As soon as you give up your one valuable asset (your vagina), that's it.
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.
It may have been a bit low-brow for some tastes, but it was honest (and kind of hilarious).
This makes him unable to to ever live monogamously.
Personally I think he is gay, but has to put on a facade to his fan base.
The skimpier their outfits and the raunchier their behavior, the nearer the contestants came to winning Bret's ballad-singing affections.
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).
The 3 seasons each feature (approximately) 20 women competing to be Michaels' girlfriend.
Each week the women face challenges, the winner of which gets to go on a date with Michaels.
I'm not surprised to say that Rock of Love Bus disappoints me, but I am surprised to say that it's because of a weird, moralistic attitude towards female sexuality.
The framing of Bret's decision to be with Taya sent the not-so-subtle message that a man won't buy the cow if he can get the vagina for free, and I expected a different message from good ol' Bret Michaels.
They're often blond, very ambitious and always beautiful.