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Of the 20-plus startup-related books I've read most recently, the first, "Lean Out: The Struggle For Women, Work and Power" by Alisa Vitti, resonated most deeply with me. Vitti's book, at once personal and academic, chronicles the long-term effects of the glass ceiling of corporate America and the policies and culture that continue to keep the original half of the new society below water.
Mason Temple is a fresh face on-screen as he spent most of the recent years studying theatre. Ginny and Georgia went onto being the actor's big break although he has ventured into a few background roles in several popular series like Six, The Code and iZombie. As of 2021, Mason Temple's age is 25 although he sports a character 10 years younger as a highschooler. Although there's not much information on the actor online, one can understand a lot about him just by taking a look at his Instagram. Mason Temple's Instagram bio reads, "The biracial actor with a human face, not a building with an Illuminati affiliation."
Upon pulling into Wellsbury, Ginny is instantly smitten with Marcus Baker (Felix Mallard), the handsome bad boy who just happens to live across the street. And on the first day of school, she locks eyes with Hunter Chen (Mason Temple), the also-handsome, straight-A student in her new group of friends. Like any series that takes place in high school, Ginny & Georgia gives us a good old-fashioned love triangle. However, in this case, the question is not which guy should Ginny end up with, but rather which guy is less terrible for Ginny? Since there is truly no right answer here and we can all appreciate the drama that is being a teenager, two POPSUGAR editors have come together to dispute the Hunter-Ginny-Marcus affair like the mature adults that we are. Are you Team Marcus or Team Hunter? Let's dive into the latest edition of Ship Wars. (Source: www.popsugar.com)
YK: You're right, I can agree that Ginny and Marcus had better chemistry, especially leading up to their first hookup. But any chance of romance is ruined for me when Ginny realizes Marcus is in a relationship or, since he refuses to commit to Padma, when she realizes he's not exactly available. To that point, judging by the way he treated Padma, I'm also not very convinced that he'd be a good boyfriend given the chance. I know he wasn't that into her, but come on, she definitely deserved more respect. I wouldn't trust a guy like that to be an amazing boyfriend to anyone, even if it's someone he really loves, like Ginny. There are some real sparks between Ginny and Marcus — fine, more so than between her and Hunter — but I do think the forbidden nature and secrecy of their relationship made their connection seem more thrilling, and their moments together that much more intimate and exciting. Hunter may not have the pull of a hot bad boy, but I don't think Ginny and Hunter had zero chemistry. They shared some cute moments (I thought the Battle of the Bands song and birthday dance were adorable and thoughtful!). But more importantly, Ginny seemed to feel genuinely comfortable and secure around Hunter, which is exactly what she was looking for and needed after so much instability in her life.
PK: True, and I agree that Hunter was a good influence, but that academic drive is also what drove them apart. Hunter saw Ginny as a threat to his straight-A, overachieving reputation, and the look on his face while she was reciting her essay could attest to that. He was wowed by her, as was every single viewer, but he was not willing to sacrifice his superlative as "best to bring home to mom and dad" to let Ginny shine academically. That's not to say that Marcus was a positive influence, but he knew her on a far deeper level than Hunter did. He recognized his trauma and used it to strengthen their relationship through open communication — such as asking her about self-harm and letting her know he was there for her. Of course, this was all in secrecy behind Maxine's back, but the deepest level that Hunter and Ginny reached was talking about college application requirements at his family dinner table, and that dinner conversation was one big cringe. (Source: www.popsugar.com)