Not really. No. But no need to worry it’s fine
Now when I was writing it I was writing it with the idea that Ellie is gay, and when the actresses were working they were definitely working with the idea that they’re both attracted to each other. That was the subtext and intention that they were playing with from the opening cinematic when they’re holding each other’s hands for too long, or when Riley bites her on the neck; there’s that chemistry there from the get go that was important for us so that we earned that moment when they kissed each other. So that it wasn’t just out of the blue but also wasn’t so overt that you’re like “Oh of course. Just get on with it.
It is a little strange when I read stuff like “Oh girls are just confused at that stage.” or “They’re still finding themselves.” You could spend your whole life finding yourself.
Again I think it’s weird because if Riley was a boy this debate wouldn’t be happening. No one would say “Oh maybe it’s just a friendly kiss.” No one would question that. I think even if it was two boys I don’t think anybody would question it.
Neil Druckmann (Creative Director) - Is Ellie Gay? Naughty Dog’s Neil Druckmann Weighs In on The Last of Us: Left Behind (by Sal Mattos)
Korra in PJs with hair down in The Terror Within ヽ༼ຈل͜ຈ༽ﾉ
It’s got it’s pros and cons…pros because I went to the fair yesterday and had an awesome time, cons because I’m now really stressed and angry and ugghh…might just lock myself in my room and play last of us all day…it calms me down, but anywho how was yours? I hope it was epic!
book 1: air
book 2: spirits
book 3: change
book 4: balance
book 5: what do you mean it’s over
mood: tenzin without eyebrows