And what a glorious summer awaits us, solar-powered, one assumes, by the forthcoming.
"Too Hot to Handle," on the other hand, has gotten things right from the start.
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Thus proving it is possible to cast contestants who give each other but especially Black women an equal chance at finding love or having screen time outside of the struggle narrative we have grown so accustomed to seeing on.
The Netflix dating competition show succeeds exactly where 'Love Island' fails On "Too Hot to Handle," Black female contestants are not portrayed or treated as undesirable, given little screen time, or painted as racial stereotypes.