Ali Fedotowsky: Nick Viall’s ‘Bachelor’ Is Too “Focused on Sexuality”
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Ali Fedotowsky: Nick Viall’s ‘Bachelor’ Is Too “Focused on Sexuality”

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Ali Fedotowsky is not on board with the theme of The Bachelor this season.

The latest episode of the ABC show was chock-full of boobs, very little clothing, and a whole lot of sexuality — we’re looking at you, Corinne Olympios! —  a few things the former Bachelorette just can’t stand behind.

"I was a bit shocked by how some of the girls were behaving (although I probably shouldn’t have been)," she wrote on her Ali Luvs blog Tuesday, January 10.

Nick Viall, the lucky Bachelor of Season 21, also rewarded Corinne for her sexual advances by giving her the group date rose, which might not have been such a good idea in the long run.

"Overall, I am pretty disappointed with how some of the girls are handling themselves. Brittany asked Nick whose boobs were better — hers or Corinne's,” the mother of one continued.  

“Corinne got naked on her first date. And Lacey said, 'What if I had taken my shirt off — would I have gotten the rose?' I know she was trying to make a point suggesting that’s what Nick wants (and I think Lacey is very sweet). But in general, there is just too much focus on sexuality this season already."

While a little sexual humor is OK every now and then, the 32-year-old is tired of seeing it take over the episodes completely.

"Even the boob birthday thing at the end," she said about Alexis’s birthday celebration for her fake boobs.

"It was funny, and I can appreciate humor, but again, it seems like too much for it only being the second episode.”

The blogger, who is a new mom, doesn’t want daughter Molly growing up thinking she has to lose her clothes to get a good guy.

“As a mom, I sat there and watched the showing, thinking, 'I never want my daughter to think she has to behave this way to find a good man,’” she continued.  

“I'm not trying to put the girls down by calling them out on this either. It just makes me sad, I guess. I hope they all know they are better than this."

What do you think? Has there been too much sexuality this season? Let us know your thoughts!