Oh hey my time to shine.
Damian Walhalla is not officially out. Currently he's hiding it from his family and friends and basically everyone he knows, but he's trying to not be in denial about it anymore and not care if other people see him out in the street holding hands with his boyfriend of almost twenty years. It's not easy. He is a musician with an orchestra in Munich.
So Damian is more open in Legacy, but he's getting there in Reformation. He's less likely to break your face if you ask if he's gay, but he's still uncomfortable with the concept. Even after all this time, he's still kind of torn about homosexuality being wrong, but he loves Till more than he is angry with himself. He spent his teenage years wishing he wouldn't be different, and now he's accepted that he is, but he won't tell people. And at this point, if his family asked, he would probably lie about it. He would have liked his relationship with Till to stay a secret forever, but apparently things don't work that way.
Till Hoffmann is the boyfriend. He has blue hair and is rather open and alright with who he is, but it's not something he just shares with people. Unless I mean you are going through his desk at work and find his naked firefighter calendar, but hey, that's on you. He owns a petshop in Diagon Alley, but he lives with Damian in Munich.
Till's always accepted and embraced who he was, but he's not entirely sure how his parents would react, so he hasn't told them or his childhood friends. He would if he thought reception would be good, though, but it's not a topic that naturally comes up in conversation. Till's completely happy with who he is and how his life has turned out, and he has no shame, but it's not a topic he would just casually bring up. Ask about it, though, and he's happy to tell you all about himself, and possibly give way more details than you wanted. He lives his sexuality very freely, but he's not flirty.
Heathen Skelter is into pretty much anything that gives warmth. He is bisexual, and really only interested in the sexual side of things. In fact, if you could not talk at all while you're with him, he'll be uh- well I was going to say happy, but Heathen doesn't really do any sort of emotions, he's weird. It might be offputting.
Heathen doesn't talk about his sexuality. He doesn't have an opinion about it, just like he doesn't have an opinion on anything except pumpkin juice, smoking, and the fact sex is enjoyable. So he doesn't care, it just is what it is, and that's that. He doesn't need to talk about it, either, as he comes on rather strongly to the people he's interested in. He doesn't take detours. He just does his thing and doesn't care. He's been teased about it in school before, but he didn't care about that either. He actually doesn't care about anything, so.
Félix Villedieu prefers the ladies, but if it's alive and human, well, he's not going to say no, is he? He is heteroflexible, I would say. He likes to dress in drag, but not actually perform as a drag queen, just flirt with people on the street and make everyone super uncomfortable. His feminine alter ego is Priscilla de Sade. He does it for the lulz. Fun fact: he owns a gimp suit.
Félix has no complexes whatsoever, and doesn't like to classify himself all that much. Basically, he feels like he'd do anything to get off. He just does his thing, and as with any other area of his life, he couldn't care less if anyone was offended. However, half the stunts he pull, whether sexual or otherwise, are purely for the shock value. For instance, as an 18 year old, he was once interviewed by a tabloid and decided to declare that he used to be a woman, which, well, isn't true. But it's fun and shocking, so he does it.
Viliam Reznik is gay and a massive flirt. He tends to prefer bears, really, and older biker guys, but you guys only ever make young chars so I have no bears to throw at the guy. He keeps fit and calls people "sunshine" and absolutely lives for Hugo Boss and Armani, and other high end brands. He too prefers one night stands.
Viliam is incredibly flamboyant. He doesn't yell to everyone that he's gay, but he doesn't need to, either. He came out when he was about twenty, and he's in his late fourties now, but his parents still think it's just a phase. Well, it's not, and he's never been happier in his life than since he came out, since he now hangs out in bars and all that fun stuff. Viliam is a hedonist and lives for the finer pleasures of life, and at the same time, and he isn't one for commitment.
Tomas Reznik is bisexual and gets laid A LOT. He doesn't date anyone, though, he just enjoys sleeping around and has a ton of friends with benefits. He is generally good friends with the people he sleeps with, but it doesn't go further. He doesn't date, and while he does believe in love, and all, he doesn't think it's for him, and monogamy is not his thing.
Tom is cool with who he is, and so is his family (I mean, his uncle did pave the way in a really flashy way), but he goes to Durmstrang, and that's not a very accepting place, so while he wouldn't deny it if asked, his bisexuality doesn't exactly make for great conversation starters. On the other hand, guys who are questioning themselves always know who to go to... somehow. He likes being friends with the people he sleeps with, and thinks of himself as quite lucky, because seriously, he has twice the options, so come on!
Mateo D'Agostino, because now I will confirm it. Mateo is reaaaaally uptight and secretive about his sexuality, but he does get around every now and then. He is very much in the fetishist and BDSM scene of Berlin, and is very much a sub, but that's all you'll ever find out. Probably. He's very torn about himself, and most of the time hates who he is, also he hates you too.
Mateo's had a traditional upbringing and he's extremely rigid and doesn't unwind a lot (which might explain why it gets so extreme when he does unwind), and generally he sees sexuality as frivolous and a distraction from more important things. As for homosexuality, well, he thinks it's wrong, but he can't ever seem to help it, and so a lot of self-loathing has built up. Instead of saying homophobic things (which he would keep to himself), he'd rather not voice an opinion if the subject does come up. But he is very much against the whole concept. And he knows it's ironic, thanks.
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