A spin off series , that has three alumni bad girls from former seasons of The Bad Girls Club, competing in love games with thirteen eligible bachelors to find their perfect match and prove they are the baddest of the bunch.
Each season, series producers choose a diverse group of seven to eight people in their late teens to mid-20s to live together in a major city. The series presents their spontaneous, ... See full summary »
Alton Williams II,
Let's tell it like it is. Society wants to keep women down. Society has created the cruel illusion that women are only worth as much as they achieve in life whether it be as a pediatrician or a stay-at-home mother. Society, in its perpetual ignorance wants to relegate women to occupations such as retail, teaching, athletics, accounting, dentistry, engineering, the arts, and numerous other sub par career choices. And millions of modern day women are foolish enough to think that these menial jobs lead to fulfilling lives. But how many feminine dentists can spend the late night hours clubbing, dancing, exposing her underwear, making out with men AND women and do it all while drunk and in heels? Perhaps you would counter with, "Any woman could do that." Perhaps, but how many women can do it with as much class and finesse as those in the Bad Girls Club. And don't forget that a wild night like that mentioned above is not always simply a night of passion and fun. All too often, it can lead to a potentially violent encounter with a classLESS, uninhibited she-tramp ill-equipped to contend with the likes of a bad girl. Again, we have a situation to which society collectively says, "Be a 'lady.'" But in the face of adversity and archaic notions of decency, the Bad Girl says, "Oh HELL NAW!" To those ladies who would think themselves so high and mighty as not to succumb to supposedly unbecoming behavior, I ask you, if another female wants to step up and act a fool or put you on blast when she doesn't even know you, is it not only befitting of a lady to put said bitch in her place?
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