SPN: Writing is hard

Homebrew Bingo

intercrural/ interfemoral sex religion hurt/ comfort femmes physical imperfections
violent & dark natures romance bodyguard scenarios taste (erotic) animalistic behaviour (submissive)
otherness & outsiders telepathy WILD CARD sex with clothes on sexual appetite/ excess
violent feelings shower sex heat knives & knife play happiness
childish characters girls body modification future fic damsel in distress
SPN: Writing is hard

Writing List

Good Omens Mini-bang: 400/4000 words

Teen Wolf Reverse Bang: 1,700/3,000 words.

Sequel to Evil!Sam and Dean! comment-fic: Started, stalled.

CC Holiday Exchange: Prompt not yet assigned.

Jo/OMC sequel to last year's RB: All but one chapter posted.

Angel!dog fic, which loveinstars is also writing: Started, stalled.

Sequel to Nick/Monroe PWP: Started, stalled.

Ficlets promised to various people:

Draco/Merlin c_f: Started, stalled.

Birthday ficlet for krystalicekitsu: Planned, started.

Jensen/Misha, sex at a con for rock_chick_333: Started, stalled.

Gabriel writes fanfic for hayleysaurusrex: Started, stalled.

Cat!Daniel for [who?]: Started, stalled.
Teen Wolf: Derek/Stiles

It's that time again...



My Fandoms/Pairings:

Current pairings are: Sterek, Jackson/Lydia, Jackson/Danny (Teen Wolf), Clint/Coulson, Steve/Tony, Steve/Tony/Bruce (Avengers), Mike/Harvey (Suits), Peter/Neal/El (White Collar)

My Five Acts:

1. Teasing or tickling
2. X-made them do it (Aliens, magic, aphrodisiacs, whatever, I don't care!)<
3. Hurt/comfort (Love me some cuddling or comfort-sex!)
4. Trapped or stranded together (on another world; on a desert island; in a cave-in; in a cabin during a snowstorm; in an elevator)
5. Voyeurism (especially in a threesome, if one is giving orders to the other two)
Stargate

OMG you guys!

So I've been teaching Korean students online for more than a year. My job situation has been dire, since my insurance is being canceled at the end of August and I need a full time job, and I haven't had any interviews in ages.

I applied for a couple places teaching English in Asia, thinking "Why not? I want to visit Korea anyway" and "It's not like I'll get the job," the possibility of teaching abroad having come up before and my anxiety-ridden homebody self gone, "Yeahno."

So today I got an email from one of the companies. They'd be "very interested" in talking to me. My first response was \o/ I called her back and left a message, then went on the website and read about all the paperwork and things I'd have to straighten out.

Cue panic.

OMG it's for a year and halfway around the world, and the most time I've spent away from home is five weeks and I don't know anybody and I won't speak the language and I don't have that much classroom experience...

I'm a little calmer now, but still freaking out. I'm obviously hoping I get the job, since it'd be awesome to put on a resume and probably a lot of fun, but...*ulp*

Cross your fingers for me!
SPN: Sam Dean

CISPA is the new SOPA

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Here's their next move: The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA, would obliterate any semblance of online privacy in the United States.

And CISPA would provide a victory for content owners who were shell-shocked by the unprecedented outpouring of activism in opposition to SOPA and Internet censorship.

The House of Representatives is planning to take up CISPA later this month. Click here to ask your lawmakers to oppose it.

SOPA was pushed as a remedy to the supposed economic threat of online piracy -- but economic fear-mongering didn't quite do the trick.

So those concerned about copyright are engaging in sleight of hand, appending their legislation to a bill that most Americans will assume is about keeping them safe from bad guys.

This so-called cyber security bill aims to prevent theft of "government information" and "intellectual property" and could let ISPs block your access to websites -- or the whole Internet.

Don't let them push this back-door SOPA. Click here to demand that your lawmakers oppose CISPA.

CISPA also encourages companies to share information about you with the government and other corporations.

That data could then be used for just about anything -- from prosecuting crimes to ad placements.

And perhaps worst of all, CISPA supercedes all other online privacy protections.

Please click here to urge your lawmakers to oppose CISPA when it comes up for a vote this month.

Thanks for fighting for the Internet.

-Demand Progress