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Miss Advised

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Lots of sex talk by dating experts trying to find mates.

TV Bravo Reality TV 2012
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The series offers a voyeuristic and sometimes humorous look at how these women, who are known experts in the world of relationships and sex, are navigating their way through the complex and stressful world of dating. It notes how these women have the same needs, hopes, and issues as any other person looking for a relationship. It also highlights some of the added pressures people place on them in the dating world because of their chosen careers.

Not surprisingly, the show contains its fair share of uncomfortable dating moments, as well as frank conversations about sexual acts and other mature subject matter that makes it a questionable viewing choice for younger viewers. Some folks may also be surprised by some of the dating approaches discussed here, particularly as it relates to monogamy and transgendered populations. But for those who like guilty pleasures, this one certainly fits the bill.

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