Expectations. Life is full of them.
Dialogue in fiction is always written to be read in silence. The page is the limit.
Dialogue on stage and on the screen is meant to be spoken. The voice is the limit- Guillermo Cabrera Infante
Heartbreak, happiness, and hope. These emotions are all stepping stones in life, from the heartaches that shape the adults we become to the hopes and dreams that motivate us to move forward. And while these emotions never die, never are they more vividly felt than in our youth, a time when everything seems possible and heartache feels like the end of the world.
The BL world is always filled with variable choices; some good, others unfairly regrettable. While we can’t always fall in love with most shows; today’s feature focuses on those dramas that left us bitterly disappointed with their inconsistent pacing or odd storyline. Join us, as our authors express their displeasure and talk about their most disappointing BL dramas!
29th July was the “D-Day” of surprising announcements. With “The Eclipse” and “My Only 12%” dropping their pilot episodes tonight; it might not be late to discuss these upcoming dramas that focus on novel themes and fresh tropes. Experimentation seems to be the flavor for this season and these shows promise an original overview coupled with an interesting casting. Without further ado, let’s check out these new updates and discuss their specifics!
“Daddy, are you top or bottom?”
“If I know what love is, it is because of you” — Herman Hesse
With the end of the KinnPorsche era, avid BL fans are suffering from withdrawal symptoms.
A love confession is when a person declares their love for another.
Popular BL culture, like most other genres, closely follows the same set of tropes that, though repetitive, are indeed endearing.