The new series began with 1.4 million viewers, a 9.1% share of the audience, from 10pm on Monday.It had the better of Channel 5’s Big Brother, which drew 1.2 million viewers (7.9%) and BBC2’s Rhod Gilbert’s Work Experience.‘It’s one thing to say these words, it’s quite another to see them projected on to someone’s body like this.
Unsurprisingly, Monday’s first episode – which featured a bisexual female contestant and full frontal nudity – won its fair share of criticism.
The Telegraph claimed the show was nothing more than a “meat market” with the Daily Mail labelling it “Blind Date in a Brothel”.
‘Gay in denial’, ‘pick one’ and ‘it’s just a phase’ are just some of the insults that Lewis Oakley is subject to.
One of the biggest health issues facing bisexuals is their mental health, according to The Bisexuality Report.
That person's gender could complicate matters - for example, a man whose female partner cheated with another woman wouldn't have to worry about a surprise pregnancy, so perhaps emotional jealousy would become more important.