Lesbian dating tv
The message was clear: bisexuality is a free-standing sexual preference that is inherent; someone does not “become straight” or “become gay” upon choosing to be in a monogamous relationship with someone. Again, it was made clear that this was a competition which would end in a monogamous relationship with a bisexual woman. Another thing that I liked about all three seasons, especially the latest, was that there was a much wider variety of physical types present.Yeah, you could argue that the girls weren’t supermodels because there is a perception that lesbians aren’t supermodels, but I prefer to think that it’s just refreshing to see small boobs, natural blondes, rangy bodies, and, of course, butchy dykes (yum).
Okay, I know I make this sound a lot deeper than it is. It’s a man’s world, and the Shots at Love producers know it.
Most of the show is close-up shots of hot girls making out, skinny dipping, pressing themselves up against translucent shower walls, and tumbling around in soapy bathtubs. This is every man’s ultimate fantasy girlfriend: a hot chick who will make out with another hot chick at the drop of a hat.