We start another season of the Bachelorette and it's more amazing than ever, because it has two bachelorettes pitted against each other in a death match. In the montage of both women, we see that Kaitlyn knows the word "deflect" and Britt is insane.
We open with Chris telling Britt that she isn't the Bachelorette! Holy #$%$ that was NOT what I thought. What the F. I predict some of the guys just up and leave when they realize Britt is gone. That's so totally bizarre.
Can we really blame them for taking a hot and heavy makeout session to the next obvious level? And if we can, then we've got to be consistent with our blame: If women are expected to abstain, then men must be too.
In a world where we, as women, are all already comparing ourselves to one another, the last thing we need is an emphasis on this unfair comparison, and that's exactly what this Bachelorette announcement did.
Two hours of The Bachelor and you find yourself wanting to be more brave and bold when it comes to love. More open and honest and say the things you desperately know you need to but simply don't know how.
While I watch the show in part for the love stories, the other part is for the contestants (and all of their drama), of course! I decided to take a closer look at all of the contestants who go on the show, starting with what they do for a living.
The truth is, even those expressions of Love have to stem from a feeling that an individual has inside of him/herself. We actually already have all of the Love we could ever need or desire -- inside of us.