That is, until the two reveal a past that’s rekindled with a super-sexy, bi-racial, same-sex makeout sesh that primetime has never seen before. Viola Davis isn’t the only one getting some same-sex mmmph in HTGAWM.Conner, played by Jack Falahee, and Oliver, played by Conrad Ricamora, have their fair share of tantalizing sex scenes over the course of the show — but it’s the plot line we’re more impressed by.
They’re (get this) treated like normal human beings … If you haven’t been keeping up with the latest season of AHS, there’s one thing you need to know: Liz Taylor will give you life! She’s also one of the few humans who get to live in the scariest hotel in California. Count Gaga loves her and was the one who encouraged her to live her life as intended: as a woman.Empire, Transparent, and Orange Is The New Black seem to have gotten most of the attention this year for their often racy, sometimes raunchy, and (at times) quite touching deliveries of the fictional LGBT love life. But let’s show some love to those that went under 2015’s radar.If you aren’t already hooked on ABC’s HTGAWM, don’t fret: It’s a kickass binge-watch that’s ready when you are. ) There were three risk-taking LGBT plot lines in particular that really stood out, and the first involves a woman we’re not quite certain we can call the show’s protagonist just yet: Annalise Keating, played by deservedly Emmy-award-winning Viola Davis.“I want to share something today because it’s about to be shared anyway in the press, which is the fact that I have a daughter,” Chet said.“I do have a daughter, she’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me, she’s the reason why I turned my life around and got sober.