Watch Colton Haynes and Billy Eichner Get It On During This ‘AHS’ Gay Sex Scene

Watch Colton Haynes and Billy Eichner Get It On During This ‘AHS’ Gay Sex Scene

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TV creator Ryan Murphy treated fans to a steamy AHS gay sex scene between openly gay actors Colton Haynes and Billy Eichner on the latest episode of American Horror Story: Cult.

Haynes plays Detective Jack Samuels, a cop in a complicated love triangle with Eichner’s character Harrison Wilton. Ally Mayfair-Richards (lesbian actress Sarah Paulson) is investigating a series of strange occurrences in Harrison’s house. She finds the two men bumping uglies as she breaks into her neighbor’s house.

Haynes teased the scene on his Twitter, writing, “I have a feeling there could possibly be some sexual contact between Billy Eichner and I on tonight’s episode of AHS Cult… oops!”

Watch the AHS gay sex scene here:

From those angles, we’re guessing Eichner is the top and Haynes is the bottom. Right?

Haynes is in the news this week, not only for his steamy gay sex scene with Eichner, but also because in honor of World Mental Health Day, the actor opened up about battling depression and severe anxiety.

“Today is #WorldMentalHealthDay. This is a photo I took of myself about a month ago when I had reached a point where I had no idea what to do,” he wrote, alongside a photo of himself with his eyes looking red and sore.

“I had been in bed crying/paralyzed for 3 wks with no explanation. My personal life & career were at an all time high,” he continued, going on to stress the importance of speaking out and getting help.

“I’ve talked about this before, but I can’t stress enough how important it is to seek help when you’re feeling down or in your darkest moments. I’ve struggled with Anxiety & Depression since I was in the 5th grade & it’s not something that should go untreated or uncared for.”

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Addressing the fact his mental illness is often not taken seriously, he added, “I know a lot of people don’t understand mental illness & pass it off as people being dramatic…but it’s a chemical Imbalance that no one wants to struggle through. It’s not easy.”

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