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And Aria was entering her junior year of high school when she met him which makes her around So that's about 7 years. But, I don't think. Even when they show Ezra with Aria's friends, it's either him as an authority figure I think there's a big difference between a 16 year old dating a 26 year old. (The show is set in Pennsylvania where the age of consent is 16, but But even after discovering that Ezra was just dating Aria for his book all.
For whatever reason, he decides to see her anyway.
After the slightly rocky start, things pretty much go smoothly for them. Even "A" doesn't seem to cause many problems for them and even helps them a few timesEven when they do have problems, somehow they manages to stay together At what point did the writers decide glorifying this kind of relationship was a good idea? Why did Marlene decide that it was ok for Aria and Ezra to be "endgame"? This is a show that is targeted for teenagers. When you make a show, book, movie, etc, whose demographic is pre-teen or teens, glorifying certain things sends them the message that it is an acceptable behavior.
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There was an interview that Troain, Shay, Ashley, and Lucy did back in where these two teenage girls said they would "totally do what Aria did and date a teacher" and then they briefly discussed the relationship, although still managing to glorify it.
No real teacher who has ever had a relationship with a student is anything like Ezra. They are all predators and it scares me that these girls would put themselves in that kind of toxic situation. Addionally, girls may also think it's ok to lead a guy into thinking your older than you are, as Aria had done with Ezra.3x01 Aria & Ezra #1
There have been countless innocent men who have been led to believe the girl they slept with was of age, only to find themselves arrested later with the "sex offender" label branded to them for life.
This needs to be corrected. As one of the show's most relatable and realistic aspects, Aria and Ezra's relationship doesn't exactly send the best message to PLL's young viewers. All television is bad encouragement! Dawson's Creek and Gossip Girl for example.
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And if viewers had to take one message to heart from this show, let it be about love and not psycho stalkers, killers and crazy classmates. Whereas most teen boys are sex-crazed, Aria and Ezra prove that young relationships can be deeper than just the physical.
Aria has a lot on her plate right now: At only 18, Aria needs to focus on herself — not her boyfriend and his newly discovered 7-year-old son. I mean, Aria's mature, but not that mature. And nor should she be! When she's not chasing down A, Aria's life should be happy and carefree, not playing stepmom or a supporting role in Ezra's new family life.
Plus, when will she ever find the time to catch up on all her favorite English lit with so many responsibilities? Just relax for a minute, Aria! Not everything good in life has to be so much stress. Who's to judge what someone's idea of fun is? With her parents' split and a crazy psycho on the loose, Ezra is the only stable thing in Aria's life. Yes, Ezra now has a son, but he also made it very clear that he wants her to remain in his life as well.
If she's willing to accept that their relationship might change a little, then that's her decision to make. If she doesn't want to go to parties and instead would rather stay in and read books to Ezra's son, then that's what she should do. Which Pretty Little Liars actress doesn't look her age? It's hard to root for a couple that lies to each other Aria lies about A.
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Ezra lies about his family. Aria lies about Ezra's brother and son. Ezra's made a habit of going AWOL.
Does that sound healthy to you? Then again, what can you expect of a relationship founded on fibs? None of this ever would have happened had Aria just been honest with Ezra when they first met. And while all the deception makes for great drama, I'm getting a little tired of this particular rollercoaster. Can't they just be honest with each other?
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Even I would probably jump aboard the Ezria train then or at least flirt with the option. This is a show about lying — it's even in the title! I don't condone relationships founded on lies, but you have to give a little legroom when it's in a show based around deceit. Ultimately, what Aria and Ezra mainly stay silent about is their way of protecting the other.
If Aria involves Ezra in A's game, he's put at risk of getting shot, killed, hit by a car, etc. Ezra's mom sucks, and he'd like to shield Aria from her awfulness.