This question was on my mind after the end of the series, and after I read the first Korra comic. Do you think, at some point, Korra and Asami might get married? Do you think regular people in Republic City and around the world might have a problem with it? And, do you think that if they get married, they may one day try to have kids (i.e. through adoption)?
Maybe a few years afterwards; things are still a bit too new betwen them right now.
It was hinted that the United Republic is openminded. The Water Tribes would probably just be baffled due to their "don't share what's nobody else's business" policy; the New Air Nation would be entirely behind it, as would the Fire Nation (if primarily, in the latter case, as a nod to denouncing Sozin's mandate). Only nation I see having a problem with it would likely be in the Earth Kingdom (who seem to be one of the two places where queerphobia has historically run rampant at all, and to have the longest history of rampant queerphobia).
Both of them seem the sort to take in as many refugee kids as their situations allow.
I don't think we'll see a marriage between them anytime soon if at all. They may do the whole Korrasami married sometime several years after the TLoK finale off screen thing that Kataang did during ATLA's time....but like Deist Zealot said, things are still far too new for all of that. I'd rather see more of their dynamic and relationship grow before something like marriage factors into their relationship...
Ahsan1444 wrote: Hey why did Nickelodeon allow samesex relationship? Women can't marry a women
NOTE: This answer is not an offence to anyone. There is no reason to not accept same sex relashionship. People accept or reject the same sex relashionship or marriage mostly because of their backgrounds (It can be someone's religious views, education, or the country's laws). I want to repeat again that I'm not offending you, but according to your profile you are a Pakistani living in Saudi Arabia. Is that so? I just wanted to say that you are rejecting it because you was raised in a more conservative and religious background (Even if you are not a believer, I'm sure most people in Saudi Arabia are). There are no logical and objective arguements agains same sex marriage, in real life or a cartoon. And don't forget that this show was made in United States of America.
What do you mean time and entertainment is changing?
Entertainment is quite simple, there are an increasing amount of gay characters, particularly those that aren't deliberately portrayed negatively. If you don't realize this, part of the reason could be that your country is deliberately censoring those works.
Time isn't so cut & dry, but in many parts of the world, homosexuality is more accepted than ever, as measured through things like public approval, marriage & adoption rights, hiring protection, etc.
As far as cartoons go, also Cartoon Network & Disney. Probably other networks, but nobody cares about them. If I were to include live action in this, I'd be here all day, since that's been a thing for much longer.