Loras Tyrell Says There’s Not Enough “Hot Gay Sex” On “Game Of Thrones”: WATCH

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Game of Thrones star Finn Jones stated the obvious in a new interview: There’s “not enough hot gay sex” on the show, and Season 4 won’t be much better.

Chatting with Access Hollywood, Jones—who plays Margaery Tyrell’s gay elder brother, Loras—teased that his character will enjoy a “slight Loras-Tyrell-Season-3-Promotional-Stillflirtation” with some of the other dudes on the show, but that’s about it. “There’s not enough hot gay sex for Loras this season,” he said lightheartedly. “I’m afraid there’s just not enough.”

Still, Jones, 25, thinks fans will be psyched when GoT returns: “It’s been a fantastic season. Everyone’s worked really hard and the show is just going from strength to strength. It feels like it’s really finding it’s ground now and it’s about to explode so I’m really excited.”

Related: “Game Of Thrones” Actor Kit Harington Goin’ To A Gay Bar 

Loras Tyrell is a rather unique character for American television: Unreservedly gay, but fierce as any other Westeros warrior. Initially he was the lover of Renly Baratheon, and supported his claim to the throne. When Baratheon was murdered, Loras promised to avenge his death and joined forces with immature King Joffrey and ruthless Tywin Lannister.

Game of Thrones returns to HBO on April 6 and, despite the lack of man-on-man action, we’ll definitely be watching. Check out a trailer below.

h/t: Attitude

Dan Avery is a writer-editor who focuses on culture, breaking news and LGBT rights. His work has appeared in Newsweek, The New York Times, Time Out New York, The Advocate and elsewhere.
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