Drew DeMayo - 18 years old - Gay - Single - FC: Nick Jonas -
- “I don’t waste my time with hate.”
After Drew came out in the eighth grade, his family was shocked to say the least. His father didn’t speak to him for three months. His mother, on the other hand, was more accepting. She didn’t care, because he was her baby and whatever made him happy, made her happy. Drew was grateful for her and upset when he had to leave her behind.
In the house, he doesn’t tell people he’s gay because he doesn’t want to be judged. He’ll be living with these people for a while and making all of them avoid him like the plague wasn’t something that he wanted. At all. He just wanted to make friends and be accepted, so when the conversation steers towards love life, Drew tends to change the subject quickly.
Drew actually once had a girlfriend and found out he wasn’t attracted to girls when he was with her. He’s very friendly and always sticks up for his friends no matter what.
Kyle Lindy - 19 years old - Bisexual - Single - FC: Alex Pettyfer - Open
- “I’m still a person!”
Once high school started, Kyle knew he wasn’t something everyone else thought was normal. He was attracted to the girls, but he also found himself attracted to the boys as well. It took him two years to come in terms with the fact that he was bisexual. He keeps it a secret, however, pretending to be full on straight but being locked up in a house with a bunch of people threatens to being out his secret.
Girls love him and his looks, so they are constantly flirting with him. He flirts back, but he feels awkward and never plans on getting in a relationship with any of them. A one night stand, maybe, but never dating. Honestly, he can’t ever see himself marrying a woman and having children. That’s just not him.
He’s a tough guy and hates it when people get bullied for being “different.” So if he ever sees anyone else getting hate for being themselves, he will do something about it, because it really hits home for him. He sent one kid to the hospital for making fun of him.
Arianne Talleco - 17 years old - Straight - Single - FC: Erica Dasher - Open
- “I don’t listen to the beat of my heart. I prefer the beat of a drum.”
Arianne is always called Arianna. She’s extremely shy and doesn’t have the guts to tell people that her name is actually Arianne with an E, not an A. Arianne may be shy, but she is very determined and talented, expressing herself through her dancing. She’s a dancer and a very talented one at that. People will always see her with her headphones in her ears, dancing along to the pop tunes. But because of her shyness, she refuses to let anyone see her dance. The only one who saw was Ryan Hamilton and that’s because he just so happened to be walking by when she was dancing in one of the halls.
Arianne made friends with Ryan after that, but she doesn’t dance in front of him. She doesn’t know him well enough, but maybe that could change. Ryan’s the closest thing to a best friend she’s ever had and for that, she’s grateful.
Tristan McMally - 17 years old - Straight - Single - FC: Niall Horan - Open
- “When life gives you lemons, throw them back and demand justice!”
Tristan always looked up to his father and always wanted to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a lawyer. He would watch what his father did extra carefully, remembering every detail of everything that went on. Well, that usually comes with a photographic memory. Tristan, out of everyone in the Glass House, has the highest sense of logic. He’s always looking on the logical side of things and gets a lot of people to reconsider things.
He’s great with words, and that’s why he skipped his senior year in high school to go study law. But everything he studied so hard for came crumbling down when he was selected to go to the Glass House. Tristan studies on his time off, thinking that the government will let him become a lawyer in the house if it comes to the point where no one will leave. All he wants is to be like his father. Is that really too much to ask?
Tristan comes from Ireland, though speaks English very well and very fluently. His different accent has girls falling over their own feet, but Tristan doesn’t notice. He’s never had a girlfriend and always gets nervous when talking to girls.
So, we filled all but two of our first batch of females and only one male..I can’t be the only one seeing the problem here. Apply as a male and you’re guaranteed to be loved down.
Plus, I’ll give you a cookie~
Welcome to the Glass House
In the year 3015, the earth is so contaminated that millions of people are dropping dead daily. The government sees the the problem, and comes up with a plan to send the young generation - or the ones who can still reproduce because they weren’t too contaminated - to a safe house made out of glass. Completely out of glass. But this isn’t just any glass - it’s bullet proof glass and it seals them all in from the outside world, keeping them safe.
The Glass House is not like a house, however. It’s almost an indoor earth. There are shops, movies, houses, clubs, etc. The government wants the teens to feel as at home as possible.
But there’s still one question going around - why did the government, out of all the teens in the world, select the ones they did? No one knows, but everyone is trying to find out.
Drama, romance, and secrets will happen in the Glass House. There’s really no avoiding it.
Let’s just hope these kids don’t go completely insane…
Sad admin is sad.
Apply for our open males
And I’ll start accepting soon!~
Connor Dylan - 17 years old - Straight - Single - FC: Justin Bieber -
Open Reserved Taken
- “Shut up.”
Connor was never afraid to speak his mind, no matter who it would hurt. He’s honest, almost brutally honest. If he thought someone looked ugly, he would tell him/her. If he thought someone was fat, he’d say. This leads to him not making many friends in the house, but he doesn’t care. Most of what they say is nonsense to him, anyway.
He’s very flirty and flirts with every girl. The ones who play hard to get are his favorites, and he never leaves those ones alone, no matter how many times they tell him to go away. He doesn’t care - he knows they like it deep down.
Connor, secretly, doesn’t want to be the jerk of the house. He just wants people to know his name after being unknown for the first 14 years of his life. But he will never tell anyone that. Ever.