For a genre overflowing with easy sex, reality TV is surprisingly opposed to women's desire. Looking the part of femme fatale is expected; acting the part by pursuing sex on her own terms just because she wants it will earn a woman a scarlet S for slut on shows like The Bad Girls Club, Charm School, and Bachelor Pad. (The letters may rotate among the many synonymous insults for this stock character: "whore" and "skank" are thrown around like any other noun, while "hootchie" and "ho" are hurled especially at women of color.) On the flip side of that reality TV coin is the slut's nemesis, the good girl. Women can be good girls if they are reluctantly seduced after copious amounts of booze, or coerced into making out because they fear rejection if they don't go along with it, or if they use sex either as a bargaining chip to trap a man or as an act of desperation to prove their love.