Glee creator Ryan Murphy has criticized Modern Family producers for censoring physical affection between its gay characters.

While he didn't mention Modern Family by name, Murphy was clearly aiming for ABC's Sunday night comedy hit.

“I hate it on TV shows, and there's one show that I won't name right now, where it's like 'Why aren't these characters kissing? Don't they have a child?' That's ridiculous to me. I don't understand it,” Murphy told reporters after participating in a panel at the Television Critics Association Press Tour in Beverly Hills on Monday, celebrity website reported.

Murphy, who is openly gay, is the creative force behind Fox's musical comedy hit Glee, which includes two openly gay actors, Jane Lynch as coach Sue Sylvester and Chris Colfer, who plays Kurt Hummel, a gay student at McKinley High.

Facebook fans have been clamoring for an onscreen kiss between gay couple Cameron (played by Eric Stonestreet) and Mitchell (played by openly gay Jesse Tyler Ferguson) since the May 5 episode titled Airport 2010, in which Cameron and Mitchell were relegated to a hug after they argued while heterosexual couple Phil (Ty Burrell) and Claire (Julie Bowen) kissed and made up.

In response, producers released a statement that said an episode is already in the works that will address the lack of physical affection between the gay characters, and asked everyone, in the words of Phil, to just “chillax.”

Murphy criticized that decision, as well.

“I would never do that,” he said. “I would make it very organic and do it several times and not make it a stunt.”

Murphy also announced that he'll be directing an upcoming gay kiss on Glee between Santana (played by Naya Rivera) and Brittany (Heather Morris).