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‘Bachelorette’ star, Hannah Brown opens up about being ‘slut-shamed’, ‘We have to get the language to change

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Hannah Brown has been talking about the fact that “slut-shamed” on social media is to openly talk about her sex life, on the reality dating show “The Bachelorette.”

The former pageant queen took the headlines this week, sent home by a participant, Lucas, Parker, who is said to be on the show that he didn’t want to continue on with their relationship if she had sex with one of the two remaining men.

“I’m with the people who know me the most, and think,” What am I-sex little girl?’ Nice, I had only kissed boys, and I have had sex with both of my long relationship with friends,” the 24-year-old told People magazine a while ago and published the interview. “The university was, for the first time. It wasn’t like I was what one would call promiscuous.’ And now I’ve got slut-shamed for doing so.”

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Brown said that they would not be able to understand the treatment, because the show is about to go out on more dates, and eventually getting engaged in the finale.

“It’s just not very good, because this is a show that is trying to find a husband and to be a part of a relationship, a marriage, and physical intimacy,” she told the magazine. If you want to make out with a guy, I’m going to be with them.”

Brown added: “We’ve got to get the language to change how women talk to women and what men do to women, and how we are a disgrace to the decisions that we make.”

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“Everybody’s relationship is different, and we need to support and encourage each other, and to make sure that we have the right to make decisions for ourselves, and we have to be ready for a relationship.”

She said that it is the right decision for her was to send in the Parker house because of the Brown felt as though he were judging her and trying to her body.

“I just want to make sure that you are not going to be sexually intimate with another relationship here,” he said on the show. “I have all the confidence in the world you are in, but at the same time, I just want to make sure we’re on the same page. Like, if you told me you were going to have sex or you had sex with one or more of these guys, I would like to go home now, with 100 percent of the time.”

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“My husband would never say what you just said to me,” she said as she guided him towards the exit of the bus.

After the episode aired, the two had an exchange of words on Twitter.

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“It’s a difference in how we view sin, the answer will be,” Parker wrote. “I’m still crying at me, and laugh at you. All the sins of stitches. My heart aches for the both of us.”

Mr Brown said: “time and again, to Jesus christ, and he ate with ‘sinners’, who were laughing. And time and time and time again he was admonished to “saints” who judge. Where do you get that Lucas? #TheBachelorette.”

Parker’s brother, told Fox News Radio’s Todd Starnes that the ABC deliberately edited the major segments of the tone of Brown that share the same views on sex and that his brother was right.

“In the absence of these discussions, it makes Lucas look at, to judge, and when they talk about having sex,” Mike Parker told Starnes.

https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/todd-starnes-bachelorette-luke-parker-family-abc-anti-christian-bigotry

Fox News’ Jessica Sager contributed to this report.

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