Made in Chelsea’s Ollie Locke to take part in ‘post-gay’ debate

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Bisexual Made in Chelsea star Ollie Locke is set to take part in a panel discussion on sexual orientation with controversial journalist Julie Bindel and gay entrepreneur Ivan Massow.

Organised by First Edition Talks, the event will be held at The Hospital Club, London on Tuesday 18 November.

Also on the panel will be polyamorous club kid collective Sink The Pink.

The debate will be chaired by Sunday Times Magazine columnist (and creator of First Edition Talks) Katie Glass.

It will examine the question “Are We Post-Gay?” and whether coming out is “old-fashioned?”

Appearing in Celebrity Big Brother in January, Locke mentioned the difficulties of being bisexual, saying women reject him because they assume he’s gay.

The star added: “I’ve never slept with a guy in my life. I think everyone kind of assumes that I have.”

First Generation Talks: “Are We Post-Gay?” will take place from 7pm on Tuesday 18 November at The Hospital Club, 24 Endell Street, London. Tickets are available for £12 from The Hospital Club website.