Hiccup now has a small pool to play with.
Something I’ve noticed around here, is how shameful those that like smut are made to feel, as if such a thing is bad or isn’t qualified as actual writing. With posts like: reblog if you don’t smut, or if you do more than smut etc, it makes those that actually explore such aspects of their character feel bad, like their character’s aren’t meant to have urges that are acted upon. Smut can be a very beautiful thing, and sometimes it can just be dirty/raunchy, but that shouldn’t matter. Whenever I see someone post about their character being in the ‘mood’, they always say stuff like: ‘Gonna hide in my drafts until it passes’ or something to that same effect, because for some reason asking for fluff, violence and angst is completely okay— yet asking for smut is not. Don’t get me wrong, I know plenty of people that don’t smut and you don’t need a reason to not like it or to not want to do it, but I don’t think it’s fair to make those that do like it feel guilty or dirty. Wanting to write smut doesn’t make you any less of a writer and being horny doesn’t make your muse any less of a good character. Just like your character can be in moods where they only want fluff or angst, they can be in moods where they only want smut too. Remember, it’s your character and it’s your page, do whatever makes you happy; always.
"your character seems to smut a lot."
"but that’s none of my business."
*winks at you*
*tries to take a drink of my drink and the straw misses my mouth*
*this goes on for about 3 minutes until I use my hands to get the straw in my mouth*
Egyptian war goddess Sekhmet as a modern avatar of destruction by Fiona Staples, created as part of an old art submission thread on Whitechapel
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