Nonbinary Natasha Romanov (Marvel)
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20 Feb 2018
“You’re an asshole,” Nat muttered.
“So I’ve often been told. Luckily for you, I’m a benevolent asshole. I’m going to help you.”
She looked at Loki, god of mischief, trickery and lies. “Help me what?”
“Get a date with Barton.”
17 Feb 2019
Toni Stark was at the mercy of her father’s demons the day she was born. She was at the mercy of the demons of her sex. Of her sexuality. Of her job. Demons are like viruses. They are made, and they spread. They fester. They get more and more painful the longer they're latched on.
Iron Maiden wasn’t supposed to have any demons. She was a hero, an icon. She saved the world.
Ironically, saving the world creates demons. Toni is drowning in demons: those that are and are not her own. Despite the support of those around her, they're winning. And when they win, she will lose everything that she loves.
- Part 7 of Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better
06 Apr 2019
Toni Stark is finally and publicly engaged to Pepper Potts and is now dealing with the realities of her future and her past with the assistance of regular therapy. Stephanie Barnes is getting used to life in a new century, mourning both the past and the people she misses as well as the future she wishes she had. Is there a plot? Or is this just the author having fun with characters she loves? You decide!
*This fic will make more sense if you read the series*
- Part 8 of Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better
09 Feb 2020
Stephanie Barnes is an overworked, single mother and the head of philanthropy for Stark Industries. Once upon a time, she was Captain America, and her stress came from fighting Nazis. Now, her stress comes from quarterly budget predictions, organizing fundraising benefits, and raising her son as best she can in her husband's memory. With haranguing from her friend, Toni Stark, Stephanie decides to take her mandated vacation days and go to Washington D.C. to see friends and visit museums. Every possible thing that could go wrong on this vacation does go wrong, and Stephanie is left fighting for her life, facing enemies she thought she left in history. A mysterious assassin is making Stephanie feel things she hasn't felt since the death of her husband, which is quite inconvenient because he's trying to kill her.
Stephanie will have to shatter the false security and misplaced optimism of the future and force everyone, including herself, to confront bitter, painful reality. And then, she will have to help rebuild.
- Part 10 of Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better