>>103894431>No, it was there and a lot of people can see it developing.
I could say the same, it wasn't there and a lot of people were just trying to see it since they never experimented a supportive family.>Except they didn't just learn to stand each other but to go a step further and care for each other. Even if it was just supposed to be as family, it still can be easily read as more.
Friendship if anything. There are different kinds of love, anon. Sad you never got any to learn the difference.>Because it completely disproves your point about family connections creating a separation between romantic love and simple family caring.
It was a desperate attempt to justify why it wasn't wrong but in a really out of context situation bringing out marriage. You even tried to skip it further with it, but as I said, it wasn't even incest at all, that's why your statement was completely out of place.>Even people who agree with you on the romantic love angle would disagree with this. She is textbook tsundere.
Not really, she doesn't have any issue showing her feelings, like when ben made a compliment towards her and she hugged him, thanking him. She She learned to stand ben more, and caring for him as family, but it's not like she wanted to stick with him all the time. She was even relieved that sumer was over. She learned her cousin wasn't that annoying and kinda fun to be with at times, but that's it. Not even any kind of romantic tension when she was leaving.>The whole relationship arc is that is just them being immature and that they actually do like being with each other.
As I said, if they could choose, they'd prefer to do all the things they used to, Ben playing videogames and Gwen in her laptop. They just learned to be supportive and stick as close relatives now, along with their grandpa.>No, it's subtext any non-autistic can get from their relationship.
In fact, any autist would try to push a ship when there was nothing at all to begin with.