Rey is a strong independent girl and kylo is just not good. If you ship this abusive couple just know that it's not all pink and roses. Kylo ren wants and tried multiple times to KILL rey. so no I don't think they were infintenlating rey.
Okay, well, we both can agree that Rey’s a strong, independent woman, but on all other fronts I respectfully disagree.
First off, Kylo never tried to kill Rey in the movie (and this fact is supported by official novelizations, see evidence here). But I guess if you don’t pay enough attention to the film like a lot of antis, it’s easy to come to that wrong conclusion.
You can dislike Kylo as a character—that’s your prerogative—but flat-out saying that that “kylo is just not good" ignores canonical evidence that he has light in him and that he can be redeemed if Disney chooses to do so. Blanket statements like that also ignore the multidimensionality of his character. When you and other antis pigeonhole Rey and Kylo into these two extremes of 100% good or 100% evil, it’s a disservice to their characters. They both have an equal amount of light and dark in them; there’s a balance.
And yeah, the ship isn’t all ~puppies and rainbows and butterflies~ at the moment, but that’s pretty self-evident. They’re adversaries in a war. I don’t want to speak on behalf of other reylo shippers, but I’m not expecting, nor do I want Kylo and Rey to immediately stop what they’re doing and start up a relationship in the direct aftermath of tfa. He’s he’s obviously still a villain at this point in the story, but that doesn’t mean he can’t change. If Kylo and Rey just remained stagnant in their development as characters as you think they should, it’d be boring.
But regardless anon, you shouldn’t pass judgement and ~call out~ other people for liking ships or characters that you (and other antis) deem “problematic” because 1) that’s censorship 2) it’s fiction, and 3) it’s frankly none of your or anyone’s business. I’m not going to judge, bully, or hijack someone else’s post like your pal over here over a fictional ship of all things because that’s what you call fandom policing and it’s a dickish thing to do.