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By Lin Taylor LONDON, July 6 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A popular dating show on British television will for the first time include lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) contestants, more than 30 years after it was first broadcast.
Ralph Lee, the broadcaster's head of factual, said: "The explosion of online pornography is one of the stories of our time and the Campaign for Real Sex season is our response to it." absolutely intends to be an open and adult conversation about sex, something we feel is currently being overlooked by mainstream programming.”David Glover, senior factual commissioning editor, said he hopes the show will open up honest discussions about sex and the role it plays in loving relationships.
"We hope see even more shows follow Blind Date's example by helping viewers across Britain gain a better understanding of the diversity of the LGBT community," he said.The group added that some TV characters and storylines still portrayed the LGBT community in a negative or stereotypical way, but noted that television was far ahead of movies in terms of representation.If you’ve never tried online dating – or if you simply want to change things up and find new matches – give yourself the best chance of finding love by trying one of our recommended sites.The "Blind Date" episode, to air on Saturday to coincide with London's gay pride march, will feature a woman deciding between three potential female dates who are hidden from view.LGBT rights group Stonewall said it welcomed the decision and hoped to see more television programmes featuring sexually diverse people.