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On screen romance between women with little to no build up or emotion that result in gratuitous sex scenes that are there for the (male) viewers’ enjoyment  

On screen romance between women that is actually romantic, fleshed out, not overly sexualised and portray the characters as three dimensional people who share a powerful bond and care deeply about each other

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black sails // picspam {1/?}

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                                   You sound exactly like him.  Why is this a problem?

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What’s been going on in this house isn’t just some affair. No. No, it isn’t.

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It’s bad out there. Worse than I anticipated.

  • every other show: bury your gays! you got gays? gotta bury 'em, gays can't be happy!
  • black sails: unbury your gays! bitch you thought we killed him, but he's alive! Here, take this super gay finale while you're at it, too, make ALL THE GAYS happy! Oh wait what's this?? One more gay for the road, guys, you've earned it
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All this will be for nothing. We will have been for nothing. Defined by their histories, distorted to fit into their narrative until all that is left of us are the monsters in the stories they tell their children.

I still can’t believe that Flint’s entire character, his whole persona, his ambitions, his entire life, is canonically based on his romantic love for another man. Literally everything that drives him stems from that love. Everything he’s trying to accomplish, everything he is. Captain Flint is literally a character created by a man who loved another man. And it’s canon.

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When we received that letter informing us of Thomas’ death, the damage wrought by Alfred Hamilton was too much for us to bear. We were angry. We allowed that anger to drive us to a dark deed.