----hi. IIIIIII'm seth: a fem transboy in the most genderqueer way possible. And the sweetest, most adorable Slytherin. I'm kinda aromantic and kinda romantic towards every single friend I have. Also. Pansexual.
----I'm currently geeking out about Dangan Ronpa (not the anime, though!), Homestuck, and physics. Among other things. I live on the West Coast. I mostly post my own geeky crafts. With some queer stuff mixed in.
----If you're curious, my pronouns are neutral (ne, they), my adjectives are fem (cute, pretty) but not exclusively, and my nouns are boyish (boy, brother, guy, male) or neutral, but I'm not a 'man'! If you don't know me that well don't sweat it, though.
----I tend to not reblog stuff because tumblr culture makes me feel kinda weird sometimes and I want to avoid that.
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It is 8:45am and I am awake, cleaning my room, in pain, and listening to Hunky Dory (the Bowie album) at full volume. Fear me.

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My feelings.

<3 <3



"Nobody wants a hero when there isn’t something to save." 

I forget where I read that, and I’m probably paraphrasing, but that just stuck with me. Post War Useless and Unwanted Harry makes sense, not that its his fault, really. But heroes in peaceful times are trouble.  

Harry hangs out at magical bars and picks up on young witches. “I was the boy who lived” works for the first 15 years or so, but then the bloom is off the rose and a lot of the women he’s talking to are asking “which boy? you look old enough to be my dad,” and he quits going out as much. 

Eventually he starts acting a lot like Sirius did—erratic behavior, impulsive decision making—and though he tries to play at being an uncle to the young Weasleys, he’s the kind of adult you just don’t trust. Because although he shouldered the burden of saving the entire wizarding world, Harry Potter never actually grew up. 

(he really, really needs LOTS of therapy). 


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imagine a video game where you create a hero whose destiny is to save everyone, but throughout the game you start making harder and more questionable decisions, and the game gets darker and darker. and in the end you’re just standing there, clutching the controller and finally realizing you were playing the villain all along