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Okay, let's say you're done hiding your lesbians and you don't want to bury any gays. So television shows and other media don't push the envelope too much on gay affection.
You want to feature a gay character on your show or, hell, make him or her the starring character! There may be a hug, or a meaningful handhold, but never a kiss unless it's heavily promoted and advertised (and even then, don't get your hopes up that it will happen as advertised).
Before you add an example, please think about if it even fits the trope.
If you aren't able to really describe an example, it's best not to put it here.
The Ray’s appearance in this cross-over film is particularly interesting considering that CW Seed, the CW network’s streaming website and app, recently announed the upcoming release of Raymond “Ray” Terrill was a reporter who discovered a group of government scientists working on a secret project to turn light into a weapon of mass destruction.
But before he could report on his findings, the project head exposed Ray to a “genetic light bomb.” The bomb failed to kill him and instead gifted Ray with light-based powers.
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See also Get Back in the Closet for media gay love content, but it is just rated higher than media with heterosexual love scenes and the like. However, there is a bit of a Double Standard regarding gay love portrayals and love scenes and the like. Homosexuality is still a taboo in much of the world, and while some audiences may tolerate a gay character, they may be completely squicked out by shows of affection and sex scenes with gay and lesbian characters, no matter how tame they may be.