Becoming Both (Romance/Discovery BXB BXG)

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Becoming Both (Romance/Discovery BXB BXG)

#1 Post by Writer16 » Wed Mar 02, 2016 1:45 pm

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I wasn't going to do this. I'll try to be as realistic as possible, and it's my first time writing for a bisexual character in this time period. Tell me what you think.
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Re: Becoming Both (Romance/Discovery BXB BXG)

#2 Post by Shadow Wolfwind » Wed Mar 02, 2016 2:25 pm

Sounds interesting! Have you read The Picture of Dorian Gray? Though it was censored back then, now a days you can read it in it's entirety. The first few chapters might give you an idea of how to write the BxB side in that time period.

Also this! I love this page. It has letters that were sent between gay men in history.

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Re: Becoming Both (Romance/Discovery BXB BXG)

#3 Post by Writer16 » Wed Mar 02, 2016 4:17 pm

Shadow Wolfwind wrote:Sounds interesting! Have you read The Picture of Dorian Gray? Though it was censored back then, now a days you can read it in it's entirety. The first few chapters might give you an idea of how to write the BxB side in that time period.

Also this! I love this page. It has letters that were sent between gay men in history.
Thank you. I've read bits and pieces of The Picture of Dorian Gray and saw the adaptation with Ben Barnes. Thanks for the website; I'll look into it.
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#4 Post by runeraccoon » Wed Mar 02, 2016 7:37 pm

Will definitely read it. It sounds interesting, and if executed well, I think this will leave lasting impression. :">

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Re: Becoming Both (Romance/Discovery BXB BXG)

#5 Post by Writer16 » Wed Mar 02, 2016 8:39 pm

fuicchi wrote:Will definitely read it. It sounds interesting, and if executed well, I think this will leave lasting impression. :">
Thank you! I like to explore themes (character growth and development) like this and I've researched the expectations/reactions/behaviors of discovering something like Williams is going through. So, it'll be an interesting topic to explore.
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