It took Aomine less than 7 days to lend his precious shoes to Kagami (though he made it look like Momoi forced him to do that)
It took Aomine less than 7 days to teach Kagami about the zone
It took Aomine less than 7 days to start talking about how “fate” brought Kagami into lives of Miracles.
It took Aomine less than 7 days to start cheering for Kagami so much other people (Wakamatsu) pointed in out.
In less than 7 days Aomine turned 180 degrees and from a person who didn’t think Kagami would become an interesting player and who didn’t watch other teams matches Aomine changed into someone who genuinely liked watching Kagami’s play
who cheered for him and stood up when Kagami - Kagami who was so close to giving up, who was so tired and out of stamina - needed it the most
and who, while everyone else looked surprised every time Kagami entered the zone,
looked happy and proud
It took Aomine less than 7 days to start believing in Kagami more than anyone else.
If that isn’t love then I don’t know what love is.
Wearing eyeliner doesn’t make you “girly” or “gay” a lot of girls actually find it attractive. If you wanna put concealer on that pimple go ahead. It doesn’t make you less of a man. Makeup is not intrinsically feminine. Don’t let society’s screwed up gender roles stop you from expressing yourself.
Reading fanfiction is the worst because you start out with “I’ll just read this cute one shot” then suddenly it’s four am and you have 12 tabs open and you’re crying again because THEY DESERVE TO BE HAPPY WHY CANT THEY JUST BE HAPPY
Bisexual community:We define bisexuality as attraction to people of the same gender and different genders.
Biphobes:Aaaaactually bisexuality means "attracted to men and women" because the prefix "bi" means "two".
Bisexual community:Okay, that's a really narrow and finicky way of examining things, but yes the prefix bi means two. Which means that bisexual people are attracted to two different gender groups. Like, for example, people of the same gender as them and people of a different gender than them. Which is what we said. Our definition of our own sexual orientation is still right even with your narrow and finicky standards applied to it.
Biphobes:Sorry, I didn't catch any of that. I have my entire head and neck firmly lodged up my own ass. Bi means two. Bisexual means