Her most recent book, reality Matters , is an anthology of essays that she edited about reality shows.
Recognize the reality that it is us, men, who are solely responsible for domestic violence against women.
There were no gay-straight alliances in high school back then or gay characters on reality TV.
Not long after the Dutch nuptial-nullifying company started gaining publicity, a pilot for a reality show called—what else?
Inflating his age by a year (in reality turning 20 at the time), Moon was determined make his birthday a smash.
This was in reality the beginning of Mrs. Dean's carefully laid plan.
Of its reality he made no question; "a plot," he says emphatically, "there was."
These ideas in a hypocrite appear to be inconsistent, but in reality are not.
The people had their chief interest in the future world, about which there could be no reality.
In reality, neither type of mind is complete without the other.
1540s, "quality of being real," from French réalité and directly Medieval Latin realitatem (nominative realitas), from Late Latin realis (see real (adj.)). Meaning "real existence, all that is real" is from 1640s; that of "the real state (of something)" is from 1680s. Sometimes 17c.-18c. also meaning "sincerity." Reality-based attested from 1960. Reality television from 1991.
reality re·al·i·ty (rē-āl'ĭ-tē)
The quality or state of being actual or true.
The totality of all things possessing actuality, existence, or essence.
That which exists objectively and in fact.