MAFS UK viewers cringe over VERY sexually explicit conversations between a bride and her new husband – and say if a man said the same thing to a woman it would be ‘creepy’

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  • Married At First Sight UK audience calls bride Gemma, 30, ‘obscene’
  • Many found it ‘uncomfortable’ to see Gemma’s ‘hyper sexuality’ towards Matt
  • Viewers on Twitter said it was “distasteful and uncomfortable to watch”.

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MAFS UK viewers were given goosebumps on the very explicit sexual conversation between a bride and her new husband on the show last night – as they argued that if a man says the same thing to a woman it would be ‘scary’ ‘ Will happen.

After Gemma, 30, of Newton Abbott tied the knot with new husband Matt, 32, of Huddersfield at an E4 event last week, the pair clearly got off to a great start.

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However, during a dinner date on last night’s show, Gemma tells Matt that she wants to ‘end’ the marriage before talking about their intimate parts.

However, when Matt pushes Gemma back, telling her that her comments are putting her off, many viewers labeled the discussion ‘uncomfortable’ to watch.

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Married At First Sight UK viewers have labeled Newton Abbott’s 30-year-old Gemma a ‘vulgar’ after the latest episode of the series aired on E4 yesterday.

Gemma previously described herself as ‘a bad b****’, saying that she was ‘extremely independent, bold and a little wild’.

The proud mom and hair salon owner was looking for a fairytale romance.

However, she also said that she was desperate to meet a man who could sweep her off her feet and withstand her antics in the bedroom.

Gemma, who previously stated that she has a very high sex drive, began shutting her husband down with his lewd comments on their wedding day.

Matt, 32, of Huddersfield was furious after Gemma's comments during a date night at a fancy restaurant

Matt, 32, of Huddersfield was furious after Gemma’s comments during a date night at a fancy restaurant

And during their honeymoon in last night’s episode, things got even more awkward when Gemma continued to talk overly sexual to Matt after asking him to stop.

During a fancy dinner with her husband she said: ‘My f**** is throbbing. I want to complete this marriage.

Gemma’s comments angered Matt as he said: ‘It really pushes me away, it takes me into myself.

He continued: ‘I don’t know what it is, but it turns me off, the more it is spoken, it takes it away from me.’

Meanwhile he said: ‘It’s just my sense of humour.’

Despite Gemma and Matt getting off to a great start after their first meeting, Gemma's comments have caused concern for viewers.

Despite Gemma and Matt getting off to a great start after their first meeting, Gemma’s comments have caused concern for viewers.

This prompted viewers to brand the sexual comments ‘uncomfortable’ on Twitter, with one saying: ‘If Matt was doing the same thing towards Gemma, there would be war.

‘Trying to push someone to have sex just because you can’t control yourself is never okay. I am uncomfortable to see him.’

Another wrote: ‘I am for people who are sexually liberal. I don’t care, do I?

‘However, Gemma’s hypersexuality is so distasteful and uncomfortable to watch. A fair sign of deep-seated insecurity. Matt must walk.’

This prompted viewers to take to Twitter to brand the sexual comments 'inconvenient' - though some defended them

This prompted viewers to take to Twitter to brand the sexual comments ‘inconvenient’ – though some defended them

A third wrote: ‘Frequent references to Gemma crying and having sex.

‘If it’s not coming naturally, saying it out loud doesn’t help. In fact, its chances are even lower. So saying, why isn’t she reading his face? says it all.’

Meanwhile another added: ‘Just saw last night’s episode. I too would get bored of Gemma’s constant smut. Bring it to the dinner party!’

Another wrote: ‘Gemma needs help because if the shoe was on the other foot, it would be scary.’

While others thought Gemma was ‘shrinking herself’ for her new husband, one person said: ‘The way she made him sit down like she was in the principal’s office and the whole episode ‘you’ll have a turn to speak’ made me tremble.

‘Two episodes with them and you can slowly see Gemma shrinking a bit in her own right.’

And another said: ‘Unpopular opinion but there’s really something about Matt and I’m just calling it that..

‘I know Gemma is dishonest, but she seems like a nice person and I feel some gaslighting/manipulative behavior on her part as well.’

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Married At First Sight UK is back – and the series promises to be sexy, shocking and scandalous than ever

Married At First Sight UK is back – and the series promises to be sexy, shocking and scandalous than ever

Experts Paul C. Brunson, Charlene Douglas and Mel Schilling are back on the show to guide couples through their Married At First Sight journey.

Experts Paul C. Brunson, Charlene Douglas and Mel Schilling are back on the show to guide couples through their Married At First Sight journey.

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Name: Adrian

Age: 37

Hometown: Manchester

Business: digital designer

Adrian is a confident and caring Northerner with a heart of gold. He is a creative person who loves to express himself through fashion and takes time on his appearance.

He loves socializing on night outs, hosting dinner parties and movie nights at home.

Adrian hasn’t had the best of experience with his relationships and tells people to take advantage of his nice guy personality.

He says that he has been a serial dater for the last three years, but is now ready to settle down.

He is looking for an enthusiastic and positive partner who will make him laugh, ready for an adventure and most importantly, someone who he can trust.

He explained: ‘I hope this experiment turns out to be really cool, and we end up falling in love.’

Adrian, 37, is a digital designer from Manchester who describes himself as a 'serial dater' looking for an upbeat and positive partner.  Can he find his match?

Adrian, 37, is a digital designer from Manchester who describes himself as a 'serial dater' looking for an upbeat and positive partner.  Can he find his match?

Adrian, 37, is a digital designer from Manchester who describes himself as a ‘serial dater’ looking for an upbeat and positive partner. Can he find his match?

Name: All

Age: 31

Hometown: Birmingham

Occupation: HR Coordinator

Duka has been living in Britain since the age of 10, when his family fled the former Yugoslavia to escape conflict.

He did not reach out speaking a single word of English and because of this he was threatened. His struggle to grow up had a definite role in shaping the man he has become; When people start coming close emotionally he finds it difficult to let people in and he puts on his guard.

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