I was one who said writing "gay scenes" would be difficult. I say this because outside of this wonderful forum, are lots of people who write scripts, who wouldn't even know where to begin. That's what I mean. To you and I, and many here, it's simple. It's easy, but for those folks (and they're all over the place. Look at a few years ago for an example of how gay people were written in TV shows), it's some kind of strange puzzle, and they just don't get it. It's a bit of a catch-22, really. Until people realize that it's no big deal for people of the same sex to be in love with one another, and that their love is just as real and heartfelt as any other love, folks aren't really going to understand. At the same time, without the ability to write shows with genuine, real gay people in real relationships, people won't really know that important fact. Then you get the suits involved. Every once in a while you get someone who is willing to take a risk, but usually it's all about not offending the primary audience, which is usually males 25-50 years of age.