One of the last commissions I did, Lady Loki and Tony Stark.
Commissions are still open ;)
Some of you need to understand that enemies to friends to lovers is " we started on the wrong foot and eventually learned how to look past eachother's flaws and gradually start to love the whole person" not " I hate you but I tolerate you because I want sex"
(Avenger!Loki in AOG)
Loki: Only I'm allowed to choke hold my bf.
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A lazy Tony lazing around with a big lokitty
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Jotun Loki and Mr. Howardson
to be continued on my Patreon
Okay i need to say this after all the shit i've seen and read in tumblr:
Shipping is not about erasing anyone's canon and confirmed sexuality or personality and it doesn't follow "reason" or "logic", much like falling in love isn't logical and just happens to you. You look at two (or three, or four, any number, really) characters and you just get this spark. Your Spidey-Senses start going crazy all over the place.
Shipping is about your heart's desire. It's about putting your beloved characters in a relationship just to see how they mix. Would they match or would they clash? Would that relationship explode in everyone's faces or would it turn into something new and wonderful and beautiful? How will it effect the characters who are in a relationship and everyone around them? You'd never know if you don't try it out.
No person is exactly like another. Everyone has a unique set of morals that was either drilled into their brain while growing up or one that they made for themselves. Everyone has different tests. This might work for you but not for the next person or the other way around and that's okay. We all get passionate about things that we care about, but seriously, chill.
A fictional pairing with 20 or 200 or 2000 or 20000 fanfics in Ao3 isn't in any way hurting you or your favorite character and it sure as hell isn't effecting canon. Don't like it? Avoide it! (Ao3 has the most amazing filtering system, so, put it to use, guys.) It's as simple as that. Don't be a control freak who wants to MAKE everyone see things the way they do and don't be toxic to the rest of the fandom.
Some members of the society are sensitive and just your one cruel comment can effect them badly and no, don't mistake "sensitivity" with "weakness". Just because some people are strongly in touch with their emotions as everyone should be doesn't make them weak. These people are rare shit and the world would be such a better place if there was more of them out there.
Don't like this movie/show or this character or this ship? Want to state your opinion? Just say you don't like it and be done. It's really unnecessary to list 200 reason why it's not working for you. (You CAN still do that, but why not in a private convention with someone who has the same opinion that you do? That's just better and doesn't have any negative effects on anyone.) Or you know, just rant to yourself. That's what i do. (most of the time, anyways. Hey, nobody's perfect. I sure as hell am not. Slip ups are normal.)
End of the rant. You can just ignore everything i said and do whatever you want. It's not like it's gonna cause me any pain. Or you can consider my rant and remember it the next time you're about to roast someone because they have a different opinion.
Thanks to anyone who took the time to read this anyway.(By the way, it's so hard to pick only 30 ships to tag! I have 160! How am i supposed to choose?!)
funny how when you’re in a fandom and you ship a ship that, according to the fandom police, is competing against this other ship, people automatically assume you hate and are against that other ship. like no? I can ship this A character with this B character and I can also ship this A character with this C character even if the fandom police said the A/B ship and the A/C ship are enemies. like who are you to tell me I can’t ship A/B while also finding A/C adorable together?