|This is the first time two girls have had sex with each other in a Norwegian reality show, but it's not so surprising that these two girls became the first ones. |
Noor, although claiming to be heterosexual, had before this show had sex with two girls. The first time it happened, she says, was because she wanted to try it, and the second time, it was because she enjoyed it the first time. Therese is openly bisexual and has had two lesbian relationships in the past.
From the very beginning, Noor and Therese got along very good, and then they began to be very touchy-feely with each other, but according to themselves, it was just some innocent fun. The others, though, said they behaved like they had just had their first crush on someone. Then one night, after some kissing and fondling during the evening, Noor and Therese ended up in the same bed where they did things with each other that were not entirely innocent.
Below are some quotes from the girls taken from the show and from various newspapers...
Noor explains why she still considers herself to be heterosexual, even though she's had sex with three girls:
"I have never had feelings for or fallen in love with a girl, but I'm open to such possibilities."
Noor about why they had sex:
"It was something we both wanted to do and it just happened. I do not regret it at all."
Noor says she and Therese were unsure if they were even allowed to have sex:
"When we were in bed, we wondered if we were allowed to continue, but then the producers turned off the light and made it really cozy for us."
Therese is asked by a contestant afterwards how many orgasms she had and if the sex is better with girls or boys. "I had one orgasm", she replies and then adds: "To be truthful, I've never had an orgasm with a man... sorry William." William is another contestant who Therese previously has had sex with, and he gets really upset by her revelation. Noor comments the whole thing: "William is upset because I can satisfy Therese better than he can. His male ego is obviously hurt, but this is something that he simply needs to accept."