To All the Boys I've Loved Before Reviews
What I love the most about it is the perfect balance that strikes between comedy and drama, the audience is never in a state of a constant parade of emotions and feelings but it sneaks up on you and it engages you and for me that's the essence of a great movie, creating a comfortable vibe where you can enjoy the story with being forced to take on instantly ready canned scenarios, I guess all I'm saying is that " To all the boys I've loved before " keeps it simple and ultimately that's why it pulled off such a great story knowing how hard it is to adapt a great book, and yeah it was lot of fun to watch.
I am disappointed that Asian males were basically excluded in a novel written by an Asian female author. Your novel To all the Boys I've Loved Before doesn't contribute anything to changing existing stereotypes when it had so much potential to. Your novel glorifies the White Male Asian Female (WMAF) relationship, from Lara Jean's parents to the main plot of the story. It upholds the white supremacy and excludes Asian males as romantic options. What's worse is that your novels are targeted at teenage girls, so you're indoctrinating them with white worshiping attitudes from a young age. When your primarily female fan base grows up, they would socially exclude Asian males in favor of white males and propagate existing racial hierarchies in society. Why couldn't LG have a Korean father and a Caucasian mother? Why were none of the letters that LG wrote addressed to an Asian male? Your novel seems like one Asian woman's fantasy about dating white guys. Which is fine, but you should be more cautious of the societal impact and excluding an entire racial/gender group.
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