Neither is her admission that she's a complete horndog.
Tequila confides to a male Italian contestant that she has to masturbate nine times a day in order to be satisfied. Despite claiming that both men and women have broken her heart, Tequila's clearly a new bisexual, which makes her comments and influence somewhat dangerous to seasoned members of the bi community like me.
When they arrive at the house, Tequila hasn't told any of the men or women that she's bisexual, let alone that they will be competing with members of the opposite sex for her affections.
Even worse, when she tells them her sexuality in a dramatic ending to the first episode, she says, "I'm a bisexual," not "I'm bisexual." That's like Ellen De Generes saying, "I'm a gay." Not exactly confidence inspiring.
It also exposes the common prejudices and assumptions straight men and lesbians have about bisexual women.
Some of the guys on the show predictably say they want to be Tequila's primary relationship but admit they are open to threesomes.
And it definitely shouldn't be to center an entire show around a bi-curious straight girl who'd make out with a woman at a nightclub after a few cocktails for the pleasure of her boyfriend.
And after watching the first few episodes of the show, I wasn't entirely sure Tequila wasn't that girl. The competitions on the show are designed to highlight gender roles and thus help Tequila better decide whom to eliminate. In the first episode she makes the female contestants play dress up and walk a runway in maid, Catholic school girl, and dominatrix-style outfits so she can objectify them like a dude, then eliminate the least sexy ones.
Other men express anxiety and insecurities about competing for a woman with other women.
One lesbian is so repulsed after she learns Tequila is bi, she quits the show, while other lesbians try to undermine each other by telling Tequila they believe other female contestants are "confused" and not sure they're only into women.
In earlier episodes she has a proclivity for turning to the camera and saying unintentionally damaging things like, "This show's the perfect experience because it's really going to help me figure out -- do I really like a guy or do I really like a girl?