Andi Dorfman Slams 'Bachelor' Double Standards - "I Was Called a Slut On National Television" - Boss Mirror

Andi Dorfman Slams ‘Bachelor’ Double Standards – “I Was Called a Slut On National Television”

pariet 10 mg nebenwirkungen The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are both exactly the same reality shows, except for one thing – The intimacy element.

zocor 5mg Fantasy suite dates are the most talked about, especially when it involves a Bachelorette.

amaryl flex 2mg bula while no one seems to raise an eyebrow over a Bachelor’s decision to enjoy some private time with a contestant or two, the same can’t be said when a Bachelorette makes that call.

Andi Dorfman learned this hard lesson when she was dubbed a “slut” after it was revealed (By Nick Viall himself) she’d been intimate with runner-up Nick Viall on their Fantasy Suite date, as well as winner Josh Murray during their fantasy suite date, in her season of The Bachelorette.

Now she’s finally speaking out about that double standard.

“After that aired, I saw clips of national news anchors on TV calling me a slut. Verbatim. On live national television, calling me a slut,” Dorfman recalled in a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter.

“You never see them say that about the Bachelor. Almost every Bachelor has sex with everyone he goes into the fantasy suites with. Obviously there are some exceptions, but regardless, you never hear anything of it.

She still hasn’t heard the end of it. She continues –

“And yet we as a society will go so far as to call a woman a slut for having sex with two men that she’s been dating,” she continued. “Two men whose families she’s met, who have professed their love to her and two men she has feelings for. And, somehow, having sex with them becomes grounds to call her a slut. Why? Because of the number of men? Because it appears like they happened one after another? ”

“What people likely don’t realize is that the Fantasy Suites are stretched out over a two-week time span. It does come in one quick episode, but this isn’t back-to-back like viewers see.”

“I said in my book (‘It’s Not Okay: Turning Heartbreak Into Happily Never After’): I was a 27-year-old woman, I liked two guys that I was in relationships with and I was doing what I felt was right and what I still feel, to this day, was right. I did, what most other women — and certainly most men — in my position would have done. When I came to that conclusion I realized that I could sleep at night just fine, and that’s all that mattered.”

 

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