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A bunch of terrible homophobes decide to protest outside of a high school that’s putting on a production of The Laramie Project—the same high school where Clarke is an art teacher. She’s counterprotesting when Lexa, out for her usual run but forced to detour because of the protest, jogs by.
“Hey, you wanna help me really piss off these bigoted shitheads?”
“How would you suggest doing that? They seem pretty pissed off already.”
“We could make out.”
...It quickly gets more complicated than that.
Originally posted for Day 7 of Clexaweek 2019 (free day). It’s a Fake Dating AU, will be a multi-chapter thing...with some mutual pining of course. Moodboard is on tumblr (sanscarte).
Few Americans knew much about the small, poor, heavily-forested country of Trigeda, not until well into its bloody civil war. When the fighting and the floods of refugees spilled over the borders to its wealthier neighbors, it finally provoked a UN peacekeeping mission in response. Still, many of the kids at Clarke’s high school probably wouldn’t have been able to find Trigeda on a map—even after some of the refugees began arriving in Arkadia.
Clarke herself only paid attention to the newcomers when the teenaged ones started showing up in her classes, and when her science teacher assigned her to work with one of them on a project. Specifically with Lexa kom’Trikru, the girl who seemed to be the unofficial leader of the Grounder students, who stalked around school like she ran the place.
Clarke wasn’t a big fan of Lexa’s. And the feeling seemed to be mutual...