actor Andrew Rannells has shot down critics of gay sex scenes on television.
Last month (January), comedian Billy Crystal argued that the media’s portrayal of gay sex scenes is becoming ” a little too much” for him, going on to say that he doesn’t want it “shoved” in his face. Find out more here
In a new interview, Rannell's has argued that after seeing straight sex portrayed on television for decades, it's time gay sex "has a turn".
"It seems like if you did the math, [gay sex] is still the tiniest fraction of sex seen on television," he told ATVfest
. "So, it bothers me. I don’t feel like we've saturated the market with explicit gay scenes."
"We’re talking about a couple of very specific story-related incidents. We’ve also been watching a lot of heterosexual sex for decades, so it’s nice to finally have a turn," he added.
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