Now Playing Tracks

honeymuff:

justthetenth:

YOU CAN SHIP CHARACTERS SEXUALLY BUT NOT ROMANTICALLY

YOU CAN SHIP CHARACTERS ROMANTICALLY BUT NOT SEXUALLY

YOU CAN SHIP CHARACTERS ROMANTICALLY AND SEXUALLY

YOU CAN SHIP CHARACTERS COMPLETELY PLATONICALLY

YOU CAN SHIP CANON SHIPS, GAY OR STRAIGHT OR OTHER

YOU CAN SHIP NON-CANON SHIPS, GAY OR STRAIGHT OR OTHER

YOU CAN SHIP NON-CANON THREESOMES, GAY OR STRAIGHT OR OTHER

YOU CAN SHIP WHAT YOU WANT TO SHIP

STOP SHAMING FANS FOR THE THINGS THEY SHIP

image

Bless this post

verysharpteeth:

One of the things I love about Bucky is how he deals with Steve. Steve, even with all his health issues, has shown himself to be very independent and as self sufficient as he can possibly be. Because of that, notice how Bucky doesn’t try to be pushy or crowd Steve into making a decision. Bucky has to know that Steve is at a loss here and he offers his home, but makes sure that Steve knows it won’t be “charity” because he’ll have to do chores. He gives Steve a huge amount of space and lets him do the talking. When Steve starts to get all “I can take care of myself”, Bucky let’s him know he’s not trying to help because he thinks Steve can’t do it, but because that’s what friends DO for each other. It would be easy for Bucky pushy in situations with Steve, but he’s NOT. Because Bucky is an incredibly good friend. He’s there for you when you need him. He tells you stuff you don’t really want to hear, but NEED to. He’s a shoulder to lean on, but only if you want him to be. It would have been easy for Steve to have been the “sidekick” friend that Bucky kept around to be his cheering section, but you never get that impression from him. They treat each other like brothers and equals, which says a lot about Steve’s internal qualities, but it also says a lot about BUCKY’S.

(Source: mishasteaparty)

To Tumblr, Love Pixel Union