Forbidden #4 | Cashton

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first things first:

1 MILLION READS WHAT THE HOLY MOTHER FRICKING WHAT THE (that's me trying not to curse, how nice of me) Y'ALL ARE CRAZY BUT I LOVE YOU HI HEY.

honestly, Im just- Im pretty speechless? I remember writing my first smut and oh my god, was it terrible. but then I changed it to a 5sos boyxboy and well, that already made it better lol. then I kept writing that kinda smut and posted one (apparently a little over three years ago, 1st of December wow) and see where we are now. three years /+ and a million reads later.

thank you all for sticking with me, even if my writing sucks even more at the beginning, even if my smut might contain more story than smut sometimes, and even if I sometimes take a whole year to update. I love you all, thank you.

as for this one shot. this was supposed to be top!Calum, but then I wrote Calum as quiet and a bit shy and I just couldn't help but leave that be and change him to the bottom. so, hehe.. also. wow. I should be tired af yet hyper af more often bc it delivers a finished one shot *slow claps* lol Im stupid never mind ignore me hi hey hello!

also, this is long af, damn.

let's just enjoy! <3

and thank you again, a million (Im so funny) times <3

Contains: top!Ashton
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Ever since Ashton could remember, there had been a black symbol on the outer side of his right wrist. To some, it seemed like some kind of abstract yin-yang drawing. But to those familiar with the star signs, it was the clear sign of a cancer.

Everyone is born with their star sign on their inner wrist, like a tattoo. It shows in which part of the world you get to live in, even if everyone is free to move wherever they like. It was just a fact that naturally, some cities were more populated by certain signs. This also made that every sign had it's own capital, centered in the area most of the sign's population lived.

The world claimed it was free, even if everyone was marked with their sign, but there were rules. They weren't freeing and not everyone agreed to them, but they did live with them. The only thing you were forbidden to do, was fall in love with someone of a sign your own was not compatible with. This naturally made the world shift so those who were allowed, were more near each other. While those who were not allowed to fall in love, but were still allowed to be friends, drifted apart. Which, naturally, also eventually made it a general thought someone of a sign your own was not compatible with, was the enemy. Or the outcast. Someone you shouldn't associate with.

Ashton never paid much attention to this. He knew of it, but he found it restricting. He was allowed to fall in love with whoever he would fall in love with. Love was not something he could control and thus, he found it ridiculous someone once wanted it to be controlled.

To his slight amusement, he did notice that signs that were not compatible with his -which he knew were Aries, Gemini, Libra and Aquarius- were generally not people he found an interest in anyway. But that didn't keep away from the occasional gem between them that did spark his attention. It was never more than an one-night stand though, but he only hooked up with people he at least had a good connection with.

One good thing the zodiac-separation brought, was that people became more open-minded towards sexualities. After all, if you were only allowed to fall in love with people of signs you were compatible with (including your own sign of course), a big part of the population was excluded. Therefore, people saw in that not everyone could find someone of the opposite sex -not that everyone wanted to, but that point aside- and thus, people became more open. It wasn't as free as everyone would want, especially the closeted under them, but it helped.

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