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29th August 2014

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You really should watch this like rn


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29th August 2014

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In honor of Lord Byron’s birthday I would like to remind you all of the time that Shelley and Keats, having not heard from him for some time, became concerned for his safety and it was determined that Shelley would go looking for him. Keats received a letter some time later that Shelley had found him in Paris, where he’d been having so much sex that he’d nearly died from malnourishment and dehydration. Keats’ entire response amounted to essentially, “You should probably have let him.”

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29th August 2014

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Teef by Endling.

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29th August 2014

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Death threats drive Anita Sarkeesian from her home →

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29th August 2014

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You have no idea what it’s like on the other side. Where nothing’s in control, nothing makes sense. There is just pain and hate and nothing you do means anything.

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29th August 2014

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I sometimes forget that Death is a female (who’s in love with deadpool) in the Marvel universe.

I will always reblog this.

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29th August 2014

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pics of tony and thor being bros 

commissioned for peromy-march thanks so much sweetie <3 i really did have so much fun doing this

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29th August 2014

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ironmanpanics said: Stony 2 3 17 19 & 26 Please


  • How’s their team work? Do they share well?

Steve and Tony are the epitome of team work. When they work together. The thing is, they know each other so well and make such a great team - it’s seamless. They anticipate each other, protect each other, play off each other’s strengths and compensate for each other’s weaknesses. Their beliefs and morals are also mostly compatible - when Steve remembers that he’s not the highest authority and when Tony remembers that he can’t make other people’s decisions for them.  When they work against each other, it’s brutal and painful. They don’t let it happen anymore, they go to great lengths to make sure that they don’t tear each other down anymore.

They share very well. Tony would give Steve literally anything, Steve would do the same. I don’t think Tony really considers anything he has to be his alone anymore, except maybe the armor and he’s let Steve have it if Steve needed it. Steve took his marriage vows very seriously. Anything he had is Tony’s, though he might have to take a few deep breaths before parting with the shield.

(Steve insisted on a prenup because he wanted to make it very, very clear that he was in the relationship for Tony, not Tony’s money and Tony got around this by wiring ten million dollars into Steve’s checking account and also transferring the deeds to a few properties to Steve before they signed the paperwork. Steve signed mightily, but it made Tony feel better. And anyway, they’re never splitting up, so it doesn’t really matter)

  • Are they open about their relationship? How do they feel about public displays of affection?

They’re open. Tony considered hiding it - he knew the press was going to be brutal and he wanted to protect Steve from that. He was also a little afraid that the publicity would make the notoriously private Steve reconsider being with him. But for his own part, Tony would never had hidden it. He would have screamed it from the rooftops. Steve refuses to hide. This is his life and  his love and he could literally not give a fuck if the press, the public, the president himself disapproves. That said, neither one of them is big on making out in public or anything - that’s private, that’s intimate, it’s not for everyone to witness. But a kiss or a hug - or even a cheerful ass-grope - that’s just fine.

  • What would make them break up? Would it be permanent?

At this point? Nothing short of infidelity. Tony wouldn’t take that. Steve, I think, would have a very, very hard time forgiving that. And it’s possible they could reconcile, if both parties were earnest about it, and if there were extenuating circumstances (“We were on a break!”) 

There are other things: If Tony started working with the Illuminati again, or started keeping secrets from Steve again, Steve would walk. But Tony can’t relive those years again, so he’d never do it. If Steve started breaking his word again, or lying, Tony would leave. But Steve isn’t proud of the man who did those things and won’t be that man again. They’re stronger and smarter than they used to be. They’ll make it work.

  •  What do they fight about? What are their arguments like? How do they make up?

Okay, here’s the thing. Steve and Tony can - and will - fight like rabid dogs. Angry rabid dogs. Angry, rabid dogs with years of personal history and diametrically opposed political beliefs. They fight a lot, okay? But that’s just them . They’re both intelligent, passionate and confident men who try very hard to do what’s right and neither one of them is afraid of standing up for what they think that right is. But this doesn’t actually affect their teamwork at all. They can be in the middle of a screaming match, then go into combat and fight back-to-back, as seamless as if they could read each other’s minds.They fight because they care about each other so much, because they value each other and want to understand each other, to work well and be a strong team. If they didn’t care, they wouldn’t fight. They’d just go their separate ways. 

The up side of this is that even when they fight, it’s obvious they love each other. The down side is that sometimes they tear each other into bloody pieces and they always feel terrible about it when it’s over.

Making up is… well, it depends on the fight. If it was just a disagreement, they might just keep bickering until they get distracted by something. Steve and Tony have been known to argue about things like who forgot their anniversary first or who was the most reckless person in last week’s battle for literally days. They’ll argue, stop for dinner, or to deal with Avengers business, then pick up right where they left off. These fights aren’t bad. They’ve had them before and will have them again.

If it was a big fight, they might need some time to really get over it. Steve tends to want to talk things to death; Tony tries to pretend everything is normal; they both overcompensate to make sure the other knows they still love and care about them. Steve doesn’t walk away anymore - he won’t risk Tony thinking Steve doesn’t listen. And Tony doesn’t play the villain anymore - he doesn’t let Steve blame him for anything that wasn’t his fault.  This makes it a little easier to clean up after a big fight.

Eventually, once they hash it out and reach a place that they can live with, they tend to retreat into each other for a while. Tony is always physically affectionate after a fight - kisses, soft touches, cuddles. He doesn’t use sex to make up (they have LOTS of make-up sex, but only after they’ve made up) but he does need to reinforce the intimacy and connection between them, and that’s what works for him. Steve tends to do the same thing, but he does it by verbally giving Tony validation. He’ll make a point of saying that he trusts Tony, or that he thinks Tony knows what’s best about something. He’ll say it to their teammates or the press, making sure that Tony knows Steve is willing to believe in him, even in front of witnesses.

Then they bang. A lot.

  •  How do their friends feel about their relationship? Their families?

Neither one has any traditional family (Tony has his cousin Morgan, and about five of Morgan’s illegitimate kids, but that’s about it), so their friends are  their families, for the most part. Rhodey and Pepper are good with everything. They like Steve, they trust Steve. There have been times when they wouldn’t have supported it - Rhodey, in particular, would have tied Tony up and locked him in a basement somewhere if he tried to hook up with Steve right after the incursion fiasco - but circumstances have changed, people have changed and they’re good with it. Morgan hates it because he’s afraid Steve and Tony will adopt a kid and then there goes his inheritance (Tony was never going to leave him anything but a trust, but Morgan doesn’t know that). Sam mostly doesn’t get involved because he’s close with Sharon and knows he isn’t impartial (Stark’s all right, but he and Sam were never close, you know? But he was there when Tony breathed in poison to save Steve’s life, that’s the sort of thing  you remember about a man). Bucky’s fine with it, when he thinks about it at all, which is basically never. Steve does not have sex. With anyone. EVER. THIS IS HIS BROTHER YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT EW EW EW. But Natasha likes Tony a lot, respects him a lot, trusts him a lot, that’s more than enough for Bucky. And Steve obviously loves the guy to pieces, so…

The Avengers are firmly divided in the “Mom and Dad are back together!” camp (Jan, Peter, Carol, Thor) and the “Jesus fuck, if you break up again we will shoot you into fucking space get some goddamn therapy” camp (Clint, Luke Cage, everyone from SHIELD). 

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29th August 2014

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Holy shit

I can’t even begin to describe the brilliance of this segment. 



i’m screaming. she’s fucking awesome. anyone know where this can be found as an actual video?

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