siriusmistake

siriusmistake

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181 weeks ago @ Mark Watches - Mark Watches 'Supernat... · 0 replies · +6 points

SAME

203 weeks ago @ http://markspoils.blog... - Weekly Shenanigans · 0 replies · +4 points

I'll be at LeakyCon! I look forward to meeting you!

203 weeks ago @ Mark Watches - Mark Watches \'Superna... · 0 replies · +6 points

I completely agree. This is one of my least favorite episodes in the entire series because of this.

212 weeks ago @ http://sliopss.tumblr.... - sliopss.tumblr.com/pos... · 1 reply · +7 points

Hello! *waves* *accidentally hits self in the face* *pretends that was totally on purpose*

213 weeks ago @ Mark Watches - Mark Watches 'Supernat... · 0 replies · +3 points

213 weeks ago @ Mark Watches - Mark Watches 'Supernat... · 2 replies · +6 points

As Lilykep has proven, sex was so heavily implied that to assume it never happened borders on denial.

Even if it weren't implied, it doesn't matter. What Wes did was still a disgusting violation of Hope's agency, and the question of whether or not it included sexual rape in addition to the mindrape aspects of his actions does absolutely nothing to diminish the crime he committed against her.

214 weeks ago @ Mark Watches - Mark Watches 'Supernat... · 1 reply · +3 points

3) agreed :) I only took a few notes on this episode, but that was one of them, another being an appreciation of the beautiful mountain scenery.

4) Season four spoilers: yvggyr qbrf Fnz xabj, gung gvgyr vf nyernql gnxra.

214 weeks ago @ Mark Watches - Mark Watches 'Supernat... · 1 reply · +9 points

Exactly that - Wes looked uncomfortable with what his wish had led to, but he wasn't actually planning on taking it back, not even after the Winchesters pressured him to, until he saw that his wish had directly resulted in another man's death.

214 weeks ago @ Mark Watches - Mark Watches 'Supernat... · 0 replies · +5 points

An accurate description.

214 weeks ago @ Mark Watches - Mark Watches 'Supernat... · 6 replies · +18 points

To me, the close-up on his distraught expression at the end and the sad music they chose to use for that shot framed it as a "pity this character" moment.

I think the fact that what the Winchesters chastised him for was "you don't always get what you want" and NOT the fact that he completely removed another person's agency is part of the problem. Glossing over the implications of mind control - like the fact that what he did to her WAS rape because she couldn't and didn't consent - IS the problem, not just an unfortunate oversight.