Is Steffy being rewritten purposely to represent... (General Discussion)

by Drangonfly, Thursday, May 16, 2019, 11:11AM (63 days ago) @ muppetfish

Is keeping Steffy as a strong, independent single mother who is also career successful as part of the MeToo Movement? It shows that women can rear a family, be career success and doen't need to rely on a man. Go Steffy!

The Me Too movement is about sexual abuse. But I am very interested in seeing what Steffy does if/when Hope and Liam break up. The way she was written right before she left for Paris, I don't see her wanting Liam back. If she does, it would be a step back from the woman that gave those speeches last summer. I think she's actually going to support Hope and Liam. I think she'll do this by telling her crazy brother to back off.

How is Steffy supposed to support Hope and Liam they are not even together and if Hope herself if treating him like crap? If she shows Hope the same support Hope showed her when Liam was living at the hotel, it won't end well for Hope! I think Steffy will support them IF they are together! If Hope leaves him and he doesn't want to fight for his marriage anymore, Steffy has no reason to stay away from Liam! As long as she doesn't kiss him and tell him to divorce his wife like Hope did last summer, she will he better!

Huh? Hope and Liam are together. She isn't treating him like crap. Far from it.

Spoilers state that their marriage crumbles so they are heading for splitsvil.

Imo hope is acting kind of selfish... It's all about her and Liam isn't getting a second thought. Like he didn't lose his daughter and cousin. Her actions may seem altruistic / selfless but actually come from a very selfish place. If hope stopped her pitty party she might realise that.

We don't know if the spoilers will come to fruition. It could be that Hope and Liam are about to split up but don't. There is a spoiler that Steffy will support them. (Annika's Emmy interview). My guess is that she will tell Thomas to stop manipulating them. But even if they do split, that doesn't mean they can't get back together.

It just isn't true that Hope is treating Liam badly. Or that she's selfish. The ENTIRE story line has been about her selflessly putting the girls needs before her own. No one can get inside a character's head and say that their actions come from a selfish place. Do you have a direct line to the writing team?

"All she can think about is the well-being of these beautiful babies. It’s not about her at all. And she just wants what’s best for everyone involved.” - Annika Noelle on Hope

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