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Girlfriend Confidential: LA

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Some positive messages amid strong vocab, innuendo.

TV Oxygen Reality TV 2012
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Girlfriend Confidential: LA, which is produced by Marcille, is designed to highlight the importance of friendship in a woman's life, no matter how strong and/or successful she is. It also shows some of the challenges that women face when navigating the cut-throat entertainment and fashion industries, too.

Despite some arguing and drinking, Girlfriend Confidential is much less catty than most female-centered reality shows. The women featured here are strong and goal-oriented, and, above all, they truly respect one another for who they are. It's not meant for younger viewers, but if you like this sort of voyeuristic entertainment, it has enough positive messages and interesting moments to make it worth tuning in to.

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