Gays of Our Lives: Feels Like The First Time


Coronation Street:  Todd opens his new business, but finding staff is proving to be a problem.

Emmerdale:    Robert drugs Lawrence to keep him from returning to Home Farm and taking back the business, but a confused Lawrence gets into his car and runs over Victoria.   Later, Aaron wants to talk to Robert, giving Robert hope that he and Aaron might reunite.  Also, Finn has an idea for his mother to help her get over the past, but it could lead to Emma’s murdering John being finally revealed.

Holby City:   Things are strained between Dom and Lofty, but Lofty is determined to make things right.

Hollyoaks:    James rejects his mother for her schemes, but she manipulates him into not only forgiving her, but letting her move back into his house.  Will he find out what she’s up to?

Shortland Street:   Just when Jack is finally making progress with Darryl, Charlie comes back into his life.  Jack realizes it’s not quite over with Charlie and he’s torn between the two men.

Unter Uns:  Finn and Easy have a date that goes well.  Easy invites Finn to come home with him where the two of them have sex.  The next morning, Easy has no regrets and accepts to himself that he’s gay.  But he’s worried about telling other people.


Emmerdale:    Finn learns the truth about his mother.

Neighbours:     Aaron gets stunning news about his father.

People of the Valley:   Iolo and Tyler struggle with what to do about their new arrival.

River City:    Stevie upsets his brother.

Shortland Street:  Jack realizes he has to say goodbye to one of his men.

Unter Uns:   Ringo finds out that Easy is gay.

That’s it for this edition of Gays of Our Lives.   Please share your comments on the thoughts and opinions expressed in this week’s column below.  See you next week!

About the Author

I watch a lot of television, probably too much. But can you really watch too much TV? I've yet to find out. Anyway, I especially love TV when they give us positive portrayals of gays, something that has gotten better but we're still fighting for. I've written about gays in television for many years first at the much missed After Elton, then New Now Next and now at TV Source. It's kind of a passion of mine and I look forward to sharing it with you.