>>117680321>Meanwhile here will have an editor joking
Okay, so my question becomes if the editor is joking, then why is what they said being presented as fact?
If it was a joke, then what guarantee is there that Jean will have multiple kids, as well as her first one being Logan's?
Back to the notion of the first half of your post though, so the guy has no chill, but comes back home when he wants to fuck. That tracks with my perception of him as a character.>goes to show how the whole thing have this weird NTR bent.
That is an entirely plausible read of what I said.
I still stand by my original assertion though. Perceiving NTR comes from a human perspective and experience, and the mutants are very much breaking away from living like humans do. I was going to say more, but I think the primary divide comes down to what you perceive as taking priority in his mind: Does Cyclops matter more, or do all mutants matter more? And as that stalwart leader he has proven himself to be, I think he'd prioritize the cause over his pride, especially because Uncle Logan being invited on family vacations aside, having his home, and his family, and being able to be the patriarch of it, qualifying that there is more to being a patriarch than being the primary fuck toy, Scott has always comes off to me like the one who fought for Xavier because he bought into the belief that there could be a day when he could live alongside humans, and enjoy the domesticity that Logan would never want any part of. And now, through everything that Krakoa has facilitated, he finally has that domestic life that up until now has only ever been a dream. He still has to fight to preserve it, but where Logan will never be happy with a roof over his head, kids playing on the floor, and a woman who loves him putting an ice cold beer in his unbruised hands, that to me seems like something that Scott imagines as his endgame, and he finally has that.