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Who Has The Most Red Flags On ‘LIB’ & Why Is It Every Man?

Y’all, the bar is in hell. Season 6 of Love Is Blind has confirmed my suspicions that every man on a Netflix dating show is, personally, terrifying to me (except for Cameron from Season 1 of LIB, but anyway). From Jeramey’s supposed cheating to Trevor’s rumored secret girlfriend, LIB Season 6 is full of walking red flags. But who has the most red flags out of the Love Is Blind Season 6 men? Let me tell you.

Now, I know that we only see a small portion of the actual goings-on in these Love Is Blind relationships. If the infamous Cuties scene from LIB Season 3 taught me anything, it’s to trust no one. However, in these small nuggets of entertainment, it’s easy to pick out the red flags in behavior β€” especially when they’re as big and bright as the dudes in Season 6. I’m being so real when I say that there isn’t even a sliver of green in the mix. It’s like, borderline dystopian: Love isn’t blind, it’s pretty much dead at this point.

With the Love Is Blind Season 6 weddings just a few episodes away, I’ve taken the time to round up the leading men (for a big lack of a better term) and rank them… based on their amount of red flags. My qualifications? I’m a Pisces Sun with a Scorpio rising, I watch a lot of reality TV, and a dude at a bar once told me I have a judgey vibe: I could have a Ph.D. in this.

So, without further ado, here are the Love Is Blind Season 6 men ranked by red flags:

Johnny: 🚩

Johnny is fine? Frankly, I haven’t paid much attention to the guy except for when he introduced Amy to his family β€” I found that whole scenario to be quite sweet. The red flags popped up for me when he prompted that super weird conversation with Amy about birth control: Seriously, WTF was that? When talking about their future, Johnny was weirdly pushy about Amy getting on a form of birth control and justified it by saying that all of his past partners have been on BC in the past. Like… dude… condoms exist?

Overall, I wouldn’t qualify Johnny as a walking red flag, but I’ve got some qualms with this man for sure.

Clay: 🚩🚩🚩

Where do I start with Clay? From the jump, I didn’t get the best vibes from him. Does anyone else remember when AD talked to him about her connection with Matthew and he screamed at her?! It was the pacing around the room angrily for me β€” I totally wouldn’t be surprised to learn if he punched a hole in the wall of his childhood home when he was 12.

And let’s not forget the other things, too, like when he asked AD what she looked like in the most chauvinistic way possible and made a bunch of gross comments about AD’s weight β€” that’s just the SparkNotes. While he’s objectively “low” on this list, that doesn’t mean that he’s any less than a villain, it just means that some of these guys are, like, so much worse.

Jimmy: 🚩🚩🚩🚩

I’m not exaggerating when I say that I can find at least five Jimmys in my city’s country-themed bar. (Tequila Cowboy Pittsburgh, anyone?) He’s exactly what you think of if I said, “Quick! Think of that guy from your high school who slides into your DMs every Thanksgiving Eve!” So, trust me when I say that I’ve dealt with my fair share of Jimmys throughout the years β€” but that doesn’t make his behavior any less of a red flag.

First things first, I think we can all agree that the way he acted about the Chelsea-Megan Fox comparison was icky. Sure, he came out after the fact and defended her, but he harped on the comparison so many times in the confessionals and in their conversations. Additionally, bringing two girl friends that you’ve only been close to for two years to meet your fiance is an absolutely wild thing to do.

My biggest red flag when it comes to Jimmy is the way he acted toward AD and the other cast members in front of Chelsea. He outwardly sexualized AD (and nobody stuck up for her), then gaslit Chelsea about how she felt about the exchange. Not to mention, he walked around that stupid party like a stereotypical former athlete who peaked in high school, which is pretty accurate in my experiences with the ghosts of Jimmys past. Also, his pants are too cropped and he wore those loafers with no socks. I don’t like that.

Kenneth: 🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩

Don’t yell at me just yet β€” let me explain. Yeah, Kenneth seemed like an absolute sweetie pie in the pods. And yeah, in the early parts of Dominican, he gave off really great, calming energy. But don’t let this man fool you, he’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing and that’s a hill I will die on.

When Kenneth and Brittany (who is a literal ray of sunshine) made it back to the “real world,” Kenneth was instantly glued to his phone. Like, all of the time. I’m not one to say that you can’t use your phone, especially if you’re working, but constantly scrolling while your partner is trying to connect with you is giving iPad kid.

Oh, and speaking of partner, his entire breakup with Brittany was gross and, frankly, triggering. Brittany came to him to express her feelings and, instead of hearing her out, he used the classic therapy speak manipulation tactic to turn the situation onto her. Brittany, girl, you dodged a bullet.

Trevor: 🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩

If you saw this coming before the secret girlfriend news, then you’re lying. Trevor was the ultimate, lovable himbo in the pods who had viewers believing he deserved better. But it was all a lie! Shortly after the show aired, his supposed ex-girlfriend revealed that Trevor had been in a relationship the entire time, and went on the show for Instagram followers and Netflix reality show fame. Huh?! This kind of behavior goes past red flags, and straight into “WTF is wrong with you?” territory.

Jeramey: 🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩

The way Jeramey spells his name sucks, and he sucks too. I started off the season as a Jeramey supporter β€” he seemed like a dryly funny nerd and I really liked him and Laura together. Albeit boring, and aside from that weird “bean-dip” conversation, Jeramey was virtually harmless. But this man? Oh, he’s anything but.

Not only did Jeramey supposedly have a fiance up until two weeks before going on the show, but it’s also been said that he may have had a house with his former partner, but moved out just as Love Is Blind started filming. That’s why his house was so clean and empty! We were all so blind!

But that’s not all. Jeramey also lied about his whereabouts to Laura after coming home at six in the morning. Using her detective skills, Laura discovered that he wasn’t at the bar, he was with Sarah Ann… his ex from the pods! Before this, Sarah Ann messaged Jeramey about changing his mind, but he assured Laura that he wasn’t interested. Dude, that aged like milk.

He also sat there with his dumb little glasses on, smirking, while Laura confronted him. There’s red flag after red flag when it comes to Jeramey and his dumbly-spelled name.

Look, I know I’m being a little judgmental based on mere snippets of television… but am I wrong? Lauren and Cameron, come back!

julianna (she/her) is an associate editor at her campus where she oversees the wellness vertical and all things sex and relationships, wellness, mental health, astrology, and gen-z. during her undergraduate career at chapman university, julianna's work appeared in as if magazine and taylor magazine. additionally, her work as a screenwriter has been recognized and awarded at film festivals worldwide. when she's not writing burning hot takes and spilling way too much about her personal life online, you can find julianna anywhere books, beers, and bands are.