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Sep 1 2013, 10:51 AM
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- Aug 31 2013, 07:16 PM
Sami and EJ's past doesn't make them equal. Sami's actions towards EJ were in retaliation of undeserved mindgames, abuse, rape, and torture.
Do the writers really have to rub salt into the wounds by having the victim of multiple rapes "ache" to reward her rapist?Posted Image
Do they honestly have to put that disgusting stuff into an already offensive storyline? What the fuck is the matter with them?
Your offensive is a love story being told to many others......so not one fuck is wrong with them AFAIAC!
It being written as a love story is why it's offensive, so that's why something is wrong with them. Of course, these are the same writers who think Dannifer is a rootable love story too.
in your opinion off course, not canon, like I said, many see it differently.
I donīt believe the writers delibrately trying to offend anyone, they are not writing for Ejami to upset those who doesnīt like the couple they are writing for those who loves the couple.
If a scene were written where Abe and Theo were called the N-word and everyone found it funny, including Abe and Theo it would than be canon that two of the black citizens of Salem don't find the word offensive. Given the world we live in, that would make me sick, even though the characters would be just fine with being treated as less than human, I would be disgusted because of how it is in the real world.