Woody Cook reveals Mum Zoe Ball’s confused reaction to becoming bisexual – .

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Woody Cook reveals Mum Zoe Ball’s confused reaction to becoming bisexual – .


Woody Cook – the son of Zoe Ball and Norman ‘Fatboy Slim’ Cook – shared his mother’s startling reaction when he became bisexual.

The 20-year-old reality TV star announced he was bisexual in January 2019 before his appearance on the Channel 4 reality TV series The Circle.

Over the years, members of the bisexual community have spoken out against and stigmatized those who discriminate against them by suggesting they are secretly homosexual and stating that they are bisexual “to be fashionable” or just “happening”. to become gay ”.

Denouncing such accusations, Woody somewhat threw his own mother under the bus, revealing that she too was wondering if he was not actually just a gay man.








Woody Cook went gay in 2019 before he became a reality star
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Opening to Attitude magazine, Woody said his radio and television host mother, 51, fell into the trap of the cliché of people accusing bisexuals of not being honest about their true sexuality and to ignore what they are really saying.

Woody explained, “I’ve heard people say to me, ‘Oh, you just say you’re bisexual because it’s trendy’ and I’m like, ‘No my sexuality is not a hell of a trend. ! ‘

“My mother was like, ‘You can’t be. You like girls.’ I said, ‘Uh … yes, that’s it, bisexual.’

“She said, ‘Aren’t bisexuals just homosexuals before they know they are homosexuals? I don’t know any bisexual. ”

“I pointed out that some of our family friends were probably bisexual, which she hadn’t really thought about before. “

Woody hinted that some of his close friends had also not listened carefully to his words and dismissed his identity as a bisexual man, as he is currently in a romantic relationship with a woman.








Woody is the son of Zoe and Norman ‘Fatboy Slim’ Cook – who split in 2016
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He said, “This led some of my friends to say, ‘Oh, so are you straight?’

” NO ! I am not straight!

“A lot of fans I have on Instagram say I’m a ‘fake bisexual’ because I have a girlfriend, but that’s not how it works.

“It doesn’t really matter to me. It is [on] a person-to-person basis. Anything on the tits or ass, I don’t care. If a person makes me laugh, has a talent, has a better sense of dress than me, I fall in love.

” Man Woman ; That does not bother me. Love is love; be whatever you want. “

Recent surveys by the Office for National Statistics found that 2.2% of Britons identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual – with another breakdown of the figures suggesting that 0.9% of Britons identify as bisexual.







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The New York Times recently researched the stigma faced by bisexual members of the global community.

Jessica N. Fish, a researcher at the University of Maryland School of Public Health, told the publication: “Bisexuals experience stigma not only from heterosexual communities, but also from the LGBTQ community, even though they are named there.

“The stereotypes of confusion, that it is a phase, that they are promiscuous, these are perpetuated on both sides. It can have a big influence on someone’s mental health.

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