Everything starts with a lady called Rosalind Lutece
Rosalind loves science and particularly quantum physics. She’s extremely clever and she’s one of the best (if not THE best) at what she does!
Her discoveries made a “miracle” happens (“it’s not a miracle! it’s quantum particules!!!”): A city suspended in space-time at a fixed height! a city floating besides the clouds which will never fall!
One day, while measuring her quantum atom, she noticed that it reacted as if someone was answering or was… doing exactly what she was doing at this very moment to be exact.
Which bring you on the topic of alternative dimensions.
She started communicating with the person on the other side of the field, switching the field on and off like a morse code.
It turned out that this clever person who was able to match rosalind’s cleverness was… Rosalind herself. Or not quite! Robert is Rosalind except he comes from an alternative dimension where, instead of being born with chromosomes XX, he was born with chromosomes XY
Same person with a little variant: their gender.
She ended up making him come to her own universe and made people believe they were twins because they wouldn’t believe them (or they are too dumb, pretty much)
He’s her and she’s him, this isn’t a relation you can call siblings, nor twins, nor relatives, nor clones. No “normal” terms can apply because this relation is impossible to start with.
Rosalind is Robert and Robert is Rosalind, they are the same person. (though they do argue a lot which is hilarious to watch)
et voilà! I hope I made it a little clearer!
I’ve been referring to their relationship as heteroautosexual. Though it may not even be particularly sexual. It may be more along the lines of heteroautoromantic.
WHATEVER IT IS I LOVE IT
alright, hey. i’m a senior in high school and i’m working on my exit project, a six to ten page paper and presentation which i have to complete to graduate. i’m writing on the topic of mental illness and its portrayal in popular media, with a strong focus on how it affects teenagers exposed to said media.
this is where you come in!! i have two things people can help with.
first off, i’m looking for media concerning mental illness, namely. i have a few franchises already in mind, but i need to expand. movies, comics, video games, literally anything will do. how it portrays aneurotypicality is not important - shitty ableist stereotyped movies are as welcome as brilliantly portrayed explorations of brain problems. (i have to discuss all facets of this topic, including harmful ones.) even just the title of the work will suffice, whether it’s sent to me through an ask, a twitter mention (my handle is @killmurders) or an email to firstname.lastname@example.org!!
i am also looking for mentally ill people who are comfortable coming forth and discussing their experiences with me - how they have seen themselves reflected in pop culture, how this has shaped or affected them. if you are interested, please message me privately for my contact information! your words will be anonymous by default if i use the discussion in this project.
please reblog and signal boost this, it will be HUGELY beneficial to my work!!!
Films that are also appropriate for a high school classroom setting:
A Streetcar Named Desire
What About Bob?
Films that may be a little/a lot on the edgy side:
Little Miss Sunshine