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Author has written 8 stories for Harry Potter, Bandage, Avengers, and Hannibal.
I'm genderqueer, and I'm from Denmark (to those of you doesn't know where that is - I don't blame you. It's a tiny country up north next to Sweden and Germany)
I spend far to much reading fanfiction, and too little writing it - according to some people. I'm sorry guys, I promise to try harder. Only, I'm studying and stuff, and most of my new writing gets posted at ao3 instead, because I'm mainly in other fandoms.
GENERAL ASHAMED WARNING: My old fic is extremely problematic and not probably warned for. I was young and into kinky stuff, and didn't consider things like triggers, proper consent and internalized prejudice of different sorts.
This is another reason I've left ff.net behind, and probably the main one. I don't want to delete, since I know some of you still enjoy the fics, but I absolutely will not condone or support anything I wrote from age 14-16, since I've been through a great deal of personal development and character growth since then, that involves becoming aware of societal problems and doing my best to overcome prejudice and bigotry in me and my environment. Rape culture is disgusting. Sexism is disgusting. Bi-erasure, homophobia, transphobia, stereotypes, cissexism, ableism and racism is super disgusting and also everywhere, including fanfiction.
So. That's why I've been away, and why I am super wary of looking back at my old stuff.
On a side note I'm still into super kinky stuff, probably even more than before. I'm just more aware of the line between fiction and reality and how you have to watch your words and how they affect others. And how you have to fucking trigger-warn properly, jesus christ on a bike.