Glee’s Ryan Murphy blasts Modern Family for lack of gay kisses!

Glee creator Ryan Murphy, seems to have hit out at Modern Family bosses for failing to write any gay kisses into their scripts.

The hit ABC comedy features a homosexual couple, Cameron (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson), who are married and have an adopted daughter, however the pair have not yet shared a kiss on screen.

Greg In Hollywood reports that while talking about Glee season two and a planned kiss between Brittany (Heather Morris) and Santana (Naya Rivera, Ryan got stuck into his rival show.

“I hate it on TV shows, and there’s one show I won’t name right now, where it’s like, ‘Why aren’t these characters kissing, don’t they have a child?'” he said. “That’s ridiculous to me. I don’t understand it.”

“If I did it on my show, I would just have them do it in every scene and not have a big deal about it,” he added. “I don’t think that you have to announce a very special episode. Weren’t they doing it back on Roseanne? It is just so outdated and archaic to me and as a gay man, I would never do that. I would make it very organic and do it several times and not make it a stunt.”

Speaking about the kiss that Brittany and Santana will share, he added: “I’m directing the episode where they’re going to kiss a couple of times. The key is to do it a couple times so it doesn’t seem forced.”