The challenge: Cast learned the pronouns from presenter Brihony Dawson

Brihony Dawson, the non-binary presenter of Channel 10’s The Challenge, said the show’s cast and crew needed to learn to use she/them pronouns.

The 38-year-old made the reveal while speaking to TV Tonight about becoming the first non-binary person to host a prime-time reality show on the Australian TV network.

“Nonbinary” is an umbrella term for gender identities that are not exclusively male or female. Non-binary people sometimes use she/them pronouns.

Brihony Dawson (pictured), the non-binary presenter of Channel 10's The Challenge, said the show's cast and crew had to learn to use s/he pronouns

Brihony Dawson (pictured), the non-binary presenter of Channel 10's The Challenge, said the show's cast and crew had to learn to use s/he pronouns

Brihony Dawson (pictured), the non-binary presenter of Channel 10’s The Challenge, said the show’s cast and crew had to learn to use s/he pronouns

The Challenge, which premiered in America in 1998, has been described as a cross between Big Brother and Survivor. A cash prize of $200,000 awaits the winners.

“Growing up, I didn’t have anyone like me in public,” Dawson said.

Dawson has presented the AFLW Grand Final and the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, but The Challenge is their first time hosting a prime-time entertainment show.

They were full of praise as they spoke about the support they received on the set of The Challenge, which was filmed in Buenos Aires, Argentina earlier this year.

“The crew had ‘they/them’ written on the desk as a constant reminder because they wanted to do it right,” Dawson said.

The 38-year-old made the reveal while speaking to TV Tonight about becoming the first non-binary person to host a prime-time reality show on the Australian TV network

The 38-year-old made the reveal while speaking to TV Tonight about becoming the first non-binary person to host a prime-time reality show on the Australian TV network

The 38-year-old made the reveal while speaking to TV Tonight about becoming the first non-binary person to host a prime-time reality show on the Australian TV network

They said that hopefully her role on the show will set an example for other people who might “question everything about their gender.”

The stars of The Challenge have praised Dawson as the host.

During Monday’s premiere, a number of cast members, including MasterChef star Conor Curran, showered compliments on the host.

The stars of The Challenge, including Brittany Hockley, have praised Dawson as the host

The stars of The Challenge, including Brittany Hockley, have praised Dawson as the host

The stars of The Challenge, including Brittany Hockley, have praised Dawson as the host

Dawson made quite an impression when they introduced themselves to the contestants at the start of the season.

Love Island’s Audrey Kanongara remarked, “Brihony is an amazing ball of energy.”

Radio presenter Brittany Hockley added: “They look like they’re not taking anything.”

“Brihony is Australia’s first non-binary host and to me that’s amazing,” Conor added, “but every time I see her I’ll probably hear something I don’t want to hear.”

The Challenge, which premiered in America in 1998, has been described as a cross between Big Brother and Survivor. A cash prize of $200,000 awaits the winners

The Challenge, which premiered in America in 1998, has been described as a cross between Big Brother and Survivor. A cash prize of $200,000 awaits the winners

The Challenge, which premiered in America in 1998, has been described as a cross between Big Brother and Survivor. A cash prize of $200,000 awaits the winners

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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Brian Ashcraft

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