Thanks, I hadn’t heard of this before ^^
theyre also called quasiplatonic relationships for those who cant/dont want to reclaim the q slur, and the term can also apply to an emotional relationship/attraction that is neither romantic nor platonic
I believe it means a non-romantic but intense attachment, where two people are basically Platonic Life Partners and have the utmost trust in each other, beyond what would qualify as a “normal” friendship? Basically applies to all my major OTPs, hehe. Like, I absolutely believe Neal and Kel will be there for each other for the rest of their lives, be present at every single important milestone, be each other’s first choice/shoulder to cry on/confidante even over their own spouse(s) at times. They’ve attained that level of trust, which is why they’re my favorite.
Why queerplatonic though? I don’t actually think I know what that means… I know what queer is and I know what platonic is but…
Anonymous said: the other day i was thought of kel/neal as a queerplatonic relationship and i thought that maybe you would enjoy that idea as much as i did!!
I, uh, kinda assumed that was canon ;D
Anonymous said: I just finished reading this book called Seraphina, and I think it was alright. I really loved it while I was reading it, but that was because so much of the story was like Fire, which more than anything just made me miss Kristen Cashore's characters, so now I'm going to reread them all again, after looking through your fanart. I love all those characters so much and those books reality don't get as much fame as they deserve. I love how you draw Fire's hair. Shouldn't she have more scars tho?
She probably should, that’s my bad because I’ve only read each of the Seven Kingdoms books once and didn’t pay too close attention to character description (the reason why I’m more detail-oriented for Tamora Pierce books is because I tend to reread those all the time, for whatever reason!). Thanks for pointing it out, I’ll pay more attention next time :)