A two-act play about the Trojan war of yesterday, today:
I. Achilles + Patroclus = <3
II. Aphrodite + Helen + [Everyone Else] = <3
III. Anubis + Hauhet = <3
Wait. Let’s try that again: it’s a two-act play about the Trojan war of today, yesterday:
I. Achilles + Patroclus/Odysseus – Briseis = ???
II. Helen(Achilles) + Aphrodite(Patroclus) + Briseis = ???
III. HauhetAnubis^3 x The Trojan War = ???
Alright, once more: It’s a war about a two-act play, the Trojans of today, totally fucked:
I. WAR [Achilles – Patroclus] WAR = </3
II. Helen/WAR + AphorditexWar = </3
III. refugees of [Anubis+Hauhet] war [are rarely heard from] = </3
IV. Briseis = </3
Plato’s Symposium posits the three ‘genderings’ of Love– the perfect match of masculinity, femininity, and… nonbinary identity. Yet, Hearts are rarely so neat and war is not a story to be sanitized or forgiven amidst its utter chaos.