The title of the chapter where Haise first met Touka
(and the one he instantly fell for her) is called:
feelings Haise felt for Touka were inherited from Kaneki. It just happens that,
since Haise didn’t have any memories of his past, he also didn’t have any
issues that would make him lock is feelings deep down on his heart.
Kaneki had a lot to deal, Haise was just Haise, which made his feelings for her
more obvious and transparent.
Haise may be “““diferent”””, but the heart is the same.
I don’t want homophobes to tell me that they still love me and expect me to be grateful for not murdering me.
I want homophobes to apologize for hurting me and recognize that their bigotry has consequences.
I don’t homophobes reassuring me that me coming out to them doesn’t change our relationship.
I want homophobes to recognize that they’ve hurt me and my community, and I want them to apologize and ask what they can do to earn my trust back.
I’m tired of coming out and having people who have hurt me tell me that it doesn’t matter. It does matter. Not because I made it matter, but because they did. I want them to recognize what they did and be held accountable for the damage they’ve done.
ryder? what an incompetent pathfinder. i hate-- *trips* *thousands of pics of ryder spill from pockets* fuck those aren’t mine i swear i’m just holding them for a friend i- *slips on a pile of pictures* fu ck no they’re not mine i hate ryder i just- *more pictures fall out as he desperately tries to pick them up* hang on a sec jUst LISTEN