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Both Matthew Hodgson and Michael Hitchcock replied to the same fan’s tweet complaining that the show has still not delivered on a kiss between its only established gay girl coupling. Well, they’re in love but they never kissed.” Ruh-roh. We’re still waiting for our sweet lady kisses, writers.

The “kiss” Hodgson and Hitchcock alluded to was the non-kiss between the pairing while in bed together at the start of “Duets,” episode 4, Season 2, which aired Oct. Though, anyone paying attention would know that while Brittany and Santana talked about sweet lady kisses, their lips never actually touched. Seems some folks perhaps haven’t done their homework before joining the show?

But for a lot of fans, the damage has already been done.

Since tweeting the fan, Hodgson and Hitchcock have both deleted their respective tweets on the matter.

Hitchcock tweeted an apology to the same fan, which he also then deleted later.

But nothing makes a relationship real like showing and not telling.

Plus last night there were 11 glorious seconds of the Brittango.

The episode angered many queer female fans, myself included, for the condescending tone it took and the consequence-free message it sent about outing. For a show that prides itself on diversity, the lack of a real onscreen kiss between Santana and Brittany continues to flabbergast and infuriate its many female fans.

Because, let’s face it, it’s not like no one ever locks lips on .

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Rivera's character comes off as a cold-hearted and vicious cheerleader, who often shows her softer side to fellow cheerleader Brittany S. Rivera auditioned for the opportunity "to sing, dance, and act all in the same show," and because she was a fan of co-creator Ryan Murphy's previous work on Nip/Tuck.

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