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"it’s the second time they turn a consensual sex scene into a rape scene"

oh yeah i forgot that danny/drogos sex scene was absolutely appropriate since she was 14 years old

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littleredsupernaturalwolf:

clockworkjester:

cordelias-coriander-condiment:

Who else misses Tumblr before it was this?

I miss the days when you could literally say whatever the fuck you wanted on this site without being invaded by a swarm of greyfaced idiots.

Those were good times.

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conandoyles:

also i don’t get the thing where people are claiming that the show producers are rape apologists bc they made a rape scene??? are you kidding me we had a far worse rape scene in s1

AND GOD FORBID HAVE A RAPE SCENE IN A TV SHOW WHERE CHILDREN AND ADULTS ARE MURDERED/TORTURED CRUELLY ALL THE TIME

  1. msmorstans said: what i personally find problematic is that the director is saying that it “was consensual by the end since everything is a power play with the two of them” when it clearly wasn’t. she was literally saying “no” up until it faded out.

yeah well but i think the people perpetuating that “it was consensual in the books” are just as bad as the producers “defending it” (which i actually didn’t even know they were defending it)

it wasn’t consensual in the books either but people are defending their incest ship/favorite character based on them when it’s basically the same thing

the only problem is that in the show it was worse

also i don’t get the thing where people are claiming that the show producers are rape apologists bc they made a rape scene??? are you kidding me we had a far worse rape scene in s1

AND GOD FORBID HAVE A RAPE SCENE IN A TV SHOW WHERE CHILDREN AND ADULTS ARE MURDERED/TORTURED CRUELLY ALL THE TIME

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fans of asoiaf that read the books and think that it wasn’t a rape scene in the books are more the problem than the show producers who clearly made it a rape scene

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bakingbiologist:

Okay let me be the first to say that scene was FUCKED UP. For reals, it was rape and I am not denying that. HOWEVER for those of you saying that the scene was completely out of character and Jamie would NEVER do that I suggest you re-read the scene in the book. And I mean REALLY re-read it because it’s not far off from where the show took it. Here’s the passage in question:

"There was no tenderness in the kiss he returned to her, only hunger. Her mouth opened from his tongue. ‘No…not here. The septons…’ ‘The Others can take the septons.’…She pounded on his chest with feeble fists, muttering about the risk, the danger, about her father, about the septons, about the wrath of the gods. He never heard her.”

That right there is sexual assault (at this point he hadn’t penetrated her). She is pounding on his chest trying to get him to stop and he just ignores her. “He never heard her”. He’s not thinking about Cersei, he’s thinking about himself. Just because it is followed up with this: 

“Hurry,” she was whispering now, “quickly, quickly, now, do it now, do me now. Jaime Jaime Jaime.” Her hands helped guide him. “Yes,” Cersei said as he thrust, “my brother, sweet brother, yes, like that, yes, I have you, you’re home now, you’re home now, you’re home.”

Does NOT mean that he was not sexually assaulting her in the beginning. She still said no and he continued anyway. Her giving consent after a while does not negate the fact that she resisted him and he continued anyway. He was going to have sex with her whether she wanted to or not, it just so happens that she eventually changed her mind. EVENTUALLY. NOT RIGHT AWAY. Also let me point out that this scene is from Jamie’s POV so we only see what he sees. 

Honestly, if the show had portrayed it like the book I think it would have been a bigger controversy. What kind of message would that send? That if you ignore her lack of consent and keep going anyway she’ll eventually want it? And yes I know this is a fantasy show, not real life, but people are freaking out (rightfully) over this rape scene while romanticizing the book scene that was just as fucked up IMO. Let’s not pretend the book painted the scene as some romantic, loving act between two people. Both scenes started out the same, the only difference is in the book Cersei eventually consents. 

And let me state again that both scenes are NOT OKAY. I’m not defending the show scene, I’m just saying that it wasn’t far off from the book. 

So in “Redbeard,” as it’s formed on the soundtrack album, you actually hear in the distance the Watson chords on brass as Sherlock is ascending the staircase because it’s really John… it’s the connection with John that’s giving him the motivation to recover from that situation, so that’s one of the first times really that I can remember, I’m sure I’ll be wrong, where we’ve actively been using the Watson’s chords in a different orchestration.
- Micheal Price, composer of BBC’s Sherlock in his interview with Mary Jo Watts (mid0nz)

dbowkercreative:

Friendly reminder that current show runner Steven Moffat and former show runner Russell T Davies are friends and worked together for years.

Friendly reminder that current show runner Steven Moffat and Big Finish Executive Producer Nick Briggs are friends, The name “Big Finish” even came from an episode of “Press Gang” which Moffat was co-writer on.

Friendly reminder that current show runner Steven Moffat brought back Paul McGann and that Paul was so grateful and called it his “Birthday present”

Friendly reminder that current show runner Steven Moffat had Colin back to narrate the behind the scenes feature for Day of the doctor

Friendly reminder that current show runner Steven Moffat was both in Peter Davison’s “The five(ish) Doctors” and was an executive producer on it

Now you can think what you want about Steven Moffat’s work but please stop trying to imply other people involved in Doctor Who dislike the man and keep badmouthing him because it’s simply not true.

Stop putting words in people’s mouth’s it’s uncool.