bevsi:

im like meta-closeted. like im out but i pretend that people dont know im out like i show up at gay club like “haha what am i doing here” 

lpzwei:

These are probably the two most painful moments for me in the entire series (so far). Chapter 41, in which Ymir lets go of the tower to save Christa. Chapter 50, in which Ymir apologizes and leaves with Bertholdt and Reiner.
I don’t know how I’ll react when season two comes out and I see these scenes animated. In color. With voices. And background music.
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lpzwei:

These are probably the two most painful moments for me in the entire series (so far). Chapter 41, in which Ymir lets go of the tower to save Christa. Chapter 50, in which Ymir apologizes and leaves with Bertholdt and Reiner.
I don’t know how I’ll react when season two comes out and I see these scenes animated. In color. With voices. And background music.
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lpzwei:

These are probably the two most painful moments for me in the entire series (so far). Chapter 41, in which Ymir lets go of the tower to save Christa. Chapter 50, in which Ymir apologizes and leaves with Bertholdt and Reiner.

I don’t know how I’ll react when season two comes out and I see these scenes animated. In color. With voices. And background music.

The Sisters' Delight by Jimbabwe88

'Elsa and Anna have been exploring each other's bodies for years. Elsa is in college and she has a girlfriend, Ariel, who is unaware of what she does with her sister. However, Elsa isn't the only one with a secret. Anna has one of her own… Rated M for explicit sexual content (incest, lesbians, femslash) and harsh language -Elsanna, Arielsa, Arielsanna-'

Jimbabwe88’s the author of Elsa’s Year.
Just keep that in mind.
Human beings are funny. They long to be with the person they love but refuse to admit openly. Some are afraid to show even the slightest sign of affection because of fear. Fear that their feelings may not be recognized, or even worst, returned. But one thing about human beings that puzzles me the most is their conscious effort to be connected with the object of their affection even if it kills them slowly within.

Sigmund Freud  (via acrylicalchemy)