question - is Sherlock in “Elementary” asexual?
(because that is probably the most common assumption based on his characterization in the original work although I think you could argue that had more to do with good old Victorian-era sexism on ACD’s part, Holmes thinking women just get in the way~ etc., etc. but we could debate that for ages ANYWAYS)
and if he’s not, does that deter you in any way/do you view it as problematic?
I just went to the “kock” tag. I’m sorry.
oh man now I’m having flashbacks to that POPC class when our GTA was like OK NOW WE’RE GOING TO TALK ABOUT FANDOMS. AND SLASH. HERE IS A POWERPOINT and then we were assigned Spock and Kirk porn for reading and I was like this is not real life and also I have the best minor ever
that GTA also introduced that class to the crazy concept that lesbians aren’t more accepted than gay men THEY’RE JUST SEXUALIZED. so many young minds were blown in that class.
regala-electra replied to your post: ok but why isn’t the ship name for kirk and spock…
sincere answer: the reason why we call it slash is because of the / between kirk/spock.
ok yes with my fancy minor in popular culture I know Kirk/Spock was like THE BEGINNING OF SLASH and stuff but I didn’t know that’s where the name “slash” came from very cool very cool
wait so what i’m gathering is that the n00bs do that, then???