Things We Saw Today: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before Teaser Looks Adorable
I am a huge fan of Jenny Han’s YA To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before trilogy. I started reading it a month ago and instantly was drawn into the orbit of Lara Jean Song Covey, the mixed-race Korean protagonist.
It’s such a charming narrative about a young girl going through life with some intense crushes. Lara Jean writes love letters to all the boys she has ever had a crush on, then keeps them in a teal hatbox given to her by her late mother. Everything is going well until one day, the letters get loose and those private crushes filled with cuteness are exposed to the world and all the embarrassment that comes with it.
Nothing like every guy you’ve ever liked knowing your innermost thoughts about them all at once.
The book is a great read filled with some amazing sisterhood and a dope protagonist. Since Netflix’s Set It Up has basically relaunched the rom-com, I’m excited to see the streaming network tackle this sweet read.
- The Spider-Man character “Silk” will be getting her own comic book series. I’m thrilled to see Cindy Moon get her own series and I hope that she can have a cameo in that upcoming Spider-Verse movie! (via Deadline)
- Bisexual royalty Stephanie Beatriz breaks down how her getting married to a man does not nullify her being bisexual. Sad we have to still have this conversation, but is Pride without having to explain biphobia really Pride at all? (via GQ)
- Continuing our Pride love, this excellent post from Book Riot explores Jughead’s asexuality from the perspective of an asexual person. (via Book Riot)
- Guess what, there are people who want to have sex with Mr. Incredible and here is a fun conversation about it that is not creepy, because it’s not written as part of a review about a children’s movie by a major publication. Context. (via HuffPo)
For our NYC people, how will you be spending your pride weekend? Happy and safe Pride!
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