Daniel radcliffe hates dating
(But) when you know a gay guy has a crush on you, it’s the most flattering thing.” He also sees this gossip as a positive thing in terms of his career: “If people are speculating about your sexuality, then you’re doing OK.” It’s not just his face that has seen Radcliffe linked to the gay community: he’s a vocal, supportive advocate of LGBTQ rights and issues.
In 2012, he recorded a video for the California-based organisation The Trevor Project, which runs a support helpline for gay, bi and trans youth.
During an interview with The Huffington Post – an outlet that sounds like it could also be a news service in the wizarding world of Harry Potter -- Grint was asked where his character might be today.
Despite potentially generating yet more gay rumours, he told Vanity Fair in 2013: “I don’t really see the sex scene in this film as a risk. “I totally understand that people are going to talk about it, because it’s salacious and whatever, but the thing that was much more nerve wracking to me about this film was hitting all those big emotional beats.” He went into detail about the acting in this scene too.
Radcliffe discussed with Flaunt the learning process he went through for it, as the intricacies of gay sex (or more specifically bottoming) were explained to him by the Kill Your Darlings director, John Krokidas.