• Korra the legend of korra lok Asami Sato Korrasami lokedit I woke up this morning and I saw that message from Bryan and I got so emotional I cried for some time and got late to uni because this isn't about your otp winning a stupid fandom ship war; it stopped being about it when korrasami actually happened because it is just so much SO MUCH yes some cartoons did have minor queer couples that they managed to slip in their episodes but it NEVER was about the title character the face of the whole show not in a western media and do you know what are the stories about queer ladies are? these that you as a teenager try to find in secret afraid of family and friends these are the stories in which in 90% of cases women like you struggle for love and acceptance only for a brief moment after which it will all crash down and one of the women will die it's like some cruel lesson that is being repeated over and over again: if you are a queer woman you will never be happy and now seeing Korra final seeing the progression of this relationship and seeing the beautiful point on which they stop... I don't know it just gives you that feeling that maybe everything will be alright and i'm just rambling a lot and i'm sorry i'm just very emotional all over again not sure that i'm even making that much sense oh yes and this is for you anon that asked me to gif something with bryan's quotes •
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