strasznie mi się to podoba, zwłaszcza to jak zrobiłaś cień mu na twarzy, i w ogóle takie vibesy trochę jak z ghibli, bardzo miłe sercu ;A;
aaa dziękuję, bardzo się cieszę <3 nawet nie zauważyłam dopóki tego nie napisałaś, faktycznie, może to właśnie przez ten kapelusz
I found it astounding, really, that D&D read the altar sex scene in the book and were like “hey, let’s make this into a rape scene”. I find it astounding that not one but both of the writers thought that’s a great idea. I find it astounding that the director of the episode just agreed with them on that.
I find it astounding that they looked at Jaime’s character and thought that he would ever rape Cersei, or anyone for that matter. And that they looked at Jaime and Cersei’s relationship that they had since childhood and thought that a scene like that could ever happen with them.
The fact that the scene of last night’s episode exists is just another proof that the characterization of so many book characters is lost on the showrunners. And according to them, showing sexualized violence for shock value, even if it goes completely against the characters is good television.
The scene in the book was a rich, complex look at Jaime and Cersei’s relationship, revealing the deepest aspects of it, symbolizing the marriage that they will never have, showing them in their most intimate, darkest and at the same time brightest moment while the gods look upon them.
The scene in the show was Jaime raping Cersei, and even writing those words in that sequence feels wrong.
It’s okay though, they only ruined my favourite characters in the show canon. I’m alright. I’m alright. I still have the books. it’s okay.
Why have the gods made me love a hateful show
aww thank you <3 it is actually (well, not much bigger one but still) but I wasn’t sure about posting it on my blog
trying to draw your own characters and they look different every time