Charlotte Brontë was bi, you know. Do you think a straight woman would write a line like “I am no bird; and no net ensnares me”? Get real, James. My three-year-old bi niece knows Charlotte Brontë was bi. So was Jane Eyre. So was Edward Rochester. So was Diana and Mary and their cottage. So was Adèle. So was Bertha Mason. Every character Charlotte Brontë wrote was bi. Except for St. John Rivers. St. John was straight. Go figure.
What did you think of the writers choice to include an Oscar Wilde quote from a play all about deception ( he was also arrested for being gay in 1895, coincidentally the number johns blog was stuck at and the time TAB is set in) and the song I want to break free written by another queer icon in the episode, along with what I now presume where all the gay jokes made on the show. Everyone closest to Sherlock presuming he's gay, people calling them a couple, the two bedrooms thing Mrs Hudson said