Reality Show Sparks Outrage with Transgender Brawls

Reality Show Sparks Outrage with Transgender Brawls

A outrageous new reality show featuring a cast of transgender women has shocked viewers, with many calling for better representation of the LGBTQ community.

The Gworls Club, which was executive produced by Ray J, follows a group of outspoken transgender women living together in a Los Angeles mansion.

A trailer for the series features multiple scenes of the women getting into violent fistfights, pulling each other’s wigs off, and trading vile obscenities.

Many of the all-out brawls are so physical that a team of security guards are forced to intervene.

In one unbelievable scene, two trans women tell another cast member, named ‘Mangina,’ that she’s a ‘drag queen’ and not actually trans.

Reality Show Sparks Outrage with Transgender Brawls

An outrageous new reality show called The Gworls Club, which stars a cast of transgender women, has shocked viewers and led to calls for better LGBTQ representation 

The Gworls Club, which was executive produced by Ray J, follows a group of outspoken transgender women living together in a Los Angeles mansion

The Gworls Club, which was executive produced by Ray J, follows a group of outspoken transgender women living together in a Los Angeles mansion

‘There’s a difference! Trans, drag,’ one shrieks, while her friend adds, ‘Mangina, look at you – ew!’

A lot of viewers have expressed disappointment in the nature of the show, which not only features an all transgender cast, but is primarily made up of trans women of color.

‘We need better for the culture. Can these ladies go visit a hospital and the hungry children?’ one fan asked.

‘I was hoping for a show a of beautiful trans women showcased as overcoming their struggles and coming out on top… this s**t is just ghetto fighting trash with no point of anything,’ another said. 

‘I wanted to be a part of this but I definitely didn’t expect this at all. I thought it would be way better. I don’t like how y’all are portraying trans women,’ someone else added. 

‘Any show that lets women fight like animals I’ll never watch. Is this what we think of ourselves! Shameful!!’ one commented.

Another wrote, ‘With all the negative s**t going on against trans women (politically especially) why would we want to see sisters fighting against each other! Fight the system and vote. Will not be watching.’

A trailer for the series features multiple scenes of the women getting into violent fistfights, pulling each other's wigs off, and trading vile obscenities

A trailer for the series features multiple scenes of the women getting into violent fistfights, pulling each other’s wigs off, and trading vile obscenities

Many of the brawls are so physical that a team of security guards are forced to intervene

Many of the brawls are so physical that a team of security guards are forced to intervene

Despite the backlash, a handful of fans have thrown their support behind The Gworls Club.

‘Cannot wait this, it’s gonna be epic! Happy y’all opening doors for our trans sisters,’ one fan gushed. 

‘I’m so ready for this,’ another said, while one wrote, ‘Definitely watching this!’

The Gworls Club stars a handful of familiar faces, including reality star Sidney Starr, who has appeared on Love & Hip-Hop and the Baddies franchise. 

Australian actress Daniielle Alexis, best known for her role in the prison drama Wentworth, has also been cast on the controversial series.

Ray J recently defended The Gworls Club during an appearance on Fox Soul’s TEA-G-I-F.

‘Yes there’s a lot of fights and a lot of drama inside of each show, but there’s also a story arc that leads you to something that could be either inspiring or heartfelt,’ he explained.

‘Or you could even learn from some of the mistakes that’s made on the shows and you can grow from it.’

He added: ‘We actually care about the talent and their stories and how it ends.’ 

DailyMail.com has contacted Ray J and Sidney Starr for comment.  

Australian actress Daniielle Alexis (pictured) is one of the stars of The Gworls Club

Australian actress Daniielle Alexis (pictured) is one of the stars of The Gworls Club

Former Love & Hip-Hop star Sidney Starr (pictured) is one of the stars and executive producers of The Gworls Club

Former Love & Hip-Hop star Sidney Starr (pictured) is one of the stars and executive producers of The Gworls Club

The Gworls Club is just the latest entry in a new wave of debaucherous, politically incorrect reality shows that have hit streaming apps in recent years.

Earlier this month, Tubi premiered House of Heat, which follows the lives and careers of OnlyFans creators and porn stars. 

The brash series holds nothing back, with the cast inviting cameras into their rooms as they perform X-rated streams for their subscribers. 

Cast members include a single mom who wants to be a ‘role model’ for her toddler, a gay couple working in the porn industry, and a fitness model who sells his used underwear to the highest bidder. 

Joseline’s Cabaret follows former stripper and reality star Joseline Hernandez as she puts together a live strip show featuring a rowdy cast of exotic dancers and sex workers.

In one episode, Hernandez has sex with her music producer fiancé, Ballistic Beats, in a bathtub.

Ray J, who produced the series for his new network Tronix, said that he hoped viewers could 'learn from the mistakes' of the show's cast

Ray J, who produced the series for his new network Tronix, said that he hoped viewers could ‘learn from the mistakes’ of the show’s cast

The TLC network has also made headlines for its own shocking reality show, MILF Manor.

The first season of the bizarre series followed women over 40 as they dated each others’ sons in a Mexican villa.

Meanwhile, the UK reality series Open House: The Great Sexperiment about polyamorous couples sparked backlash in Britain after airing a 15-person orgy.

The show saw committed couples come to a luxury retreat to test whether opening up their relationships and having sex with other people can ‘strengthen their bond.’

The Gworls Club premieres on The Tronix Network on July 8.

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