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Russell T Davies to explore ‘modern gay sex lives’ in two new drama series

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  1. Dr Clive R Wheeler 19 Nov 2013, 5:30pm

    Hi – Clive here – a 63 year old gay teenager. Would love to be involved in Russell’s new series. I really do think I can offer a distinctly unique view that others would enjoy greatly. Do please pass my contact details to him.

  2. ……WOW! what’s so wonderful about this, is ‘real life’ comes into the sheltered lives of ignorant scared idiots, who constantly believes they can identify who’s gay and who’s not. In real life you cannot. So Mr. Davis is doing his show for educational reasons as well.

  3. Harriet Baighleigh 21 Nov 2013, 12:12pm

    Does Russell T Davies write about anything else these days? I felt embarrassed by Queer As Folk, I have to say. It was tough to watch. It was funny though – the lesbian couple having a chaste peck while all of the gays were pretty much dogging on camera for most of the show.

  4. GingerlyColors 11 Dec 2013, 7:06am

    Do we really need another dedicated gay drama this day and age, especially as we are now less than four months away from marriage equality? Gay people no longer live on the fringes of society and only get featured on late night shows on Channel 4. Gay people now feature on everyday programmes such as ‘Eastenders’, ‘Coronation Street’ and ‘Doctors’, the latter of which has featured same-sex kisses on BBC1 after the lunchtime news without provoking a response from ‘Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells’.
    Russell T. Davies has done a good job bringing Dr. Who into the 21st century. Who can believe that homosexuality was still a custodial offence when the Daleks first graced the screens 50 years ago? Dr. Who has featured gay characters in recent years, notably Captain Jack Harkness who was given his own spin-off show, Torchwood.

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