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In this case though, the outrage (outside the LGBT community) has been pretty much non-existent, and so it is important that I outline for all my non-LGBT readers in particular why outrage is not only an appropriate response, but that it is the only defensible response to what he has said.
More than anything, Lygo has neatly exposed a culture of tokenism when it comes to LGBT representation on television.
I’m all for bromance, but this highlights for me one of the last hurdles we have to jump in terms of representation on television – that of gay sex.
Ever since Charlie Hunnam got toe-curlingly lip-bitingly rimmed by a drugged-up Aidan Gillen in , “LGBT” programming has enjoyed a more open attitude to portraying gay sex on screen – there was some pretty steamy stuff in some of the BBC’s Gay Britannia season earlier this year for instance.
Trailblazers like Brendan Maclean with his excellent music video for “House of Air” (which features pretty much every gay sex act imaginable) push the bounds of what is deemed “acceptable” in mainstream forums, and the fact that it has been nominated for Raindance this year is a positive indicator that perhaps we are beginning to break out into this mainstream a little more.
However, when it comes to people’s living rooms, we have a long way to go.
"Good girl from dysfunctional family gets involved with a bad crowd"--a classic, but this presentation is just too tame.
The characters are not very plausible, and even the "victim" characters are unsympathetic, which really deflates the melodramatic resolution of the movie. That said, while there is nothing very interesting going on in this movie, it's not that unpleasant to watch.
You may of course have some sympathy with what Lygo has said – many do.LGBT people shouldn’t be on television because they’re gay, they should be on television because they are people.specifically, but I do think it’s important to see it in a broad context – the claim that LGBT contestants simply wouldn’t fit the format is overly simplistic.fans will be familiar with the “bromance” that arose between two men, Chris and Kem, this year.There was even the suggestion that they would win if coupled up – as my friend Daisy neatly put it, they were “very tender” with each other.
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