I’m sorry, the answer you have provided does not compute. Could you mean:
"young women love a thrilling detective show as much as men do"
"young women enjoy the (explicitly homoerotic and) incredibly dynamic friendship of a person and his best friend, and how it grows over time"
"young women appreciate the visual and mental stimulation of good television programming"
You can also try “young women are not limited exclusively to liking things because they find someone physically appealing,” “young women as a whole do not want to be the one to ‘fix’ an emotionally unavailable sociopathic man, and it is damaging to assume that having those qualities makes someone a ‘sex god’,” or “young women do not imagine themselves with Sherlock, moron, do you even know your fanbase, every square inch of it is covered in Johnlock because women appreciate the interplay between those two characters, not everyone is a goddamned Mary Sue like you, god damn it.”
Please try again.
what the entire fuck you have got to be kidding me this dude is on a regular diet of misogynist fuckshit
“because the Victorian ladies liked the way Sherlock looked”
Does he realize the original stories were written down? I think Sherlock looked however his readers wanted him to look!
im stunned. i am stunned. like, by the fact that i have seen so many with steven moffat where he is like “AND I REALISED, OF COURSE!! THAT THE EXPLANATION FOR THIS LADY’S ACTIONS IS THAT SHE WAS INTO A DUDE!” like is this guy completely incapable of wrapping his weird square head around the idea that a woman could have any motivation for anything that is not being attracted to a dude
There was the Strand magazine serials with illustrations, but to simplify all of that down to “they must like him because he’s attractive” shows just how limiting Moffat writing women really is.
sigh sigh sigh sigh ugh.
yes hello this is your pilot speaking and by pilot i mean i read a wikihow on flying a plane once so i guess ill just have to WING it haha just a little pilot humor okie dokie nothing to worry about folks im sure i can figure this out
à en juger par - To judge by
à l’abri de - safe from
à l’epoque - at the time
Bref - In short
C’est à dire - Namely, to say that
Cela dit - Having said that
Cela - ca de pair avec - It goes together with
En attendant - meanwhile
En ces temps de - In these times of
En un mot - in a nutshell
En revanche - on the other hand
En raison de - because of
Y compris - including
En guise de conclusion - in conclusion
I’ll be making flashcards later tonight! :]