Reality show dating in the dark

Scenes then focused on her sexually aggressive nature, which she doesn't feel represents her personality at all.She said her friends and family questioned the uncharacteristic move."I bit him because he was such a bad kisser.According to Perl-Raver, producers and editors created narratives and clichés based on exaggerated actions or parts of their personality.During Chris' final date with Sasha Perl-Raver, producers captured and chose to air an aggressive kiss where she bites him on the lip.In her blog, she writes "A large part of me feels like they edited out some of the best stuff to make the storylines clichéd enough to entertain without illumination" – a perfect metaphor for her dark dating experience.

"They put out casting calls to agencies and casting companies.

She spoke with me recently about her televised dating experience and had some insightful comments on reality TV today, how it got here, and where it should head next.

Perl-Raver admits that she had her own reasons for appearing on , in which each episode, three men and three women get acquainted in complete darkness before selecting a suitable match to see in the light.

Perl-Raver believes reality television has an opportunity to illuminate some of the more truthful sides of life – details about real people, real feelings, and real situations.

I asked Perl-Raver what she thinks about ultimate question, is love blind? "The only love that's truly blind is between a parent and their child.

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