Not ALL men.
Yes, all men. Every single one of them.
My most popular post has received a lot of arguments lately, so I figured I’d respond to the most common points people bring up.
to get a general gist of Queen Jamillia’s and Oola’s screen time, here are the scripts for Attack of the Clones (Jamillia is in 359 word scene) and Return of the Jedi (Oola is in scenes that add up to 275 words)
We are old enough to know we deserve more.
The last slide is so important
For real - talking to anyone you might have sex with about protecting yourselves from STDs and unplanned pregnancy is one of the most important things you can do to protect your sexual health.
The 13 Communities are as follows:
5. Broad Skies, Wyoming
7. Antigua Finca, California
8. Goblin’s Stretch (a follower submission we very much liked and decided to adopt. We assume it is somewhere in the American South, given its history and location names.)
There are also wizarding communities in Boston, New York, San Francisco, and Washington D.C., amongst others, but given that they are intermixed with muggle populations they are not considered “true” wizarding communities.
As to the school mascots:
1. The Salem Insitute’s mascot is the Osprey, after the native bird that nests in the cove located beside the school.
2. The Allegiance Academy is represented by the Wolf: the animagus form of school-founder Tybalt Le Loup, who actually raised the stones of the fort.
3. The Randolph-Poythress Institute is represented by the Pegasus. Specifically the Volucens breed.
4. The Laveau Academy is represented by the American Alligator, a symbol of the southern swamps.
5. The Blackgate School: Represented by the sinuous coils of the Sea Serpent native to both the seas near Durmstrang and, in a smaller variety, in the lakes around the school.
6. The Mesa Academy: Represented by the Cactus Cat, a native, magical species in the American Southwest.
7. La Academia Occidental is represented by the Rocky Mountain Gryffon, a species native to the region but recently declared endangered by the CMR.