So, here is a great example of fragile masculinity, mansplaining, and I have no fucking clue what’s wrong with this guy. Lol.
I was specifically asked if Hippolyta is a god or a human in a discussion about Diana being a Demi-god (half god) I answer simply that she is a third option. She is more than a human, less than a god.
The man Daniel does three things.
1) tells me I’m wrong.
2) talks about Amazon canon from an unrelated show.
3) says I’m “insulting his intelligence”.
But he ASKED ME A QUESTION. and I simply answered it! Not condescending. Not harshly. Just simply. And he attacked me.
So I reply sarcastically, with evidence from the movie. Hippolyta has been alive since Ancient Greece. So, if she is “just human”, she got one hell of a secret to a long life. I explain to him -in the movie- the Amazons are all still alive since Ancient times, and only one child was born on that island, Diana, so clearly they are the same generation of women. Remember, we are talking about the movie. So I only mentioned what was explained in the movie.
I then also point out the only one attacking anyone’s intelligence was him in regards to mine. He asked me a question. Wth?
“You are 100 percent wrong. That is final”
But….I’m not wrong? And how can he be so sure I’m wrong if he had to ask in the first place?
He blocked me. So my friend asked why he would ask in the first place if he didn’t want an answer.
He says “reasonable people” said Hippolyta is human. So he had a preconceived idea that the Amazons are human, I’m unreasonable for not agreeing with him, and I’m wrong.
But I’m not. Lol.
So that is Daniel. He watched Xena one time, so he knows more about the Amazons than I do.
AUTHOR: ongniels (ali) TITLE: to me, you’re like a dream FANDOM: WANNA ONE/Produce 101 RATING: PG-13 PAIRING: Ong Seongwoo/Kang Daniel WORD COUNT: 3,8k WARNING: cursing SUMMARY:
However, he notices, after almost 6 months of being part of a program called Produce 101 and one week of being in its debuting group, that he is unable to conceal what he is feeling when it comes to Kang Daniel.
Then Day reaches out
and touches my hand with his. He encloses it in a handshake. And just like
that, I am linked with him again, I feel the pulse of our bond and history and
love through our hands, like a wave of magic, the return of a long-lost friend.
Of something meant to be. The feeling brings tears to my eyes. Perhaps we can
take a step forward together.