when vilde told sana that she can’t have sex and sana quickly corrected her and told her that it’s not that she can’t, but that she rather chooses not to, that was such an important reminder that people who sincerely have religious beliefs and who choose to act according to these beliefs do so because they want to a lot of people seem to think that free will and religious beliefs can’t go hand in hand when they, in fact, absolutely do. this season is going to send the message that sana is independent, her mind is independent, she’s not chained to a chair and being forcibly prevented from doing certain things, she’s not being told what not to do. she simply choses not to. and her choice to not have sex is just as valid as vilde’s choice to have sex
He glanced at Tiberius. What was odder, perhaps, was that Ty was looking at him. Emma remembered Ty, years ago, saying, why do people say ‘look at me’ when they mean ‘look at my eyes’? You could be looking at any part of a person, and you’re still looking at them. But he was looking curiously at Kit’s eyes as if they reminded him of something.