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Yeah, I've gotten to the point that I just annoying sigh and roll my eyes when the obligatory het sex scene happens in... well, pretty much every movie. Not every movie but the vast majority anyway. And if it's not the obligatory het sex scene is the obligatory het heavy petting/make out session on the couch, bed, or in the shower.

I don't begrudge heterosexuals having simulated sex or making out in a movie or on a TV show. Any display (even if it's not real) of affection one person shows another is good (as long as it's not creepily forced on them). I'd just like to have the occasional movie that has a couple in it who happen to be gay. Not a gay central themed movie but just 2 people who happen to be of the same gender. I'm all for mixed gender combination and mixed race couples getting more exposure in entertainment media. Well, unless it has to do with the Kardashians because I'd just rather not think of how the world could be so egregiously unfair as to allow such people to thrive when 20% of all American children say that go to bed without dinner (or hungry because there wasn't enough to eat for dinner).

I love PDAs... as long as we're not talking full-on extended groping (not talking a quick ass-grab to a consenting adult) and tongue-down-throat action. The world doesn't have enough love in it. I get a special thrill when I see that with a same-sex couple, because it means they feel safe enough to do so, and it is still rare enough, even in Vancouver, to see that outside the West End, which means it is noticed.

The only time I really have a problem with PDA is when it is literally in my way, (like when someone chooses our vehicle to be the one a couple makes out on,) or when I'm feeling grinchy because /I/ haven't been able to get affection in awhile.

Other than that, I tend to embarrass people I'm with, because I'll forget myself and get a bit squeeful about cute romantic PDA. (I tend to sorta blush and go deer-in-headlights from embarrassment when I stumble onto sexy PDA, though...)

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