I believe and I still find blokes attractive. My first consensual sexual experience was with a guy thought and I wasn't a Christian then so hey. Also, I wouldn't say that I was a homosexual while I didn't believe either because it's really hard to get a dude pregnant yet a dad I am You have a perverted mind~you gave it away with your love/fascination with dragons.
Red or black, a dragon's a dragon Most all sodomites are fascinated with dragons....wonder why? Hint.......
Revelation 13:4~"And they worshipped the dragon which gave power unto the beast: and they worshipped the beast, saying, Who is like unto the beast? who is able to make war with him?"
Not a "A Song of Ice and Fire" fan, are we? In it, there is a royal noble Valyrian family, House Targaryen of Dragonstone
. They're were one of the last Dragon Lord Freeholders - blood lines which could rise dragons - and such their sigil was a red 3-headed dragon on a black field (sable, a dragon thrice headed gules) the 3 heads being of Aegon the first and his two sister wives (Valyrian families committed incest and polygamy to keep their rare traits, violet eyes and silver blonde hair, strong).
They had a cadet branch, House Blackfyre of King's Landing
, which were born of bastardry and, according to Andal law, bastards (in this case the family's founder, Daemon Blackfyre, was the bastard of Aegon IV) could not bare their arms so bastard sons would invert their personal arms which, in Daemon's case as my avatar shows, is a black 3-headed dragon on a red field (gules, a dragon thrice headed sable).
The quote is a paraphrase of a character, Illyrio Mopatis to Tyrion Lannister, about when House Blackfyre of Kings Landing rebelled against their parent branch, House Targaryen of Dragonstone, they they deemed themselved better claimants to the Iron Throne of the 7 Kingdoms of Westeros. These rebellions occurred 5 times before the known male lines of House Blackfyre were thought to be extinct.
The reason why I take the moniker of Daemon Blackfyre on all online identities is he respresents something that means a lot to me. See, in A Song of Ice and Fire, even bastards of nobility are despised as lesser people, they weren't allowed their family's titles, holdings or even their name, often given a 'bastard' name usually drawing from the region they were from, like Flowers if you were from The Reach or Snow if you were from The North. Daemon Blackfyre, and his ancestors, were thought by many to be better claimants to their ancestral holdings than their parent branch, House Targaryen, despite their origins of bastardry.
The idea I draw from the Blackfyre Rebels is even bastard, the lowest and despised, can be claimants to a kingdom. There's an idea of hope for those downtrodden to have just as much opportunity as those who are not. Not only did the Blackfyres fight for recognition even after their legitimisation, people followed them, were inspired by them. SO back to that quote that was said to Tyrion Lannister by Illyrio Mopatis, "Black or red, a dragon is still a dragon."
. That is to say, the black dragon, the sigil of House Blackfyre of King's Landing was equal to the red dragon, the sigil of House Targaryen of Dragonstone. That bastards were just as good as their noble parents. That people like me - drug addled teen parents from impoverished areas with not much to show but scars on their wrists - were not to far removed from kings.
So call that perverted if you wish.