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At the moment, both of you were sitting on the couch together, thinking of almost anything that could cross your minds. That day, you had come home from work and gone to your favorite cafe, as normal, until Laf saw your tattoo. Another petal had been filled in, a light green color. It may have been unusual, but it seemed like you had more than one soulmate.
You had lived with Laf almost your whole life. By sheer luck, your parents had been friends and you grew up together. You knew you whole life that you were meant to be soulmates, but you were also very worried. Whenever someone met their soulmate, the tattoo on their wrists would change color. Lafayette’s tattoo had changed first (At least that’s what your mothers both claim).
You used to think you were broken. You and Laf both had a flower on your wrist, but only two petals had been filled in, one for you and one for him. They were deep blue and F/C. Only two of the five petals had color, and that’s how it had remained for most of your lives.
What she means:
Historians speculate over the status of John Laurens and Alexander Hamilton's relationship, noting that while they were indeed good friends, there is evidence to suggest homoerotic subtext. Hamilton and Laurens exchanged letters that were labeled as 'saucy' in their content, and to the extent where their descendants crossed out lines due to their nature. In one such letter, Hamilton writes, "Cold in my professions, warm in my friendships, I wish, my Dear Laurens, it might be in my power, by action rather than words, to convince you that I love you. . . You should not have taken advantage of my sensibility to steal into my affections without my consent." Since Laurens was noted to have a lack of attraction to women from a younger age, it is not unlikely to consider Hamilton to be on the bisexual spectrum, especially when Hamilton biographer Chernow points out that Hamilton "at the very least" had an "adolescent crush" on Laurens.