True life internet dating mtv
is one of the best programs MTV has picked up in a long time.
Based on the 2009 documentary by the same name, the series stars Nev Schulman who, inspired by his own experience, goes around the country meeting people who have romantic relationships over the Internet with people they've never met.
The focus of the show should have been on men like Ramone being forced to confront and take ownership of their ridiculous caveman attitudes about women.
Rather than ask, "What are these girls going to do about it?
I'm not exactly sure how you're supposed to find one specific person to date exclusively unless you actually date multiple men in order to find that person, but OK.
Maybe he thinks boyfriends drop out of the sky on star beams, targeting chaste women who never go on dates, ever. "If I knew that I was going out with a young lady and two other guys were going with her also, do you know what I would be saying about [her]? He decides her "slutty" ways are enough to warrant removing his children from her life.
Instead, it reinforces them to play up drama for the sake of the cameras.
Young woman with impeccably blown out hair, crying delicately on a Serena & Lily slipcovered armchair (this is me, btw): It started last June.Later, in a conversation with their mother, we get to the crux of Melisa's "slut-shaming." It turns out she's upset because she feels like she's "competing with her" and that Rosa "looks better." Melisa is portrayed as a bad stereotype of the typical jealous woman who lashes out at her younger sister and calls her a "ho" because she feels threatened.This reduces a complicated issue to nothing more than petty woman-on-woman jealousy.Now, as an adult, she has decided that she wants to date a lot of men so she can find the right one.Except, according to her brother, she should only be dating one man exclusively.