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Date Posted: 10:34:54 08/26/02 Mon
Author: The Darkling
Subject: Re: Ian kissing Aras DOESN'T mean he did IT w/ her!
In reply to:
's message, "Ian kissing Aras DOESN'T mean he did IT w/ her!" on 10:22:54 08/26/02 Mon
>Hey everyone and I would like to say thanks to the
>ones that replied to my message "Answer this for me
>pLz" Thanks! :)
>Now, on to the new message: I don't think that Ian
>kissing Aras could have lead to the "wild thing".
>Because 1.) a kiss is just a kiss.
>2) he may have had other motives behind it, like
>distracting Aras from leaving to harm Sara like she
>3) Irons said to him "Virginity is invulnerability!"
>and he said in the opening episode when Iron's plotted
>to kill Sara with Christine's help. "You've taught me
>since I was a child to protect the weilder...Iron's
>also taught him that his virginity is his
>invulnerabilty, since he was a child. so why would he
>give up the things he's known since birth???? He
>didn't give up protecting Sara as of yet because he
>has never really tried to killed her, for at the end
>he was always protecting her. So Ian could just be
>4.) His protection, lessons, and loyalty to Sara he
>learned since childhood.
>5.) Last, but most important I think, is this:(my
>boyfriend pointed it out) In every episode from season
>one and two they have showed almost in great detail,
>Sara making love with Crunchy and her other lover, and
>Iron's with Christine on the table. They have Sara
>and her men, and Iron's and his fling was showed that
>they did become lovers or had sex.... So, in Ian's
>situation they didn't show that! With Ian and Aras,
>only the kiss was shown and like my hubby said, "when
>the cast on witchblade kiss that's all they show,
>UNLESS it leads through all the bases! Then they show
>whoever cast member doing the "wild thing" with
>whoever! The writers showed it with Iron's and
>Christine, Sara and Crunchy,and also her lover that
>was immortal..... All in all my b/f and I don't think
>Ian lost his virginity.
>It is just some thoughts, but my boyfriend's thought
>(5.) really makes sense....I think so anyway. Add all
>those up and Ian giving up his virginity doesn't seem
>to add up.
>I am also hoping.
>I would love to hear your thoughts and opinions too. :)
I think he did. I posted this in another thread, but I'll post it here too. Here's why I think so:
The phallic symbolism of the scimitar being thrust into the candle and the "finis" on the screen behind them as The Son of The Shiek ends (signifying an "end" to his virginity).
Either way, we've been told to expect the answer to the question of Nottingham's virginity in tonight's finale.
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