Check your sources and don’t interact with trolls. They feed off of reactions. They love upsetting you. Never respond to them directly, but it is fine to nonchalantly mention amongst yourselves about how pathetic their trolling attempts are.
@ OP & similar trolls
Stop trying to pass off your prank as a teachable moment. You just wanted a laugh at the expense of a sensitive fandom. If you really wanted to teach people about fact checking or mental health, you’d have made an empathetic and informative resource post using material other than SU. Nobody learns from mean “GOTCHA” posts and you probably know it. On the small chance you really were trying to teach people something, wow, you really fucked that up. But your glory-bathing in others’ reactions leaves me pretty sure you’re just a troll. Don’t pretend to be otherwise. It’s really pathetic.
one day while akaashi is watching bokuto bath in glory after a winning spike, he catches bokuto looking his way, and he’s suddenly overwhelmed with a mountain of thoughts and feelings. he starts thinking about how someday a stranger will be the one setting to bokuto instead, and a stranger will be the one sharing his victories and defeats. he hates that he’ll never be good enough to stay by his captain’s side, and imagines himself staring through a TV, watching from afar as someone other than himself jumps into bokuto’s arms after a victory. he hates the idea so much that he starts to cry, and bokuto of course notices his distress and runs to his side. he doesn’t know what’s wrong, but he tells akaashi that he’ll always be here for him and gently wipes his tears away, pressing his lips to his forehead.
i'm gonna baptize her, bathe her in god's glory, and i will baptize her with everything i got, and i'll make her beg for more as i wash her free of sin, and it'll be so good, she'll want me to baptize her again
Apollo pulls the sun across the day sky
In his chariot that drips golden.
But, it is Helios that makes it shine, beating
A pulse across the Earth, burning our skin
Until it turns to candle wax and drips off
Our bodies to reveal white bleached bones.
And just as the flip of the coin reveals Artemis,
So it does show Selene, in all her glory,
Bathing the world in silver, and bringing
The wolves to howl at her brilliance. At her splendor.
The world forgets that the wolves loved Selene first.