Someone said :
There was nothing remotely 'stereotypical' about her! What are yee on about here? She was stunning and stood out cos 99.999999% of the other girls entering these competitions are nothing but clones of each other with the fake tan, hair extensions, bleached teeth, buckets of make up and chest puffed up. Leave the girl alone. Her private life is her own and she didn't mention anything about it in her interview so why is it a big deal to all of yee? Well done to her! The second she stepped on stage she stood out.
I don't get this whole - "oh her sexuality is her private life and dont be discussing it"
Every other contestant would have their relationships discussed.
In this world relationships of celebrities and their sexuality are endlessly discussed publicly.
On the ROT programme the references to boyfriends, weddings, the escorts eligibility or handsomeness are constant. There is on air marriage proposals, flirting with and kissing the host, references to the hosts spouse, waves to the contestants boyfriend, references to the boy girl escort thing, the song itself etc, etc,. All of that is an expression of heterosexuality. But we don't demand it's privacy.
When she's a lesbian people say its nobodys business but hers. When she's presumed straight her sexuality is everybodys property.
How come heterosexuality is ok to publicly displayed but homosexuality isn't?