I've always found it too strange that every time a girl gets sent home, the voice over insists that she's heartbroken.
But I digress.
The producers of the show made such a big deal about this couple saving sexual intimacy for their wedding night, that it was a bit disturbing.
I love that they waited, and that they weren't shy and hush-hush about the fact that they weren't dig'n each other's bones during the entire engagement... it's nice to see some Christian values.
But the emphasis the show put on it was bizarre.
Would they do the opposite?
"Jack and Jill are getting married in the next hour. They have been having lots of sex, and they seem to be very good at it. Which is very important because we can't trust that two people are meant for each other and prepared for marriage unless they are good at boinking each other. So thank heavens this marriage will last because they boinked."See how ridiculous it sounds?
I've never understood the concept that a couple needs to test the waters, or worse yet, "test drive" before they get married, because, "Sex is such an important part of marriage." Sexual compatibility must be proven before you commit to one another? How weird.
You know what - I think there are a lot of men in the world with whom I could be sexually compatible. But finding someone I could share a life with? That is really hard to find!
Methinks the emphasis is on all the wrong things.
I give this Bachelor couple credit for focusing on true compatibilty over their baser instincts.