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Are you serious Hailee Steinfeld?!!? You got me thirsting over 4 characters of yours AT ONCE!?!?!?!?
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From the top:
Vi from Arcane (Netflix)
Emily Dickinson from Dickinson
Hawkeye from Hawkeye (2021)
Spidergwen or Gwen Stacy from Spiderman Across the Multiverse
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somebodyelse16 · 2 days ago
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🎶Oh, for better or for worse
Will death be our last kiss, my love?🎶
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scissoringsappho · 2 days ago
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Hailee Steinfeld picks her roles based on a single criteria:
"Is she gay?"
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natzbep · 2 days ago
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Emily's letter to Sue.
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emisue-khaleesi · 2 days ago
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👑🔥ELLA HUNT IN GOOD MORNING AMERICA!🔥👑
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BOSSY ELLA🛐🔥 SHE TRULY KNOWS THE POWER SHE HAS! DAMN! SHE CAN MAKE GAY EVERYONE! IT'S THAT OUTFIT, THAT POSE AND LOOK...THE LIPS...OMG AND HER HAIR! I'M WEAKKK!💘🔥
*Just that Ella's thing: the pose on the couch! Omg! Too hot! She knows how she does and to kill us!🌈*
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chaerene · a day ago
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DICKINSON 3x07 – The Future Never Spoke
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morallygrey13 · 2 days ago
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There’s just something about 3.07
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spiderliliez · a day ago
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Hailee Steinfeld (as Emily Dickinson) Ella Hunt (as Sue Gilbert) Adrian Enscoe (as Austin Dickinson) SUE GILBERT DURING HER SISTER’S FUNERAL. And the future in front of her, the two Dickinsons of her life. From the biopic-comedy series, DICKINSON (2019) [+] SUE & EMILY ❤
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It gets to me that Sue told Emily it was going to rain (but we don't see it) before Emily said she couldn't kiss her. And that it rained when we saw their first kiss at the same spot in S01E01 ... and I don't know why
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dreamerdiving · a day ago
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when sarah fier said “i was not alive before now anyways,” and when sue gilbert said, “when i’m with you, that is the only time i feel alive,” and when celia st james said, “i loved you so much that i thought you were the meaning of my life.”
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alexzalben · a day ago
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i know someone else asked a little while back about what emily’s sexuality was but does last weeks episode confirm she’s a lesbian (at least in the show)? and if so what does that mean about her relationship with ben, where she actually seemed into it/told him she loved him/kissed kim?
I tend to - even with fictional characters - not define them unless they define themselves. The conversation with Sylvia Plath certainly seemed to strongly indicate that if Emily knew the word "lesbian" that is how she would have defined herself. I also might posit that since the word was not in Emily's lexicon at that point in real life, most likely, the show won't label her in a way she wouldn't have been able to label herself.
And as for the Ben thing, look, plenty of people who identify one way think because of societal pressures or otherwise that they are something other than what they are. Emily clearly feels very deeply about the people she cares about, and men-wise that includes (in different ways) Ben, Sam, and Frazar. Sometimes those feelings are hard to define, sometimes they feel like love but aren't, sometimes they get mixed up in sex but aren't sexual.
The short version, I don't think what Emily felt for Ben precludes her being a lesbian; but I also don't think you'll get a definite answer from the show, because history doesn't give us one.
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borinhoran · 2 days ago
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my friend and i were talking about fancams and i made a joke that was like “where’s the mambo no. 5 dickinson fancam?” and apparently i will go to great lengths for a joke bc i now present to you the mambo no. 5 dickinson fancam
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time-passes-byy · a day ago
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Sure the whole "Kiss me" "I can't" and the "It's sue. It's always been sue. I love sue" scenes are great but like is anyone gonna mention that emily was growing the weed in her conservatory?
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And that the real Emily actually put it in her herbarium. What a legend.
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howtoreadacalendar · 2 days ago
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I see so many people taking Emily's side in this whole thing but uh....Sue has been explicitly clear all season that she needs more than just Emily's poems. And Emily is surprised every time she says it
Disclaimer: this is a no discourse zone (!) and by that I mean the discourse is a dot to me; I don't see it, I don't know it.
Me any time someone references things other people think/feel about my current hyperfixation:
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But!!! Emily!!!!
Sweet angel, you have the hot palpable pulse of the heart of Sue in your hands!! She's putting it all on the table for you!! Austin who???? Send him to war!! Tangle yourself in the orchard and BE DONE WITH IT.
Joking aside, I think this is the core of their drama this season:
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Sue has unabashedly shown Emily she loves her. Not just verbally, but in every action. Every interaction. Even in conversations that don't necessitate any mention of Emily or the relationship between the two of them. Sue just gravitates back to Emily (see: Sue thinking Mr Dickinson was referring to her very obvious lesbian nuclear family with Emily). To Sue, Emily is the sun.
Whereas, despite Emily's 'I can't...without you' speech, her actions have demonstrated otherwise. To Emily, Sue is the moon. (Swear not by the moon! Which waxes and wanes.) I'm interested in 'I can't' being Emily's anaphora this season. I imagine it is leading us to an 'I can' and I am READY FOR THAT.
But she's needed to reckon with this statement from Sue. What is wrong with this love? Emily is smart. So there must be a part of her that sees this world built so opposite to a world in which she and Sue can be in love and think, is this wrong? No one is safe from that. And Sue is forcing her with this question to turn her eye inward. Emily, who spends her time looking out, looking on from her window, looking at her family, looking for ways to help and find hope, and reaching and reaching and reaching.
I'm hoping that the next step for her is finding her way home to herself and to Sue and to love.
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