The Bachelor's Madison Prewitt Isn’t Wrong For Having Standards
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Madison Prewett May Be On ‘The Bachelor’ But She Isn’t Wrong For Having Standards

Don't ever be apologetic for your standards.

Madison Prewett May Be On ‘The Bachelor’ But She Isn’t Wrong For Having Standards

For those who watch "The Bachelor," we just finished the fantasy suite week.

Oooooh, how exciting… not. I think the fantasy suite idea is one of their stupidest. It makes the girls feel special for one night then struggle the nights he's with other women. It's genius for the producers who keep the ratings high, but the torment it does to girls' emotions is not worth it. Let's not forget they have only known each other for six weeks and they're expected to sleep together.

I can't stand it, but I watched because Madison Prewett is a freaking queen and she knows herself and the standards she sets for herself and for her future husband.

While I'm sure many people are siding with Victoria F. saying that you know what you sign up for and it's not fair to give him an ultimatum. Well, first of all, Victoria F., I'm sorry you don't hold yourself to a higher standard, but Madison is allowed to choose what she wants in a man and if that means not sleeping with any other women regardless of fantasy suite week, I don't think she should be ashamed for that.

She told Peter before this whole week happened that she would leave if he slept with the other women. He didn't have to be intimate with the other women, but he was willing to risk losing Madison for a night or two with different women.

Peter had a choice and now he has to face the consequences. He could have walked away if he really cared and wanted Madison. But he didn't and honestly, I hope Madison leaves and leaves him behind. She deserves someone who is more of a man than Peter. She wants a man of faith, a spiritual leader, someone who will strive for purity with her and Peter said himself, that's not him.

That's fine, but Madison is the whole freaking package and there are men of God out there who will exceed her expectations.

A lesson to all you ladies out there, do not settle. You have your standards for a reason. There is a guy out there that will blow you away. Set your standards high and hold them there.

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