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Okay, let's say you're done hiding your lesbians and you don't want to bury any gays. So television shows and other media don't push the envelope too much on gay affection.
You want to feature a gay character on your show or, hell, make him or her the starring character! There may be a hug, or a meaningful handhold, but never a kiss unless it's heavily promoted and advertised (and even then, don't get your hopes up that it will happen as advertised).
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So basically, you can have gay people and gay couples but they can't be shown actually behaving like a couple.
This is sometimes a case of Truth in Television, as many gay couples in real life avoid being affectionate in public for fear of unwanted attention (as was the retroactive justification for the page picture).
In Anglo-American media, fans and critics have noticed a pattern of female couples being more likely to be shown engaging in sexual activity on screen than male ones.
Now I find it hard to watch the show, and currently the network is showing older episodes with John still in it. And now I honestly think the show should now rest in piece.
How ever of course If you have never seen the show I suggest you do.
in the first season as the sought-after prince charming who is searching for the man of his dreams.
Sepulveda’s 13 charming suitors, all housed together, are competing to stand out from the crowd and capture a moment of intimate connection, romance and, perhaps, true love.