No seriously, hear me out.
Lesbian Minbari who discover that they like girls, feeling like they are flying when they have their first kiss, holding hands with their girlfriends, and learning all about love in an environment that feels right for them. Gay Minbari who discover that they like boys, getting butterflies when their crush tells them that they like them back, and learning all about love without feeling like they have to hide. Bisexual and Pansexual Minbari who discover that everyone is hot, and having boyfriends and girlfriends, and all kinds of partners, learning about love from multiple perspectives, and flourishing as people. Asexual Minbari who discover that sex isn’t for them but throw themselves into their friendships and just love everyone they come across, never being made to feel left out just because they’re not sexual. Transexual Minbari learning all about being a different gender on the inside, and learning all about becoming the person that they feel they are. Genderfluid Minbari discovering that who they are on the inside can change depending on all sorts of things, and being a hot boy one day and a cute girl the next.
But the best bit, THE FUCKING BEST BIT!
LBGTQA Minbari coming out to their family and their friends, telling the people who matter the most to them who and what they are because they want to share who they are with the people that matter most to them.
Friends and family of LBGTQA Minbari being unsure how to react, their expectations and ideas about their child, their friend, suddenly subverted, and having to adjust to the truth about who they are, and the confusion and uncertainty shows on their faces, and they just say:
'It is the calling of my heart.'
And in an instant, walls fall, doubts and fears are erased, and hugs are given and all is well. Because Valen taught the Minbari to honour the calling of each others’ hearts, and Minbari know to respect the calling of a heart. Because if you don’t then it is YOU who are wrong. Period. End of Discussion.
RESPECT. THE. CALLING.
from The Babble On Project