Will Jason Todd ever get a girlfriend?

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#101 Posted by KZR (487 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm scared to comment on this thread as I've noticed there is a lot of unecessary bickering. Please don't fight people, state your opinions.

Getting back to the initial topic I personally think Jason won't last with Isabel despite her being a nice character. She just doesn't seem like a strong enough character (that could change). Things aren't looking too good in RHATO so I think something bad will happen to her.

#102 Posted by JasonTodd13 (423 posts) - - Show Bio

@satyrgod: post your pictures else where, this thread is about heterosexuality, boy and girl, got it yet? now stop harassing me.

#103 Posted by satyrgod (2115 posts) - - Show Bio

???

I haven't posted any pictures in this thread for two weeks and more. I fail to see where I'm "harassing" anyone and, frankly, I resent the accusation. But, on topic, why does this character (or any other) really need a romantic partner? Doesn't he have enough to do, contributing to Gotham's safety? The fewer distractions, the better.

#104 Posted by RogueJuggernaut (92 posts) - - Show Bio

@satyrgod: OK and I am sorry if I offended you in any manner.

#105 Posted by JasonTodd13 (423 posts) - - Show Bio

@satyrgod: well you keep arguing with me about something that has nothing to do with this thread, that is harassment. having a romantic girlfriend could add to his character, get him open up more, give him a reason to live without trying to get himself killed like in batman in robin when he faced flamingo.

#106 Posted by InnerVenom123 (29499 posts) - - Show Bio

His red right hand.

#107 Posted by satyrgod (2115 posts) - - Show Bio
#108 Posted by JasonTodd13 (423 posts) - - Show Bio

@satyrgod: Post anymore pictures like the one above that has nothing to do with the thread, I will file a complaint of you harassing me, as you keep bringing up the issue of homosexuals instead of the thread topic.

#109 Posted by satyrgod (2115 posts) - - Show Bio

@JasonTodd13: C'mon, it's hilarious. Besides, it was relevant to the thread and wasn't directed to you or anyone. The point is that he doesn't need some regular person to complete his character or give him some semblance of a normal life; this guy's life will never fit the definition of "normal". Granting him a conventional relationship is what would make his character boring as hell, not being homo as you previously assert. I hope they keep him loose and romantically unattached, ready and willing whatever and whomever it takes to attain his immediate objective. Besides, I know you have a thing against gay male characters, but what problem should you have with sexual ambiguity?

#110 Posted by JasonTodd13 (423 posts) - - Show Bio

@satyrgod: no it isnt hilarious. it isnt relevant to the thread, read the thread topic name, it has the specific word "girlfriend" in it, not boyfriend. Jason has never had a normal life-he started off as a street kid, it would be interesting to see what Jason does or thinks of thinks if he tries to have a normal life and have a girl help him and is interested in him. But it should also be possible to still have the life he has and have a girlfriend that can fit into it, Lois lane fitted into supermans life, so i dont see why a girl cant fit into jasons life. Jason has only been with women not men, thus hes proven straight.

#111 Edited by satyrgod (2115 posts) - - Show Bio

@JasonTodd13: Okay, maybe not hilarious, but still funny. And who are we kidding, Lois never fit into Superman's life; she barely fit Clark Kent's. And that's stretching it (puns intended. Hilarious, again). It sounds as though you are attempting to fit this character into your definition of an ideal by constraining him to the convention of heterosexuality. I notice that you avoided the question regarding your views on a sexually ambiguous orientation.

#112 Posted by JasonTodd13 (423 posts) - - Show Bio

@satyrgod: lois did, superman found time to be with lois as he saved the world and whatever. nothing in dc comics has shown him having an interest in someone in the same gender range so hes straight. I dont even know what sexual ambiguity means.

#113 Posted by satyrgod (2115 posts) - - Show Bio

@JasonTodd13: Ambiguous means obscure or, in this context, undecided. A character doesn't have to be either gay or straight, they don't have to fit a structured definition. Why should he have one full-time committed and ultimately doomed relationship when he could be doing everybody else's girlfriend-without-really-being-my-girlfriend(s), enemies of his friends, friends of his enemies, frenemies, insignificant others, accomplices, best friends, sisters, sidekicks, proteges, and any other hot body that crosses his path; claiming the females and dominating the males without feeling of attachment. No promises, no demands.

#114 Posted by JasonTodd13 (423 posts) - - Show Bio

@satyrgod: well its been decided for Jason, hes straight and thats the way it is.

#115 Posted by satyrgod (2115 posts) - - Show Bio

@JasonTodd13: But he's young still, right? What do you presuppose is the average age for coming out? I had both guy friends and girlfriends throughout high school and college. My sister had girlfriends on the downlow throughout her marriage until she decided to be more open and genuine in her interpersonal relationships (with all of us) after her kids were grown. Conservative elected officials and clergy are busted with prostitutes of either gender on a semi-regular basis. And the US government's Comics Code is no longer relavent. Seems to me, anything could happen.

#116 Posted by daredevil21134 (11347 posts) - - Show Bio

@satyrgod: Can you please stay on topic.This is about Jason having a girlfriend its very simple

#117 Posted by satyrgod (2115 posts) - - Show Bio

@daredevil21134: To return to my previous post, then:

C'mon, it's hilarious. Besides, it was relevant to the thread and wasn't directed to you or anyone. The point is that he doesn't need some regular person to complete his character or give him some semblance of a normal life; this guy's life will never fit the definition of "normal". Granting him a conventional relationship is what would make his character boring as hell, not being homo as you previously assert. I hope they keep him loose and romantically unattached, ready and willing whatever and whomever it takes to attain his immediate objective. Besides, I know you have a thing against gay male characters, but what problem should you have with sexual ambiguity?

On topic enough for you? By the way, I rather resent the implication of being the bad guy here, and the accusation that I'm incapable of following the conversation.

#118 Posted by daredevil21134 (11347 posts) - - Show Bio

@satyrgod said:

@daredevil21134: To return to my previous post, then:

C'mon, it's hilarious. Besides, it was relevant to the thread and wasn't directed to you or anyone. The point is that he doesn't need some regular person to complete his character or give him some semblance of a normal life; this guy's life will never fit the definition of "normal". Granting him a conventional relationship is what would make his character boring as hell, not being homo as you previously assert. I hope they keep him loose and romantically unattached, ready and willing whatever and whomever it takes to attain his immediate objective. Besides, I know you have a thing against gay male characters, but what problem should you have with sexual ambiguity?

On topic enough for you? By the way, I rather resent the implication of being the bad guy here, and the accusation that I'm incapable of following the conversation.

Whatever, just stay on topic before a Mod locks this

#119 Posted by JasonTodd13 (423 posts) - - Show Bio

Yes, please get back to topic.

#120 Posted by God_Spawn (37568 posts) - - Show Bio

Yeah, everyone stay on topic.

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#121 Edited by End_Boss (725 posts) - - Show Bio

I think, JasonTodd13, that your going so far out of your way to make sure no gay pairings are made, coupled with the fact that you have so far rejected all female pairings, says something... Odd, about your love for Jason. I mean Red Hood. I mean you love him. What?

#122 Posted by JasonTodd13 (423 posts) - - Show Bio

@End_Boss: I have not rejected all female pairing suggestions, I suggested Donna Troy and im thinking maybe supergirl might be a good choice as well. I love Jason as a character, hes one of the best characters of the DC Universe, and its platonic love, hes a fictional character and im not gay if thats what you are suggesting.

#123 Posted by satyrgod (2115 posts) - - Show Bio

@JasonTodd13: You say that as though the observation were an accusation, like you think there is something wrong with homosexuals and you are trying to fit this character into your definition of an ideal by constraining him to the convention of heterosexuality. I notice that you avoided the question regarding your views on a sexually ambiguous orientation. Ambiguous means obscure or, in this context, undecided. A character doesn't have to be either gay or straight, they don't have to fit a structured definition. Why should he have one full-time committed and ultimately doomed relationship when he could be doing everybody else's girlfriend-without-really-being-my-girlfriend(s), enemies of his friends, friends of his enemies, frenemies, insignificant others, accomplices, best friends, sisters, sidekicks, proteges, and any other hot body that crosses his path; claiming the females and dominating the males without feeling of attachment. No promises, no demands.

#124 Posted by daredevil21134 (11347 posts) - - Show Bio

@god_spawn said:

Yeah, everyone stay on topic.

still not happening

#125 Posted by God_Spawn (37568 posts) - - Show Bio

This is getting ridiculous.

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