Hello, lovelies! Coco’s sex column is taking a break this week, so I’m bringing you some of the gifs (and a couple of jpegs) that give me Feelings.
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If you watch Doctor Who, you probably looked something like this during “The Angels take Manhattan”:
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Hello, Ponds! Or Persephoneers. Pondsephoneers? Whatever. Last time we met the Doctor, he was summoned by the Daleks to save them from themselves, or at least, from the imperfect versions of themselves they’d locked away in an asylum. He also saved Amy and Rory’s crumbling marriage and met Oswin, a human-turned-Dalek who had created an elaborate dream for herself in … Read More
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In this week’s installment, our raggedy Doctor visits his version of the Overlook hotel, where he meets a devilish beastie, a sad clown, and a group of people he can’t save.
The mystical pregnancy is a cheap ploy that almost always serves to completely remove the character”™s identity as anything but a vessel for the being inside her. Even worse, very rarely does the character gain her identity back, derailing any character development that had previously taken place.