Shipping makes the world go round. It’s one of my favourite parts of the fandoms I’m a part of - whether it be She-Ra, Arcane, The Owl House, Amphibia, or Our Flag Means Death.
There is nothing better than finding passion in a world and its characters that goes beyond the original experience, inspiring us to write our own stories and define relationships in ways that either build upon what came before or seek to explore entirely new possibilities.
For years now, shipping has been a fundamental part of life on the internet. If a show, film, game, or book is popular - there is a very good chance that fanfiction and fanart will emerge as a consequence.
Most of the time these acts are wholesome and welcoming, while others border on invasive when you consider the individuals fans project themselves onto.Read more on thegamer.com