professorspork:

“Fan fiction is making teenagers better writers and better satirists, and allowing them to explore sexuality in a way decided by them rather than dictated by the entertainment industry. A purity ring doesn’t carry much meaning when Ron Weasley is pulling it off with his teeth.”

The Guardian. (via lucyripley)

“A purity ring doesn’t carry much meaning when Ron Weasley is pulling it off with his teeth.”

(via satanic-pony)

I’m just gonna be over here, slow-clapping.

(via ifeelbetterer)

"But if anything, most fan fiction is a rejection of Rihanna and EL James’s leather-bound version of sexuality. When most teenagers are faced with the miserable advice of sex education (put a condom on a carrot, use a mirror to look at your bits), or the miserable version of sexuality in porn, fan fiction offers a more honest way to engage with relationships and sex."

Here here, Guardian.

143171 1 year ago via / source

and no net ensnares me.

1429 2 years ago via / source
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