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Charles Xavier ([personal profile] aberranthubris) wrote in [community profile] bakerstreet 2017-03-20 02:28 pm (UTC)

Charles is barely back himself. The car is still in the driveway and Hank just left the foyer while Charles is pulling off his jacket, shifting the tall pile of folders on his lap awkwardly. They're preparing another bill in the senate. He gets called in as the only mutant they bother hearing in these situations. Now the topic seems to be whether mutants should be allowed to procreate. He's tried his best to explain it wouldn't stop new mutants from appearing and that it's inhuman just as a thought, but he seems to be talking to brick walls. Next week he's scheduled for another meeting and if the cement that is in these heads doesn't break by then, he's going to have to do something awfully dangerous and twist their minds.

"Kurt," he calls out, relieved, happy to hear the boy's voice. Charles is now Kurt's legal guardian. It only makes sense given that Raven was like a sister to him. Besides, Kurt needs a proper home. Charles wouldn't have it any other way. In all sense and practice, he's like a father to him now. He's been there for longer than Raven had before she died. "Come help me," he calls out and stops the folders from sliding down from his lap, the pile of them already threatening to avalanche onto the floor.

"How was it?"

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