Bret michaels dating taya parker
The Poison front man explained why he decided to put his dating life on display, why he thinks his show is different than other dating series, and how it's going with the woman who won his heart this season.TVGuide.com: Why did you decide to do concept, but it's not for me.“Although the couple have separated they remain great friends and are committed to jointly raising their two daughters.” Michaels, 49, and Gibson, 41, together share two daughters, Raine Elizabeth, 12, and Jorja Bleu, 7.
I didn't like it, but at least it was pretty straightforward and the women were being honest about their sexual desires (even if, to me, those desires seemed misplaced).
I think that's why I feel so grossed out by the insidious sexual morality tale of the finale, because the reason I've been drawn to Rock of Love Bus is that (up until now) it's been one of the few shows on television that didn't ask women to apologize for our sexuality.
On the other hand, Taya, the too-good-to-be-true Penthouse model, told Bret she'd rather not spend the night with him at the end of her respective date. This all coming from a man who has spend the past three months (or 22 years, depending on how you look at it) talking about how much he loves sex with women, and strippers, and threesomes, and porn, and, you get the picture. Leading up to the series finale, my feminist hackles were raised during Rock of Love Bus because Bret (and the contestants on the show, and the producers, and VH1, etc.) encouraged women to use their sexuality to get attention and compete with one another.
The skimpier their outfits and the raunchier their behavior, the nearer the contestants came to winning Bret's ballad-singing affections.
I had just come out of this relationship, have two daughters and like my privacy. Three months later, VH1 came back and said you're the one we want to do it.
You throw a good party, you can hold half a conversation and still got a few brain cells left [ TVGuide.com: With two young daughters, do you have reservations about doing such a risqué show?
Those of you who, like me, have been hooked on VH1's Rock of Love Bus this season (perhaps against some of your better feminist judgment), may have found last night's finale a bit unfulfilling.
Not only was it a challenge to care whether it was Taya or Mindy (the two final contestants) who won Bret's cowboy-hat loving heart in the end, but the episode broke some new and unsettling ground when it came to reinforcing sex and gender-based stereotypes.
The first season winner was 24-year-old Jes Rickleff from Naperville, Illinois.
At the reunion, she revealed that she did not have romantic feelings for Michaels, and that she thought that he should have chosen the runner-up, Heather.
(You thought they had already broken all of the available ground and then some, didn't you?Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating