An essay by Traci J. (Loco Exclaimer)
This is an essay on homosexuality, especially that portrayed in relationships between the fictional characters in the fandom Transformers. The first half deals exclusively with homosexuality as an issue in itself with little to no mention of any fandom, and details my point of view on this issue. The second half details said relationships as portrayed between any two given characters from Transformers. I hope you enjoy.
Part One: Homosexuality, Morality, and Religion
I honestly find it revolting that religion is even an issue when it comes to homosexuality. It's an issue of discrimination against human beings, and ought to be treated as such. Women were seen as second-class in Biblical times; does that make them lesser beings? No.
Still, this section will deal with the "morals and ethics" of being gay.
Some people, for an indeterminat
Warnings: AU, fluff, innuendo, slash
Summary: Bulkhead doesn't want Wheeljack to leave, and he has a way to make his friend stay.
Disclaimer: I do not own Transformers. I make no profit from this.
A/N: Different ending to Transformers Prime episode: Con Job.
Bulkhead tensed as the door to his room shut behind him, and Wheeljack strode around his personal space, gazing over his trinkets that he had collected on his own or from Miko. He hesitantly trailed after Wheeljack, uncertain what to say. He had convinced Wheeljack to stay a bit longer on Earth by offering a tour of his room, but he couldn't stall forever. Wheeljack would be leaving soon to places unknown, and he didn't know if he would ever see his friend again. He had to find a way to convince Wheeljack to permanently stay put.
"Nice room," Wheeljack stated. "Did you bring me here just for a tour?" He walked over to the berth and traced his fingers over the metalli