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Liz Truss is ‘completely horrified’ by Love Island

OHMYGOSSIP — Liz Truss is “completely horrified” by ‘Love Island’.
The UK Foreign Secretary – who is currently vying to replace Boris Johnson as Prime Minister – could only hack watching the ITV2 reality dating competition for “10 ten minutes”.
The 47-year-old politician made the admission during the first of 12 Conservative leadership hustings – where she went up against her rival for the top spot, Rishi Sunak – in Leeds.
After being asked if the programme needed “reining in” following thousands of complaints of “misogynist bullying”, Liz told the crowd on Thursday night (28.07.22): “All I can say is that I watched it for 10 minutes with my teenage daughter and I was completely horrified and I turned it off.”
The politician has two teenage daughters – Frances, 16, and Liberty, 13 – with her husband Hugh O’Leary, and when it was put to if her daughter was “equally horrified,” she replied: “Unfortunately not”.
The latest ‘Love Island’ series has been the subject of a storm of allegations about abusive behaviour by some of the male contestants towards the girls. An episode that aired on 17 July – which featured the Islanders seeing videos of each other engaging in possibly bad behaviour, an evening nicknamed ‘Mad Movies’ – was subject to 2,481 complaints. That week the show received a total of 3,617 complaints.
Domestic abuse charity Women’s Aid has spoken out about the show’s responsibility to teach about the importance of teaching “acceptable and unacceptable” dynamics in relationships.
A spokesperson said: “This is clearly more than talking about any individual contestants, and a programme based around the formation of romantic relationships must have guidelines on what behaviour is acceptable and unacceptable in those relationships.”
The organisation confirmed they were in talks with the producers to address “issues and concerns”.

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