Clexa shippers talk about and love Costia. We write stories and headcanons about Costia and Lexa and what they meant to each other. Blarke shippers basically pretend Gina never existed. They never really talk about how important Gina was to Bellamy after Mount Weather and how she brought him peace and comfort. How she knew about how his mom read him stories from the Iliad and gave him the book. How with her dying breath she helped save Raven and Sinclair.
Furthermore, most Clexa shippers don’t hate on Niylah even though she slept with Clarke. Most of us actually love Niylah! We love her because she was caring and kind to Clarke and she is just an amazing character. We see the importance Niylah played in Clarke’s life over those 3 months and being a friend to her and provided her comfort. She was person that reminded Clarke of her humanity. All I see coming from Blarkers is that both Niylah and Lexa were manipulative people that were basically just ‘bed warmers’ for Bellamy and Blarke.
Bellamy, Gina, Clarke, Lexa, etc. deserve better than Blarkers.
E!Online recently did a small interview with Bob and Eliza just to keep the hype going for S4 during production, and I’m honestly surprised about how receptive they were??? Hold up
“Upon being asked if Bellamy and Clarke had any chance at mending their tumultuous relationship in S4, Bob nodded. ‘I think they’re working toward something more, something more complex. Bellamy’s been through so much, at this point, he just needs a rest. He needs someone to lean on, and Clarke can give him that.’”
“Eliza seems to think differently. “I don’t think they’re working up to anything, actually. Anything happening so soon would just feel too rushed, and forced–especially with a person who’s honestly just a friend to Clarke, and has a rather questionable relationship with her in general, anyway, and considering she has her own pressures to shoulder it would be too much for her, I think.’”
But I mean… Who cares what Eliza says lmao bye
E! Online crammed it into a video, so here’s thelink.