Rachel had emotionally sent a distraught Peter home during The Bachelorette's 13th season finale, after he refused to commit to proposing to her the next day.When the next day came, Rachel accepted Bryan Abasolo's castle-top proposal in the Spanish countryside - as shown on that finale, which aired last month.Also featured in that photo were fellow Bachelor Nation stars Ashley Iaconetti and Wells Adams.Like Dean and Becca, both Wells and Ashley have also starred on Bachelor In Paradise.That the problem might just be masculinity, plain and simple, is not something we’re eager to countenance.While we might be prepared to apply a little structural analysis to the situation – yes, there is something about men and the way they are conditioned that leads us to this place – we’re unwilling to draw any final conclusions.Which brings us back to the latest instalment of white men and their killing sprees.
Nonetheless, it’s unlikely they’d have found themselves in the embarrassing situation of having a potential wife-beater fronting a campaign for “J’adore” or “Dolce Vita”.
Yesterday, while the news was full of Stephen Paddock’s shooting rampage in Las Vegas, I picked up a copy of the 2017 Boots Christmas catalogue.
I’d hoped for some brief immersion in premature festive schmaltz.
White men have committed more mass shootings than any other group. The only thing I’d question is whether we should be worrying about the toxicity levels of their masculinity.
“Toxic masculinity” is a phrase we hear a lot in relation to male violence.
The quintet were lined up on a black sofa at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.'Dean, if you have bruises on your right knee- sorry for that,' Becca wrote in the caption, gushing: 'WE ARE SO HAPPY TO BE AT #iheartfestival!!!!