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Having gay characters does not expose anyone to the idea of sex. The more they are presented as normal across various media, the sooner they'll be accepted. Solution: They'll either come back eventually, or they should get new showrunners and fresh talent that have the same amount of passion for the show. If someone says this shouldn't be on kids TV, someone has "to plant yourself like a tree beside the river of truth, and tell the whole world "No, you move"." GOOD ONE! (https://twitter.com/agentrovix/status/546368506170593280/photo/1) Very much appreciated. it also shows that Korra is growing as a moral human being that she can see this much. it also makes Korra getting hooked up with Asami somewhat less appalling because I didn't think Korra was mature enough to deserve any romantic partners for the first three seasons.

If someone says this shouldn't be on kids TV, someone has "to plant yourself like a tree beside the river of truth, and tell the whole world "No, you move"."I've yet to see (IMO) good enough reasons as to why people DON'T want Avatar to continue. I love how you even used my own quote on me to help you speak the truth. she's finally grown up enough where I don't feel like she would be a loathesome burden to her romantic partner anymore.

I doubt any major narrative changes were put upon them if that's what you're getting at.enough creative control to effectively get kicked off live television in fact, think about it, I mean look at the body count compared to the original series, in the original you have Jet, whose death was so ruined by executive meddling that they made fun of it in the show itself, and Sparky sparky boom man... I've yet to see (IMO) good enough reasons as to why people DON'T want Avatar to continue. Avatar as a franchise has barely tapped its potential. Most of these particular reasons relate to the tired old "It sucks because it's not Aang" argument. T'was girly sparky boom man, with a sheet of iron wrapped about her unconventional looking face, and a quick discretion shot to the side, to help the wee kiddies avoid learning how beef stew is made.They are at exactly the same point in their relationship Aang and Katara were are the end of the first series, so far as we can tell. I liked the Korrasami ending, but it only works for me as them taking the next step and exploring whatever romantic feelings they have, or at least realizing that there's a love there that's stronger than her ties to her other friends, with things naturally progressing from there. But, some of the reactions make it seem like they just decided to officially be a couple, and that does not work for me the more I think about it. I thought her dad was going to make her part of his sacrifice for the greater good. (https://twitter.com/agentrovix/status/546368506170593280/photo/1) Very much appreciated. If you look up Bryke on Twitter some guy from the Philippines comes up. The first series had Sokka waiting for Suki in his tent with his hair down, a rose in his teeth and no pants. Which is part of the reason it needs to be in a kids cartoon. Or possibly just have it online only for realz this time. I'd much prefer the original show runners involved in some capacity. Keeping away from certain age groups is the same as saying there is something wrong with homosexual relationships. Kuvira's determination, her moral compass being purely "us vs them", her demanding people respect her and her desires or face the consequences seems very much like Korra early on in the series.And unlike those two, they are much older and capable of better entering into an adult relationship. - When the mech blew, I thought we were going to get more casualties from that blast, with the whole WW2 nuclear bomb motif they were doing Oh, also Mako dying I guess. Keeping away from certain age groups is the same as saying there is something wrong with homosexual relationships. The more they are presented as normal across various media, the sooner they'll be accepted. when Korra declares that she and Kuvira are very much alike it seems plausible.Compared to all the wild sex happening behind the scenes (just think about how kinky Airbenders must surely get, I mean just think about all the wind and blowing), Asami and Korra are downright tame.We can infer the number of times that penetration occurred by counting the number of children they have. The timeline will move forward to a more modern/present day setting Solution: Make it a prequel, or they should just stop whining and suck it up 4.

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Kuvira was, in many ways, an evil doppleganger of Korra in Seasons 1-3.