"this is an au where everyone lives happily together and nothing bad ever happens’
"what about that character?"
"they’re in fucking jail where they belong"
I did in fact actually write up that trans headcanon for Chris Argent. It is approximately six thousand words long, which was not the intended effect, but I apologize for nothing.
(I may have accidentally gotten myself to the point where, rather than ‘wouldn’t it be interesting if?’, I’m going to just continue to interpret Chris Argent as trans whenever not specifically proven otherwise.)
WARNINGS FOR: transphobic language (a few disparaging remarks, one brief tirade from an OC), and also Gerard Argent’s version of supportive parenting, which looks suspiciously controlling and abusive. Also your general terrible decisions such as trying to chest bind with an Ace bandage (do not do this!!!!!), having sex with extremely drunk people to avoid awkward conversations (this is dubcon, do not do this either), and self-prescribing and altering dosages of black market hormone supplements.
Titled in the style of The Hypothetical Story of Derek Hale, Who Never Takes Off His Shirt.
He’d been dozing beside Steve’s hospital bed in D.C. when Maria Hill had appeared in the room with no warning and said, “Want to take a field trip?” She had tracked down the empty bank from which Pierce and his men had been running the Winter Soldier, she explained, and she wanted back-up when she went to check it out. Sam hadn’t even been able to make his best, “Who, me?” face before she said, “I can count the number of people I trust right now on one hand, and you’re my pinkie. Hurry up.”
Anonymous said: Ooooh! Can we have a leverage OT3 daemon AU?
(I am bad at daemon names, for which I apologize. Except Hardison’s. I stand by Hardison’s.)
Everyone thinks Parker is severed at first.
That’s okay. Parker is used to that. She got called soulless before Pem even settled, and she knows he’s there. He was good at being sneaky before he ever settled into a ferret, and they could stretch their bond a long way before she decided she wanted to do it on purpose.
(The first time she jumped off a building with him at the top, they both screamed and it turned from terror to joy halfway down because their bond wasn’t snapping, it was stretching.)
Parker doesn’t like introducing people to Pem right away, and if they think he’s not there as a result, or think she’s wrong as a result, then they’re easily forgettable anyway.