"Bachelor" Producers Track Women's Cycles

There's been a lot of talk these last few days about how women's emotions are manipulated and preyed upon when they appear on "The Bachelor".  And this is only going to make things worse:

In the new tell-all book "Bachelor Nation", former producers say that they tracked the women's menstrual cycles, so they could create maximum drama.

They felt that women on their period were more likely to LOSE IT, and it also made them more susceptible to suggestions from the producers . . . like if they thought a woman should tell the Bachelor she loved him.

One producer said, quote, "It helped, because now you've got someone who is emotional . . . and all you want is emotion."

He added, quote, "When women cycled together in the house, it created a completely different vibe." 

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