It’s a sin for Channel 4 to descend to such depths with ‘My First Threesome’ – .

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It’s a sin for Channel 4 to descend to such depths with ‘My First Threesome’ – .


Like many who lost friends in the 1980s to HIV / AIDS, I cried watching It’s A Sin on Channel 4, the brilliant but heartbreaking portrayal of what it was like for gay men with it. sword of Damocles suspended above the head.

In the 1990s, C4’s Big Breakfast threw a host of stars -om Chris Evans and Denise van Outen to Johnny Vaughan – and tragically introduced Paula Yates to her last lover Michael Hutchence on the big bed.

It was the first station to offer a dock to an unknown cook named Nigella Lawson.

C4 has been innovative and at the forefront of broadcasting. Yet his latest offer leaves me dismayed.

It’s a program called My First Threesome, which claims to be a groundbreaking sociological experiment based on the fact that 97 percent of men and 87 percent of women fantasize about a threesome.

It follows real-life characters as unhappy as receptionist Laura, 24, who tells viewers that she felt “completely liberated” having sex with a friend as well as a woman they have picked up in a sex club.

C4 has been innovative and at the forefront of broadcasting. Yet his latest offer leaves me dismayed. This is a program called My First Threesome (pictured), which claims to be a groundbreaking sociological experiment based on the fact that 97% of men and 87% of women fantasize about a threesome

One guy who declined to be identified said it was “like live porn, but there you are.”

There is a lot of random sex, a lot of people fulfilling their fantasies, and a lot of triple-X language.

There is a proud “queer pansexual” woman who identifies herself and has a tattoo and sends a message to a potential partner while her boyfriend is sitting next to her. The message is too rude to repeat.

Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters, 78, is getting married for the fifth time to his former driver Kamilah Chavis, half his age, and says his new wife is “a babysitter.” Unfortunately, in ten years, when he turns 90, she will also be his caregiver.

We’ve only had one episode, but the show promises that it will follow three couples filmed having their first “threesome” with strangers.

It’s horrible and exploitative, a shocking new low for the channel, and should never be shown on a public broadcaster.

I’m not Mary Whitehouse – I secretly enjoy Married At First Sight, the Australian series about couples who first meet at their wedding.

Yet I believe in this show that women like Laura are being exploited by Channel 4.

How will she work again after revealing the black basque and the stockings she wore for her threesome, her fantasy lived and paraded in front of millions of people?

My First Threesome raises serious questions about the future of the channel, created by Margaret Thatcher to provide cutting-edge, ad-supported programming.

New Secretary of State for Culture and Media Nadine Dorries has declared war on state broadcasters who do not exceed the already low bar of excellence.

There are fears that it is not just receptionist Laura who will soon find herself unemployed.

Allowed loops

Former Little Mix singer Jesy Nelson is accused of ‘black fishing’ in her latest pop video, pretending to be a black person when you are actually white.

She says her new look was due to a deep tan she got after three weeks in Antigua and letting her slicked back hair run wild with her natural curls – with no offense or cultural diversion.

To which I must add that as an Australian in these days of judgment, I promise that I am not trying to pretend that I am an indigenous woman now that I have left my hair naturally curly.

Former Little Mix singer Jesy Nelson is accused of ‘black fishing’ in her latest pop video, pretending to be a black person when you are actually white

Strictly’s curse took on a new twist this year, with McFly frontman Tom Fletcher missing two weeks with Covid, comedian Robert Webb outgoing with heart problems and now former rugby player Ugo Monye retiring injured with a back pain.

Thank goodness we still have the irresistible larger-than-life actress Judi Love to roll out the barrel of Strictly Happiness.

Thank goodness we still have the irresistible larger-than-life actress Judi Love to roll out the barrel of Strictly Happiness

Thank goodness we still have the irresistible larger-than-life actress Judi Love to roll out the barrel of Strictly Happiness.

Sad that Paul McCartney gets into a public argument with Mick Jagger, ridiculing the Rolling Stones as a “blues cover band”.

Macca is worth £ 820million, Jagger £ 310million; the Beatles have sold 600 million albums, the Stones 240 million; the Fab Four were together for seven years while the Stones toured seven decades later.

In Macca, we whisper softly: “Let it be”.

westminster wars

  • It is not surprising that the GP union is outraged by Sajid Javid’s plans to bring doctors back to work face to face. Sometimes they forget that it is we, the taxpayers, who shell out £ 212bn a year for the NHS, while the GPs Union has always prioritized its members’ salaries (around £ 100,000) and terms above their daily work of seeing patients.
  • Doesn’t it laugh at saving the world from climate change when 30,000 foreign dignitaries from 200 countries descend to Glasgow in carbon-spitting jets for the Cop26 climate change summit next month, and when leaders of two of the biggest polluters, China and Saudi Arabia, have so far refused to attend?
  • So poor Keir Starmer couldn’t reverse a heavyweight without crashing. Most of us wouldn’t trust her driving a Mini to drive Granny to the local Tesco, let alone run the country.

Wayne Rooney is paid £ 1million for his documentary on warts and all, with a confession about his infidelities, prostitutes, drunk driving convictions and the repeated humiliation of his wife Coleen.

He implores us to “remember me for who I am rather than for what I have done.”

Yes, the same thick guy who is remembered in his personal life for one thing – scoring his own goals.

Spare us the ecological rock

Chris Martin of Coldplay said their 2022 concerts will run on 100% renewable energy, that they will plant a tree for every ticket sold, and that every time someone dances, they will generate carbon-free energy. to power the lights.

The group and their entourage will always travel by private jet for their concerts in Germany, Paris, Costa Rica, Mexico, Los Angeles, Chicago, Brussels and three concerts in London, to name a few.

Bless this stupid singer for naively thinking he can be an international jet set rockstar and an eco-warrior. The only thing he can’t “fix”, however, is his latest album.

Our reviewer Adrian Thrills denounced it as “disappointed and unremarkable” and awarded it two stars.

What is more shocking about the stabbing to death by a mob of local thugs of Afghan refugee Hazrat Wali, 18?

That he was described by friends as “a very caring person who stood up for everyone” but was murdered in a school playground in leafy and respectable Twickenham, in south-west London, in the middle of the ‘afternoon ?

Or that, as a refugee, he lived on his own? We owe a duty of care to guys like Hazrat. It is not enough to give them refuge here, we must also protect them.

Just call them dull dresses

Opinions are divided on Primark’s decision to rename its maternity range as a “parental collection”. A mother asked, “What father needs clothes when the woman is pregnant?”

The rebranding is part of an attempt not to offend the tiny minority of trans people.

Alright, but seeing the range of old-fashioned outfits why not just describe them as’ big flowing dresses and elastic pants that look equally hideous on her, him, them or anyone who identifies with them. horrible cheap outfits ”.

Holocaust survivor and author Eddie Jaku has died at the age of 101.

Despite the atrocities he endured, his memoirs are a reminder that the most important things he learned were the importance of the three aitchs – “Hope, health and happiness”.

And the secret of happiness was “life is beautiful if you let it be, remember you are lucky to be alive, every breath is a gift”. Amen to that.

Holocaust survivor and author Eddie Jaku has died aged 101

Holocaust survivor and author Eddie Jaku has died aged 101

£ 65 candle not a brilliant idea

Following in the lucrative footsteps of Gwyneth Paltrow and her £ 69 Goop vagina scented candles, This Morning’s healthy Holly Willoughby pulled out her own candle, smelling her own essence at £ 65.

Sorry Holly, but what sane woman would spit out her entire weekly food bill to smell like, uh, vanilla?

Following in the lucrative footsteps of Gwyneth Paltrow and her £ 69 Goop vagina scented candles, This Morning's healthy Holly Willoughby pulled out her own candle, smelling her own essence at £ 65.

Following in the lucrative footsteps of Gwyneth Paltrow and her £ 69 Goop vagina scented candles, This Morning’s healthy Holly Willoughby pulled out her own candle, smelling her own essence at £ 65.

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