"I never thought I-"
"Shh, shh, so good-"
"Stop, stop, I mean-"
Kurt pauses where he’s stilled, deep inside of Blaine. Blaine blinks up at him, skin soft, radiant with the LEDs under his skin. Kurt knows his brain is supposeto react to it; that the frequency tells his brain he’s calm and pleased, but he knows it has to be more than that. He had felt the way before…this.
Blaine grinds his hips just a bit, drawing a moan from Kurt’s lips.
"Ugh, fuck, don’t do that if you want me to talk to you coher-" Kurt begins, but breaks off then Blaine pistons his hips up, taking Kurt’s cock perfectly and deep.
"You feel so fucking amazing, Kurt," Blaine says, eyes shining. "And I mean, I know that you think I have to say it but I really really don’t. I’m not a…I wasn’t programmed as-"
Kurt nods, hard. After three years working in the office with Blaine - feeling the weight of his gaze, the soft touch of his fingertips when passing paperwork - he knew. He knew Blaine wasn’t wired for this. This is-
This is something brand new; just between them.
"I know, Blaine," he grits out, moving slow, slow. "I mean, is this-?"
"I have pleasure sensors there, yes," Blaine says, cheeks coloring, and if that doesn’t make Kurt want to go harder, deeper, nothing will.
"You-" Kurt sobs, pumping twice. "Fuck, Blaine, feel so real."
"I am, I am," Blaine chants, "am so real for you, Kurt. You- You know how it works."
Kurt closes his eyes and fucks in again, again. Blaine’s skin, though lab-created, is technically real - grown from stem cells and science, like all his other organs. His bones and brain, though, are man-made and wired, supposedly unable to show this - what Kurt’s feeling tingling out from his heart to his fingertips.
"Love," Blaine whispers, arching to seal their lips together, "-love you, so much. SO much - fuck, Kurt, oh god-"
"Yes, yes-" Kurt repeats, over and over.
This is love, his brain says again as he loses himself in Blaine’s body, finally. It has to be love.
See, what you need to understand is that “Not all guys are like that” is never going to work. Because you’re answering an entirely different conversation than what women are actually saying.
You think women are saying “Every man is a predator and a danger to me.” And you’re replying, “But I’m not like that.”
But women aren’t saying that. They’re saying “There are too many situations where women have to worry about their safety,” and you’re saying “That’s not important.” They’re saying “Women are constantly told it’s their fault if something bad happens,” and you’re saying “Don’t worry about it.” They’re saying “Too often, women find their trust violated by men,” and you’re saying “But you should trust me!”
They’re saying “So many men have decided that what they want is more important than anything about a woman.” And you’re replying “I’m exactly like that.”