Hey guess what I’ve been thinking about again also. Did you guess CSA rhetoric? Because the answer is CSA rhetoric.
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Bad things about spending the night of Christmas Eve entirely alone: listening to a dramatic podcast and getting all worked up about your favorite scumbag character almost dying and then turns out he’s aliiiiiive he’s aliiiiiive but then even more bad things happen and there aren’t any episodes after that and you’re left all emotionally hecked up about it with no one around to have a live conversation about it arghhhhh. Normally I could at least text someone but it’s Christmas Eve! Christmas freaking Eve! People are all doing their Christmas Eve things with their Christmas Eve people and don’t have time to be checking their phones and crap.
(he’s alive he’s alive he’s alive but now he’s in deep water and why’d you have to do that man arghhh)
[cw: implied CSA under one interpretation; Steven Universe spoilers for Season 1 & 2]
Y’all. C’mon. Not this fusion = sex thing again.
Remember when I talked about Fiona, the character brought in as Sherlock’s love interest on Elementary? Here’s a little more of that.
[tw: sex as a point of contention]
Probably the best meta I’ve seen on Hamilton is this, to which I have nothing of value to add. But I do want to talk about the relationship between Angelica and Eliza just for a bit.
[tw: transmisogyny, incest]
But when we’re fictionalizing someone who was famously the “Virgin Queen,” most of that fictionalizing will center around one thing: “Come on. We know she’s f***ing someone. Who is she reeeeaaally schtupping? Because it had to be someone, right?”
I’m not the only one who noticed this, I see. Glad to hear it acknowledged. Not glad that this thread carries through more depictions than I was even aware of, though.