Author has written 3 stories for Great Gatsby, and Harry Potter.
I have a lot of ideas but rarely manage to stay with one long enough to flesh it out or post it, so don't hold your breath for anything being updated. Between starting to write That Pottergirl and now, life happened. I've had a lot of changes in my view of the world, causing me to feel a bit lost in how to continue; I still have all my notes and ideas - some new, some forgotten, some still there from the beginning - but by learning and becoming more aware of how literature and other media affect us, I had to rethink what kind of story I want to tell.
What I like about fanfiction is on one hand the world building - trying to make sense of a world not quite like (or completely different from) our own, only through the small glimpses that the original works allow us - on the other, how people can get som many widely differing impressions from that same work and the insights that gives in how they perceive the real world and the interactions between humans.
I'm a feminist, christian, part of the lgbt-movement, and interested in everything from programming to biology, through linguistics, psychology and philosophy. I enjoy swordfighting and dancing, and hope to finally finish my bachelor's degree in CompSci this summer.
- "Yes children, the rare invisible black Pegasus must be Disillusioned regularly, so nobody sees him."
If the teachers and parents won't take it seriously that might be the only resort left. No means no - not teaching that to children is allowing them to grow up into adults who. just. don't. get. that consent is important. Boys will be boys is not an acceptable excuse; kids no matter their gender (and age) need to learn that their body is their own and that they have the right to say no.
Children are still persons and should be treated as such. Impulsive persons that don't quite know how to handle their emotions or their growing responsibilities yet, but still persons. When someone acts out, there is usually a reason.
Because allergies is a thing, and making sure to give out a permission slip at the beginning of term is better than students being more hurt by the remedy, or even dead.
Right to privacy in medical situations - see the above point about children still being people. Not to mention the sadly very real possibility of the parents being part of the problem in the first place - if not the worst case scenario, they might still harm their child for the terrible crime of having slept with someone.
She suffered third-degree burns over six percent of her body and was hospitalized for eight days - permanently disfigured and partially disabled for two years, she initially only asked for the chain to cover her medical expenses, but was denied.