HATING MOFFAT ISN’T FUCKING CUTE SUBTITLED GIVE CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE SUB-SUBTITLED I AM KIND OF MAD
Harry’s interested in girls. Hermione’s interested in boys. Fred asks Angelina to the Yule ball. Hagrid’s interested in Madam Maxine. There’s Bill and Fleur. Remus and Tonks. Heterosexual couples are littered throughout the books.
And then, after the books are published, once all is done and dusted, she comes out saying that Dumbledore is gay? I don’t want fucking subtext for queer folks when I’m smacked in the face with heterosexuality at every turn.
yeah haha fuck jk rowling forever for this
See also: Moffat with River Song
“Moffat is a wonderful writer who is truly sensitive to the struggles of females, LGBTQ, and people of color. I love seeing all the well-characterized strong females, classy homosexuals, and realistic blacks, Hispanics, and Asians on his shows. He really makes a change in the world.”
“I never get tired of seeing interviews with Steven Moffat bragging about how shocked and heartbroken I’ll be after an upcoming episode.”
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Dear everyone who keeps crying ‘STOP BLAMING MOFFAT!!’ whenever shit goes down during Eleven’s era:
Different executive producers have traditionally had different production emphases. Russell T Davies and Steven Moffat, for instance, have been primarily focussed on the writing, though they have had the authority to make decisions on any production matter they chose. Julie Gardner and Piers Wenger have held an executive producer credit largely because they held a senior position at BBC Wales. In this way, they weren’t too different from the un-credited executive producers of the past, like Shaun Sutton.
In contrast to the classic series, they have been much more involved with the workaday production of the show. They have made direct contributions to narrative and storytelling, as well.
During an appearance on BBC Radio 5 Live this afternoon, Steven Moffat has confirmed that Mark Gatiss and Steve Thompson are hard at work writing their respective episodes of Sherlock Series Three, though due to his commitments on Doctor Who he has yet to begin work on his installment.
Aside from Mark’s confirmation that he is writing the first episode of the series, there’s still no word on which episodes of the series Steven and Steve are writing.
Steven reconfirmed that filming on Sherlock Series Three will begin in January 2013.
Oh thank god Gatiss is doing EMPT.
But there aren’t many women in that episode, so that makes me concerned as to which story Moffat is writing.
And if Moffat is still working on Doctor Who, then that means he has less time to write and will probably write a script sloppier than BELG.
breaking news: moffat kills the doctor because he couldn’t bear another writer taking over his show
breaking news: moffat destroys the world; claims it is “damaging [his] brand”
breaking news: moffat makes all the [people in the world who can get pregnant]* pregnant against their will to produce half-timelords
breaking news: moffat comes down with strange throat condition that makes everything he says sound like “NO HOMO”
breaking news: moffat outlaws sitcoms because he “already wrote one of those, what more do you want?”
breaking news: moffat finally writes himself into a plothole he can’t figure out; solves the paradox by exploding space-time
breaking news: people refuse to build shrines to moffat; entire cities flooded by his tears
breaking news: moffat is not sexist because he’s married to a woman.
breaking news: moffat compares female representation to canine representation.
*[brackets indicate cissexist language I’ve replaced from an earlier reblog]