READ MORE: Netflix Bridgerton cast romances – coming out, footballer partner and Kim Kardashian linkBy throwing the audience into the deep end of their virgin lesbian sex adventure head first, the producers of the series had viewers questioning the actual premise of the show.A number of viewers took to social media to ask if teenagers were the actual target audience of the show, with some criticising the lack of a romantic buildup between the two characters before they started romping.“All these new teen shows with heavy sexual themes.

Who exactly is the audience?” asked one angry viewer, to which another responded admitting they had to stop watching First Kill because of the sex scenes.She said: “At 28 I really can’t watch people pretending to be 15-17 being that sexual and not feel icky.”Another commented: “The sex scenes in First Kill are actually so inappropriate.”“I’m liking First Kill so far but did they have to make them 16?” questioned one.Several critics went online to express their belief that the sex scene was a typical example of a show being written and produced with a ‘male gaze’, saying they believed the show had been ‘oversexualised’, but others were not so sure.Instructing people who criticise First Kill because of its ‘sexual content’ to ‘go and watch Peppa Pig’ instead, one person said: “Women have sex with women, and if you’re saying a certain TV show is for the male gaze only because it has scenes with this type of content, it’s actually offensive.”Concurring, another said: “Anyone saying (First Kill’s) scenes are for the male gaze is just straight up weird.

Lesbians can and do have sex. There’s nothing wrong with that and there is nothing wrong with lesbians enjoying seeing that.”Meanwhile, rebuking.