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She also shares how the show is “fantastic” at displaying diversity in the bisexual experience.“I really liked how Michael’s character was displayed alongside characters like Daisy who are really confident in themselves and their sexuality,” says Lois.In 2018 we know that sexuality is fluid and sharing the stories and experiences, the laughter and the love making, of young bi people is so important.So get ready to see the true stories of bisexual singles, who are the largest part of the LGBTQ community, but the least known."is guaranteed to be a rollercoaster, and through it all the cast will provide each other with support and encouragement as they share their stories, form new friendships and go looking for love.
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Maybe this is two steps back, but there’s such an insurgence from minorities,” she shares.
“There are gay people in every community, there are bi people in every community and they can come together with a bit of strength.
“I think it really showed the range of experiences that bisexual people have.” “For straight people watching the show, they’ll still see straight people going on dates.
They’ll see one bisexual person and one straight person going on dates,” she informed Newsbeat.
“I was worried it was going to perpetuate the stereotypes that bisexual people are promiscuous, that we’re unfaithful, that we’re just in it for sex,” says Lois Shearing, who runs Network Bi — an online bisexual support form.