Author has written 8 stories for Shugo Chara!, Circle of Magic, Samurai Deeper Kyo, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, and Legend of Korra.
I am an eighteen year old living in the UK who attempts to write.
Now, this is important, and it carries a trigger warning for rape/sexual assault.
My older writings include a lot more kink, and badly acknowledged kink at that. I'm not going to take the fics down, because I feel like covering up your history, however currently embarrassing, is cheating. We are all works in progress. I have changed a great deal since I began writing fic, and my attitude towards sex and romance has changed a lot. I've also been in an abusive relationship, and trying to deal with that has illuminated a lot of things for me. Consent is vital. Sex where somebody is persuaded, coerced, or forced--with or without violence--is rape. Growing up in a society where violence and sex are conflated meant that throughout my teens I was constantly running up against the fact that makes up a large part of my sexuality--and dealing badly with it. I've made peace with that, and I will take zero bullshit about it, as a survivor, as long as I'm not hurting other survivors.
I don't believe that having a non-con/rape kink makes you a bad person. Not acknowledging it, on the other hand, is harmful and can lead to hurting people who are triggered by it. Ignoring it and feeling ashamed about it is only going to lead to some weird brain athletics and further awkwardness and embarrassment about your sexuality.
On the other hand, non-con/dubcon is not romantic. It is not cute. Rape isn't always violent, but it is always rape. It's abuse, plain and simple. This is something I'm pretty certain I obscured in my earlier fics. My apologies, but I don't think I have the capacity to go back and edit them. They stand as they are.
I mainly write for LOK, though I harbour a deep and abiding love for Pacific Rim and Elementary which might manifest itself in fic some day.
I also have health issues up the wazoo, so I can be a bit flaky. Depression, anxiety, and a sizeable helping of chronic fatigue, if you were interested.