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Except instead of eating you, I want to get you hooked on a reality dating competition. Here we go:a single bachelor or bachelorette starts with a pool of roughly 25 romantic interests from whom they are expected to select a future husband or wife, with the bachelor/ette eliminating contestants over the course of the season (if they don't receive a rose, they must take a minute, say their goodbyes), ultimately resulting in a marriage proposal to or from their final pick.
But this season, producers decided to go gender-fluid.“So many of these people who we cast had lived in an environment where they were struggling on a day-to-day basis with acceptance,” La Plante said.“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.“People [on the show] are introducing themselves with their preferred pronouns.I don’t think I’ve ever seen that on reality TV before,” says Danielle Lindemann, a sociology professor at Lehigh University who studies and writes about reality TV.
S., there will be no gender limitations, as each castmember identifies as sexually fluid. Frankie, a relationship expert, who works with the singles to help them cope with current disaster-dating trends such as ghosting, benching and stashing — and tests them on their willingness to fall into these painful trends as they date multiple people on national television.