On USPH, BruPili and Feminism*This is what happens when my professor makes me read too much feminist articles*On USPH, BruPili and Feminism in Personal More Like This
Like I already said in JC's deviation yesterday:
I'm sorry if any of our Tumblr posts offended you. By the way...please do post your thoughts there.
:icontransparentplz:So another thing, even if I'm a BruPili shipper now, I will try to remain neutral in writing this journal. I know that most of the people who don't like the USPH ship keeps on pointing on 'historical inaccuracies' and that those who don't like the BruPili ship points out that the historical interaction between them is so small and had little effect on the whole country.
:icontransparentplz:Now. Before everybody starts debating on the reasons I stated above, I shall raise an argument that every fan should look upon on both sides of the 'shipping war'. Whether USPH, BruPili, MexiPiri, KorPiri or whatever PH ship.
:icontransparentplz:Why did you even make your Philippin
First EncounterHe really tried to clean. He really did. But it all just ended up like this anyway, in an even worse state than before. " Fuck it," said a small boy, ranging from four feet, six inches in height. The boy wasn't exactly fat and chubby, but his weight was a little bit above average, just by a small bit. He brushed his dark brown hair with his hands, carefully avoiding his ahoge. He felt a little odd whenever it was touched and hated it a lot. Well, whenever the Spanish bastard was the one touching it, since most of the time he was the one touching it, even if it wasn't really often. He sat down on a chair, which was the only thing not completely dirty, with the exception of some dust. "Damn it! When is he coming back! I thought he said he wouldn't be gone long," the little boy complained, flailing his fists in the air. "I'm hungry, dammit!!"First Encounter in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The door opened and the angst little boy rushed to greet, or rather head-butt the Spaniard who was about to come in. But he didn't seeing a fig
Snapdragons"Fratello, how could you?!" Italy puffed up his cheeks and placed his hands on his hips. It was unheard of in Italy's mind. First Romano had argued with a girl, and then he makes her upset and start crying. "She's a girl! You can't just yell at her for no good reason! Ah wait! Please come back!" Feliciano yelled, chasing after the crying nation. Romano just stood there in absolute disbelief.Snapdragons in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Romano thought this was absolutely ridiculous. She makes him cry and beats him up, and all she gets is a scolding from Spain. He makes her cry and suddenly he becomes center of attention with people around him glaring up at him. It wasn't fair!! He huffed and puffed and kicked a tree or two. She always was treated special by everyone! Why was it always like this?! Even Spain took her side whenever he did something wrong to her. Wasn't the bastard supposed to be on his side?!
Romano growled, his fists punching the air. "She doesn't act like a freakin' girl and yet when she does she can get away with
Capture of LuzonShe tried not to clutch onto him, striving much to keep her balance but the way he was holding her was making it rather difficult. She could only stare wide-eyed at the boy she thought she knew well enough. Did she...Did she finally make him snap? She was scared, tears beginning to well up from the corners of her eyes, her hands desperately trying to push him away. What he trying to do with this stunt? It frightened her how she couldn't breathe at all, how terrified he was making her feel. His lips against hers made her body rigged. The moment he had let go of her lips was when she tried to scream out for help, but her mouth was covered before she could make a sound.Capture of Luzon in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Filipinas didn't understand why he was making such a big deal out of this. So Snapdragon meant desire! It didn't really mean anything right? Maybe it was just coincidence. Of course Spain had counteracted by saying it was more of that. Britain was a sneaky
Terror Of Three Pt. 1She still tried to escape very often. She wasn't good at giving up. There were times she was successful and times she wasn't. She always managed to get caught in the end anyway, but she never stopped. She was getting tired of her insides being violated every day after all. Something happened though, which surprised her. He had stopped hurting her and the others. She suspected something happened to Spain which pissed her off more. The pillaging and raping had stopped for her, but she was still being beaten for trying to escape. After a while, he apparently he got smart and trapped her inside with chains.Terror Of Three Pt. 1 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
For the most part, she was kept locked up in his bedroom guarded heavily on the sides and the door. At night it was even worse because she would also have to have been tied up as well, at least around the ankles. She was cuffed and chained a good distance to wear she could walk around the perimeter of the room, but not outside the door or window. The fireplace was an option, but she kne
Greetings to A New RoadLuzon walked around the ports for a little bit. Her feet went nervously from one area to the next, her nerves about to break. She felt terrible that she wasn't able to defend herself better from the Netherlands. But then again she was, at the same time, caught off guard by his actions. The Netherlands was always so sweet and kind to her, making harmless passes at her from time to time. Now he suddenly had became obsessed with taking over her and her brothers while at the same time fighting Spain. It was because of these events that Luzon was to come and live with Spain. Her brothers fought well with Spain, after he came to them to rescue her, but they weren't strong enough to protect her beforehand. Mindanao was too busy fighting with his Muslim friends against Spanish officials and Visayas couldn't get through to her because of the Netherlands. Not only that, but Luzon had just suffered through an earthquake, the three siblings had a series of volcanic eruptions and because of the NetGreetings to A New Road in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
First Encounters Pt. 2Filipinas stared out into the ocean from the rail parting of the ship. From the position of the moon it probably would be around midnight in the area, way too late for the smaller country to be up. No one was on the deck at this time, other than the lookout sailor, but he was way up there and didn't notice the island nation even go onto the deck. When everyone had gone to sleep, she had snuck out onto the deck and had been out there for quite a few hours.First Encounters Pt. 2 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Filipinas? Are you out here?" asked a frantic voice. She turned around and saw Spain with a rather worried look on his face, sweat dripping down his cheeks. She stared at him for a bit as he ran to her and knelt down, grabbing her shoulders. "What are you doing out here? It's really late. Come on back to bed," he requested to her with a soft voice.
" " She looked back out to the ocean and didn't say a single word, turning away from the Spaniard and stood back on the railing's bottom gaps.
"Filipinas ?" he asked with a til
Mellodia della Foresta (ch. 1)“Hey, look! It’s the freak!”Mellodia della Foresta (ch. 1) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“Roma, just ignore them,” his father spoke softly, keeping his hands on his son’s shoulder, pushing him forward.
“Look at his hair! It looks like brown shit!”
“His eyes, they’re like a demon!”
“How’s your mom, freak?!”
“Keep walking, just keep walking,” he begged his son.
“Hey, how does it feel to have cursed your crap father to illness?!”
“Romano, no!” Im Yong-soo held his son back as much as he can, with little strength he had, but his son’s strength was too much. Born a Conquisto, Romano’s strength was inhuman, able to carry a large boulder on his shoulder with little effort at the tender age of nine. He’s learned to control that strength, but only to the point where he can take care of his father’s crops and sell it for money. It took all the man could to just keep his son from beating the cruel people who insul