korra and mako kiss

  • Korra: so when did you and Wu get together?
  • Mako: We're not? I'm just his body guard??
  • Korra: But I saw you two holding hands just the other day
  • Mako: He get's lost easily so it's just easier this way
  • Korra: Mako he called you babe
  • Mako: He likes nicknames
  • Mako: It's just a precautionary measure we take to see if I taste any poison on his lips. you can never be to careful
  • Korra: ....Asami heard you two "getting intimate" when she walked passed your room last night.
  • Mako: He and I are just very close work partners

anonymous asked:

Ugh I just saw this post about Aang being possessive and Kataang being abusive and I just...mind going on a "Kataang is the purest of ships" tangent for me?

I don’t have much time friend, so I’ll just say that to me, clearly, this was not the intent of the show nor I would argue even seen. 

He was JEALOUS a bit, sure, but I’d argue him getting upset after being treated like a joke, both in his own life and Katara’s in the play, plus watching Katara being used as a sexual object for other men in said play, and then walking out is less jealous than Zuko literally punching a guy and throwing him across a room for just talking to his girlfriend, or Katara huffing away when girls talked to Aang.

Less problematic than Mako cheating on both his girlfriends, or Korra kissing Mako when she knows he’s with Asami AND that Bolin likes her. 

Basically, the show literally tried to put these characters in less than ideal situations to say “YO THIS IS NOT IDEAL,” and how to properly handle situations. 

We also see Aang refuse to fire bend for 3 season just because he accidently hurt Katara and back off her when she told him to. Him saying “My girl” in a daydream, to me, is sort of the same as saying “my girlfriend,” I dunno, I really doubt sweet, everyone should be free, I believe Katara is a master and can kick your ass Aang literally felt she belonged to him. Ever. 

Especially considering we see, even after their marriage, she did not convert to anything Air Nomad culture and he never seemed too bothered by that. 


The end. 


Korrasami Analysis: Relationship "Health"

Anon ask #1: In your opinion, what makes Korrasami a healthier ship in general than Makorra/Masami? I have no hate for Mako but it was pretty clear that his relationships with Korra and Asami were unhealthy. What do you think sets Korrasami apart from that to make it a healthier relationship?

Anon ask #2: I saw a post somewhere saying that Korra and Asami doesn’t work because Korra let Asami to yell at her and she didn’t do anything and saying it wasn’t Korra. Saying that they don’t have conflict like mako and Korra (even katara and Aang argue) did where after they argue they get over it and saying Asami takes grudges and stuff and I’m like what. Do they know that Korra need one thing that doesn’t bring conflict to her life like being an avatar is? And that’s Asami who supportive all the way.

These two are very much related, because the “issue” raised with Korrasami in ask#2 gets at why it is that they work so well. I can’t believe anyone would view that argument as a bad sign for a relationship.

Before I jump into this, I will say I’m hardly the arbiter of what makes a happy, healthy relationship. But what I can do is look at characterization and hopefully explain how certain dynamics play into the emotional needs of the individuals.

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