"(Continued to assert own information as opposed to other's counsel, edited even after told to stop, seemed to be incapable of understanding basic conversations)": So are you saying that everytime someone tells me to do something I should blindly do it without question? "...edited even after told to stop,...":You have not yet given me a thoroughly explained reason why I should stop. "SEEMED TO BE INCAPABLE OF UNDERSTANDING BASIC CONVERSATIONS": YOU SEEMED INCAPABLE OF EXPLANING YOUR POSITION ON A POINT WHEN ASKED TO DURING A DISAGREEMENT!
You are constantly adding assumed information into the article even if Disney never mentioned them. These articles are for the Disney versions only, they are not the same as the myths or their relations. You kept assuming they would be the same. Assumptions are not fact. You were even told you could only post this information in the trivia only, and you ignored this. If you continue, you will receive a block.
Comparing what was the original version of the character's biological relatives and how Disney would have sanitised it. For example Hercules, Hermes and Apollo were not Hera's biological sons in the original stories but Disney would have to make them so, to avoid the idea of spousal infidelity. Likewise Aphrodite, Artemis and Athena were never Hera's biological daughters but once again to avoid referencing cheating on the spouse, they would have to be rendered as such. In the original myths Persephone and Dionysus were the offspring of Zeus and Demeter (one version of Dionysus' story has Demeter as his mother). Considering that Persephone is meant to be the daughter of Demeter by Hades in the Disney verion, then the same must go for Dionysus to avoid spousal infidelity. I am just saying that this would be the most likely way Disney would have altered the biological relationship between the Olympian Gods to make it less controversial.