Sperantia (But Her Friends Call Her Pansy) by VanLudwig for every female character who has ever been created purely to be attached to a man
Fandoms: Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling
16 Nov 2017
A short study for a periphery character that deserved much more than she got in the canon.
Pansy thought of the exhibitionism as an accessory, really. Her body was hers, her pleasure was hers, she had never needed more than her own attention to feel fulfilled. But when the others watched her, oh, it was the best kind of magic. The result of narcissism unchecked, Draco had lamented of her, though Pansy felt that he had little room to make the criticism.
- Part 2 of The House of the Serpent
Draco is the only one who can see that Harry Potter is just as much of a little shit as he is. He's determined to do something about it, even if it means drinking heavily and sexually harassing him in class.
- Part 1 of The House of the Serpent
It could have been any number of things, really, that caused Hatake Kakashi to punch out the glass of Umino Iruka’s bedroom window at three in the morning and drag his half-dead carcass, blood pouring from his skin like sweat, across the ledge to collapse at the foot of the bed like a dog.
The Second Wizarding War was fought to ensure the equality of wizards regardless of bloodlines. When that fails to be the case in an unexpected reversal of roles, it appears that The Great Hero Harry Potter must come out of retirement in order to set the people straight. When the oppressors become the oppressed, bitter rivals must become partners to set an example. And who better to set that example than The Chosen One and The Prince of Slytherin?