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Tintin: his sexuality

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laloga
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#111 · Posted: 21 Jun 2010 21:58
I'm not sure that anyone's ever spoken about it in an official capacity....Jock123, do you know?
jock123
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#112 · Posted: 21 Jun 2010 22:17
laloga:
I'm not sure that anyone's ever spoken about it in an official capacity… Jock123, do you know?

I think that the discussion has gone on long enough to show that there isn’t a definitive answer on this - if there was, it would have been brought up a long time ago… ;-)
Rianna Lauren
Member
#113 · Posted: 24 Jun 2010 03:30
*sheepish laugh* guilty. I can't imagine a Tintin story with romance, though. Hahah. So no matter.
Roujainne
Member
#114 · Posted: 11 Sep 2019 18:13
Based on the books written by George Remi, Tintin is clearly asexual. Tintin simply loves adventures. He has no time for love nor womanizing. I see him as a young man about 18-22 (my guess only because it was never stated in the series about his true age), who is very smart, brave and kind. And I would love to stay it that way for a boy who loves nothing else but adventure.

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