I'm in the final stages of writing my urban fantasy novel and I find myself in a pickle. Just to give you a quick introduction: My MC, (a boy in his late teens, early twenties) gets turned into a vampire by a man. (obviously centuries older, but looks like his early thirties.) Most vampires in my story are bisexual, which I explained is due to their near immortality. My MC is not all straight either, and slowly starts to develop feelings for his master. At first I was a little aprehensive about it. I have nothing against gay people, and eventhough I'm a woman, I love reading gay fiction. But, I do want my novel to sell and be attractive to as large a group as possible, and therein lies my problem. How far can I push the 'gayness' before really turning down readers. Should I leave out the sex scenes? Should I mention them, but only in narrative summary, not as active scenes? Or should I just merely hint at the relationship and leave the rest to the imagination or as say a bonus chapter on my website? Yes, I know, there will always be haters. From going to conventions and being part of large online communities especially in the anime scene, I know that there is quite a large group of mainly women who do like to read about gay relationships, and we, yes I'm partof them , always complain there just aren't enough good books out there, other than fanfiction. But even though I would like it, I can understand why some people, who have no problems with gayness in general, but who don't neccessarily like to read a gay sex scene. So what would your advice be?