‘Love Island’ feels different now and it’s because of #MeToo
This has, categorically, been the summer of Love Island. Despite being an annual fixture since 2015, this year’s Love Island has utterly steamrolled popular culture: it has become mainstream popular culture.
2018 was the year that the broadsheets couldn’t ignore it: MacBook anthropologists mused about attachment theory and heteronormative personality tropes and generation-Insta – before finishing with something like, ‘or maybe we just like watching semi-naked hotties getting it on!’
Because the only thing we love more than watching Love Island is talking about why it is that we love watching Love Island. Read more…More about Love Island, Me Too, Culture, Sex Relationships, and Movies Tv Shows
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