Korra and Asami's relationship is again, just the introduction, conclusion, roughly a third of the words (using wc and 6/13 of the images, including the framing images at top and bottom. In other words, Ireland is as homogeneously snowy as it is conservative. We don't arbitrarily select the end of the work as the reference point for describing a character (think of Hamlet, by the end of which, everyone is dead). Another thing to add is that after closely going over WP:IRS the Forbes article, IGN article, and Vanity Fair article would all count as reliable sources and should be included, particularly as one of them was endorsed by a co-creator. Solarbird ( talk ) 21:40, 19 December 2014 (UTC) Another person demanded confirmation from authors. Which even with that should for Significant Other status. This is very similar to what happened with Frozen and the resulting pages and pages of discussion. So I really don't understand, if this is not plain enough, if this is yet so vague that the an actual explanation from an authoritative source is require to clear it up, what is Wikipedia's standard for determining whether or not the text displays. I don't think it breaks any rules and it could very well be a temporary "truce" (so to speak) until we get a confirmation from Nick or the show's executives. Which of those is an authority on the subject?
Don't erase the shifting nature of gender/sexual identity because it doesn't fit in an artificially created box. I don't think they'll go for. Solarbird ( talk ) 13:43, 22 December 2014 (UTC) Autostraddle contemporary Worship talks about all the queer coding they had assumed was queer baiting until it actually happened: Solarbird ( talk ) 17:35, 22 December 2014 (UTC) ScreenCrush: "The series final image, Korra and Asami walking hand. Tutelary ( talk ) 21:13, 20 December 2014 (UTC) Now that I've undeleted it, you may want to go up to the section on "deniability". And weeks ago now, the writers acknowledged on video (IGN again, iirc) that picking up on those hints was legitimate.
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