ICYMI: ABC Family’s ‘The Fosters’ featured TV’s first gay kiss between 13-year-olds Monday night

ICYMI: ABC Family’s ‘The Fosters’ featured TV’s first gay kiss between 13-year-olds Monday night

[Ed. – Because a week with a “three-way” same-sex wedding wasn’t big enough.  Sounds like weak sauce to me, though.  Where’s the Muslim and the handicapped person in this family? It sounds like they may be short a Gender-Fluid character too. Bunch of racists.]

The ABC Family drama The Fosters made television history Monday night for featuring the youngest ever dramatized gay kiss, as characters Jude and Connor, both 13, locked lips after some awkward flirting.

The show’s creator, Peter Paige, (Queer as Folk,) tweeted his excitement at the scene immediately following the broadcast…

Set in a mixed family environment, The Fosters are a diverse group of children, both biological and adopted, whom an interracial lesbian couple cares for, according to the show’s IMDB page.

The show, which premiered in 2013, already pushes the limits in the eyes of some, who have raised questions regarding what constitutes modern family programming. …

The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation group has praised The Fosters, and the show won the award for Outstanding Drama Series at the 2014 GLAAD Awards.

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