Two Hearts In Counsel

kehinki:

pietro/steve = captain quickie 

there’s already a ship name and i just wanted to let you all know what it is because that’s 

I have this idea that Bucky loves playing with people's hair. Brushing it, petting it, braiding it, running his fingers through it. WS!BUCKY RUNNING HIS FINGERS THROUGH STEVE'S HAIR. WS!STEVE LETTING BUCKY RUN HIS FINGERS THROUGH STEVE'S HAIR. UGH.

thunderboltsortofapenny:

UGH

The first time it happens Steve is in the hospital somewhere in Arizona because he ran himself into the ground looking for Bucky and collapsed and scared Sam half to hell and back and Captain America admitted into hospital for exhaustion is blowing up online and Tony is calling Sam half to yell and half to snark at “Team Freebird” but none of that matters to Steve because he’s half-high on the sedative the nurse gave him and he’s just drifting…

Steve’s right on that edge of memory and dream, when you can turn one into the other and he’s back in Brooklyn again, back in his apartment and the parlor is a mess of cushions and pillows and blankets and one mattress, half nest and half fort, and he knows in the memory he just finished sobbing into the crook of his arm because Ma is gone, she’s gone and he can’t pretend he’s strong anymore and he knows in his memory, the way it happened, he couldn’t catch his breathe and was halfway into an asthma attack but Bucky was there with a hand on his sternum and the other in his hair and Bucky was saying something, something about breathing and everything’s gonna be okay Steve just breathe, it’s okay it’s okay it’s okay, but in the dream Steve can’t hear what Bucky’s saying, and his chest doesn’t hurt, but he can feel Bucky’s hand in his hair, running his fingers through Steve’s hair, and Steve wants to tell him he’s sorry he keeps it too short now, he knows Bucky always liked to mess with his hair and how it kept him calm when he was sitting with Steve through an asthma attack or that one January he had pneumonia and when Steve got his first F4 and the night after his Ma’s funeral, and later, the first night after the Hydra base when Buck still wasn’t sure what was real or not and if Steve was still Steve or not and the only thing that convinced him and kept him thinking he was still alive was sitting against a tree while Steve laid down next to him and Bucky carded his fingers through Steve’s hair till Steve fell asleep, and probably long beyond that, because now Steve was pretty sure Bucky didn’t sleep that night or the next, just sat by Steve and played with his hair and all Steve wants to say is he’s sorry, so so sorry, “Bucky I’m so sorry”

Bucky’s hand stills on the crown of his head. The sun’s rising in Brooklyn and the whole room is gold and the wind smells like forest and gun oil and the beep beep beep keeps time with his heartbeat.

"Go to sleep, Steve." Bucky murmurs in Brooklyn, in Italy, in the hospital, as he runs his fingers through Steve’s hair.

I feel like 100% of what people are trying to express when they use the word monosexual is covered by bi/pan erasure

svndaymorning:

you beautiful beast of a man.

svndaymorning:

you beautiful beast of a man.

latenightseth:

According to Chris Pratt, getting into shape for Guardians of the Galaxy took a major toll on his life.

latenightseth:

According to Chris Pratt, getting into shape for Guardians of the Galaxy took a major toll on his life.

bartonsnethers:

DC won’t put out a female solo film and meanwhile Marvel won’t put out a female solo film

I thought I was going to school to be other people, but really, what I learned was to be myself - accepting myself, my strengths and weaknesses. -Lupita Nyong’o

bilinguist:

Why are people comparing the term “monosexual” to “bihet?” Bihet doesn’t make any sense at all and is a way of discrediting bisexual identities based on an individual’s perception of a current relationship. Monosexual seems very accurate to me; it is not meant to be degrading, but just describes a person who is only attracted to one sex. If I am BIsexual, you would be MONOsexual, right? Why would you compare an oppressive term to a descriptive name? 

I think the most important thing here is: lesbians have asked us not to use the word monosexual. So we should stop.