Summary: Everybody already knows what they are before their marking day. You’re a Dom, or you’re a Sub, and it’s pretty easy to figure out which one you are once puberty hits and the hormones kick in.
But when Kurt Hummel is marked a Dom on his sixteenth birthday, nobody believes it. The jocks (all Doms themselves), irritated that they have no power over him, decide to make his life a living hell. But, Kurt figures, that’s just high school. It doesn’t change anything.
The only problem is, one of the jocks is a boy he doesn’t know. A boy he never sees, shy and hidden behind the others in a sea of letterman jackets.
Blaine Anderson is a Sub, but nobody knows it.
And he was just fine keeping it that way, until he saw Kurt Hummel.
Notes/Warnings: [NC-17] Warnings for bullying, adapted (non traditional) Dom/Sub themes, power play, hurt/comfort, bondage, and a lot of porn. Powerbottom!Dom!Kurt and Topping!Sub!Blaine. If you don’t like it, don’t read it.
Kurt and Blaine have endured their share of ups and downs this season on “Glee.” From Blaine’s eye injury to Kurt’s pursuit of a place at NYADA, the couple has remained strong despite obstacles. And the relationship will only continue to evolve as the spring premiere airs April 10. On Friday, new scoop about one of the most loved “Glee” couples has fans breathing a sigh of relief for once.
E! News revealed that Kurt and Blaine will come together once again over some family drama. The debut of Blaine’s brother, Cooper Anderson, will bring up some uncomfortable feelings. Fortunately, Blaine has Kurt to lean on.
Kurt will play a pivotal role in helping his boyfriend come to terms with some feelings of jealousy. Blaine and Cooper will be able to mend their relationship by the end of the episode.
There will be more than uncomfortable drama between Blaine and Cooper. The duo will perform at least two duets together for the episode including a Duran Duran mash-up.
Summary: Kurt and Blaine have never been happier or more in love, but as things begin to change and doubts set in, the two aren’t as certain as they once were that they can make it together, or by themselves.