Watching reality TV is like that other pastime - everyone's doing it, but no one wants to admit it.
In keeping with THM's tradition of tackling the issues that really matter, we bring you our new weekly feature: ANTM debrief. You may also want to comment on other shows, including Project Runway. (I'd love to join you, but I seldom manage to see it right to the end - it's past my bedtime.)
Tonight, Dominique and her irritatingly high self-confidence got sent packing. I can't say I'll miss her. But I've been intrigued by the ongoing, mocking comments made by the judges about Dominique looking like a transvestite. Most often, they've come from Mr Jay, who's not exactly known for conforming to gender conventions.
A little bit of maleness is endearing - I remember the lesbian model (Kim?) was celebrated for her boyish charm. But too much masculinity is a bad thing, apparently. Why is it shameful for a model - indeed, for any woman - to be 'masculine'? And what does it mean to be masculine anyway?