I wonder if that’s the feeling implied by the adaptions rather than the canon. In the canon, I feel like he shows next to no insecurity but in BBC! and others he has to be portrayed with at least some flaws lest he seem too unreal.
I also think that sex doesn’t always put you in a…
I was definitely talking about BBC. I tend to say Sherlock for BBC and Holmes for canon. It feels more appropriate somehow. But I mean more emotionally than physically. Or mentally maybe? I think it’d be easy enough for him to gain power in sex. He can read people well and I doubt it’d be any different during sex, to just read off what will put them over the edge or more submissive or whatever. But I meant that I don’t think an act that brings him so intimate with another person is one that the BBC Sherlock could handle as well. He seems more insecure and put-off by people and definitely isn’t as tactile with them as canon. So I don’t think he would use it if it could be avoided.
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