destroy the terms “male” and “female”
when you need medical treatment and they ask you for your biological sex tell them that they’re transphobic scum and deny their gender based treatment
embrace death, do not fear it, there are no genders on the other side, only an empty void which you will float through for eternity.
Y’all need to go outside. Forreal.
As we all know, supernatural creatures are known to be drawn to Beacon Hills. Jordan Parrish is no different.
So i did some research and this is what i came up with of what he is, according to this article.
Faes, also known as fairies are widely known creatures and there are many different types in existence and they are shape-shifters.
Here are the few types that i believe are in Teen Wolf:
- Beansidhe: Originated in Ireland, but faeries who are announcing death are found worldwide. She is also part of other Celtic lore, but is most strongly tied to Ireland. The Beansidhe is also known as Washer of the Shrouds, Banshee (the Anglicized spelling), Cointeach (literally “one who keens”), Cyoerraeth, Gwrach y Rhibyn, and Cunnere Noe.
Her element is water and she appears at night before a death. She is a well known and much feared faery, and sometimes classified as a ghost. She is female and appears in a filmy, full-sized human form with long stringy hair partially covered with a hood, and a whit gown or shroud, and has a wet ghost like appearance. Her keening (mourning wail) is heard at night prior to death and many believe her to be attached to only the old noble families of Ireland, those of Milesian decent.
This is no one other than our lovely, Lydia Martin.
Now Meredith is supposed to be a banshee as well, but I think she is something different.
- Formorians: They originated in Ireland and are also called The Formors. Their element is water and they are found at sea shores at night. They are sea monsters, the survivors of a banished faery race that was driven out of Ireland by the Tuatha De Danann. They have bizarrely misshapen bodies. They do have arms and legs and have been occasionally seen on land. They are very stupid and ill-tempered.
Last night, Parrish said something that stuck with me when i was looking this up earlier.
"I was out on patrol and I found someone walking from the Coast to the High School."
I mean, I could be getting too into things, but Meredith was found at the coast and Formors are found at the sea at night,
And lastly, Deputy Jordan Parrish,
I’ve always had a feeling since the beginning that he was a supernatural. With his lines about aging and being “drawn here”. So here’s my thoughts.
- Sylphs: The sylphs are the air spirits. Their element has the highest vibratory rate of the four (air, earth, fire, water). They live hundreds of years, often reaching one thousand and never seeming to get old. They are said to live on the tops of mountains. The leader of the sylphs is a being called Paralda who is said to dwell on the highest mountain of Earth. Sylphs often assume human form but only for short periods of time. They vary in size from being as large as a human to being much smaller. They are volatile and changeable. The winds are their particular vehicle. They work through the gases and ethers of the Earth and are kindly toward humans. They are usually seen with wings, looking like cherubs or fairies. Because of their connection to air, which is associated with the mental aspect, one of their functions is to help humans receive inspiration. The sylphs are drawn to those who use their minds, particularly those on creative arts
*cough* Lydia *cough*Sylphs are very regal in manner and bearing. Theirs is an ancient and proud legacy, and it is dying out. It is for this reason that they have come down off their mountains and rejoined changeling society in large numbers. If they are to die, then at least they will be remembered for the honor, glory and majesty that is inherent to their kind. Sylphs are loners, content to soar the skies with the eagles. They care little for the machinations and politics of “ground folk”, and they rarely interfere with changeling society. Rarely do they associate with others, but when they do, they usually form bonds that last for life. Sylphs hold their word of honor to be inviolate, and once sworn to protect something, they will defend it to their death.
I don’t think that Parrish being a police officer is a coincidence because they strive to be remembered by honor. What is more honorable than a police officer?
Also, i think there is a reason that he is so intrigued by Lydia. They are drawn to those who use their minds. Duh, Lydia.
As for the whole mental aspect, he is really good at talking people out of things. Per se, Jared with the bomb.
This is my theory.