Adults dating adults is not a problem. Like I'm 22 and if I wanna date a 50yo that's my prerogative
you'll turn 30 someday, and then feel grossed out by the concept of dating even a 22 year old, realizing how huge the chasm is between those life stages.
and then you'll think of it again in a few years, and again. the more time goes by, the more you feel like college-aged kids really do seem like "kids". and then you'll be 44, and the idea of men your age dating girls as young as 20 will make you nauseous, because they'll mostly look like kids to you. in appearance, but even moreso in behavior.
middle-aged men (particularly famous men) consistently dating women as young as possible without being illegal is not a situation of "adults dating adults", it's a pattern in a pedophilic society that says that 18 year old girls are the hottest and most desireable, women are old when they turn 26, and it's "totally normal" for men to lust after girls who are young enough to be their biological children
please re-prioritize why you felt the need to justify a celebrity's pattern of dating women who are barely even old enough to drink, to me, a person who is not your friend.
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The episodes where Dean and Cas are most blatantly written as a romance are as follows:
6x20- The Man Who Would Be King
7x17- The Born-Again Identity
8x07- A Little Slice of Kevin
8x17- Goodbye Stranger
9x06- Heaven Can’t Wait
11x18- Hell’s Angel
12x10- Lily Sunder Has Some Regrets
12x19- The Future
13x01- Lost and Found
13x05- Advanced Thanatology
15x03- The Rupture
15x09- The Trap
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Just some musings people can ignore, but it's something I've noticed when I mention Asra is non binary.
Asra isn't very androgynous, uses he/him pronouns most of the time, and it isn't said word-for-word in the story, so I completely understand why people would think he's a man. I don't blame people at all for thinking that, especially when it's not something people pick up on unless they're looking for it.
But I find it weird how many people when they hear it, flat out reject it, mostly because he isn't androgynous. I get people who criticise the story for not explicitly saying he's non binary, but saying he can't be non binary because he doesn't fit an aesthetic or use the "non binary pronouns" feels a bit strange to insist
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By far the best joke this fandom has is what the bad Netflix adaptation would change.
My personal favorites are:
Making Bad edgy because demon.
Awful Puffy X Fem!Skeppy X Bad love triangle
Niki is that female character everyone has a crush on because a pretty girl cannot simply exist without having every male character in love with them.
Tubbo is a naive baby and all his choices are chalked up to that instead of the fact he’s teenager who was put in a ridiculous place of power
Fem!George X Dream
Fem!George doesn’t show up to events because Dream keeps her away from the battles to keep her safe but instead of it being done in a “he cares about her 🥺” way it’s done in a “wow he treats her like a child who cannot defend herself.” way.
Jschlatt is a one sided bad guy who probably is killed by Wilbur before Wilbur dies. Big bad dies in dramatic way and no one faces consequences of committing murder because Wilbur died.
Also (c!)Jschlatt was probably still sexist to (c!)Niki but there was also some weird one sided love interest shit going on
Of course Schlatt is rejected time and time again (of course he doesn’t take no as an answer, he’s the bad guy) because Niki’s in love with Wilbur.
Ranboo’s Anxity and memory issues are demonized to hell and back, painting him as an unstable dangerous shady character.
That or Ranboo it’s completely infantilized because of it.
Karl’s turned into this weird play boy and his relationship (I think they’re married in the smp? Maybe engaged?) with Sapnap is is completely ignored.
I’d make Sapnap Fem!Sapnap to get a Fem!Sapnap x Fem!Quackity X Karl love triangle but we can’t have too many female characters don’t be ridiculous.
Either battered wife fem!Quackity or they get ride of the abuse aspect of his and Schlatt’s relationship and have Quackity betray Schlatt because he wanted the power Schlatt had.
The Bechdel test (A test for fiction on whether a work features at least two women who talk to each other about something other than a man.) is failed.
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