One of the most important things about queer folk aligning with villains is that we often never get the full story of the villain.
And often, when we do, we find them sympathetic, usually due to their story only being villainous if you are writing from a cultural majority perspective.
While a lot of these characters do end up doing some very heinous things, we empathise with them more due to understanding the pressures that were put on them. In a different world, they could have been an asset, but now they are antithetical to straight/cis culture. We were taught that to deviate was evil, but so many popular villains would probably be less evil if not forced into corners.
You should think about @Lollie , really give that lil' guy a good long thinkin'.
He's good, he's very _Hecking_ good. :3c
Game developer, voice actor.
Four-thousand eyed falling Angel.
Voice of Dekker in Read-Only-Memories.
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