Queer Eye


Queer Eye brings all the sass and all the class and we couldn’t be happier about it. LOVE IS LOVE and the biggest message we can all take away from this amazing new show is that loving each other is always the better way to live. We were so very surprised to find this reboot and even more surprised about how quickly we fell in love. Much like most gay relationships the love affair happened so quickly it could have been considered a grindr hookup.

Netflix has really outdone itself with the new modern remake of Queer Eye For The Straight Guy. The reboot is just named Queer Eye now because the Fab 5 will now be taking on women as well as gay men and women who need their help. Basically the show is no longer limited to just straight men in need of a life change.

The premise of the show is that there are 5 gay men who all focus on different aspects of life to help make positive change for someone in need. The expects are featured in the photo above starting from left to right: Bobby (Design), Karamo (Culture), Antoni (Food & Drink), Jonathan (Grooming) and Tan (Fashion).

The Fab 5 have a loft based out of Atlanta, Georgia. The entire show is actually featured in the great city of Atlanta and is a refreshing change of pace from most shows which typically happen in LA or New York City. Most of the Fab 5 hail from either LA or NYC but the setting in Atlanta really helps make the show more interesting because who doesn’t love watching southerners try and cope with gays?

The show really does bring tears to our eyes and that NEVER happens. The whole premise and vibe is all about LOVE. Accepting other people for who they are loving each other in spite or our differences. The show really hits home with the values of loving your neighbor.

The Fab 5 only exist to help others inside and out. The beauty of it is how even the most conservatives people they help learn to love and accept the Fab 5 because gays are people too just like the rest of us. Loving people for who they are is not always easy but it is the right thing to do.

The show lets people nominate a friend or family member who is stuck in life somehow. Whether it be bad clothes, messy homes or messy lives the Fab 5 is here to help. From sass to class the show is just a funny and feel good time to be had by all. It is easily binge watchable in a day as there are only 8 episodes currently on Netflix. Each episode is about 45-50 minutes in length but will leave a lasting impression on your heart.

We are not one for positive or love centered shows but we were happy that Queer Eye proved us wrong. Even with the cast featuring such diversity in the new Fab 5 should give us all hope that love and acceptance for everyone is coming. Loving people for who they are gay or straight should be a standard we all aspire to. Accepting others will never be easy but maybe after a binge sesh of Queer Eye we can all see that even gays and Trump supporters can learn to love and accept each other for the common good.

We recommend this to anyone who has an open heart or mind and especially to anyone who does NOT have an open mind. Our hope for this show is that after you watch you can see how these diverse groups of people can love and help each other despite major differences in lifestyle or beliefs. Everyone needs love and wants to be accepted for who they are. This show might be the emotional push someone needs to learn how to love or why we should.

Be prepared to laugh, to cry and to swoon over the fan favorite of the Fab 5, Antoni.

5/5 stars for this show and a 10/10 rating for binge worthy success

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