- There are times where I’d like to belong… Does that sound funny?
- Not to me. Not at all.
It’s interesting to see there are as many interpretations of this sentence as there are people hearing / reading it… I still haven’t figured out mine.
For straight people who want to paint Thomas Barrow as a black and white villain:
He is understandably pissed off at Baxter and Bates because they are ACTUAL CRIMINALS that have broken the law for wrongdoing and yet are now forgiven and accepted by their community. Thomas just being who he is, as a gay man, makes him a criminal, and that’s not a ‘crime’ he can ever escape or be ‘forgiven’ for by the majority of people. Therefore he resents them.
It doesn’t make his nastiness to Baxter right, but it puts a bit of perspective on it.
Thomas Barrow defence/analysis/understanding-the-bastard presented to you courtesy of a fellow sarcastic and often bitter queer.
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