Summary: Blaine has stumbled into a reputation of being a Bad Boy. In a world where soulmates are bonded in Dominant/submissive relationships and it only takes one command, he’s watching his words carefully. Not that McKinley has guys he would be interested in, but everyone assumes him to be a Dom and the last thing he wants is to bond with someone and out them in the process. That is, until there’s a new transfer and his world turns upside down.
Warnings/Rating: Dominant/submissive relationship, NC-17 in later chapters, mentions of homophobia and bullying.
It’s a topic Blaine’s been afraid of before he even ran into Kurt earlier that day. He knows the importance of safewords, of course, knows they need to be put in place for the protection of both people in the relationship. But he also knows, less from the classes in school and more from various stories he’s heard, how much weight they carry. If Kurt was to ask, Blaine would tell him that despite the assumption of being a dominant, he’s already played with the idea of what his safewords would be. He’s sure that it wouldn’t cross Kurt’s mind though, and wonders if he should bring it up or keep it to himself.
“There is the generic set of words we could technically use,” Kurt speaks when Blaine remains silent, “The traffic light system?”
Blaine feels Kurt’s gaze on him before he looks up from the paper. Once he does, his fingers tighten around Kurt’s hand without control.
“What is it, Blaine?” Kurt asks, eyes wide with concern.
“Nothing,” Blaine shakes his head, “it’s just, this feels…”
All for Klaine, forever.
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- Kurt: Well, it's my fiance - talk amongst yourselves. Hello?
- Blaine: Can I just say: Glee club sucks! Mr. Schue asked for ideas for Nationals and when I gave some genius ones, everyone got all mad and starting dissing me. Maybe I came on too strong but since when is that a bad thing?
- Kurt: It's not, but you've got to remember at McKinley, everyone has an equal vote and if you come on too aggressively, they might think you are a control freak or a puppet master... Anyway, I was going to call you. Pamela Lansbury booked its first gig and I know you were just here but I was hoping you could come cheer us on in the audience? So what do you say, can I send you the deets and a Jet Blue voucher?
- Blaine: Of course, I wouldn't miss it. Wow, I can't believe anyone would see me as controlling!
- Brad: You're early.
- Blaine: Geez ahh Brad, you scared the crap out of me! Warn me before you talk. I'm sorry man, I'm having a bad week.
- Brad: Tell me about it. I can't stop playing online blackjack. I owe thousands of dollars to some very sketchy people.
- Blaine: Seriously, why doesn't anyone listen to me? I'm in 23 clubs. I probably would've been prom king if this school didn't have so many stoners. And what's wrong with having a solid game plan?
- Brad: My house is getting foreclosed on.
- Blaine: And get this - my fiance called me a puppet master! If pulling strings means that I encourage people to reach their fullest potential, then hell yeah, guilty as charged! Brad, if everyone just wants me to sit down and shut up - that's exactly what I'm going to do. I'm going to be right back here in the back corner and believe me, that'll send a message. Loud.
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