LOVE Island star Sharon Gaffka has stripped off to her underwear in a protest against the show.
The 26-year-old, who appeared on the show last year, looked incredible in a rainbow selection of knickers as she called for producers to have better LGBTQ representation.
Posing in her back garden in Oxfordshire wearing brightly coloured Bluebella Pride lingerie collection, Sharon did various jobs around the house, including fixing the car.
She wrote: “London Pride is this Saturday and I’m wearing the @bluebella Pride Lingerie collection – while I complete all the “male” jobs of the house 👀🏳️🌈
“I’ve been quite vocal about how I think it’s about time that Love Island features LGBTQ contestants. As someone who came out on the show about my bisexuality, I’d welcome this wholeheartedly.
“Love Island’s ITV producers stress that same-sex relationship present a “logistical difficulty”, but surely there could be a way around this if there were more bisexual contestants in the villa. ❤️🏝
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“Production always have a few extra people on standby to make sure there’s no shortage of couplings, so these difficulties are far from insurmountable.”
She added: “When I left the villa I saw that my DMs were filled with messages from young people who were unsure of how to approach being with the same gender for the first time or how to just “know” your sexuality. So I know my openness has been beneficial to many!
“Love Island has blessed me with opportunities and friendships that I will be forever grateful for, but I think the show can only benefit from greater LGBTQ representation as this reflects their audience as a whole.”
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And she added: “10% of profits from the limited edition collection will be donated to @outrightintl and their incredible work for LGBTQ+ communities across the world.”
The new Bluebella Global Pride Collection includes some of London brand’s best-selling styles in all the vibrant colours of the Pride flag, and 10% of profits from the collection will be donated to OutRight Action International, a human rights organisation supporting LGBTIQ people around the world.