“Let’s go home.” Shiro calls the Castle of Lions “home”. They’re in the middle of a war, he was a prisoner for a year, and most of these people he’s only just met, but that ship is his home and the people that fill it - those six wonderful, funny, brave people - his family.
i’ve had to deal with both violent and ‘’’passive’’ homophobia, and let me tell you, tbr passive homophobia hurts the most because it usually always comes out of people you thought were your friend and you have to sit back and deal with it or risk outing yourself
and the worst part is, they talk about it like it isnt a big deal
i’ve heard the worst of it, i’ve been called a d*ke told i was going to hell for having a fucking crush and… i’ve been told by friends that they would never talk to a lesbian, that we’re all sort of weird, that they were ‘’praying for me’’ like it was some sort of nice thing to say and i think that hurts the most because it comes out of friends and it makes you feel worthless, less than, cause you have to sit back and realize that not even your friends love you
it’s not just the ppl on the streets with there signs, it’s your neighbor, your best friend, your grandpa it doesnt matter if it’s violent or not, it’s homophobia and im fucking tired of people thinking that just because they dont throw slurs at me it makes them any better than any other homophobe
you’re a fucking homophobe doesnt matter how you present it