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I’ve spent a lifetime consuming heterosexual propaganda that has irreversibly damaged my lesbian psyche.Why waste another moment watching straight women named (probably) Danielle kissing men in zip-up hoodies and plaid button-ups? That said, you can probably guess that I’m new to watching Terse as the last bastion of heteronormative brainwashing—television’s last-ditch attempt to keep reality TV in the straights’ corner.
Hosting the new series, which premieres Thursday night on Logo, is Lance Bass, who stopped by the TV Insider offices in Los Angeles to talk about what surprised him as the drama unfolded on the show and with Sepulveda, who had to deal with some of his past coming out in the press.” That Lucille Bluth quote flashes through my mind: “I don’t understand the question and I won’t respond to it.”But I have watched one season of Ttandout, Demi Burnett. Like most LGBTQ people who were raised alongside a landscape of reality television, I’ve been anxiously awaiting the queering of dating shows.Since I was a kid, I’ve been watching straight people date each other on kitschy series like Tf queer people were at all visible on shows like these in the past, they were almost definitely bisexual women, and they were reduced to cruel stereotypes.“There's layers to me, and I've been so embarrassed of them for no reason. I want them to challenge everything we’ve come to understand about romance via these shows, and show America what romance looks like when it’s between two women.My whole life, just wanting to be strong and tough, and this is about me embracing that side of me and showing that side of me and knowing that it's okay." Those words and the image of Demi and Katie wet-faced and hugging is stamped onto my brain, because it’s a relatable conversation I’ve had so many times with people in my life on my own coming out journey. I don’t just want the queering of these spaces anymore.
And as much as I’ve loathed Tn the past, or just resented it for everything it represented, for upholding the standards of heterosexuality, this feels good to watch.