shaming lola for having sex with francis while he and mary were not together
not shaming francis for having sex with olivia while he was engaged to mary
misogyny is also:
shaming mary for having sex with a man who is not her husband
not shaming louis for having sex with a woman who is someone else’s wife (this doesn’t even only apply to his situation with mary, he’s done it so many times)
i haven’t seen it as much in this particular situation, but misogyny is also:
shaming kenna for spending time with antoine
not shaming antione for pursuing someone else’s wife and using his power as king to do so while his wife is sick and dying
i am so done with the sexism in the fandom. just because it was accepted/expected in 16th century france, doesn’t mean it’s okay by today’s standards. it’s kind of just a testament to the fact that we still live in a sexist society. and it kills me to see women treat female characters this way and put male characters on a pedestal. tbh, even though narcisse blackmailed and abused francis, he was respectful enough of estelle not to have sex with her when she wasn’t ready and respectful enough of lola not to take advantage of her while she was high/drunk even though he is interested in her.
the usage of sexist language against characters who do not deserve it and the insensitivity toward a character who was sexually assaultedsickens me.
in short, the writing on the show is painfully shitty, but some people in this fandom are trash and i’m ashamed to be a fan sometimes.
now you see me 2 was amazing but god i’ll never forgive them for not being able to bring henley back even though objectively i know they wouldn’t have created lula if they still had henley because they don’t care about having more than one woman on the team i can’t help dreaming about the two of them interacting