A single bachelor dates multiple women over several weeks, narrowing them down to hopefully find his true love.
Typically, the “Bachelor” sticks with gender inequalities that are still culturally acceptable — you know, the men always propose and it’s the women who are expected to relocate for love. There are the hyped-up catfights, the occasional slut-shaming and, of course, the ever-present “‘desperate bachelorette’ trope,” as Jennifer Pozner put it. This is stuff that’s tolerable to most of America. It’s the kind of sexism that generally receives a shoulder shrug and a “relax, don’t take it so seriously.”--Tracy Clark-Flory, Salon, March 11, 2015
Ken Fuchs, Nick Foss, Grant Hall
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