Conclusion At times Iago's schemes seem to work unrealistically well which you could say proves this idea of magic and potions.
The language used is overly colloquial at times "we are left to wonder if Iago is in fact gay" which should be avoided.
I would have liked to have seen "the audience" used in place of "we" but other than that spelling, punctuation and grammar are fine.
Emilia replies, " You shall not write my praise." Shakespeare set's up their rocky relationship from the first exchange we see between them. Middle It might not be that he's exactly gay, just not really into women either.
Iago could be played as vein and love himself as he is completely selfish.