaska.
If your accounts are linked, then it will allow you to show that you’re reading it whenever you update what page number you’re on. :)
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All of them, yes.
Who hates Sally Donovan on BBC One’s Sherlock?
Seriously, girl. Shut up. You irritate me.
I mean, I just got caught up on it, and the whole thing just makes me feel bad. I guess Teahouse is for people who get off on Abuse (AKA Yaoi fangirls?)
Clearly I need to get to work on my second webcomic, about a gay relationship that doesn’t involve the partners mentally and physicality torchering each other constantly.
Not all of the relationships are gay and I don’t think any of the characters were really brought up with best morals as far as that whole “love” thing goes. It also doesn’t take place in a typical “real world” setting, it takes place in a whore house full of professional, live-in whores. You might guess these people aren’t really accustomed to “loving relationships” when they’ve spent the majority of their lives being told that sex is sex and sex is a means of a living, but not a means of love.
The interesting part, as far as yaoi goes, is usually the part where you see these characters develop beyond where they started. The dominoes are being set. Soon we will see the moment when the first one in the line is tipped and all Hell breaks loose.