Byline: Eric Edwards
Cinderella set a bad example for women. The fantasy of being swept from the shadows into the arms of a handsome prince gives women the idea that the main occupations of a man are to be endlessly charming and to live in a castle.
Actually, the castle is our saving grace. Even little girls growing up on the romantic fantasy realize there aren't too many princely castles in the suburbs. On a personal level, they can't relate to Cinderella. Although women still want to be swept off their feet, the man doing the sweeping is likely to be behind the wheel of a Honda Accord and not atop a white stallion.
ABC's "The Bachelorette," on the …