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"Gay romance, specifically the physicalization of it, is certainly more visible now than it’s ever…" #GayNews #gay #lgbt #LGBT2 #News

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"Gay romance, specifically the physicalization of it, is certainly more visible now than it’s ever…" #GayNews #gay #lgbt #LGBT2 #News



“Gay romance, specifically the physicalization of it, is certainly more visible now than it’s ever been. Same-sex couples kiss onscreen, even passionately. And where gay characters kissing then having sex was once never considered a possibility, or was simply alluded to with a cut of the camera, sex scenes are becoming more frequent as well. But these scenes are certainly never as explicit or as long as the ones between straight couples. Mechanically, they are often… incorrect. Or at least unrealistic, in terms of how gay men actually have sex. Depicting gay sex is still largely uncharted territory, both for the people producing the content and the audiences consuming it. Sex scenes serve a dual purpose in narrative content like TV and film: to deepen characterizations and the story, and, yes, to titillate. When sex scenes between gay characters aren’t given the screen time necessary to develop, they don’t achieve the same sense of intimacy or insight, not to mention the same boner-popping sexiness. But if a lengthy gay sex scene is rare, even rarer is one involving people of color.”

‘American Gods’ Just Aired TV’s Most Explicit Gay Sex Scene Ever | Kevin Fallon for the Daily Beast 

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