Even worse is that he now catches men of all ages blatantly staring at his little girl.
I don’t have a lot of experience with “coming out” as I don’t fall under the LGBTQA umbrella, but I do think that Emma and Killian would most certainly not care if their kid was.
I was supposed to be working on a Wes request and a Harrison request, but my Beth muse was going so I decided to follow through with it.
I will work on Wes tomorrow and hopefully post it by tomorrow night.
Anyway, thank you @welllpthisishappening for listening to me babble on and on about these children. Available in AO3 flavor here: [LINK]Summary: Beth Jones has been going on a lot of dates, but Emma and Killian aren’t entirely prepared for the bit of news that their fifteen year old daughter drops on them over breakfast.
I was at the beach a few days ago with my family, and my dad pointed out a shirt that he thought was funny. It’s not “just a joke” when it reinforces stereotypes about how girls need to be kept safe and virgin through no choice of their own.
Not only did it have that phrase on it, it had a shotgun and words in small print that said, “shoot the first one and they won’t come back.” I didn’t think it was funny. Why would I think a joke about killing my boyfriend is funny? It’s not “just a joke” when there’s a part of the joker that really means what they’re saying.
Dads Against Daughters Dating.” There was another shirt in a different shop that went even further.
It’s not “just a joke” when the joke can harm other people.
Rating: TWord Count: 2,900 Killian Jones loves his daughter with everything in his heart, but these days he misses when she was a little minnow in his arms who wanted nothing more than to splash around in the waves, fiddle around with his hook and giggle against his chest as they watched whales break the ocean’s surface while taking the Jolly on a joy ride.