Nothing canon-wise supports my headcanon that Tory is a lady lover. That’s why I call it a headcanon. lol. We don’t know much about Tory outside of the precinct, so when I say I want her to be a representative of the LGBT community, I am basing that solely on my own desire for this show to include a canon gay character. Last night’s episode, That 70’s Show, with a canon gay couple featured (er, one half of the couple anyway… sadly the other half was the victim) was a step in the right direction. Now we need a recurring gay character/couple. I like Tory. She’s beautiful and obviously highly intelligent and well-liked. Why not Tory? It takes away the need to introduce a new character, should they ever decided to include a recurring LGBT character.
That was the long way of saying that nothing in the canon of the show has led me to believe that Tory is a lady lover. But nothing has led me to believe she’s straight, either. So until there’s definitive proof she’s not gay, I’m just going to sit here in my pretty pink bubble and pretend she goes home every night to her gf/wife. :)
hmmm… well, that depends on your meaning of “classic” here… I’ll just take this for my faves.
Anything by ColieMacKenzie is an instant classic for me, especially Seduction, Suffusion, and Kairos
And these are the stories by other authors that come to mind when I think about my classic favorites:
I’m sure I’m missing a lot, but that’s what I can think of off the top of my head. ^_^
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Whoever decided that Kate Beckett would be bad at acting….. I applaud you.
What makes it even better is that Nikki heat was an actress (theater major in college) before her mother was murdered and she turned to criminal justice.