I think I figured out my problem. Right after a season finale is usually when I’d be headcanoning up a storm, bouncing off the developments of the last episode, like God!Cas or Purgatory. But the biggest development this time was Cas losing his grace. And I’ve already headcanoned the shit out of that.
sendermage replied to your post: And the Fucking Flawless Season Finale award is a…
I KNOW, right? Elementary’s season finale was amazing!
No spoilers but… it’s so rare for me to go into a season finale feeling skeptical about the direction a show is going, but trusting the writers to pull it off, and actually having my trust rewarded in a big way with a twist i legit did not see coming OMFG YOUR SHERLOCK HOLMES ADAPTATION COULD NEVER. no spoilers
And the Fucking Flawless Season Finale award is a tie between Elementary and Doctor Who.
guys according to Don Cheadle’s interview with Conan, this scene was improvised by Robert (video @ 2:00)
dad’s on a hunting trip and he hasn’t been home in a couple millennia
shadowvalkyrie replied to your post: I’ve caught up. Now what am I supposed to do with…
Cry. A lot. (And then go back to writing SPN BDSM fanfic, maybe? *hopeful look*)
Unfortunately my DCBB trumps my BDSM porn at the moment, and my schoolwork trumps everything. But that doesn’t mean I can’t procrastinate on my schoolwork by procrastinating on my DCBB by writing BDSM porn every once in a while. ;)
I’m gonna be waiting there for you when you get topside.
Can we just admire that sweet little “Got you, shithead” smile Dean has here?
Dom & Sub is a body of illustrative work in digital media that attempts to humanize practitioners of BDSM and offer a representation of kinky sex that not only refutes negative stereotypes but informs the audience that sadomasochistic play is done best between happy, healthy, and consenting adults. I portrayed the couple in the work not only engaging in S&M play but also building a “scene” together and nurturing one another after the play has concluded; these are moments often left unconsidered or completely ignored in visual representations of S&M. I believe it’s important to see how kinky scenes are crafted with care, commitment to safety and enthusiastic consent in order to limit those times when sadomasochistic play is used to abuse or dehumanize other human beings. It is my hope that my audience will learn from the illustrations that sadomasochistic play is not always dark or scary, and that fellow ‘kinksters’ can enjoy tender representations of S&M that do not ridicule or pathologize them. I’ve designed the work to engage sadomasochistic imagery, material and theory with an ethical conscience.
YES YES YES
cute cute cute! <3