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Men who can’t cook, clean, or even do their own laundry are not “cute” and “in need of a woman to care for them”. They are spoiled brats so dependent on gender roles that they never bothered to learn the minimal skills to take care of themselves.

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Hey my dear Zoe! If Sherlock had a son, who do you think would be the best choice to play him? How would his personality be like?

benedict--cumberbatch:

Ah, my dear Anon! :)
Well, I loved the idea of Asa Butterfield playing him, but I feel he’s getting a bit old to play his son- I mean that I picture Sherlock;s son to be around 8 or 9, not nearing 17. Hmm… I don’t really know too many child actors.
I probably get a lot of this from tumblr and Parent!lock stuff, but I picture him with Black hair, bright blue eyes, and a personality much like Sherlock’s, except with more emotion. He loves to experiment, and has a ‘mind room’ (He’s not old enough to have a palace yet), and he is sometimes a little rude; but he also has empathy and sympathy for people, and he does actually care for the feelings of those he loves. He’s not a hugger or general touchy person, and he loves to ask questions- he sometimes annoys his teachers because he’s always asking questions, and may even correct them with grammar and what not when they are speaking. He calls Sherlock father, and wants to follow in his footsteps as a consulting detective. Sometimes Sherlock takes him on crime cases. John’s not too fond of Sherlock getting him involved, but can’t help but smile when he sees the joy they get from looking at the corpse together…


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