• 5sos:*makes a poll with setlist choices*
  • The fam:*starts Third World War, is willing to fight eachother to death, loses sleep, anxiety levels rise higher then fucking Mt.Everest*
  • 5sos:lol why isn't anyone voting??

and I s2g if anyone fights me about this I will throw my fridge at you


like, really gay.  full, raging homo.  why on earth would you ship him with a girl?

- “but it’s not confirmed!” /  “he could be bi!”

“What made you want to add a gay character into the Percy Jackson series? What inspired you to write the series?” was asked and answered on Rick’s Goodreads a while ago.  Note, “gay”, with no dispute in the answer.

“Nico had once read a story from Plato, who claimed that in the ancient times all humans had been a combination of male and female.  Each person had two heads, four arms, four legs.  Supposedly, these combo-humans had been so powerful they made the gods uneasy, so Zeus split them in half - man and woman.  Ever since, humans had felt incomplete.  They spent their lives searching for their other halves.  And where does that leave me? Nico wondered.  It wasn’t his favourite story.”  (Blood of Olympus, chapter 15)  Yes.  Very bi/pan/poly.  So much fyi i like vagina.  He’s entirely into girls.  What is a dick anyway?


It’s his sexuality. Idk about you, but I’m aro/ace, and people even jokingly shipping me with anyone else makes me, like, really uncomfortable.

- “but you ship straight characters in same-gender/polyamorous relationships!”

Since we’re talking about Nico here, we’ll leave other fandoms out of it.  Not a single character in any of Rick Riordan’s mythology series has a confirmed sexuality - except for Nico.  And if you’re going to assume characters’ heteroromance/sexuality from their lack of canon attraction to their gender, you and your straight-until-proven-otherwise mindset can just leave.

“I’m only shipping it.  What’s the harm?  I think they’re cute.”

Would you vote for Donald Trump in an election?  Y’know, it’s not the nicest thing to do, but, like, it doesn’t really matter.  It’s one vote.  But you wouldn’t, would you?  (if you would, please, please just leave right now) However insignificant it might be, it’s just wrong.  Also, you’re adding to all the other people that have voted for Donald Trump - quite possibly thinking the same thing.  So don’t vote for Donald Trump, and don’t ship Nico with Thalia or Annabeth or Reyna or the bloody genderbent Will that this demonic corner of the PJO Instagram fandom is a fan of.  (don’t even ask)


I’m sorry, but I can name exactly two book series aimed at middle-grade kids that have LGBTQIA+ characters; Pretty Little Liars and The Heroes of Olympus.  (we’re not counting Harry Potter here.  saying years later that Dumbledore was gay with only minor implications in canon isn’t representation imo, sorry Jo.)  Having representation in kids’ series is so important, and wiping out that representation by ignoring his sexuality or erasing it and headcanoning him as bi/pan/poly is pretty homophobic and disgusting.  We have representation.  Respect it.


Reyna sees him as a brother??  He barely knows Thalia or Annabeth??  And as for “”Willow”” (genderbent Will.  It’s hellish, I promise), that’s straight down homophobia if you keep Nico as a boy.

wing-spiker asked:

SorMik: Who wins at ticklewars? What would they whisper to each other at 3 am in the morning?

Sorey starts tickle wars. Mikleo finishes them.

Lol but seriously I think it would be about 50-50, though usually Sorey DOES start them.

3 am: Tiny Sorey is struggling to stay awake, and while Mikleo is a seraph and doesn’t need sleep as much as Sorey does, seeing his friend so tired makes him THINK he should be sleepy too. But Sorey doesn’t want to go to sleep just yet. “I’m not tired….” Sorey mutters as his eyes close and then both of them are snoring.

3 am: They stayed up late arguing about history, going through books looking for stuff to support their side of the argument, which are now all over the floor. Their hair is all over the place, and Sorey looks exhausted, but they’re still enthusiastic about it until Mikleo realizes how terrible Sorey looks and how late it is. “Fine, you’re right. Let’s go to bed.” Sorey looks surprised, but lets Mikleo nudge him into bed, suddenly realizing how tired he really is. “I am?” he yawns. Mikleo smirks, and whispers into his hair, “At least until tomorrow morning.”

3 am: Mikleo still doesn’t sleep as much as Sorey does. Sometimes he gets up in the middle of the night and wanders or reads. Sorey wakes up to find that Mikleo isn’t next to him, which isn’t that unusual, but he can’t go back to sleep. He gets out of bed and wanders to where Mikleo is curled up in a chair with a book. “What’cha reading?” he whispers, perching on the arm of the chair. Mikleo leans into him and begins to read out loud.

3 am: It’s Sorey’s first night out and about in hundreds of years. Of course he’s not sleeping; he’s been doing enough of that for a lifetime. Mikleo doesn’t seem to want to look away from Sorey for more than a minute, never mind fall asleep. They stay up talking about what Sorey’s missed, what happened to Rose and Alisha and if the other seraphs are still around, figuring out where the blanks in Sorey’s memories are, going through Mikleo’s notes about the ruins he explored while waiting for Sorey to wake up. Mikleo is happier than he can remember being in years. Sorey is a little overwhelmed; he’s missed so much. There is a lull in the conversation. “I’m glad you were there to find me.” Sorey says quietly. Mikleo smiles. “I always will be.”

3 am: The weather’s nice in Elysia, so Mikleo suggests they eat outside, near the cliff where they set out on their journey so many years ago. It’s evening when they get there, and they eat on a blanket Sorey grabbed and stay out all night, just talking. Hours pass, and then it’s the middle of the night, and their words are fewer and quieter. Mikleo’s head is in Sorey’s lap, and Sorey runs his fingers through Mikleo’s long hair, thinking how beautiful it is. Mikleo is looking past him, up to the stars. “There are as many emotions as stars in the sky,” he says, and sometimes it’s a single phrase that triggers a series of memories for Sorey, and now he remembers not only that night in Lastonbell but a scene from this very hilltop. His hand stops. “You were going to tell me something, back then. Here.” Mikleo doesn’t need to ask for clarification or why that quote would make him think of their last visit to Elysia; he’s been thinking of that conversation all night. Mikleo turns his head, nuzzling into Sorey’s stomach. 

“I love you,” he says.

anonymous asked:

I just wished you guys would leave sones alone and wed leave you alone..your friendgroup will literally jump on someone and drag them so fast just for liking something different than you and that's just as disgusting as them coming for you guys

No, that’s not as disgusting, you got it all wrong. 

I’ve never send death threats to anyone, hell i don’t even go to taeny’s IG to send hate, I don’t go to sone’s blogs to start wars on asks, i don’t tag them, i’m respectful enough to tag my hate as “anti whatever” and i just stick to my squad and hate scones in general, not with a name or url.

To sum up, all i do is run my blog and be honest about my opinions and i bet everyone in the squad is the same.

We don’t like SNSD, we think they wronged Sica, we don’t like their fans (the delulu ones, not everyone ofc) because they’re narrowminded and disrespectful, and because they don’t wanna face the facts. We’re not going after anyone, and if someone thinks we are they’re delulu and that’s not our fault.

We don’t deserve death threats, they should stick to their faves and their love tags and leave us antis alone in our anti tag.


Star Wars Characters as Ancient Greek Statues by Travis Durden

French artist Travis Durden has constructed five Star Wars figures into ultimate classical Greek statues. Composed from faux marble, Durden’s transformation from film to artistic grandiosity add a larger significance and delicacy to the iconic vintage characters. Although the artist has given Darth Vader and Yoda in a softer light, they follow the conventional serenity of traditional classic Greek art. You can view Durden’s work in the exhibition “Contre Attaque” in Paris.