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just to be very clear that when i express anger towards the straights or drag the straights it absolutely does not include the straight actors who purposely portray their characters as gay whether or not their character is written as such im specifically talking about every other straight in the entire world that isn’t them that is all thank you for your attention
The writers of One Chicago have the tendency to make the first person a main has feelings, or the first ship the fans have endgame. They also enjoy to throw in a relationship with someone else to hide or complicate their feelings.
CF = Dawsey (It was well known about Gabby’s feelings for Casey. Then she dated Mills, before getting with Casey)
CPD = Linstead (It was obvious that they had feelings for each other as stated by “maybe one day” then Lindsay dated Severide before getting with Jay).
MED = Manstead, not canon yet but we all know it is coming. (Will'a feelings for Natalie are vocalized, she’s not ready for him. She dates Clarke, he dates Nina. Her and Clarke break up, him and Nina are on their way to a break up; and soon enough we will have Manstead).
I love my Dawsey and Linstead but I’ve had enough of the trend.
I don’t want Justice to follow this pattern because this isn’t realistic and it’s getting boring for me. I used to love Manstead, then I got Shorestead and now Manstead bores a bit.
I want them to have a platonic mentee/mentor, or sibling-like relationship. For me that would be something new and refreshing to see between main characters.