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Hello! I'm Athena. Slytherin - INTJ Aries #radblackfeminist

Bi cis woman // she-her-hers

Roll Tide! I'm a senior in college far from home. This blog is a hodge-podge of fandom, social justice, astrology, history and poetry, fashion, travel, some other pretty stuff, liveblogging, and the odd original text post. I love lots of different things and I'm involved in plenty, and this is where I share them. :) This blog is a Safe Space; don't come around here with nonsense.

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"It’s funny, when I think about this exact time last year. Things were so different. I never would have thought that things could change so much in only a year. I wonder what next October will be like."

The universe knows that I don’t wanna live in Texas and it knows that my folks don’t want me anywhere near Chicago, so it’ll probably end up that I’ll get the jobs I applied to in those places with amazing salary/benefits packages, because the universe likes to fuck with people.

Kidfic prompt. Steve never went out with Tony when they were young despite Tony's attempts at wooing him, mostly because he thought Tony was too much of a flimsy playboy who could never really commit seriously to anything that wasn't partying. Years later he runs into Single Father Tony taking care of his 3 year old. Tony refuses to buy his kid candy before dinner and is overall a pretty decent dad. Tony also thinks Steve could never ever be interested in him 'cause he was always rebuffed before


One of the things Tony loves about New York is that when they see a celebrity who is very obviously busy, they tend to leave them alone.

He’s eternally grateful for this as he attempts to coax his three year old off the linoleum where he’s sitting, crosslegged and stubborn with his arms folded, glaring at the cashier who looks like she can’t decide to be intimidated or amused.

Tony sighs, moves his trolley out of the way of the line and waves the next customer forwards. “It’s fine, we’re gonna be here a while,” he says, and sits down next to Jamie, who pointedly doesn’t look at him.

"We’ve been over this," Tony says, reminding himself to be patient as his own father never was for him. His motto for parenting so far has been think of what Dad would do and then do the opposite, and it’s been working out pretty well so far.

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Are you trying to tell me that you think that I am Anastasia ? - Anastasia (1997)