do you have any headcanons you're super attached to about the inner-workings of slytherin house?
I’ve been accused on here before of having no imagination, because I don’t generally find interest in or hold any personal headcanons. I do, however, have some ‘sociological’ curiosities about how Slytherin house would function after the fall of Voldemort – particularly regarding different views of blood purity.
We know that half-bloods and muggle borns have since been more accepted in Slytherin house, but surely there are still tensions among them. How do some Slytherins claim full-blood superiority over other Slytherins while being part of a house that values fraternity and protecting their own?
Furthermore, how vocal are blood purists able to be about this disparity while Slytherins are also known for being prideful, likely preferring not to draw attention to the conflicts within their own house?
And as for the muggle-borns and half-bloods who are struggling with purist beliefs: do they admit to oppression or instead use it as more fuel to prove their place in Slytherin house?