Hell Followed with Us (https://app.thestorygraph.com/books/fc2a5062-9192-43e0-8ecf-ecffe30a0f58) seems like a perfectly fine premise for a book but people keep billing it as "venom but gay" which i wholeheartedly disagree with
the whole point of eddie brock is that he's a complete disaster of an adult man who has to go grocery shopping and pay rent while dealing with his alien parasite that's maybe in love with him and you can't replicate that energy with a 16-year-old protagonist
dnd magic item
These inch-thick iron soles will magically stick to the bottom of a pair of shoes or boots until deliberately removed by the wearer. While worn, the wearer rolls all stealth checks with advantage, even if they have disadvantage from heavy armour or another effect, as long as they either make as much noise as possible, or sing bombastically about how sneaky they are while performing the stealthed action. Fulfilling both of these requirements grants an additional +1 to the roll. Actively attempting to be quiet while wearing the Treads will cause all stealth rolls to automatically fail.
once you have defeated gender you may wear its strictures as you please, not as trappings but as trophies
my thoughts on Whether Fiction Should Provide A Good Example for Children basically boils down to these 6 seconds from letterkenny https://youtu.be/TvtkGYuzOyo
on all levels except physical, i am a shitty teen sitting on the curb outside a 7-11 and drinking a slurpee