the straights are angry over the gay sex scene on p-valley last week

I LOVE P-VALLEY.
I LOVE P-VALLEY.
I LOVE P-VALLEY.

i can’t stress how much i love this show.
lil murda on the show,
who is played j alphonse nicholson,
 be out here bussin’ azz,
don’t he be not?
i can see why.
he has a certain charm about him that is very attractive.
aside from his hard rapper persona,
he comes off as very loving,
and thats such a turn-on.
in last week’s episode titled “demethrius“,
he had another gay sex scene that had people talking.
p-valley always has the straights talking about their gay sex scenes.

 

of course,
he has been receiving a ton of hate from the straights about it too.
he tweeted this in response w/ spoilers below…

this show had graphic gay sex scenes last season.
lil murda is a whole gay character in same-sex relations.
why are they confused?
i guess it’s because the male in question was not like uncle clifford?
spoilers ahead but…
it was with his jailbird and crazy friend,
big teak,
which is played by john clarence stewart:

 

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i thought the sex scene showed deep emotions between two males.
it wasn’t animalistic fuckin’ that we see between gays in and out of tv.

Lil Murda was really passionate and comforting with Big Teak.
Dare I font,
it was…
romantic?

the straights are gonna complain and still watch.
womp womp.
they’ll learn to deal.

if you haven’t watched p-valley,
i really suggest you do.
it is so gooooooooooooooooood.
p-valley comes on every sunday at 10 pm on starz.
if you are subbed to starz,
you can watch it earlier.

lowkey: one of my dreams is to be on the show.
i’m so into it.
i loveeeeeeeeee lil murda songs on these past episodes:

this show brings the racthet outta me.

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16 thoughts on “the straights are angry over the gay sex scene on p-valley last week”

      1. I
        Was reading this in bossip and wondered if you’d mention it.
        I love J Alphonse, and that is a understatement. I haven’t watched P Valley, so I fell in love when he portrayed the husband in Madame CJ Walker to Tiffany Haddish. Then I saw the drumming videos before fame hit. He is Southern, from NC and he is my all time celebrity crush. He is married, so I will leave it there, but he is my dream husband.

  1. The Straights that are mad and uncomfortable remind of Racist Whites (especially in the South) who would complain when African Americans started to be featured in the media.

    I find it depressing how Black People [ people that Were/Are oppressed ] quickly turn and oppress and hate “Same Gender Loving , Bi ,and Trans individuals.

  2. But had nothing to say when the women had a sex scene with their tiddies all out, eating p*$$y. If you’re uncomfortable because you’re not used to seeing it then maybe you need to see more of it so you’ll be more mature out seeing a GAY character doing GAY things. Shaddap and keep the commentary to yourself because you will continue to watch anyway. Fast forward through the scenes if you have to smh the straights are so childish sometimes

  3. I have never seen the show but I’ve read that some of the female characters have had intimate scenes/sex scenes.It’s interesting how there is rarely widespread outrage when female characters have sex scenes in movies and tv shows?

    Of course people in the comments are saying they don’t want to see any sex scenes whether they be between two men,two women or a man and a woman.Yeah right.I don’t remember people complaining about the sex scenes in “Power” but maybe they did complain and I missed it.

  4. Both interesting and ironic that the str8’s laughed along when it was just Uncle Clifford running around in wigs and makeup being flamboyant. Now that the gays looks like them, their boyfriends, and their husbands, they suddenly are fake offending and uncomfortable. Watch or dont watch, we deserve representation…and are getting it.

    1. Yup!!! This is it

      It’s hitting too close to home

      They remembering the diksukka and lbadderz videos
      They have in their bookmarks on twitter

      They love a Santana
      That’s why I tell gays to stop promoting the agenda that all gay men are fem bc by doing that were actually hurting our image

      Bc it makes it more difficult to be respected if u don’t fit the narrow depiction of the comedic relief/ hairstylist

  5. It’s mainly because they were two masculine presenting men, and that says alot that needs to be unpacked. Because it wasn’t just the homophobic male yelling loud this time alot of the women showed their asses as well. Lmao it’s funny and I’m so glad they did this scene and handled it with such care!!

    1. @ Jay, you hit the nail on the head! The scene threw me for a loop, so I know the straights are all up in the mind! They’d expect it from two feminine acting males but not two hardcore thugs, ex-prisoners. Uh what did they think happened while they were locked up. People need to stop looking at outside appearances. Anyway I enjoyed it! And if something makes you uncomfortable, don’t watch it!

  6. Lil Duval has spent his whole life only coming up to the crotch of regular height men. He’s tired of the bulge in his face and wants to taste it for once.

    He sounds like Boosie describing sex in jail. Bruh, we know it turned you on. Super Gay Advisory. Boy if you don’t show what that mouth do….

  7. I’ve been saying it for years, many women love an effeminate gay man who can do their hair, style them, or shop with, but often harbor a lot of resentment toward masculine men because they feel like they’re ‘wastes’. The fact that a desirable man would rather be w another man, is baffling and disgusting to them.

  8. It was a beautiful scene. I loved how sweet and tender it was. They didn’t throw each other against the wall, kiss all wild. They made love

    We’ve been saying forever that gay men come all forms, some are masculine and some are feminine periour feminine. They should’ve believed us.

  9. Watching a show with LGBT people in it, upset about gay sex scenes? Okay.

    Why tf you even watching the show?

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