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“And then, on the day before we began filming, all of them suddenly realized that the next day they’d be moving into an environment where everyone there just completely ‘got it.’ I’m so used to the cast members being concerned about being famous or being the star of the season, but this group was just geeking out to be around each other.
And when they moved in front of the camera, it was magical.
“From an early age I felt pretty genderless,” they say.
“I feel like there’s not anyone like me in the world.” Even as an adult, they say, it’s sometimes been hard to date, because people don’t quite understand how to relate to them when it comes to sex and attraction.
“People [on the show] are introducing themselves with their preferred pronouns.
“What we did on this show was to accurately represent what it’s like to live in a queer community.
We’re more open when it comes to how we show love, because we’ve been told for the majority of our life that we should not be proud of who we are.
But this season, producers decided to go gender-fluid.
The result is a show that transcends not just the series but the entire genre, portraying queer mores and dating culture with more compassion, maturity, honesty, and complexity than anywhere else on TV. The goal is to find out who could match with whom, and who has the kind of personality to make great TV.
A Hidden Camera Show similar to Candid Camera but famous celebrities are the victims.