He said that you told him how much you love me. About how you feel when I walk into a room. And about how you’ve never doubted for a second that I’m the woman you want to spend the rest of your life with.
-Yuri clearly reacts to Viktor’s body, even though he should be used to naked men considering where he lives.
-The Eros routine as someone trying seduce a playboy…while he tried to win Viktor
-Yuri doesnt say no to Viktori being his boyfriend claiming it’s because he doesn’t like men, but because “he wants Viktor to be Viktor”, which implies that he thinks Viktor would have to be acting to be Yuri’s boyfriend. Meaning this could be about his low self esteem issues
-Yuri states he didn’t want to pursue a relationship once because he doesn’t want one where the other person is crossing a line, or looking down on him…cue him then saying Viktor respects his boundaries, doesn’t put him down when he opens up and the episode showing how he believes in him.
The debate over whether people can change is an interesting one for me to observe because it seems like all I ever do is change. All I ever do is learn from my mistakes so I don’t make the same ones again. Then I make new ones. I know people can change because it happens to me little by little every day. Every day I wake up as someone slightly new. Isn’t it wild and intriguing and beautiful to think that every day we are new?