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30th Apr '16 1:15:13 PM DaibhidC
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* The web-only continuation of ''ComicStrip/MyCage'' reveals that Ashley is bi in a 2016 storyline. She explains she never mentioned it before because she and Norm were just work buddies, but now that they're outside the conformist corporate world, she's free to be herself. The not-so-hidden-RealitySubtext is hammered home by a final panel where the King of Comics (who controlled the strip in its newspaper syndicate days) concedes his crown to Webra, Queen of Webcomics.
25th Apr '16 8:33:36 PM MorganRayHess
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** In FanFic/BreakYourHeart, Twilight offhandedly comes out as bisexual, and Pinkie soon follows suit.
24th Apr '16 12:18:14 PM Monessi
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* Mina Davs of ''Literature/AssholeYakuzaBoyfriend'' and ''Literature/HungoverAndHandcuffed'' has her sexuality confirmed by a few passing comments in the second book, but nobody makes a big deal out of it.
** Reno, Callet, and Matamoros are also bi according to WordOfGod, but it similarly goes unremarked upon.
20th Apr '16 12:43:12 PM Iplewhelmed
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--->'''Rin:''' Huh, I didn't know I swung this way.



*** Likewise in My Room, Fergus mac Róich telling the player that if they have any trouble with the opposite sex, he will gladly help out as he has no problems with either gender.

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*** Likewise in My Room, Fergus mac Róich telling tells the player that if they have any trouble with the opposite sex, he will gladly help out as he has no problems with either gender.
20th Apr '16 12:38:59 PM Iplewhelmed
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* ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' [[CashCowFranchise and its many spinoffs]] [[EveryoneIsBi have quite a few examples]]:
** In the original visual novel, Saber [[spoiler: lived as a man and married a woman in life]]. In the uncensored Fate route she becomes intimate with both Rin and Shirou, and one ending has Saber, Rin, and Shirou live together as mutual lovers. Rin even casually comes out as bisexual during said intimate moment, and the aforementioned harem is commonly referred to as ''Rin's'' harem, ''not'' Shirou's. On the villains' side, we have Caster who is selflessly devoted to her Master [[spoiler: Souichirou Kuzuki]], [[DepravedBisexual while also taking a great deal of sexual pleasure in torturing/molesting Saber]].
** Rider has a crush on Ayako in ''VisualNovel/FateHollowAtaraxia'' as well as being in love with Shirou. In the Hanafuda mini game, Gilgamesh is also revealed to be bi- or pansexual [[MyFutureSelfAndMe when he meets his younger self]]. Though this makes sense with the epic HoYay with him and Enkidu [[Literature/TheEpicofGilgamesh in the original story]]. ''And'' re-enforced with Enkidu's appearance in ''Literature/FateStrangeFake''.
--> '''Caren:''' I wouldn't have expected any less of you, King of Heroes. As long as it's blonde and has the body of a child, anything's fine right. But, that's a boy you know?
--> '''Gilgamesh:''' Mrph. Fool, don't underestimate me peon! As long as it's cute, it's A-O-K. The true hero is not concerned with the likes of male and female!
** The prequel, ''LightNovel/FateZero'', also has a bisexual Rider, which is hardly surpising considering [[UsefulNotes/AlexanderTheGreat his identity]]. (WordOfGod confirms that he had sex with his master, the male Waver Velvet, at very least once.) Caster is also confirmed to be bisexual, [[DepravedBisexual but his case is a different trope altogether]]: he mentions that he likes pretty looking boys (like Ryuunosuke) and tomboyish girls (like [[spoiler:Joan of Arc]]).
** Then there is ''VideoGame/FateExtra'', where both the playable Saber and Caster will fall in love with [[HelloInsertNameHere the protagonist]] [[PurelyAestheticGender regardless of their gender]] (though if the protagonist is a girl, Caster will note that she'd be at a bit more ease if the protagonist was a man and that she could always use her magic to make things better). Saber, on the other hand, openly states that gender doesn't matter to her when it comes to love, though she does mention that age didn't either.
** LightNovel/FateApocrypha: [[AllThereInTheManual Side materials]] confirm that Astolfo doesn't care about gender differences as long as he likes someone personally.
** In ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', if you talk to the Assassin Servant Mata Hari in My Room, one of her lines will be her stating that she "love[s] all kinds of humans, both men and women". Likewise in My Room, Fergus mac Róich states that if the player has any trouble with the opposite sex, he will gladly help out as he has no problems with either gender. Gameplay-wise, there is a hidden Servant trait known as "Brynhildr's Beloved", which determines which of the Servants she character will fall for [[note]][[{{Yandere}} which increases her power against them]] when using her NP[[/note]]. The list includes a large variety of male Servants... and [[GenderFlip Ushiwakamaru]]. Also notable is that [[spoiler: the fake]] Brynhildr from the Da Vinci event calls Jeanne Alter "Onee-sama" (a staple in the {{Yuri}} genre) and lusts for her.

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* ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' [[CashCowFranchise and its many spinoffs]] [[EveryoneIsBi have quite QUITE a few examples]]:
examples. We might be here for a while.]]
** ''[[VisualNovel/FateStayNight In the original visual novel, novel]]'':
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Saber [[spoiler: lived as a man and married a woman in life]]. In the uncensored Fate route she becomes intimate with both Rin and Shirou, and one ending has Saber, Rin, and Shirou live together as mutual lovers.
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Rin even casually comes out as bisexual during said intimate moment, her intimacy with Saber, and the aforementioned harem threesome ending is commonly referred to as ''Rin's'' harem, ''not'' Shirou's. Shirou's.
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On the villains' villains's side, we have Caster who is selflessly devoted to her Master [[spoiler: Souichirou Kuzuki]], [[DepravedBisexual while also taking a great deal of sexual pleasure in torturing/molesting Saber]].
** ''VisualNovel/FateHollowAtaraxia'':
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Rider has a crush on Ayako in ''VisualNovel/FateHollowAtaraxia'' as well as being in love with Shirou. Shirou.
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In the Hanafuda mini game, Gilgamesh is also revealed to be bi- or pansexual [[MyFutureSelfAndMe when he meets his younger self]]. Though this makes sense with the epic HoYay with him and Enkidu [[Literature/TheEpicofGilgamesh in the original story]]. ''And'' re-enforced with Enkidu's appearance in ''Literature/FateStrangeFake''.
--> ---> '''Caren:''' I wouldn't have expected any less of you, King of Heroes. As long as it's blonde and has the body of a child, anything's fine right. But, that's a boy you know?
--> ---> '''Gilgamesh:''' Mrph. Fool, don't underestimate me peon! As long as it's cute, it's A-O-K. The true hero is not concerned with the likes of male and female!
** The prequel, ''LightNovel/FateZero'', also ''LightNovel/FateZero'':
*** This prequel
has a another bisexual Rider, which is hardly surpising considering [[UsefulNotes/AlexanderTheGreat his identity]]. (WordOfGod confirms that he had sex with his master, the male Waver Velvet, at very least once.) )
***
Caster is also confirmed to be bisexual, [[DepravedBisexual but his case is a different trope altogether]]: he mentions that he likes pretty looking boys (like Ryuunosuke) and tomboyish girls (like [[spoiler:Joan of Arc]]).
** Then there is ''VideoGame/FateExtra'', where both the playable Saber and ''VideoGame/FateExtra'':
*** If you max out her Affection Points, Playable
Caster will fall falls in love with [[HelloInsertNameHere the protagonist]] [[PurelyAestheticGender regardless of their gender]] (though gender]]. Though if the protagonist is a girl, Caster will note that she'd be at a bit more ease if the protagonist was a man and that she could always use her magic to make things better). Saber, better.
*** Playable Saber (who also falls in love with the protagonist during the course of the game),
on the other hand, openly states that gender doesn't matter to her when it comes to love, though she does mention that age didn't either.
** LightNovel/FateApocrypha: LightNovel/FateApocrypha:
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[[AllThereInTheManual Side materials]] confirm that Astolfo doesn't care about gender differences as long as he likes someone personally.
** In ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', if ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'':
*** If
you talk to the Assassin Servant Mata Hari in My Room, one of her lines will be her stating that she "love[s] all kinds of humans, both men and women". women".
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Likewise in My Room, Fergus mac Róich states that if telling the player has that if they have any trouble with the opposite sex, he will gladly help out as he has no problems with either gender. gender.
***
Gameplay-wise, there is a hidden Servant trait known as "Brynhildr's Beloved", which determines which of the Servants she character will fall for [[note]][[{{Yandere}} which increases her power against them]] when using her NP[[/note]]. The list includes a large variety of male Servants... and [[GenderFlip Ushiwakamaru]]. Also notable is that [[spoiler: the fake]] Brynhildr from the Da Vinci event calls Jeanne Alter "Onee-sama" (a staple in the {{Yuri}} genre) and lusts for her.
20th Apr '16 11:54:29 AM Iplewhelmed
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** In the original visual novel, Rin Tohsaka notes that she's attracted to both Shirou and Saber. [[spoiler: The Unlimited Blade Works "harem" ending illustrates it; it's not Shirou's harem, but Rin's.]]
-->"Huh, I didn't know I swung this way"

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** In the original visual novel, Rin Tohsaka notes that she's attracted to both Shirou and Saber. Saber [[spoiler: The Unlimited Blade Works "harem" lived as a man and married a woman in life]]. In the uncensored Fate route she becomes intimate with both Rin and Shirou, and one ending illustrates it; it's not Shirou's has Saber, Rin, and Shirou live together as mutual lovers. Rin even casually comes out as bisexual during said intimate moment, and the aforementioned harem is commonly referred to as ''Rin's'' harem, but Rin's.]]
-->"Huh, I didn't know I swung this way"
''not'' Shirou's. On the villains' side, we have Caster who is selflessly devoted to her Master [[spoiler: Souichirou Kuzuki]], [[DepravedBisexual while also taking a great deal of sexual pleasure in torturing/molesting Saber]].



** In ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', if you talk to the Assassin Servant Mata Hari in My Room, one of her lines will be her stating that she "love[s] all kinds of humans, both men and women". Likewise in My Room, Fergus mac Róich states that if the player has any trouble with the opposite sex, he will gladly help out as he has no problems with either gender. Gameplay-wise, there is a hidden Servant trait known as "Brynhildr's Beloved", which determines which of the Servants she character will fall for [[note]][[{{Yandere}} which increases her power against them]] when using her NP[[/note]] The list includes a large variety of male Servants... and [[GenderFlip Ushiwakamaru]]. Also notable is that [[spoiler: the fake]] Brynhildr from the Da Vinci event calls Jeanne Alter "Onee-sama" (a staple in the {{Yuri}} genre) and lusts for her.

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** In ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', if you talk to the Assassin Servant Mata Hari in My Room, one of her lines will be her stating that she "love[s] all kinds of humans, both men and women". Likewise in My Room, Fergus mac Róich states that if the player has any trouble with the opposite sex, he will gladly help out as he has no problems with either gender. Gameplay-wise, there is a hidden Servant trait known as "Brynhildr's Beloved", which determines which of the Servants she character will fall for [[note]][[{{Yandere}} which increases her power against them]] when using her NP[[/note]] NP[[/note]]. The list includes a large variety of male Servants... and [[GenderFlip Ushiwakamaru]]. Also notable is that [[spoiler: the fake]] Brynhildr from the Da Vinci event calls Jeanne Alter "Onee-sama" (a staple in the {{Yuri}} genre) and lusts for her.
19th Apr '16 10:18:52 PM coralina33
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* A few characters from ''Series/{{Degrassi}}'':
** Paige is either a reluctant bisexual or a case of IfItsYouItsOkay. She dated mostly guys on the show, but then had a long-term and serious relationship with a girl named Alex. However, even when they were openly dating, Paige was reluctant to label herself as gay or bi and after their first breakup, she was hesitant to get back together with her after high school, as if dating after high school would solidify her as queer. After Paige and Alex broke up, Paige dated another guy and another relationship with a girl was never brought up as a possibility.
** Imogen was definitely bisexual ([[ButNotTooBi though she never actually labels herself]]). She dated Eli, then Fiona, then hooked up with Adam, and then dated Jack ([[GenderBlenderName who yes, is a girl]]).
** In a rare male example, notorious playboy Miles realizes he likes guys when he starts dating his best friend Tristan. Initially other characters assumed he was just dating him to pull a DatingWhatDaddyHates, but his repeated defending of their relationship, even when they broke up, would suggest he had genuine feelings for him. This is confirmed in the next season when he hooks up with Tristan again and then enters a friends-with-benefits relationship with Esme, as well as his cheeky school campaign slogan of "I PLAY FOR ALL TEAMS."
18th Apr '16 11:49:00 AM Kakai
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* Jaume of ''Literature/TheDinosaurLords'' both courts Melodía and has male lovers.
18th Apr '16 11:00:19 AM Iplewhelmed
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** In ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', if you talk to the Assassin Servant Mata Hari in My Room, one of her lines will be her stating that she "love[s] all kinds of humans, both men and women". Likewise in My Room, Fergus mac Róich states that if the player has any trouble with the opposite sex, he will gladly help out as he has no problems with either gender.

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** In ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', if you talk to the Assassin Servant Mata Hari in My Room, one of her lines will be her stating that she "love[s] all kinds of humans, both men and women". Likewise in My Room, Fergus mac Róich states that if the player has any trouble with the opposite sex, he will gladly help out as he has no problems with either gender. Gameplay-wise, there is a hidden Servant trait known as "Brynhildr's Beloved", which determines which of the Servants she character will fall for [[note]][[{{Yandere}} which increases her power against them]] when using her NP[[/note]] The list includes a large variety of male Servants... and [[GenderFlip Ushiwakamaru]]. Also notable is that [[spoiler: the fake]] Brynhildr from the Da Vinci event calls Jeanne Alter "Onee-sama" (a staple in the {{Yuri}} genre) and lusts for her.
15th Apr '16 5:58:33 AM Otto
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* A Las Vegas tourism ad plays with this. A mixed-sex couple is checking into a Vegas hotel but the clerk is absent The woman of the couple goes to freshen up. A single man then approaches the desk and the returning desk clerk offers to check them in as a couple. The men consider it as a voiceover announces that "What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas."
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