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Disgusting display that sets back women's liberation several generations
I have never seen one of these shows before, other than snippets on E or The Soup. However, as this show is set in Vancouver, and I was born and raised there, I thought I would watch one full episode.
I wish I hadn't.
I really want to scream in rage at whoever is in charge, I want to scream in frustration that such a show should even exist. Who are these Botox Barbies in fur coats sharpening their childish witticisms? Who marries these kinds of females? They are toxic and there is nothing 'real' about any part of them, especially not their teeth colour, skin colour, hair colour, boobs, or personalities. Do these women not realize that they are being watched only because everyone is laughing at them - they are cartoons of femininity!
Toronto society had the good taste to back out of participating in this type of show because the women were too smart and knew that they would become laughing stocks. These Vancouver women, whoever they might be (nobody has ever heard of them before), are stupid and desperate.
This show is revolting, and the women are setting back the women's liberation movement 80 years. I am appalled and saddened - who thought this was a good idea for a show? Shame on you.
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