How Does A Sexuality Preference Really Affect The Telling Of The Story?

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Does having a sexuality preference really affect the telling of the story? In Sherlock original story, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, shows that Sherlock Holmes has no affection towards woman or men and he doesn’t see himself in a relationship. The only affection he shows to have is towards Mrs. Hudson. However, In the BBC TV series Sherlock does appear to have little emotions towards a woman, Irene Adler, at the end of A Scandal in Bohemia. The viewers and/or readers can see that even though Sherlock had feelings towards Irene it had no effect in the telling of the story. Having either a sexual affection towards a person whether, male or female, or being asexual the telling of the story shouldn’t become affected.
In Arthur Conan’s Doyle stories Sherlock is portrayed to be emotionless towards anyone. However, in the BBC TV series Sherlock had no strong affection towards Irene and was able to deduce the case and save the king wedding. In order for him to keep his work a priority without distractions, he separates emotions from his life. Meaning that Sherlock has decided to prioritize work than a social life. Viewers can see how Sherlock remained stern and focused during the TV series A Scandal in Bohemia when he encountered Irene Adler, for the first time, naked in the living room. Sherlock still proceeded with the case investigation without being held back by emotions or temptation. However, at the end of this episode Sherlock kept the phone as an object to remember “the…

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