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‘So I keep seeing people complaining about how the Doctor was so “asexual” in the Classic Series. However, in “The Aztecs,” the First Doctor, arguably one of the most detached Doctors of all, has a romantic tryst with an Aztec woman so…’

So I keep seeing people complaining about how the Doctor was so “asexual” in the Classic Series. However, in “The Aztecs,” the First Doctor, arguably one of the most detached Doctors of all, has a romantic tryst with an Aztec woman so…’

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  1. cynicalskin reblogged this from whoniverseconfessions
  2. timestreams reblogged this from tardiswanted and added:
    I know hence putting “asexual” in quotes. But I really think they mean complain in the sense that being more...
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  6. tardiswanted reblogged this from timestreams and added:
    well, there’s a difference between ‘asexual’ and ‘aromantic’. I don’t think he was either though. I said that it’s not...
  7. headshoulderkneesandohnoes reblogged this from whoniverseconfessions
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  9. 221bcholmes reblogged this from queen-nat-xvi and added:
    First of all, if you actually watch that episode, you see he honestly kind of used her and asked her to marry him BY...
  10. queen-nat-xvi reblogged this from tardiswanted and added:
    Yeah I don’t understand why it’s so necessary that fictional characters need to have a sex life.
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  13. 3-lines said: uuh… Asexual =/= Aromantic?
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