We don’t want to bolster the sluggish label that all bisexuals are greedy

By Dom Peppiatt, Monday, 16 September 2019 13:10 GMT

I don’t want to bolster the stereotype that is lazy all bisexuals are greedy but on Wednesday September 11, 2019, once the Tokyo Game Show trailer for Final Fantasy 7 Remake dropped, I couldn’t do any work with three hours. Along with more or less most of games Twitter, I happened to be swept up in a thirst publishing social media marketing cyclone that basically revolved around yeeting images of last Fantasy 7’s fundamental cast into the void and gushing exactly how fucking hot all of them are after their 22 year radiance up.

Tifa’s hands, Reno’s chest, Biggs’ cheekbones, Aeris for the reason that gown, Jesse’s asymmetrical bangs… it is like Square Enix took a composite of most the most frequent features from my Tinder match list and taught an AI to sculpt them, Pygmalion style, into an Unreal Engine 4 character creator. Literally making my ambitions be realized.

“Tell me Ifrit isn’t bait for the absolute most intense type of bear/daddy fan art” Those eyes!” exclaims Rude when he views Cloud for the very first time. “I’m sure, friend, i am aware” we whisper inside my monitor when I melt as a feckless heap of goo. Demonstrably, Rude’s commenting on the Mako coursing through every molecule of y our spiky protagonist’s that are haired, nevertheless the headcanon I’m shipping has a lot more of a ‘love in the beginning sight’ kinda vibe.

Then we arrive at Reno the cocky, open redhead that is shirted very very very first assisted me be prepared for my bisexuality when Square Enix first circulated Final Fantasy 7: Advent kids in 2005. This cunning flirt, this CGI catnip in human form in the film, Reno evolved from this podgy clump of polygonal limbs to this androgynous nymph. Minimal did i understand it, but Reno’s appearance for the reason that terrible animated spin off film would instigate an attraction that is lifelong (and subsequent relationship of) androgynous people, redheaded people, and folks that prefer to wear matches with way too many buttons undone.