“A straight hair, a black man, a bald man, he’s all me.”
That was the title of a clip of a gay couple on the reality TV series “The Real Housewives of New York City” who, along with two of their friends, were filmed getting their hair done by the reality show’s “hair stylist” in a scene filmed in New York.
The clip, shot in September of this year, is part of a new campaign to raise awareness of the discrimination faced by straight women in the entertainment industry.
The Real Houseswives of Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island have come together to share their stories on the show, which has been renewed for a third season.
The show, whose first season aired in January, has been praised for bringing together diverse communities to showcase the “different faces of our city”.
It was created by the Bravo reality TV network to promote diversity and inclusion and has been lauded for its use of diverse and diversely diverse casts, featuring both men and women, to reflect the diverse and varied communities in New Yorkers.
It also has the backing of the entertainment and entertainment industry, which also donated millions of dollars to the campaign.
The group of women, who appeared on the “Real Housewives” series in 2011 and 2012, told Al Jazeera the clip was “the most honest and powerful moment” in their careers.
The “Real Life Housewives”, who have also been featured on the Bravo show, also said the clip brought them the most joy.
“It was one of the happiest moments of our lives,” one said.
“Being on the set, being in a relationship and being on camera for this show was so beautiful, it made me happy and empowered.”
In a statement, the Bravo network said the show was “set to bring a whole new generation of women into the spotlight”.
“We are proud to have represented so many women who have inspired us and have enriched our lives with their beautiful and unique lives, their unique gifts and their talents.”
We know that this is an important step forward in bringing this diverse community of women together, and we are excited to continue to celebrate and help others through the show’s growing social and cultural impact.
“Bravo also thanked the New York Police Department for providing the support to “Real Houseswives”.”
Real Housewife” has been one of Bravo’s top-rated reality series for a number of years, with more than two million viewers tuning in every week.
The network has been working on a fourth season, and a season with more diverse cast members is set to begin filming in March 2018.
The campaign was launched by the group Real Housewives of New Orleans, which had a similar campaign last year featuring an openly gay couple in a clip from the show.