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17th Sep '17 4:42:35 PM RaygunJustice
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* [[http://b-random.tumblr.com/post/22012100468/when-i-was-16-i-had-a-fake-id-and-decided-to-go This Tumblr post]] details one gay man's disturbing encounter with a rapist who spiked his drink at a gay bar that he snuck into while he was underage. While he was drugged and about to be violated by the rapist in his car, out of nowhere came '' a guardian angel DragQueen'' who beat the shit out of his attempted rapist, who then cared for him with some of her drag sisters until the police arrived.
17th Sep '17 2:41:07 PM RaygunJustice
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17th Sep '17 2:38:49 PM RaygunJustice
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16th Sep '17 6:35:24 PM RaygunJustice
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%%* Ladies and gentlemen, [[http://b-random.tumblr.com/post/22012100468/when-i-was-16-i-had-a-fake-id-and-decided-to-go guardian angel drag queens]].
14th Sep '17 5:10:25 AM VioletVisions
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* [[UsefulNotes/RichardTheLionHeart King Richard I the Lionhearted]], if you believe that he was bisexual (this is still rather debated among historians). Apparently the Church made him publically confess to the 'sin' of sodomy and swear not to do it again - twice. But he also was known for raping random peasant women during the Crusades, so...

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* [[UsefulNotes/RichardTheLionHeart King Richard I the Lionhearted]], if you believe that he was bisexual (this is still rather debated among historians). Apparently the Church made him publically confess to the 'sin' of sodomy and swear not to do it again - twice. But he he, like most knights and nobles at the time, also was known for raping to rape random peasant women during the Crusades, so...



* According to some sources and interpretations, [[Film/LawrenceOfArabia T.E. Lawrence]]. As with many early or pre-modern historical figures, it is hard to say definitively. In particular it is believed his relationship with his young assistant Selim Ahmed or "Dahoum" may have been romantic. What ''is'' known is that Lawrence was also a badass military officer and leader who proved invaluable to the Allied effort against the Ottoman Empire throughout UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne.

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* According to some sources and interpretations, [[Film/LawrenceOfArabia T.E. Lawrence]]. As with many early or pre-modern historical figures, it is hard to say definitively. In particular it is believed his relationship with his young assistant Selim Ahmed or "Dahoum" may have been romantic. On the other hand, Lawrence always maintained that he never [[ColdBloodedTorture (voluntarily)]] had sex with anyone in his life[[note]] Granted, admitting to having gay sex at this time would have meant that he might have gone to prison for it. On the other hand, this was a man who openly wrote favorably about other soldiers having sex with each other, and who described his own rape as a POW in graphic detail in a book that he then distributed to all of his friends. So not someone you'd think would be shy about admitting his own sexual interests.[[/note]], and his friends considered him to be asexual. What ''is'' known is that Lawrence was also a badass military officer and leader who proved invaluable to the Allied effort against the Ottoman Empire throughout UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne.
14th Sep '17 4:58:28 AM VioletVisions
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* [[UsefulNotes/RichardTheLionHeart King Richard I the Lionhearted]], if you believe that he was gay (this is still rather debated among historians).

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* [[UsefulNotes/RichardTheLionHeart King Richard I the Lionhearted]], if you believe that he was gay bisexual (this is still rather debated among historians).historians). Apparently the Church made him publically confess to the 'sin' of sodomy and swear not to do it again - twice. But he also was known for raping random peasant women during the Crusades, so...



* UsefulNotes/FrederickTheGreat was widely considered homosexual by his contemporaries and today by many historians. His court was distinguished by frequent homoerotic jokes and poetry, and his association early in life with Prussian nobleman Hans Herman von Katte is often thought of as romantic, though the truth will be never known (and later on possibly also Voltaire, although their relationship was more of the SlapSlapKiss variety). However, he was focused on war and governing the state more than on sex and romance, and held open admiration for Maria Theresia, so whether he was gay, straight, bi, or asexual is still an open question. This, mind you, is a man who ''simultaneously'' held off France, Austria, and Russia (the three most powerful land armies of the day) and laid the groundwork for the formation of a unified German nation. ''Napoleon'' said of Frederick (after defeating Prussia) "If this man were still alive, we would not be here." After losing one battle, Frederick himself wrote "Fortune has it in for me; she is a woman, and I am not that way inclined."

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* UsefulNotes/FrederickTheGreat was widely considered homosexual by his contemporaries and today by many historians. His court was distinguished by frequent homoerotic jokes and poetry, he refused to meet his wife more than once a year and prefered being buried with his dogs rather than with her, and his association early in life with Prussian nobleman Hans Herman von Katte is often thought of as romantic, though the truth will be never known (and later on possibly also Voltaire, although their relationship was more of the SlapSlapKiss variety). However, he was focused on war and governing the state more than on sex and romance, never had any "favourites" like other gay/bisexual kings (but no mistresses either), and held open admiration for Maria Theresia, so whether he was gay, straight, bi, or asexual is still an open question. This, mind you, is a man who ''simultaneously'' held off France, Austria, and Russia (the three most powerful land armies of the day) and laid the groundwork for the formation of a unified German nation. ''Napoleon'' said of Frederick (after defeating Prussia) "If this man were still alive, we would not be here." After losing one battle, Frederick himself wrote "Fortune has it in for me; she is a woman, and I am not that way inclined."
8th Sep '17 10:51:45 PM Darkstarr
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* ''Literature/TheParasolProtectorate''. Bisexual werewolf Professor Lyall is sleek and foxlike in wolf form, but still [[WeakButSkilled a good enough fighter]] to fend off much larger opponents and hold the title of Woolsey Pack Beta for centuries. [[spoiler: His packmate and lover [[TheDandy Biffy]] adapts to being a werewolf with surprising speed, even managing the [[PartialTransformation Anubis form]] exclusive to Alphas by accident.]] [[GadgeteerGenius Madame LeFaux]] is a crossdressing lesbian example [[spoiler: capable of building HumongousMecha]], and [[CampGay Lord]] [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Akeldama]] can pull this off [[BewareTheSillyOnes when necessary]]. [[spoiler: [[TheSoulless Alessandro Tarabotti]] also counts, posthumously.]]

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* ''Literature/TheParasolProtectorate''. Bisexual werewolf Professor Lyall is sleek and foxlike in wolf form, but still [[WeakButSkilled a good enough fighter]] to fend off much larger opponents and hold the title of Woolsey Pack Beta for centuries. [[spoiler: His packmate and lover [[TheDandy Biffy]] adapts to being a werewolf with surprising speed, even managing the [[PartialTransformation Anubis form]] exclusive to Alphas by accident.]] [[GadgeteerGenius Madame LeFaux]] LeFoux]] is a crossdressing lesbian example [[spoiler: capable of building HumongousMecha]], and [[CampGay Lord]] [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Akeldama]] can pull this off [[BewareTheSillyOnes when necessary]]. [[spoiler: [[TheSoulless Alessandro Tarabotti]] also counts, posthumously.]] (In the sequel series, ''The Custard Protocol'', he is revealed to have been openly bisexual.)]]
5th Sep '17 12:57:40 PM Multiplesarcasms31
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* Lorraine Broughton in ''Film/AtomicBlonde'' is essentially a DistaffCounterpart to ''Film/JohnWick'', and is also bisexual and has an affair with a French operative played by Sofia Boutella during the film.

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* Lorraine Broughton in ''Film/AtomicBlonde'' is essentially a DistaffCounterpart to ''Film/JohnWick'', and is also bisexual and has an affair with a French operative played by Sofia Boutella during the film. However, being a spy, Lorraine slept with the female operative purely to gain information, which she has also done with men. Whether or not Lorraine is bisexual is left to debate.
29th Aug '17 11:26:24 AM CosmicFerret
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* All of the canonically non-heterosexual characters in ''Franchise/MetalGear'' qualify to great degree.

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* All of the canonically non-heterosexual characters in ''Franchise/MetalGear'' ''VideoGame/MetalGear'' qualify to great degree.
25th Aug '17 10:41:05 PM rjd1922
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* From ''{{ComicBook/Two Thousand AD}}', we have Devlin Waugh. A flamboyantly camp gay freelance operative for the futuristic Catican who's been through more life and death situations than one can name, who can literally take vampires down with his bare hands. And this's before he becomes one himself.

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* From ''{{ComicBook/Two Thousand AD}}', AD}}'', we have Devlin Waugh. A flamboyantly camp gay freelance operative for the futuristic Catican who's been through more life and death situations than one can name, who can literally take vampires down with his bare hands. And this's before he becomes one himself.
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