I have read these :
where it says:
The weak force has a very short range, gravity is extremely weak on the subatomic scale, and neutrinos, as leptons, do not participate in the strong interaction. Thus, neutrinos typically pass through normal matter unimpeded and undetected.
Where it says:
gravity isn't blocked by anything, so stars are transparent to gravitons.
Do gravitons pass through matter like neutrinos?
Do a far away star's gravitational effects reach us even if the star is behind the Sun?