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I was one of the women who tried to stand up to reality TV star and Skinny Girl Vodka founder, Bethenny Frankel, at a women's entrepreneurial summit over the weekend. And was silenced.
I had the opportunity to sit down with Bethenny and I asked her why she was hosting the event. With all of Bethenny's success I was curious as to what the biggest struggle has been within herself from struggling financially to being so successful now?
Having followed the Bravo Housewife machine for years, I as charter member of a vast, guilty pleasure-pleading demographic have stayed tuned as a group of golden ticket holders and their familial/romantic sidekicks have skyrocketed to classically superficial fame & fortune as only the media + its masses can offer.
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He opened up about coming to terms with his sexual orientation and about the traits he looks for in the ideal man. He also spilled the tea on whether the Real Housewives is fake, and about the challenge of making sure the housewives aren't acting to maintain their job security.
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When your professional title is "Skinny Girl," of course wearing your 4-year-old's pajama set is going to spark controversy. Bethenny Frankel's fortune gets bigger as she "helps" women get physically smaller.
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It is Bethenny's mission to have a forum where women feel free to have open conversation. She said the show is "what women talk about when they are out, talking about men, their marriages, their business struggles, their struggles to try to balance it all."
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When I saw that the Skinnygirl mogul and reality star had filed for divorce, I couldn't even bear to read the details. This one feels personal. I'm trying to come to grips with why.
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You know what word the magazine used to describe Bethenny? Driven. And they said it like it was a bad thing. Here's why I have a problem with this: Because I have a daughter. And on any given day she wants to be a wife, actor, mother, dancer, writer, doctor, rockstar, teacher.
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