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This explains why, no matter what people say, I will always consider Joey and Dawson on the OTP of the show.
Friends becoming lovers is a theme I revisit often in my own writing.
So the relationship between Mary and Francis is intriguing to me.
But of course, I don’t expect you to have the same obsessions that I do.
Therefore, I offer you five other reasons I think the soap about young royalty might have something to offer queer women.1.
Megan Follows My first crush on a girl was when I fell in love with at eight years old.
As a matter of fact, I’m a very visual person in general which is why the elaborate and decadent art direction and vintage inspired, though technically anachronistic, costumes are also appealing to me.
But most of all, I knew I would fall in love with the show because I have a soft spot in my heart for couples who fall in love after growing up as friends and playmates.
Also, Mary Queen of Scots, played by Adelaide Kane, and her Ladies in Waiting are all gorgeous, which certainly doesn’t hurt.
Yet, I did long for “bosom buddy’ and “kindred spirit” like Anne had in her bff, Diana. And this time, I am fully aware of what my feelings mean.2.
I mean if they met in 2014 instead of the turn of the last century, Anne would have ended up married to Diana instead of Gilbert, am I right? Strong, feminist characters Catherine de’ Medici is but one strong female character in a cast of several remarkable women.
Of course, at that time, I didn’t realize that my love and admiration for the smart and strong willed red-head was a crush.
I had no idea that I liked girls or would identify as bisexual later in life.My crush on Megan Follows lasted at least through both filmed sequels, if not longer. Mary Queen of Scots is quite a feminist is herself as she insists, in the first season of the show, that she is more than just Francis’ lover. She has her own country to worry about and won’t be treated like she is merely a jewel in his crown.