I just posted the first chapter of my fanfic, called "My Name Is Thomas" on BMGF Writer's Workshop.
The story is plain simple. Thomas, a 10-year-old boy from Saffron City receives a Squirtle as a starter and vows to become a Pokemon Master. With him is Gloria, same age and hometown, who starts out with a Bulbasaur as a Pokemon Coordinator. aka Original Trainer fic.
This one was written long ago (have more than 40 chapters of it already), and is filled with
Yaoi no longer affects me as a heterosexual man. I merely shrug it off.
First impulse upon seeing yaoi is to stare at it for short period of time.
Why are all women in yaoi total bitches, I wonder. Is it to emphasize the pure man-man love? Is that really necessary?
Arousal upon viewing yuri impossible now. Emotional response minor. In some cases, mild disgust is displayed.
Yaoi is fine, what are you all talking about? I have become desensitized
Only the ones with actual content that I never posted for whatever reason remain. And they'll probably be posted at some point in the future as a bonus of some sort, probably as-is. Although, a few could work on their own anyway. 3/7 that remain, anyway.
Hey, maybe soon enough I won't have any draft blog entries! Then...it'll probably look incredibly awkward and I'll want to have more. I hate it when I have a tiny change like that that's more significant than I thought.
Well, I don't have an account there anymore, but is it really true that YT partners can't be false-flagged?
This is almost like my never-will-send letter to the writers of Pokemon, but mroe in-depth. This is also what Pokemon can learn from other media. Remember, this is all MY PERSONAL OPINION.
#1- Stop resetting Ash and Pikachu --- In any other anime, you'd expect the protagonist/s to get stronger, right? But if they get too strong, it becomes uninteresting ---so they have to toughen up the enemies. In Pokemon, after every region, Ash and Pikachu have to be weakened. Even when they try