"Don't call me that," he muttered, almost too quick to catch.
Now it was Frank's turn to furrow his brow. What had he said to offend him? He ran through the two whole sentences he had spoken and came up blank. "Call you what?"
"Dude. Man. Whatever. I'm not—" he huffed a little bit. "I'm not a boy."
In which Frank is an out transboy who switches schools and meets Gee, a not-so-out agender. Shopping, makeovers (and make-outs), and hair-dyeing ensue.
(wrote it down but tore it up/recycled dreams could never live up)
-Pencey Prep//Heroine Slow
On Gerard's desk lies a letter, dark and unopened and dripping with venom. Though Frank almost couldn't leave him such a bitter collection of words, he had to make him understand. Frank feels terrible. He let himself get in too deep, and he's slowly asphyxiating from the guilt. He knows he should never have let Gerard get so close when he could give nothing in return. But he couldn't help himself, and now it's too late. Gerard loves him, and Frank can't let him do that. Not when he doesn't deserve it, and not when Gerard deserves better.
But Gerard doesn't want to let go. Not when he knows neither of them really want it to be over.
Fandoms: My Chemical Romance, Pencey Prep
2 Apr 2016
This was taken from another of my stories because I wanted to make it a high school AU. I had to take out the part where Frank leaves on tour with Pencey Prep because, you know, you can't go on tour in the middle of the school year. I liked this scene though, so I'm gonna post it so I keep it and can maybe make it its own story in the future!
Fandoms: My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy
29 Mar 2016
Mikey isn't sure he likes himself as much as he ought to. In fact, he isn't even sure he's a "he" at all. Actually, he's completely sure. And "they" just fits so much better. The uncertainty lies in what they tell Pete about their identity.