Because the only thing left to discus about marriage equality is who loves it more.
"I wanted to be part of this series with au because I think it's important to keep the conversations going around marriage equality — we can't forget it or dismiss it," said Tom Ballard.
– De Paull is hard on Ginny, but I can’t blame her given the circumstances (her ignoring Ginny in class reminded me of Snape and Hermione).
“The reality of the Western world today means you can find anything you desire easily and anonymously.
“Sex addiction feels extremely personal when you’re the partner because it affects the most intimate part of your relationship in a way that, say, alcohol or drugs just don’t,” she explains.
“I could have dealt with a gambling addiction or alcoholism – anything but this,” Rachel confirms.
The physical side of sex — both on the show and in the study itself — is still an integral part of things.
But without this expanded time with the characters out of bed, the show would just be the cadaver on the table instead of a living organism.
Jane reminds Ginny that married men almost always take their guilt out on their mistresses, reinforcing the idea that Ginny’s position with Bill is a precarious one (something that is actually true, given his sabotage).