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Would you like to see same-sex couples dancing on Strictly?

Craig Revel Horwood has said the BBC should introduce same-sex couples on Strictly Come Dancing – and predicted it will happen next year.

His comments come after the BBC said that there were  “no plans” to make the move on the TV show.

The controversial judge said that the tango was originally danced between two men.

He told ITV show Lorraine: “I think same-sex couples can exist!

“You only have to decide who’s going to go backwards really, that’s the only difference.”

Asked whether viewers could see same-sex couples in future, he said: “I hope so, I really hope so. In the world of competition, there are same-sex couples…

“So there’s no reason why that can’t happen. The Beeb have to decide whether they want to do that one year. I think it will probably happen next year.”

What are your views? Are you a fan of Strictly? Would you like to see same-sex couples dancing together? Or are you happy with the present format of the dancing pairs being a man and a woman?

Would you like to see same-sex couples dancing on Strictly?

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katman76
1st Dec 2017
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I am all for gender equality but; if you look at our Governments statistics between 1 and 1.5% of the population recorded that they were gay or lesbian at the last census. Can we please keep this subject in proportion relating to this. The same Government site reports that 17% of the population want to remove the Monarchy (not I), where are their voices on National media reports and television soaps?
Josiew
2nd Nov 2017
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I wouldn't watch it either, if the format changed.It is nowhere near as good as it was anyway and to have either two men or two women dancing together would be the absolute finish for me.
SissieSis
25th Oct 2017
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I’m afraid I am losing interest in Strictly Come Dancing. It has lost something for me and not just Bruce Forsyth. If it becomes same sex dancing I will not be watching at all.
Gerry70
20th Sep 2017
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i'm really not bothered as long as both woman are fit, ( its a joke!!!!)
Carolineblue
20th Sep 2017
1
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I agree with what Kes writes. I actually rarely watch it now because I can't, but have done in the past. It is all about traditional dance types where a dance couple have a 'male' role and a 'female' role which is reflected in the moves and in the costumes. I wouldn't think it would improve the program to change this. Actually I cannot identify a homosexual man or lesbian from merely looking at them and it would make me uncomfortable if someone thought I should be best entertained by having the dancers' sexuality trust into the limelight.
Sparkle45
19th Sep 2017
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Blimey this thread is getting a bashing ... nice to see some of us agree ... smile
Sparkle45
18th Sep 2017
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The suggestion is wrong as hetrosexual dancers will be required to dance with gays or lesbians which puts them in a very difficult position professionally.

Like everything in this life .... there will always be someone who wants to push the boundaries out ... boring

The show will loose it's magic and viewers
jeanmark
18th Sep 2017
1
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Heterosexuals already dance with homosexuals and vice versa, so who would be put in a difficult position professionally? Homosexuals and heterosexuals rarely have their sexual preference tattooed on their foreheads so what difference does dancing together make?
Sparkle45
18th Sep 2017
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am talking about same sex dancers ....
Wilf
18th Sep 2017
1
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Yes I agree Jean in these enlightened times who cares anyway...apparently the show has same sex couples dancing together in other countries
jeanmark
19th Sep 2017
0
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I think that is the point of this discussion same sex dancers, dancing together. I don't think a professional dancer, be they heterosexual or homosexual, will be affected professionally, why would they be?
Darkstar
18th Sep 2017
1
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They will be gender neutral, so won't know any different. What will be the next bastion to fall to the P.C. brigade.
kgjp0
17th Sep 2017
1
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JonathanS7
14th Sep 2017
3
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We are. Now in 2017 who cares who dance's with who ever they want too
There are so many topics of more importance in our very very Sad world today.
DenB
14th Sep 2017
5
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I am not homophobic but I think that strictly should remain traditional, why mess with a proven formula?
jeanmark
13th Sep 2017
1
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Reading a number of comments on this issue I remain confused on what peoples perception of 'normal' is.
Lionel
18th Sep 2017
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jeanmark
18th Sep 2017
1
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Because there are frequent referrals to homosexuality as being abnormal, why? There are many animals who are seen as indulging in 'homosexual' behaviour, so why are human homosexuals considered abnormal?
Lionel
18th Sep 2017
1
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Jeanmark, I would never question your clinical judgement, but in referring to beasts you may be just a little wide of the mark.

As you may recall I was a farm stockman for many years. I've birthed in excess of 10,000 pigs, 5,000 calves and so many lambs I can't now recall. Oh, and a foal! I have witnessed sows overlaying seeming healthy piglets, cows rolling over to smother calves which were too seemingly healthy.

I had a boar, a landrace, which was very different. When putting him in with a sow on heat she would make her best effort to kill him. But he would break down a wall to get at another boar.

A Collie pup was birthed here at home. My bitch tried overlay her but my wife rescued the newborn. As it grew we saw it had both male and female genitals. Clearly my bitch knew best.

Please don't read in here what I'm not saying.

If you refer to we humans as being part of the animal kingdom ...

I care not to judge anyone for that implies an execution of judgement. But I do wonder why 1.3% of our population is holding 98.7% to ransom, and changing our society as well.
jeanmark
19th Sep 2017
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I bow to your experience with regard to domestic animals, Lionel, I was referring to those in the wild although I do appreciate that this has caused some controversy. However, I am no expert on animals other than human ones and even that may have certain limitations.

I'm not sure I believe that 1.3% of society are holding the remaining ones to ransom. I am very aware that the LGBT community want to be treated as equals and not judged as if they are an anomaly. There will always be those who take things to the limit but that is not confined to homosexuals. Like you, I have witnessed some very odd people in all sections of society and never assume that is a reflection of us all.

Interestingly, I have never watched 'Strictly' and doubt I ever will, regardless of who is dancing with who!
Babyjack
13th Sep 2017
3
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I think it's a step too far.
IdaW
13th Sep 2017
1
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IF THIS HAPPENS I WILL NOT WAtch it.
BaW
12th Sep 2017
3
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Why has this suddenly become such an issue...there have been gay contestants before. It may be the 50th anniversary year of The Sexual Offences Act 1967, but I think the programme would lose viewers as many would be uncomfortable with it.
CoralH
12th Sep 2017
5
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By law we have to accept same sex relationships and now marriage. I am sorry but I have never accepted that this is normal behaviour and yes I do know several gay men. I would not be rude or insulting to them as that is not my way, but I certainly do not want to watch two men or women dancing, kissing or anything else that they wish to do in public. Please keep yourselves under control the same as normal heterosexual couples do, not teenage heterosexuals, who think they have invented sex.
Wilf
12th Sep 2017
0
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The funny thing here CoralH is we were all once teenagers (hetro or homo) so we all had the same urges which is why the human race is still here and thriving!
Lionel
18th Sep 2017
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Wilf, I don't understand that one.
Wilf
18th Sep 2017
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I was just thinking all teenagers have the same urges Lionel which is good for the human race to keep going
Lionel
18th Sep 2017
1
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Wilf, the only way the human race will keep going is with a male coupling with a female. And that as many times as it takes to get her pregnant.

Getting back to the article, I don't understand the need for a segment of our population to so display their sexual preference in public. I doubt you so disport yourself with your wife publicly. We met certainly don't.
GraceJ5
12th Sep 2017
3
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Why does everything have to ne anput the LGB community these days??? I have nothing agains them but they turn everything into a battle! Its a light entertainment programme - no hidden agenda !
jeanmark
14th Sep 2017
0
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I don't think it is about the LGBT community, it is one judge, who is openly gay, making his thoughts known.
BirdofParadise
12th Sep 2017
4
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Quite frankly I am tired of having gays thrust in my face. If we are going to have Gay Pride marches to be PC we should have heterosexual Marches. .
imadeus
12th Sep 2017
7
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I don't believe that this should be something that should be accepted as normal. It isn't and rightly so. It is the exeption and it should be accepted as that. There are enough distractions for our children without the BBC making homesexuality appear normal. Yes we should accept it and live with it as an abnormality to the natural course of things, but definitely not advertise it in a manner that could influence the young.
jeanmark
14th Sep 2017
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You are entitled to your opinion but I think you will find that, in general, children are well aware of differing lifestyles and are certainly more accepting of these differences. We teach them to be prejudice, they are not born with that ability.

“It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.”
― Audre Lorde
Dadog
12th Sep 2017
6
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I agree with PeterR4. Stop forcing homosexuality and lesbianism on us. For goodness sake let us all enjoy our sexuality in our own quiet way.
jjackiew
12th Sep 2017
1
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I agree. Everything these days, from shampoo to yoghurt, has to be sold in a very sexual and provocative manner.
PeterR4
12th Sep 2017
7
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Personally hetrosexual I have no problems with other people's sexual nuances, but I do with we could return to sexual behaviour being a private matter. I really am tired of all this 'in my face' LBG publicity!
JackieL9
12th Sep 2017
5
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If it happened we would stop watching. Men dancing with men would never work
jeanmark
14th Sep 2017
1
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What about women dancing with women? Homosexuality is about sexual attraction to people of one's own sex and thus is not confined to men.
EileenB41
12th Sep 2017
11
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I don't have a problem with peoples sexuality but I draw the line at having to watch them on tv. Strictly has and is one of my favourite programs and has featured many homosexual contestants, not a problem, but there would be if they were dancing with the same sex partner. BBC think on, you would lose a great many of your viewers if you went down that path.
JacquiF
12th Sep 2017
4
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Nothing against same sex couples but it's about the dresses the lifts why do we have to have everthing politically correct?
If dancers were dancing with their life partners it would be different.
[deleted]
12th Sep 2017
9
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Lionel
18th Sep 2017
0
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Scandiman, you want a break from that. I'd like a permanent cessation.

Soaps are now dictating the morals of society. What the script writers write will be accepted once the programme is broadcast.

Not for me!
GraceS264
12th Sep 2017
5
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Why spoil a good show with all this controversy?
Sue15
12th Sep 2017
7
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No no no and more no's. This question is just fuelling the current debate. Strictly is a family show and is about dancing it is not about sexuality. Men and women whatever their sexuality dance together, its how it has always been.
Caro1960
12th Sep 2017
6
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Political correctness again! So fed up with this, I will stop watching if they bring this in; it will completely change the dynamics of the show. Leave it alone!
ecarg
12th Sep 2017
9
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Interesting that this issue has gained momentum when a gay lady has joined the cast .Susan Calman has pointed out herself that there have been 3 gay men on SCD already and it wasn't suggested that they dance with men. She just wants to learn to dance isn't that's what's the programme all about after all.
PamelaP3
12th Sep 2017
3
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Same sex couples are receiving too much coverage in the media as it is. I am fed up with it. Could we have some coverage for white, heterosexual, octogenarian, disabled spinsters living on a very small pension please????
EdithM9
11th Sep 2017
5
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We have watched strictly come dancing almost all from the beginning I am afraid that if they change things the dynamics of the show will be altered for the worse. Some things should be just left alone, it works as it is .
Pam1960
11th Sep 2017
0
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I may be wrong but during the war didn't women dance together as there was a shortage of male partners. I even remember in the early 60s many women ballroom dancing together. If it was ok then why would we be offended now or is it just the case that many do not want to see men dancing together
BenitaB
11th Sep 2017
3
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Detmold
11th Sep 2017
6
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I like things to remain traditional. I would feel very uncomfortable seeing same sex couples doing these dances.
Jean Cadby
11th Sep 2017
8
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Why turn a popular family show into a comedy?
GillianS17
11th Sep 2017
9
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For goodness sake why? Can't anything be left alone anymore.????
DerekF
11th Sep 2017
9
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Time these politically correct do-Gooders took a hike. Time to stay in the real world. Dances were structured for a man leading a woman...
Kes
11th Sep 2017
14
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First and foremost, in my opinion, SCD is based on the dancing of traditional Ballroom and Latin dances, ad not about the sexual preferences of called celebrities. The whole structure of the programme would have to change completely if this notion came to fruition. At that point, I believe, it's popularity would plummet and the BBC would have another programme disaster on its hands.
Phian
11th Sep 2017
1
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I wonder what Peggy Spencer would have thought ?
AngeM
11th Sep 2017
6
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LeslieT
11th Sep 2017
8
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Have watched this show for years but if they put same sex couples on the show it will be the death of strictly. I for one will never again watch it.
Marilyn Connolly
11th Sep 2017
9
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I have absolutely no problem with what people do with their private lives, but I don't think the rest of us should be forced into sharing it.
YvonneG31
11th Sep 2017
5
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Why? If it ain't broke!
DavidC29
11th Sep 2017
7
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For goodness sake, leave one programme alone.
Margaret Buie
11th Sep 2017
4
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please dont change the format it would make come dancing a laughing stock
MarionP4
11th Sep 2017
7
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Why ? .............just why ?
LesleyM6
11th Sep 2017
7
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Can you imagine the Paso Doble with a same sex couple, this is my favourite dance and the man and woman take specific roles. Someone has to lead and someone has to follow in all Ballroom dances otherwise it would be chaos. I know lots of gay people as one of my children is gay and they say it would upset the dynamics of the dance if same sex couples tried to dance them .
Mistyaitch
11th Sep 2017
4
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Craig reckons 'You only have to decide who's going to go backwards really....'. that is to take the ladies part in effect - so why not leave it as 1 man 1 lady?
Barny
11th Sep 2017
8
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Leave the one decent programme on TV alone! It does not need to be PC- throughout history Men have danced with women when in couples, only within groups do they dance with the same sex. They are so hot on the correct movements for the dances, the men's hips in the rumba, the straight legs and curved neck of the ladies, what will happen if you have 2 men dancing together/2 ladies dancing together?Who will take which part? Will the person playing the female wear a dress, the male wear tight trousers or tails? Leave it alone, PLEASE.
Elly12
11th Sep 2017
11
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Simply...NO.
All ages watch it and tho it may not bother everyone. Seeing either two guys or two girls dancing seductively will put many off watching it.
TracyH1
11th Sep 2017
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Some of these comments are horrific! Dancing is about expressing feeling and interpretating the music. It has nothing to do with sexual persuasion. The professionals and celebrities are not sexually involved - many are married with families. Some silversurfers should reflect on their comments. And what makes you think you are more superior to anyone in the LGBT community? Just enjoy the entertainment from the program and judge the performance without discrimination. Didnt you old girls dance with each other when your men folk went off to war.
Wilf
11th Sep 2017
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I think everyone has their opinions and we should all value each others. that is what puts the Great in Britain!. I don't mind in the least if they have same sex dancing. My wife thinks it will make it more interesting. The UK is an open and tolerant society and why not have it?
[deleted]
12th Sep 2017
5
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CaroleAH
12th Sep 2017
2
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You have taken the words straight out of my mouth, Scandiman - no mean feat so well done!!! 🙂
linj
11th Sep 2017
9
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For goodness sake, leave one programme alone.
Wilf
11th Sep 2017
-6
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I don't have any problem with this at all. In real life there are same sex couples, They can get married. We know friends ourselves. Who cares! Yes same sex couples should be allowed to dance. I am sure Brucie would have approved. We are a progressive easy going nation us Brits. Lets relax and enjoy it if I have read it right they already have this in other countries Strictly Come dancing so why not here in Blighty?
saladmuncher
11th Sep 2017
6
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The only way I see it working is if some of the professional dancers Hired are Gay/Lebian and they dance with their partner preferences. It would be crazy to ask a male professional to dance with a male 'celebrity' (I use that word loosely) if that's not his preference, similarly a woman professional who was not lesbian would, I believe, feel uncomfortable dancing with a lesbian woman. I do think marking a dance off between two couples, one man/woman and one Lesbian/and or Gay, would be very difficult. It has been going for about 13 years and is highly successful, why the urgency to change it now? I also think many straight viewers would be reluctant to watch the show unless it was kept in the same format.
janegray
11th Sep 2017
6
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I am really unsure about all this to be honest. It's just what we know I think speaking as a 68 year old. My parents would be horrified. For me I think I might be a bit uncomfortable but then on the other hand why should nt all us be able to dance with our sexual preferences. On the whole I would rather see men and women dancing together. The Scottish comedienne s response to being paired with Kevin was really nice. For me that said it all. I hope the media leave her alone to enjoy this experience.
KayT27
11th Sep 2017
9
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No ! It's great now!!Stop being politically correct!!People will switch off I am sure!!
SueT92
11th Sep 2017
8
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I don't care about people's sexual orientation however it should be kept private and not in my lounge! Don't know what Brucie would have said!
DoreenA
11th Sep 2017
8
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I can't believe that it will be a success, why on earth can't they leave it alone. They have messed it up already with the judges becoming more like the stars of the show. The celebrities are the stars and the dancers also. You won't get the viewers if you change it to same sex dancers.
YvonneB8
11th Sep 2017
0
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It reflects life as it is today
Wilf
11th Sep 2017
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Yes I agree its just a reflection on society-think its a good thing
Poppyrose
11th Sep 2017
9
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I don't care about peoples sexual preferences but I would not be comfortable seeing same sex couples dancing - frankly my dears, give it a rest!! I am fed up with words like 'diversity' and 'inclusivity' and being made to feel as if I am the odd one out in society because I do feel uncomfortable. This shouldn't have any particular banner attached, it's a dance show for heavens sake!
Memi
11th Sep 2017
10
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JoyceK6
11th Sep 2017
6
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If they bring in same sex dancing to strictly come dancing both my wife and myself will stop watching the show as it is we love it but with two men or two wemen dancing together will make me sick
PamM6
11th Sep 2017
13
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I don't see the need. It's a dance show not a dating show. A person's lifestyle preference is not relevant.
VivS7
11th Sep 2017
9
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We all know that same sex couples exist but I think it would look all wrong to have them dancing together in a competition. Not sure if I would continue to watch it. As the saying goes "if it ain't broke don't fix it"
GlynysH
11th Sep 2017
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We need to move into the 21st century. Same sex partners are no different from heterosexual couples. To all of you on here that disagree it's a disgrace. Being gay does not make you different from being heterosexual.
JudyW1
11th Sep 2017
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I agree to same sex partners,we all have our preferences and I see it a step forward in accepting that in the future ,maybe even starting with two men and two womend in the show would be a good idea,,,
Carol6
11th Sep 2017
7
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Absolutely nothing wrong with being gay. But such a fuss is made about it. Gay people want to be treated as normal but they thrust their sexuality into faces at every opportinity and seem to have an enormous chip on their shoulders. If only gay people would just give it a rest.
jeanmark
11th Sep 2017
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I'm not sure people disagreeing is a disgrace as we are all entitle to our own opinion. However, we are in the 21st Century and same sex partnerships are part of life and society in general. It would be nice if everyone was a little more accepting of individual lifestyles, but there will always be those who lack understanding of people who are different to themselves.

It would be interest got see who wears the pretty dress!!!
jeanmark
11th Sep 2017
-1
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They have reason to have a chip on their shoulder. The same as many women have a chip on theirs as they feel they are not treated as equals.
jeanmark
14th Sep 2017
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This is based on the thoughts of one gay judge, not the gay community.

Gay people are normal, they just want to be treated as equals. As for having chips on their shoulders, try speaking to many females who have chips on their shoulders for not being treated as equal. What is the difference?
BerylM
11th Sep 2017
10
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If it ain't broke don't fix it xx
viking
11th Sep 2017
-1
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Of couse it will happen ! The BBC is really only interested in "ratings" and the number of so called viewers it can pull in when counting [??] starts.
Its all ready started with an amputee competing and certain others, which are put in the show as a" peep show" to draw the maximum viewers into the count.
There seems to be a school of thought amongst the directors of the Beeb that unless the ratings increase beyond the previous viewing figures, then the show is deemed to be a disaster, and either has to be injected with something sensational in order to comply with their agenda, or face the chop.
GlynysH
11th Sep 2017
3
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How disgusting that you think Johnny Peacock is some disabled person that should not be shown on tv. If it offends don't watch it.
jeanmark
11th Sep 2017
-1
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I think it is more about the BBC recognised that people are equal regardless of their circumstances. They should not be seen as different because they don't conform to certain peoples perception of 'normal' - what ever normal is!

It is also important to ensure ratings remain high so that programmes made remain cost effective.
GayleH
11th Sep 2017
1
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Women dance with other so why can't the men.
ecarg
11th Sep 2017
3
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Marely I agree there is a wider issue to be debated ,we are focussing on minority groups and disregarding majority views.Same sex couples dancing together is fine but isn't it all part of the PC world we now live in and the erosion of traditions and values is I feel reflecting an attitude of never mind anyone else it's OK to do whatever I want regardless .
GlynysH
11th Sep 2017
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No it's not pandering to the pc brigade it's called living in the 21st century, the world has moved on.
Munsterlander
11th Sep 2017
3
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We live in interesting times. Whilst I don't have a problem with this my grandparents would just not understand the modern world at all but that's the 21st century I suppose.
MrsPat
11th Sep 2017
3
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Well it would certainly bring "Strictly" up to date. I have no issues with it at all and it would be interesting to see. I have no doubt it will happen and in a few years nobody will blink an eye. We are very progressive in the UK and rightly so.
jeanmark
11th Sep 2017
0
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Marley444
11th Sep 2017
19
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Men and women have been dancing with each other for centuries. Whilst I'm all for equality, I do have a concern that so many traditions are in danger of being eroded and we seem to be constantly focussing on what the minority groups want and forgetting the majority views. Maybe I'm getting old and my views are dated - that's what my children tell me!
MrsPat
11th Sep 2017
3
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They are probably right-mine tell me the same

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