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So…everyone knows anime body proportions are idealized and kind of insane. But then I find this woman online. This amazing human with HER ANIME LEGS! SUPER LONG SKINNY ANIME LEGS! WHAT?! HOW??
So I even found a picture of venus online to compare. And like, now I’m going to take my stubby short legs over there to that sad corner.
holy shit her legs are practically canon
hER LEGS ARE PEFECT AND HER COSTUME IS SO WELL MADE I WISH TO HUG YOU LADY
Now you know the truth of what’s going through my mind at parties.
oh my gosh the last panel actually made me tear up
I can’t tell you how accurate this is
This is a really good depiction of social anxiety because it focuses on inner states rather then outward actions. As someone very good at concealing his anxiety, I appreciate it.
Okay. Before I explain what Loki is thinking, please understand that neither one of them is in a good mental state in this story. Thor is emotionally destroyed, and Loki is borderline crazy. Their thinking is really fucked up. Actually, the entire story is fucked up. I put a child in there to keep them from killing each other by the end. She’s the only thing that keeps them balanced because they’re forced to act freakishly normal and behave around her.
Throughout the story, Loki is shocked and extremely amused with Thor’s behavior. Loki puts up a fuss but actually likes seeing his brother doing something so wicked and unlike the shining, perfect image everyone else knows. Loki goes along with it because in his mind, Thor is basically degrading himself, which Loki finds hilarious. When he says things like, “Stop thinking; it’s just sex,” that’s Loki talking to himself just as much as he’s talking to Thor.
But then Loki starts to realize he likes their current situation a little too much. Loki does not like it when Thor is sweet to him because it makes him feel vulnerable—(more like the Loki before his fall from Asgard). He does not want Thor to have that kind of power over him, which is when you see Loki getting angry and pushing Thor away.
Loki claims he likes it when Thor is rough during sex, but that’s not entirely true. He likes it when Thor is rough because that’s easier for Loki to accept than kindness. When Thor figures this out, he stops and challenges Loki to become more accepting of his affection. Then it becomes more balanced and satisfying for both of them. By the end of the story, Loki is absolutely terrified and angry that he’s allowed himself to trust Thor. If the sex still has that element of roughness, it’s only Thor dominating Loki (without hurting him) as a way of centering him again.
Yes, the sex without lube would be painful, though I like to think they’re both able to handle more than the average person. I mean, we saw bullets bouncing off of Loki in The Avengers. In my head, it’s not comfortable for him but also not the worst thing that’s ever happened to him either. Loki stabbed Thor in the side that one time and also used the Destroyer to smack him halfway across a town. Thor is still a bit pissed off with him, and he’s emotionally compromised enough in this story that he doesn’t have his normal filter in place. He only does that to Loki once, and then he regains more control over himself and his anger. Once he realizes that Loki is not in the best mental place either, Thor’s protectiveness kicks in, and he changes his behavior.
Neither one of the brothers is a shining example of goodness in this story, but by the end, I like to think they’re starting to figure things out.