Moonlight Naga Chapter 4Sephiroth was able to slither, but leaned heavily on Riku for support. He was losing blood, and nearly dead on his coils from pain and exhaustion. The trek was mostly uphill, and the going was slow, but Riku urged Sephiroth on.
Come on, he panted heavily almost there. Riku was much smaller than his mentor, but he managed to support his weight.
Sephiroth made no response, but for his part acted as though he needed no encouragement, and continued onward. Both knew time was of the essence, and that they must reach the village as soon as they could.
The suns light had just begun to paint the world in twilight when they reached the outskirts of the village. The first building to come into sight was the stables. All of the livestock for the village were kept in that barn. There were cows for milking, and chocobo for eggs, and to pull the plows over the crop fields. The nagas were in fact a community of hunters and farmers, working together for everyones li
Moonlight Naga Chapter 2If only the world wouldn't get in the way
If only people would just let you play
Sora listened and left, hurrying back the way he came through the woods. However, in his haste he was far from quiet.
Naga of Shriryah Chapter 15Bhaska simply lay back, enjoying the wonderful feeling of being full after fasting for so long. He looked down at his swollen, distended, belly feeling very pleased. Placing a hand against his stomach he let out a small belch. The naga paid no mind to his weeping. In fact Bhaska tried to ignore it, as he had ignored the cries, protests, and struggles of every other meal hed ever consumed. He was a predator, it was his nature to kill in order to live, and that left no room for mercy or feelings of pity.
Of course, Lindayo was different from any other meal. Lindayo hadnt struggled, or protested. Hed just taken it, and that fact alone was troubling. Bhaska had wanted him to break down, to fight and curse him. It would have been easier then. Slaughtering a willing lamb was different; it was harder, strangely enough. Because the lamb trusted him, so it felt wrong to kill it.
Lindayo hadnt acted like prey; hed acted like a Shauhy
The Darker Side of TwilightThe Darker Side of Twilight:
Racism, Classism, and the Romanticism of Unhealthy Relationships
Stephanies Meyers teen romance series, known as the Twilight saga, is a pop culture phenomenon. All around the world girls are falling in love with Edward Cullen, and the story of his undying love for Bella Swan. However, behind the sugary sweet love story of Twilight, there is a book series which reproduces racist, classist, and sexist paradigms spreading them to its legions of young fans around the world.
Romance novels impact the expectations and behaviors of those who consume them. They present constructs of the ideal man, the ideal relationship, and the behaviors expected of women to get these relationships. In a study focused on female college students, researcher Huei-Hsia Wu found that Most romance novels promote deeply constraining patriarchal values. Thus reading romance novels plays a role in shaping the meaning of the self, sexual identity and the attitudes and behavior