But it got me thinking: why do I feel so strongly against the popular views, when I understand why the popular views are as they are.Even when other people agree with me, it is for different reasons.Why does consent matter so much to me, even when I was otherwise caught up in the trappings?I was in fifth grade when I kicked a boy in the balls when he would not leave me alone.In a show that is known for its fast dialogue and unique speaking style that can make everyone seem the same, each of these boys has a unique personality that has nothing to do with these trappings or the unique style of the show, and everything to do with their relationships with other people, and, specifically, Rory.
She's the most caring and considerate woman in the world.
Based on this, Team Dean people are often Team Dean “the early years”; Team Jess people are quick to point out how Jess turned his life around, and Team Logan people are drawn to the grand romantic gestures Logan can afford that the other two cannot.
Yet, when I watch and re-watch the show, it strikes me that these trappings are just that, trappings, there to give Rory what she needs to explore her world.
When you hear the name Rori you can be sure the she's the most amazing girl in the world. Sumi: you broke up with ash Simul: yea she's a jackass Sumi: well who you dating now Simul: Rori I'm so glad me and ashlie broke up Sumi: OMG!
In typical Netflix fashion, the show revival picks up the story after ten years off air.
I have to admit, I have an opinion on the matter, one that differs from most people’s thoughts and it centers around one thing: consent.