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Chris Colfer Nervous About Glee Gay Sex



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Tonight on the next episode of Glee season 3 will air the show’s first gay sex.

It is the first time for more than one character as Colfer’s character Kurt Hummel will lose his virginity to Blaine Anderson. It is also Rachel’s “first time” with her boyfriend so tonight’s Glee promises to be steamier and sexier than its usual episodes but there will also be plenty of singing and dancing, of course.

Colfer admits covering gay sex on Glee is a sensitive subject but he says the show is well known for handling difficult topics sensitively. He admits he and Darren Criss who plays Blaine were shocked when they first heard about the gay sex in the episode from the show’s creator, Ryan Murphy. They found the idea of portraying that on screen frightening and intimidating but seeing the scripts reassured them.

“Everything that I thought would scare me and make me cringe was sweet and emotional,” Colfer said.

He is aware of the responsibility of this being the first time gay sex has been shown on TV in a show like Glee which has a young audience. But he says that because it is “handled so delicately and sweetly” he doesn’t think it will offend anyone.

We will soon see, as The First Time airs today (Tuesday, November 8) at 8pm on Fox.

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