‘The Bachelorette’ has a way of teaching us week after week what not to do. This week’s lesson? Don’t blow six figures on a Harvard education.
‘The Bachelorette’ got a little risqué Tuesday night, with a group date round of dodgeball digressing into a strip version of the game, and detractors aren’t happy about it.
The feminist idea of toxic masculinity has confused men into thinking women want weak-willed, easily-swayed, emotion-driven men. We don’t.
In a simple TV advertisement, ABC’s “The Bachelor” franchise revealed its latest show aimed at seniors. It’s tentatively titled “Golden Years.”
As if Victoria and Peter hadn’t had enough roller coasters for one day, the manipulative masterminds behind ‘The Bachelor’ took the duo on an emotional one, booking country singer — and Victoria’s ex — Chase Rice.
Hannah Brown is free to make all the bad choices she wants, but a truly empowered woman would own the outcomes, not make others bear the consequences.
The problem with so many Christ-claiming celebrities is that they don’t actually believe Jesus is King. It seems Kanye does.
This scene in ‘The Bachelorette’ speaks to a larger issue, that people consider themselves religious, yet they don’t actually want to follow their religion.
Becca and Garrett kept an open mind when building their relationship. In our hyper-politicized culture, more Americans need to do the same.
In last night’s episode of ABC’s ‘The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All,’ host Chris Harrison interviewed the men Becca Kufrin has sent home.
The less prone we are to self-examination, the more self-aggrandizing we become in our denunciations. It’s making our society harsher.
Mary Katharine Ham talks to the Washington Post’s dating and relationship columnist Lisa Bonos about when dating gets political and digital.
Bre Payton and Emily Yahr discuss current drama on ‘The Bachelorette,’ looking back on ‘Sex and The City,’ and both shows in the light of new feminism.
Call us millennials, basic white girls, reality TV addicts, or all of the above, but you won’t keep us from our hallowed tradition: a weekly viewing of ‘The Bachelorette.’
“Bachelorette” Rachel Lindsay chose Bryan Abasolo, the clear frontrunner of the entire season, during the season finale of the ABC show on Monday night.
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