Mr fitz and aria dating in real life
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Aria actualizes the awkward fantasies that many girls have most likely nursed while enrolled in a class with a young, charismatic teacher or professor.Sara Shepard, the author of the “Pretty Little Liars” book series, and ABC Family are guilty of perpetuating this false image of romance and depicting that this affair is not only acceptable, but desirable and romantic to impressionable teenage girls.No matter how cute or romantic Ezra and Aria appear to be, their relationship is fundamentally illegal and wrong.However, one of the lastest episodes of the series has led to my sudden realization that “Pretty Little Liars” provides a rather skewed and over-romanticized portrait of a relationship that is essentially wrong and illegal. Fitz, now a college professor of English literature, finally comes clean with Aria's parents.He tells them that he ”is in love with their daughter.” As you can imagine, the scene ends terribly.