So basically you’re criticizing something just because you proverbially want the cookie for yourself… Yes, Hugo did compare him to many mythological figures, many of them homosexual. However, it’s a known fact, that in the classical ancient time male/male relations were as popular as cell phones today, it was a bi-homo world… the book only describes Enjolras looking as feminine, not acting as such. Looks don’t make an orientation… when I saw all the E/R I was like “WTF?! Did I read some other book?”… The E/E ship… Can’t say I’m crazy about it, but I’ll take it over E/R any time. True, Enjolras and Eponine don’t interact in the book… And it has that tiny smidgen of sense, that Enjolras would see in Eponine his beloved, tormented and tattered Patria and go for her… In the end, I don’t think you’re a “stupid yaoi fangirl”. I do think however you’re a selfish fan.