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MAFS: Tash Herz says Canada is 'less racist and governed better' than Australia

Married At First Sight's Tash Herz says Canada is 'less racist and governed better' than Australia after moving to Ontario and getting

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Married At First Sight’s Tash Herz says Canada is ‘less racist and governed better’ than Australia after moving to Ontario and getting engaged to screenwriter Stephanie Fabrizi


Married At First Sight’s first ever lesbian bride Tash Herz recently got engaged to Canadian screenwriter Stephanie Fabrizi.

And after ditching Australia to live with her famous fiancée in Ontario, Tash has claimed that the Canadian city is ‘way more progressive’ than Australia.

Speaking to her followers on Instagram, the 33-year-old called Ontario ‘incredibly queer-friendly’ and said it was filled with ‘pride flags everywhere’.

'There's pride flags everywhere!' Married At First Sight's Tash Herz says that Canada is more progressive than Australia and 'less racist'

‘There’s pride flags everywhere!’ Married At First Sight’s Tash Herz says that Canada is more progressive than Australia and ‘less racist’

‘It’s a lot more queer-friendly, less racist, and just generally better governed than Australia, so it’s actually a delight to be here,’ she added.

Despite preferring the liberal wonderland of snowy Canada to the backwards outback of Australia, Tash admitted that she was keen to take her lady love Stephanie Down Under later this year. 

‘I’m so excited to show her Adelaide,’ she gushed, before saying that she wants the screenwriter to meet her parents soon.

Fresh start: 'It's a lot more queer-friendly, less racist, and just generally better governed than Australia, so it's actually a delight to be here,' Tash said of her new home in Ontario

Fresh start: ‘It’s a lot more queer-friendly, less racist, and just generally better governed than Australia, so it’s actually a delight to be here,’ Tash said of her new home in Ontario 

Last month, Tash revealed that Stephanie had popped the question during a candlelit date in the bathtub.

Alongside a series of photos of herself and Stephanie cuddling naked in the tub, Tash wrote: ‘Hello fiancé.’

She also flaunted her engagement ring – an emerald cut diamond with a gold band.

Happy ending: Tash, who was Married At First Sight's first ever lesbian bride, recently got engaged to Canadian screenwriter Stephanie Fabrizi (pictured together)

Happy ending: Tash, who was Married At First Sight’s first ever lesbian bride, recently got engaged to Canadian screenwriter Stephanie Fabrizi (pictured together)

Written on the wall next to the bath was a romantic poem, which was scrawled in red across the tiles.

Canadian-born Stephanie is a screenwriter who is best known for penning the erotic lesbian film Below Her Mouth.

The steamy flick is one of Tash’s favourites, with the former reality star sharing clips of herself watching it on Instagram last year.

Talented: Canadian-born Stephanie is a screenwriter who is best known for penning the erotic lesbian film Below Her Mouth

Talented: Canadian-born Stephanie is a screenwriter who is best known for penning the erotic lesbian film Below Her Mouth

According to Stephanie, they met online last year and spent nine months conversing long-distance due to Covid-19 travel restrictions.

Tash and Amanda Micallef were the first ever lesbian brides on Married At First Sight, but their union was a disaster and they were one of the first couples to exit the series. 

Since their split, Amanda has gone on to become a podcaster and an OnlyFans performer.

Flashback: Tash and Amanda Micallef were the first ever lesbian brides on Married At First Sight, but their union was a disaster and they were one of the first couples to exit the series

Flashback: Tash and Amanda Micallef were the first ever lesbian brides on Married At First Sight, but their union was a disaster and they were one of the first couples to exit the series

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