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"Why are we hurt like we are? Because we're different, and everyone else, well, they're all the same, and they're so caught up by their own self, they can't see how someone can't not be like them, and so they try and destroy that, or take what's making them different, and make it go away. And that's fucked up, I know, and it's sounds imaginary, like the plot of a movie, but's it's real. It's called human violence." - Dean Winchester
Dean Winchester, a young bisexual transgender boy, constantly bullied, being beaten up and bled, nearly to the point of death narrates this heart-breaking love story of the romance of himself and another boy, Castiel Novak, a cisgender but homosexual teenager, and how they try to beat homophobia, transphobia, and other things tearing society apart and breaking human beings, and nearly humanity itself.
"It's a mad world, and what made it that way? People seeing difference, now that's not problem itself, but it's how they make other people's differences seem bad, and sometimes unreligious. There's nothing wrong with homosexuality-nothing, but people CHOSE to see it as horrible, and in worst cases satanic. And they shame insane people-when really-they're the mad ones." Castiel Novak