If the American Family Association thought that the first season of Glee was morally opposed to supposed traditional family values, then they must have really lost it when season 2 rolled out a full-on buffet of gleefully gay moments for viewers to devour. From an ambiguous lesbian duo to full-on, lip-locking boyfriends to a lineup of musical theater numbers that could turn even your socks pink, the hit show was the brightest star in a constellation of programming featuring gays on TV this year. With its third season already underway, all eyes are on Glee to see what gayer-than-gay moments the show will dream up next. Here are 24 of the gayest moments from the first two seasons.
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I don't know about you, but finding a great make-out scene in an already fantastic book is the cherry on top for me. There's a lot of ways to mess up writing a kissing, or any sexy scene in books because it's all so physical — but there's also a lot of ways to make it memorable. In books, a great make-out scene consists of the narrator's feelings, thoughts, and atmosphere around the couple. It can be incredibly sweet and romantic, or sensual and hot. And I'm sure you have a few favorites that you may or may not have read and reread multiple times. A lot of young adult books capture these steamy make-out scenes due to passionate first love, first kiss, and all those epic firsts. That doesn't mean that classic lit doesn't have many beautiful make-out moments, though.
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In one scene, Hart insists that Ferrell go to a top LA brunch spot and give oral sex to a random patron in the bathroom to learn — I guess? Yes, this movie equates consensual gay sexual activity with actual rape. Cut to Will Ferrell in a restaurant bathroom gagging at the sight of a penis for the amusement of a multiplex audience. Could it be the most homophobic scene in a comedy of the past ten years?