Hmm…I just thought of something…
What if in Ocarina of Time, Zelda was actually genderfluid.
Just hear me out okay
Even though I can understand that being a boy would have made Zelda’s ‘disguise’ more unnoticeable, she COULD have disguised as another female- but she didn’t.
And In the OoT Manga- She literally ASKED Impa to TURN HER INTO A BOY- so my thing was that she didn’t disguise as Sheik, but actually BECAME a boy to be Sheik!
So my thing is that, POSSIBLY, Zelda is a genderfluid Hylian who has different names depending on which gender she is at the time (along with pronouns for said genders).
When she’s a boy at the time- He is Sheik, and wants to be referred to using he/him pronouns
But when she’s a girl at the time- she is Zelda, and wants to be referred to using she/her pronouns
au where everything is black and white until you meet your soulmate
ADDITIONALLY: when your soulmate dies, the world goes back to black and white
THAT’S HORRIBLE i love it
No but can you imagine having a normal day at work or running errands but then everything suddenly goes black and white.
Or you meet an absolute dork and the world goes into colour and you’re just like
Nonononono not this person not them!
You meet a person and start seeing the world in colour, get to know them and become drunk on happiness. You hint it at them and they seem very confused until eventually you realize that the world is still black and white for them.
I’ve got that summertime summertime bara
Anonymous said: idk I feel like it would be weird if in 500 years being biracial wasn't common? it's weirdly western-centric to think that in half of a millennia the majority of the human population would be white or "pure" anything my point being 11/10 a+ yes to ethnically diverse spartans