Gay shower scene on 'Days'

Feb 18, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Washington Blade

NBC's "Days of Our Lives," which debuted in 1965 and is one of daytime's longest-running soaps, continues pushing the envelope.

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They mentioned that Will and Sonny (Jackson "Sonny" Kiriakis) are grandchildren of two of the shows main families. They share Abigail Deveraux as a first cousin. Will is on her mom's side and Sonny is on her dad's side. I don't know which grandparents they are talking about on Sonny. Sonny is the son of Victor Kiriakis's nephew Justin Kiriakis with his wife Adrienne Johnson Kiriakis (Jack Deveraux and Stephen (Steve) "Patch" Johnson's sister). Sonny would also be a cousin to Bo Brady (Will's half great uncle). Sonny's maternal grandparents are Jo Johnson Scofield and Duke Earl Johnson, step grandfather Vern Scofield.

William "Will" Horton (William Robert Brady Reed Roberts Horton) is the son of Sami Brady and Lucas Horton (formerly Roberts). His paternal grandparents are Kate Roberts and Bill Horton, maternal grandparents Dr. Marlena Evans and Roman Brady, John Black (step), his great grandparents are Dr. Tom Horton and Alice Grayson Horton and Caroline Brady and Shawn Brady (Sr.).

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Won't be long before they have queers buttf*cking on Nickelodeon and the Disney Channel. Some world we got going here.
But kids seeing straight people slobbering all over each other and simulating sex that's okay right? Kids are at school when soaps are on anyway. Days of Our Lives is not a kid's show.

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Won't be long before they have queers buttf*cking on Nickelodeon and the Disney Channel. Some world we got going here.
Why is it that every time anything about gay men is brought up you straight dudes start talking about anal sex, etc. even though not all gay men participate in that and many straight couples have incorporated that into their sex lives? What is the homophobes' obsession with gay sex?!
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But kids seeing straight people slobbering all over each other and simulating sex that's okay right?
At least that's normal.

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The only decent soap opera that there ever was, was "SOAP".

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Pierre wrote:
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At least that's normal.
Who cares what you consider normal and abnormal? Stay in your effing country and stay out of ours. I thought in France they are more gay friendly than here which makes you the minority. There are no laws against being gay here.

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At least that's normal.
So you are okay with kids seeing inappropriate behavior by straights? Hypocrite! You are a homophobe and a hateful bigot. At least admit you are. You are prejudice against gays and think you know more than the American Psychological Association about them. If you are in France why the f do you care what goes on over here in the U.S. Shouldn't you be gay bashing over there instead?

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pecker head wrote:
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Won't be long till queers will be d!cking each other in cartoons.
I doubt it but I hope they do it just to turn you on since you are obsessed with gay sex.

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The only decent soap opera that there ever was, was "SOAP".
"Mary Hartman! Mary Hartman!"

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snyper wrote:
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"Mary Hartman! Mary Hartman!"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =Wu2UpaekiGgXX
I remember that show. I never liked it. Louise Lasser quit the show after a short time and they renamed it "Fernwood Tonite" I think.

"SOAP" was teh BEST.

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I have to say, things have gotten better for us over the years.

I have seen a number of tv shows recently (documentary-type) where we are portrayed as normal, average people.

These are stories that they simply would not have done years ago, just because the subjects were openly gay or lesbian.

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I remember that show. I never liked it. Louise Lasser quit the show after a short time and they renamed it "Fernwood Tonite" I think.
"SOAP" was teh BEST.
"Forever Fernwood".

"Fernwood Tonight" was a spinoff.

"MHMH" was a bent daily soap.

"Soap" was a weekly.

Norman Lear was a genius, but "Soap" wasn't a mockery of soap operas and it's times. "MHMH" was.

Still very bent. If you weren't stoned when you watched it, you felt that way by each episode's end.

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"Forever Fernwood".
"Fernwood Tonight" was a spinoff.
"MHMH" was a bent daily soap.
"Soap" was a weekly.
Norman Lear was a genius, but "Soap" wasn't a mockery of soap operas and it's times. "MHMH" was.
Still very bent. If you weren't stoned when you watched it, you felt that way by each episode's end.
It just wasn't my kind of show, and I never cared for most of his shows.

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It just wasn't my kind of show, and I never cared for most of his shows.
"All in the Family" too challenging to your pet notions?

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"All in the Family" too challenging to your pet notions?
No. I think that was teh only Norman Lear show I ever liked. Remember Beverley ?

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