Why I am a Feminist and still watch Germany's Next Topmodel


"The last few weeks another sin began to flicker on my TV"


A few weeks ago I told you everything about why I am a feminist and still watch the bachelor. I just can't help myself with these trash TV shows, I love them even though I don't want to support them due to moral reasons. The last few weeks another sin began to flicker on my TV. You all know it, you all hate it and love it. I am talking about Germany's next topmodel. I think there is one in almost every country and it is the same distasteful thing everywhere. But every Thursday I find myself lying on the sofa at exactly quarter past eight in the evening waiting for the show to come on like a child lustering after presents on Christmas morning. I'm ashamed, but at least I'm honest. And I can already hear you screaming: "And you call yourself a feminist?" Guess what, yes I do. 







"I applaud these women for having the strength to not watch these two hours of pure entertainment gold and keeping up to their morals. I can't do it."


Before the show started this year, Heidi Klum, the devil in disguise in German tv, was looking for new models via instagram and created the #Iamgermanysnexttopmodel2018, where girls can basically apply for the show. A lot of girls and women reacted with the #notheidisgirl, to show that there are plenty of women, who don't fit the shows' (and fashion industry's) standard and I applaud these women for having the strength to not watch these two hours of pure entertainment gold and keeping up to their morals. I can't do it. But my argument is the same I already stated when talking about "The Bachelor" before. On one hand, I find these shows really entertaining and with Germany's next topmodel I especially like the fashion aspect. On the other hand, and I know I am getting a little repetitive here, but I strongly believe in the right to free decisions and not one of these girls is forced to sign up for a trash tv show. I mean, it is an open secret that the writers of these shows try to create some drama and action, so you know what you are going into.





"Please be better than myself and help these girls"

Nevertheless, I do not like the morality that is promoted in this show. It forces the girls to be so competitive and to forget everything they know about humanity and a peaceful and respectful cohabitant (Granny Maren talking to you right now). So if you can resist to watch the show, please do. Please be better than myself and help these girls to not regret their teenage years decisions when they are trying to get a socially accepted job a few later. Thank you, I owe you one.




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