Ghosts in Quicksilver – 2.17 – Bad Medicine

TW: self-harm (cutting; aftermath only), hypersexuality, past child sexual abuse, domestic violence/murder, gun violence [these three are discussed in some detail], complicated feelings towards asexuality, trauma, consent to sex discussed I tried to distract myself from the static in my brain any way I could. Texting people was out. I had a few messages on … Continue reading Ghosts in Quicksilver – 2.17 – Bad Medicine

1.4 – Cassandra – Two Pieces

Song: Taikatalvi (Instrumental) by Nightwish in which we are more than reflections ˑ the past is the present is the past is forever ˑ we can’t all be hayley mills                 You are not that kind of twin.                 You know that, but you pull Perry down to watch The Parent Trap with you anyway. … Continue reading 1.4 – Cassandra – Two Pieces

Ghosts in Quicksilver – 2.16 – Sympathy for the Devil

TW: Mental health issues, trauma feelings, guns, suicidal ideation I thought by the time we made it back to my apartment I’d have figured out what to say, how I was feeling, some sort of order to the chaos in my head. But when Nathan unlocked the door and I held Will’s shoulders to guide … Continue reading Ghosts in Quicksilver – 2.16 – Sympathy for the Devil

The God Who Is Watching – Goretober 5th

prompt: lots of eyes tw: ptsd, dissociation, unreality, lots of eyes/mild eye horror, religious trauma, reckless use of the word 'picayune' the god who is watching is lying in waitin the chasm carved in the edge of the worlds.he waits, and he listens, and he stands guard.here, the contours are fuzzy -here, the walls are … Continue reading The God Who Is Watching – Goretober 5th

Behind The Curtain: A Queer Revisiting of Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Episode 2

If you missed where this started, episode 1 is over here!  Some recap: This analysis covers all of PMMM's original run, but will not touch on Rebellion. Spoilers apply for the whole series, and assumes you are at least familiar with the ending. PMMM and this analysis deal with – to some degree or another – suicide, … Continue reading Behind The Curtain: A Queer Revisiting of Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Episode 2