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January 13, 2018 5:52 pm  #721


Re: Sherlock’s Sexuality: An In-Depth Contemplation and Study

I do understand a riding crop being more in a sexual context these days, I still don't see why that would make him gay. BDSM is not a gay thing. 

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January 13, 2018 8:50 pm  #722


Re: Sherlock’s Sexuality: An In-Depth Contemplation and Study

Maybe the people in the test audience associated expressions of sexuality (and "kinks"/BDSM) with gayness/queerness? Beats me. (no pun intended!)
I agree with it being seen as possibly sexual, but specifically gay I don't see.


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January 13, 2018 9:36 pm  #723


Re: Sherlock’s Sexuality: An In-Depth Contemplation and Study

I get the impression it might be more associated with being straight, if anything, after Fifty Shades.  But of course, the pilot would have been shown before that book was out. 

Anyway, I found the panel (although the sound is a bit variable in this recording)! https://rts.org.uk/article/sherlock-anatomy-hit-%E2%80%93-event-report-and-video

 

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