Wednesday, 17 July 2013

"It Takes Two To Tango"



My apologies if you don't watch Big Brother, but if you do, or even if you don't and have just been watching what happened recently with Daley and Hazel, but I wanted to just get some opinions on the interview that took place on Big Brothers Bit On The Side this evening with Daley and Emma Willis where Daley was allowed to give his side of the story. 

The line "It takes two to tango" in relation to an interview with a man who has been removed from the house for "threatening and/or abusive behaviour doesn't really sit well with me, and I have already seen people pick up on this sentence and agree with Emma Willis's use of it. 

I'm not going to offer my opinion any further on this subject, but I would love to hear yours.

What do you think? 

Victim shaming?

Or is Emma right and in this situation it did take two to tango.


Let me know.

Big Fashionista x x 


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5 comments

  1. I'm not sure, if she meant the situation in the safe house with this comment and not them playing with the fire for weeks. She did seem very emotional during the interview though. Anyway: Hazel provoked Daley, that was blatantly obvious, but a man should never, I repeat NEVER raise his hand against a woman, no matter how angry she makes him. Absolutely unacceptable and I think Big Brother made the right decision by removing Daley.

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  2. Hazel really did push him too far and she knew that she was winding him up. However, I don't think that she expected him to become aggressive and it was a nasty shock for her.

    No matter how much she provoked him, his behaviour was unacceptable and Big Brother did the right thing in chucking him out.

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  3. She may have provoked him but it's absolutely no excuse. Throwing him out was the right thing to do.

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  4. He over stepped the mark. The were both playing to start with but when he grabbed her by the throat it's was game over. The playful banter turned dark.

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  5. That does sound like victim shaming. No matter what was said there is absolutely no excuse for that kind of behavior. Blaming some of it on her isn't cool either...No one "asks" to be abused.

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