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That's still homophobia. No one has any right to judge whether gay people are ''wrong'' in their choices. You either accept us on equal footing with heterosexual people or you're homophobic. Period.
1 day, 9 hours ago on Addressing the Deep Breath Kiss
1. Don't assume you can speak for all homosexual women. 2. ''haha, men are such silly monkeys'' isn't ''anti'' male. it's a joke.
... only in the case of a homosexual couple, though. Interesting.
I'm... sorry... but trying to save someone you love is... illogical?
1 day, 8 hours ago on Addressing the Deep Breath Kiss
Congratulations on your latent homophobia.
What? people are mad that a lesbian character chose to show dedication to her loved one in a time of crisis? Okaaaay.
people who use this ''dominatrix'' nonsense are just projecting their own issues with women, IMO.
3 days, 3 hours ago on Introducing the “Gatekeeper”: Who is She?
How the hell is she a dominatrix? How is Clara, Mrs Hudson, Molly Hooper, Sally Sparrow etc. ''dominatrix'' types characters?
Right, because River is exactly the type of person to cavort around in a garden like that.
Flirting is not the same as being romantically in love.
they're not low.
3 days, 4 hours ago on Deep Breath UK Ratings
''The scene seems to have divided fans, some feeling it undermined Capaldi’s Doctor.'' one or two idiots have been whining about it on Gallifrey Base, you mean.
3 days, 12 hours ago on Moffat on THAT Deep Breath Cameo
''Throughout Deep Breath there was a little running “gag”, how Clara views the Doctor as her boyfriend.'' Well... no, the point of that was that she *doesn't* see him that way...
3 days, 12 hours ago on Introducing the “Gatekeeper”: Who is She?
@DasManiac watch Torchwood if you lack the self-esteem to enjoy children's programming for it's own sake.
5 days, 12 hours ago on Deep Breath Spoiler-Free Review
I reckon it'll be a character that has never actually been in the show, but through the power of wordplay, ''making a return'' will still be technically true.
5 days, 22 hours ago on Moffat Teases “Major Foe” For Series 8
squeals with uncontained joy
1 week ago on “Doctor Who Extra” Announced
Yes, when a show is _50 years old_, you're bound to find similarities between eras.
1 week, 3 days ago on Is Doctor Who History Repeating Itself?
Because a] the length of TV time slots is decided by the BBC, not by tv show producers, the producers have to work with what they are allowed and b] he's talking about doing short, self-contained *episodes*, not prequels. that was literally the point of what he was saying when he said ''they're not prequels''.
3 weeks ago on Moffat: Big Plans For Future Online Episodes
''He Said, She Said'' was much more a piece of visual poetry than a TV episode. You couldn't really do that sort of thing in a normal TV episode. That's why this online expansion is so great -- you can be far more experimental than when you're restricted to a 45 minute adventure story. <p>
Steven Moffat cut his professional teeth on Press Gang, not Coupling.
3 weeks ago on Capaldi Doesn’t Expect to be a Heartthrob Doctor
Some men, too.
3 weeks, 1 day ago on Capaldi Doesn’t Expect to be a Heartthrob Doctor
... all TV is a spectacle. Of course it's a natural progression to move to a bigger screen for a bigger spectacle.
3 weeks, 3 days ago on Does Deep Breath Really Deserve a Theatrical Release?
... Are you even British? Have you actually seen people complaining about this or are you argueing about nothing?
1. I've seen people argueing about this on gallifrey base and you're wrong. The [very few] people who had an issue with it had an issue because ''playing it at the cinema makes it less ~special~ waaahh''
2. I don't think you understand how the license fee actually works. Neither to the people complaining about the license fee, if that is in fact the majority of complaints.
The only person i see getting angry here is you, oddly enough.
Clara is too mainstream now. I liked her better when she was obscure.
3 weeks, 4 days ago on Popular / Unpopular Opinion: Clara Oswald
''Those saying that Clara is just a useless companion, then you couldn’t be more wrong''. Pretty much.
No he didn't. The Moment met the War Doctor before Nine even existed.
3 weeks, 4 days ago on Capaldi’s Familiar Face Addressed in a Low-key Way
I feel like he should employ someone to follow him around with a neon sign saying ''HE'S BEING SARCASTIC''.
1 month ago on Moffat Questions “Twelfth Doctor” Title
''Deus Ex Machina: plot device whereby a seemingly unsolvable problem is suddenly and abruptly resolved by the contrived and unexpected intervention of some new event, character, ability or object''. By virtue of the fact that the sonic screwdriver is _already long established in the show_, it cannot be a deus ex machina.
1 month, 1 week ago on Doctor Who’s Biggest Deus Ex Machina
''Maybe this is what Moffat has got planned and he’s subtly trying to prepare us?'' No. Goodness, people have really misunderstood what he was asking. He wasn't suggesting that the Doctor was human or related to humans at all. He was asking in which episode the Doctor was first defined as an alien, because the original production crew were wishy-washy on the Doctor's backstory. Argh, argh.
1 month, 4 weeks ago on An Earthly Gallifrey
Joss Whedon hasn't made a decent show since Buffy.
1 month, 4 weeks ago on Moffat: Who says the Doctor is NOT human?
He's not suggesting the Doctor IS human. He's asking when he definitively states that he's NOT, for a bit of fun. Sheesh.
2 months ago on Moffat: Who says the Doctor is NOT human?
But some eccentric people are referred to as aliens, or refer to themselves as aliens. :P I call myself an alien all the time.
What will happen is that ''the search for Gallifrey'' will play out in the background of the regular adventures. That is exactly what it was designed for, and what Moffat said will happen.
2 months ago on Why Bringing Back Gallifrey Is Right…
One, that's not his only quote on the subject, but I don't want to go googling for the specific one I'm referring to in case I run into screeching anti-Moffat blogs;
Two, that's still a far cry from ''He will absolutely find Gallifrey in the near future. This is a confirmed FACT.''
''Regardless of if you agree or disagree with the debate, Gallifrey at
some point in the not too distant future will return. For the first time
since the show’s revival it’s no longer a likely possibility – but a
confirmed certainty.'' No, it is not. Sorry, but Moffat said himself that the Doctor was unlikely to ever actually find the planet. Having the POSSIBILITY of finding it is a motivation, it gives him a reason to do what he does.
... Are you sure you're using the term ''objective'' correctly here, because as far as I know, there is no ''objective'' way to measure levels of attractiveness.
2 months ago on Colin Baker: Tennant & Smith Brought Female Fans to Doctor Who
The voting sample was only 90,000 people. Out of 20+ million fans, worldwide. So... no, sorry, it says nothing about who's in the majority.
2 months ago on Doomsday Farewell Declared Greatest Sci-Fi Moment
I love it when people accuse ''the fangirls'' of being shallow and then prattle on about how ''weird'' looking the actors are, as if that isn't shallow itself.
''I'm just parroting opinions'' that's probably correct.
2 months ago on Moffat: Handsome Actors don’t suit the Doctor
Simply repeating the assumption that ''boys like sci fi and girls like romance!!!11'' isn't actually proof that your argument is correct. You need, like, solid evidence.
I've analyzed the show inside and out predominantly with women. Maybe you're not seeing girls on forums because the rampant sexism in fandom puts them off.
Can people quit assuming that girls don't like sci fi and only watch for the characters? Seriously, it's an absolutely ludicrous assumption, and you have no proof to back up the claim that the gender demographics of the show have changed.
Someone who actually gets it. Thank goodness.
2 months, 2 weeks ago on Why Bringing Back Gallifrey is Wrong
They're not bringing back Gallifrey any time soon. Moffat and Co have made this abundantly clear. The promise of Gallifrey being somewhere out in the Universe simply provides the Doctor with a motivation.
Nobody seems to know how to use the Bechdel test properly or what it's for.
Also, how the hell does Donna get 100%? Are you seriously kidding me?
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Sexism and Doctor Who: The Truth
Oh go away, that is completely untrue.Why is it always men who accuse Moffat of being ''unable'' to write ''female personalities''? What do you know about being female?
3 months, 2 weeks ago on Moffat: Handsome Actors don’t suit the Doctor
@VortexDan he's talking metaphorically. from an audience standpoint. he doesn't mean characters within the show won't flirt with each other.
@VortexDan Dear God, I hope you're being facetious.
3 months, 3 weeks ago on Who Mysteries: What Happened to the Kovarian Chapter?
The question is, though, would she WANT to come back after the appalling way the fandom treated her?
''I’ve always been confused why Helen Raynor’s talent and devotion to
Doctor Who in the past seems to be remarkably underestimated by fans
She's a woman, and sci-fi fandom has a particularly vicious misogynistic faction. There's your answer.
3 months, 3 weeks ago on Bring Back… Helen Raynor