BaldFriede wrote:Like Jean I like the Angua-Sally relationship, and I think there may be cooking something. Perhaps it is just because I am a lesbian. I definitely hope to see more of Sally. And, contrary to what some of the others said, I like Sally.
Interestingly Prachett, who has tackled so many topics, has completely left out homosexuality in his books. Maybe he fears some people might be repelled by the issue.
BaldFriede wrote:No, that one is among the dozen Discworld books we don't have in our library yet.
One Man Bucket wrote:There's also two of the troops in Monstrous Regiment who were all but stated to be lesbians.
Sally is probably heterosexual based on her rather strong reaction to Carrot but she could easily be bisexual. I doubt she'd go for Angua considering she wants and knows she can't get her man. It doesn't seem like logical behaviour and the sort of thing that would have Vimes kicking her off the force for being a disruptive influence.
Literally, in Cheery's case.mystmoon wrote:Have to admit I sympathised with Cheery during the girls night out bit, I'm all too used to having what people say go whoosh over my head
Tonyblack wrote:Literally, in Cheery's case.mystmoon wrote:Have to admit I sympathised with Cheery during the girls night out bit, I'm all too used to having what people say go whoosh over my head
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