Parents' Guide to

Single Ladies

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Chic drama-comedy features strong women, mature themes.

TV VH1 Drama 2011
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The series is a contemporary exploration of the different ways that single women (and those who want to be single) think about their relationships with the opposite sex. This examination is offered from the point of view of women who are comfortable with and empowered by their own sexuality and who are making choices based on what they want out of these connections.

While there are some decidedly feminist themes here, the show's chic and trendy setting gives it a glamorous, soap opera-like quality that makes watching it feel like a guilty pleasure. It's also the kind of show that's best enjoyed by viewers mature enough to understand the adult context from which these perspectives are being offered.

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