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14th Jan '17 4:45:59 AM LentilSandEater
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** In ''The Left Hand of Darkness'' the setting is a planet where the dominant species have no gender until they conceive.
*** A better description is that the inhabitants of the planet are asexual most of the time, but periodically go into heat, becoming male or female at random in each encounter (but when two people are having sex, apparently one always becomes male, one female).

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** In ''The Left Hand of Darkness'' the setting is a planet where the dominant species have no gender until they conceive.
*** A better description is that the inhabitants of the planet
species are asexual most of the time, but periodically go into heat, becoming male or female at random in each encounter (but when two people are having sex, apparently one always becomes male, one female).
14th Jan '17 4:42:03 AM LentilSandEater
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* In the novels by Gregory Maguire (especially ''Literature/{{Wicked}}''), everyone is bisexual until they state they don't care for one or both genders. (Especially if you're descended from the Thropp line.)
** Hell, in terms of ruining your childhood, it wouldn't be much of a stretch to pin this on the [[Literature/LandOfOz Baum Oz books]].

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* In the novels by Gregory Maguire (especially ''Literature/{{Wicked}}''), everyone is bisexual until they state they don't care for one or both genders. (Especially if you're descended from the Thropp line.)
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) Hell, in terms of ruining your childhood, it wouldn't be much of a stretch to pin this on the [[Literature/LandOfOz Baum Oz books]].
14th Jan '17 4:41:12 AM LentilSandEater
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* Literature/AnneRice's vampires in ''Literature/TheVampireChronicles'' are functionally asexual, but there's a ''lot'' of erotic subtext to their interactions nonetheless.
** Arguable with some other characters in the series, but Lestat is absolutely bisexual; he has an intense love affair with his male best friend before becoming a vampire (nothing subtextual about it; they kiss multiple times, live and sleep together, and are strongly implied to have sex), and harbors deeply erotic thoughts about him even after the transformation. Considering the nature of his inclinations and relationships afterward, it's pretty obvious that he retains a pronounced attraction to men even after his ability or desire for physical sex is lost when he becomes a vampire.

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* Literature/AnneRice's vampires in ''Literature/TheVampireChronicles'' are functionally asexual, but there's a ''lot'' of erotic subtext to their interactions nonetheless.
''Literature/TheVampireChronicles'':
** Arguable with some other characters in the series, but Lestat is absolutely bisexual; he has an intense love affair with his male best friend before becoming a vampire (nothing subtextual about it; they kiss multiple times, live and sleep together, and are strongly implied to have sex), and harbors deeply erotic thoughts about him even after the transformation. Considering the nature of his inclinations and relationships afterward, it's pretty obvious that he retains a pronounced attraction to men even after his ability or desire for physical sex is lost when he becomes a vampire.
14th Jan '17 4:38:34 AM LentilSandEater
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* ''Film/{{Gia}}''
* ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow''.

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8th Jan '17 10:02:55 AM MiddleEighth
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* In C'hou in ''Fanfic/WithStringsAttached'' there are no sexual taboos among the C'hovites; hence, Everyone Is Bi. For example, when Ma'ar asks George to sex with her, she tells him to invite the others in and they'll all enjoy one another. (Given that the four are firmly heterosexual, George agrees to sex but asks to leave the others out of it.) Grynun says that inside the castle walls, the four can have sex with each other but with none of the Idris until she has them first. And As'taris ogles the naked Paul and comments to Grunnel that if he'd known what he was missing, he wouldn't have treated Paul so indifferently.

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* In C'hou in across ''Fanfic/WithStringsAttached'' and ''Fanfic/TheKeysStandAlone: The Soft World'', there are no sexual taboos among the C'hovites; C'hovites and outworlders; hence, Everyone Is Bi. For example, when Ma'ar asks George to sex with her, she tells him to invite the others in and they'll all enjoy one another. (Given that the four are firmly heterosexual, George agrees to sex but asks to leave the others out of it.) Grynun says that inside the castle walls, the four can have sex with each other but with none of the Idris until she has them first. And As'taris ogles the naked Paul and comments to Grunnel that if he'd known what he was missing, he wouldn't have treated Paul so indifferently.
2nd Jan '17 8:39:28 AM WMumford
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2nd Jan '17 8:38:16 AM WMumford
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Sausage Party}} [[spoiler: there is an orgy scene where all the food characters have sex with each other, regardless of gender.]]



* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Sausage Party}} [[spoiler: there is an orgy scene where all the food characters have sex with each other, regardless of gender.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Sausage Party}} [[spoiler: there is an orgy scene where all the food characters have sex with each other, regardless of gender.]]
2nd Jan '17 8:37:28 AM WMumford
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Sausage Party}} [[spoiler: there is an orgy scene where all the food characters have sex with each other, regardless of gender.]]
22nd Dec '16 11:34:12 AM BeerBaron
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* ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'' - if you get Personality stat high enough, [=NPCs=] of either gender, ''everywhere'' that you go, will greet you with the phrase "I like what I see". This is, of course, regardless of which gender the PC is. Which implies either all of them being bi or massive StupidSexyFlanders-style phenomenon with you.
* In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'', every marryable NPC, male or female, is available to either gender of player. Of course, this gets [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by [[http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Skyrim:M%27aiq_the_Liar M'aiq the Liar]].

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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''
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''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'' - if you get Personality stat high enough, [=NPCs=] of either gender, ''everywhere'' that you go, will greet you with the phrase "I like what I see". This is, of course, regardless of which gender the PC is. Which implies either all of them being bi or massive StupidSexyFlanders-style phenomenon with you.
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you. Further, when using the "Admire" option in conversation, your part of the dialogue is never seen, but the NPC's responses are, and more often than not they seem to be a response to a pick-up line or a come-on.
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In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'', every marryable NPC, male or female, is available to either gender of player. Of course, this gets [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by [[http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Skyrim:M%27aiq_the_Liar M'aiq the Liar]]. (However, this may be a case of EvenTheGuysWantHim and EvenTheGirlsWantHer, since there is only one NPC gay couple in the game.)
10th Dec '16 11:16:47 PM Bagpiper
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* ''Series/{{Westworld}}'': The robotic Hosts in the park are programmed to be effectively bisexual so they can be [[RoboSexual seduced]] by any of the park's guests. It's also implied to be the case with the guests themselves, who seem willing to sleep with ([[RapeAsDrama or rape]]) any of the Hosts, even Hosts who are outside of their normal sexual orientation, due to the availability and attractiveness of the Hosts and the laissez-faire nature of the park.

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* ''Series/{{Westworld}}'': The robotic Hosts in the park don't have sexual orientation in the way humans do, but all are programmed to not be effectively bisexual picky in regards to gender so that they can be [[RoboSexual seduced]] seduced by any of guest. This is most clearly seen in the park's guests. It's also implied to be saloon, where the case with the prostitutes there proposition all guests themselves, who seem willing to sleep with ([[RapeAsDrama or rape]]) any that enter, regardless of the Hosts, even Hosts who are outside of their normal sexual orientation, due to the availability and attractiveness of the Hosts and the laissez-faire nature of the park. gender.
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