divinedorothy:

Your name is Varric Tethras, you have just been arrested by the hero of Orlais, and commanded to tell the story of the Champion of Kirkwall
You begin the story as it is heard in pubs, but you take special time to mention Bethany’s cleavage. “Hawke’s buxon younger sister” you say, “Hawke’s curvaceous sibling” “Sweat beaded upon Bethany’s full, jiggling chest”

divinedorothy:

Your name is Varric Tethras, you have just been arrested by the hero of Orlais, and commanded to tell the story of the Champion of Kirkwall

You begin the story as it is heard in pubs, but you take special time to mention Bethany’s cleavage. “Hawke’s buxon younger sister” you say, “Hawke’s curvaceous sibling” “Sweat beaded upon Bethany’s full, jiggling chest”


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I agree with you on checking sources, but checking academic sources makes me slightly uncomfortable sometimes because even things can be skewed towards one direction. I'm talking mostly about the history of colonization and Imperialism that have affected a lot of non-white countries, so these two things probably aren't the same.
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wizzard890:

Well for heaven’s sake, I sincerely hope you aren’t taking academic sources and professional news sites without a grain of salt either! Some sources are entirely more reliable than others, but it’s still up to you to be discerning and thoughtful about the information that’s presented to you. If you think an academic is playing fast and loose with the history of colonization, get in there and do some research. Find the authors they quote, find the peers who disagree with them, look at history yourself. The same goes for current events and modern journalism. “Huh, it seems weird that Russian soldiers would keep accidentally wandering into Ukraine" is a thought that requires legwork. I mean, admittedly not much, in that case, but it’s still legwork that you have to do.

Look, ultimately you’re on the internet, swimming in a sea of information, and no one should be spoon-feeding you. Sources will want to, but it’s your responsibility not to let them. 


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divinedorothy:

that being said tho like you do need to romanticise sex in your writing for erotica other wise it would just be like

i put my hand in his pants, the whole area was kind of clammy tbh because of those trendy tight jeans all the kids are wearing. Any way, i touched his penis (also clammy) and i took my glasses off before he took off his pants because i literally never want to see balls ever.