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Karamo Brown From ‘Queer Eye’ Says Gay Community is ‘Over-Sexualized’

Karamo Brown From ‘Queer Eye’ Says Gay Community is ‘Over-Sexualized’

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Brown also said that dating apps are the culprit.

In an interview with the Gay Times, Karamo Brown, the 'Culture' guy on Netflix's Queer Eye reboot, said that dating apps are "unhealthy" and over-sexualize the gay community.

"I think they're the worst. I think they're horrible," Brown said. "It's also over-sexualising the community. A lot of gay guys are already over-sexualised because we go through a second adolescence when we come out."

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Brown said that due to the over-sexualization of the gay community, he does not feel comfortable bringing his kids to Pride celebrations.

"I'm a grown man and I love seeing go-go boys on a float. Cannot lie to you. I'd be a hypocrite if I said I did not," Brown said. "But I'm also cognisant that because I'm making this choice to say, 'I'm going to come out here,' I can no longer bring my kids who are 21 and 17 because I don't want them to think that this is what represents the community."

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