I honestly find watching his parts so stressful, things are always going wrong, even–especially at the last minute. D:
Oh, don’t worry about it! It didn’t feel like that, at all. I know it takes me a while and sometimes multiple prompts to watch or do a thing, I don’t mind that at all. In this case, it didn’t really prompt me to watch or move it up my list but the tone of the messages wasn’t at all pressuring, don’t worry about it.
Anon, I absolutely do appreciate you telling me about this couple! But I don’t think you can put “however one spells it” when it doesn’t resemble a single thing on google? Heh. I can’t find anything about it, or a ship of characters called Bridget and Lila? Do you have any more info?
Oh, yeahhh. Thanks for the reminder! I didn’t see any of Safiya or Anya but I’m not honest I want to, heh.
Just two queer IRL (and hopefully in-universe) Trek pilots. :))
Oh, I don’t see it as pressuring! I take it in totally good faith, especially since mostly I’ve only said I’m not going to watch now (or soon). And I get wanting others to like what you like, I find it nice that people want to share that. And who knows, maybe I will watch it one day. I don’t tend to have feelings tooooo strong about this kind of thing, but if I did, I’d be firmer myself and then I’d expect people to follow my lead. Plus, I am choosing to answer each of these, heh.
But I do also understand how it feels when of the few BIG f/f things we get doesn’t resonate with you and you feel like you’re missing out, if not on the thing itself, then the community and experience. I feel like that too, more so earlier when I was really torn between watching and not, but now that I’m more decided, it’s like, well, I don’t want to watch, so…what are my options? Just the one, right, not watching. There’s less conflict. It is what it is and sooner or later it’ll be something else.