LAURA Whitmore will present a brand new, immersive documentary series to appear on ITV.
The 38-year-old will return to her journalistic roots, tackling a range of taboo subjects including rough sex, violent pornography and incel culture.
This is Laura’s first return to investigative journalism, having studied the subject at Dublin City University before embarking on her career as a presenter.
The Irish presenter, who left her Love Island moderation job earlier this year, won’t shy away from difficult topics in the investigative docuseries.
An insider told The Sun: “Rough sex is a topic that addresses the gray areas that come with certain behaviors and how we deal with them.”
“We are a society increasingly exposed to violence over the internet, which can cause problems when it manifests itself in real life.”
“As in so many similar situations, that often means women are bearing the brunt of these problems, and that’s what Laura will explore in the document.”
An investigation in the documentaries will specifically focus on “misogynists,” a movement of misogynistic men who feel entitled to women’s bodies, time, and attention.
Last November, the Irish presenter announced that she was investigating the online group.
Speaking to The Sun at the time, she said: “One of the things I’ve explored with the new series is incels. I didn’t know much about this community other than some high profile cases in the media.
“By encountering key innovators and trying to understand the ideology, I was both fascinated and at times frightened and shocked.”
ITV has confirmed the three-part series will be out in July.