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Jun. 17th, 2010 (UTC)

Additionally, there are criticisms that Noxon was drawing from personal experience in some of the decisions in S6. I've never understood these particular criticisms, and I can't recall ever hearing a male showrunner held to the same standard. A woman writing about her own issues, relating to the characters she's portraying, working through her own experiences, is something to be criticized?

Do we know Joss's or Fury's sexual history? Have they told us about it? In the absence of these things how is it possible to draw parallels of comparisons?

If we knew that Joss put scene X in because he had the exact same situation in his life, then we'd be comparing apples to apples, but that isn't really the case here.

{edited and deleted because now I'm tired of talking about this and feel that at this point it's best that I take a break from this as it feels like this may be an offshoot of our previous conversation and, frankly, I'm wondering whether I should feel offended. So... breathing space}

Peace.

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