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“Bridgerton’s” Second Season Shows Us What It Means To Be A Man

Duty and desire are at war for a man’s soul

Viscount Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) emerges from an unexpected plunge in a lake with his wet, white, transparent shirt clinging to his chest.
Shondaland production, Netflix distribution

The people are beautiful, the clothes are beautiful, the settings are beautiful, and the music is beautiful in season two of the Netflix series Bridgerton. Everything is beautiful, so it is an easy show to watch. Panting would-be lovers lock eyes in smoldering gazes and hold their…




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Christine Muller

Writer, researcher, educator, and armchair enthusiast drawn to stories at the blurred boundaries between history and hearsay.

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