This article on IndieWire is a bit harsh, calling Bridgerton’s storyline as “perpetrating harmful myths” (I’m not too keen on the word choice).  So let’s back-up the carriage here, folks.  He’s not just talking about the series, but he’s criticizing the premise of Julia Quinn’s historical romance novel, and undoubtedly thousands of other books by other authors. Apparently, due to the so-called lack of “practical sex education in this country,” the information expressed in this series paints a “dismal” portrait.  It gives the idea that sex is “wildly passionate” and everlasting love is the norm (those darn romance books with HEA).  I doubt readers believe that the Duke & I is a sex education manual.  The writer of this article definitely doesn’t understand the historicalContinue Reading