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1 year ago on Best of Matt Smith: Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS
1 year ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Power of Three
1 year ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Angels Take Manhattan
1 year ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Rings of Akhaten
1 year ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Snowmen
1 year ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Bells of Saint John
1 year, 1 month ago on Best of Matt Smith: Asylum of the Daleks
Idk, I really loved this episode. 9/10
1 year, 1 month ago on Best of Matt Smith: Closing Time
@bringmeknitting @HermionePond Um because fancying someone does not equal being sexually attracted to someone. Sexual and romantic attraction can exist separately, and while the Doctor certainly is capable of being romantically attracted to people (and things besides people, I imagine), he is not capable of experiencing sexual attraction towards anyone? And anyways, who wouldn't like someone who looks like Matt Smith! He is asexual, Moffat's confirmed it in at least one interview, though I thinks he's confirmed it twice. Anything having to do with asexuality hardly gets any publicity, so you have to dig and know where to look to find these interviews. (The ones I'm talking about now are actual sound interviews I heard so I know the information is credible.)
1 year, 1 month ago on Doctor Who and Sexuality
@Moxx I watched 'em in the dark at like 1 am and was TOO SCARED to turn them off, too scared to move! I tried rewatching but was shaking so much with anticipation and such after ten minutes that I shut it off and have never tried to watch again.
1 year, 1 month ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Rebel Flesh / The Almost People
@yoshfiction @HermionePond Okay, I get your point about other sexualities, but asexuality could easily be present in any other species from any other location. Other sexualities (except for pansexuality) might not make sense because other planets would potentially have a different gender setup and assortment. But seeing as asexuality is basically the lack of a sexuality, it still fits and make sense.
I loved these episodes but they're too scary for me to rewatch....
@Amy the Consulting Commentator Holy frick just because someone has had sex does not mean they are not asexual??? Honestly. And after said interview where he called Sherlock abstinent he corrected himself and has since described him as asexual in three interviews. And Benedict Cumberbatch called Sherlock asexual. The truth is right before your eyes...
@Amy the Consulting Commentator No, in a podcast (about Sherlock, I think) he said that the Doctor and Sherlock were the most asexual characters in existence. Also, there was another interview where he confirmed the Doctor as asexual. Also, Matt Smith describes him as such! Face the facts.
I just love how the Doctor is asexual like I suspected it forEVER but I thank Moffat for confirming it.
1 year, 1 month ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Vampires of Venice