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5th Dec '16 7:32:45 AM gunslingerofgilead
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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 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 ([[RapeAsDrama or rape) 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.
5th Dec '16 7:32:07 AM gunslingerofgilead
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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'': ''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.
5th Dec '16 7:31:42 AM gunslingerofgilead
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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.
3rd Dec '16 2:50:52 AM WillBGood
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* In Joan Slonczewki's Elysium novels, everyone is bi in the FreeLoveFuture. In ''Brain Plague'', one male character only dates women, "his obsession medieval." He does get into a relationship with another man but asks him to become a woman.

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* In Joan Slonczewki's Elysium ''Elysium'' novels, everyone is bi in the FreeLoveFuture. In ''Brain Plague'', one male character only dates women, "his obsession medieval." He does get into a relationship with another man but asks him to become a woman.



* In Literature/ThePardonersTale Alex is openly bisexual with no clear preference for either gender.

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* In Literature/ThePardonersTale ''Literature/ThePardonersTale'' Alex is openly bisexual with no clear preference for either gender.



* Blink and you miss it, but it's implied in the [[Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen malazan]] prequel ''Literature/ForgeOfDarkness''. It seems to be the norm that among the Tiste people, marriage happens between opposite sex partners in order to produce children, but outside of marriage no one seems to bat an eye at whoever anyone is sleeping with and several point of view characters are shown to be attracted to people of both genders.
* In Literature/LionsOfAlRassan by Creator/GuyGavirelKay, all ''men'' seem to be at least AmbigouslyBi. Could be a subversion as it seems to be culturally expected (in universe) of men, especially nobles or royals, to be into AnythingThatMoves.

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* Blink and you miss it, but it's implied in the [[Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen malazan]] ''[[Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen Malazan]]'' prequel ''Literature/ForgeOfDarkness''. It seems to be the norm that among the Tiste people, marriage happens between opposite sex partners in order to produce children, but outside of marriage no one seems to bat an eye at whoever anyone is sleeping with and several point of view characters are shown to be attracted to people of both genders.
* In Literature/LionsOfAlRassan ''Literature/LionsOfAlRassan'' by Creator/GuyGavirelKay, all ''men'' seem to be at least AmbigouslyBi. Could be a subversion as it seems to be culturally expected (in universe) of men, especially nobles or royals, to be into AnythingThatMoves.



** If you count dreams, fantasies, illusions, and mind probes, Crichton had sex with every single member of the crew, including a BDSM fivesome with Rygel. Part of the point of all of these incidents is that even if Crichton never acted on them, he certainly <i>thought</i> about sex with all his crew members.

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** If you count dreams, fantasies, illusions, and mind probes, Crichton had sex with every single member of the crew, including a BDSM fivesome with Rygel. Part of the point of all of these incidents is that even if Crichton never acted on them, he certainly <i>thought</i> ''thought'' about sex with all his crew members.
3rd Dec '16 2:44:55 AM WillBGood
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* In Joan Slonczewki's Elysium novels, everyone is bi in the FreeLoveFuture. In Brain Plague, one male character only dates women, "his obsession medieval." He does get into a relationship with another man but asks him to become a woman.

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* In Joan Slonczewki's Elysium novels, everyone is bi in the FreeLoveFuture. In Brain Plague, ''Brain Plague'', one male character only dates women, "his obsession medieval." He does get into a relationship with another man but asks him to become a woman.
28th Nov '16 8:33:41 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* ''Weaponized'' in [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12128915/1/The-Edit-War-for-Ash-s-Freedom-to-not-be-Betrayed The (Edit) War for Ash's Freedom to not be Betrayed]]. During said edit war between the Pokemon god Arceus and the mysterious Darkern Edgier, Darkern changes reality, as part of his plan to make Pokemon 'better', to have all the females of the world be Bisexual, however he doesn't specify females. When Arceus points out that he has made Ash bi, as well as all of his male rivals and thus, per Darkern's earlier logic, canonized such pairings Darkern has a VillainousBreakdown. The edit

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* ''Weaponized'' in [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12128915/1/The-Edit-War-for-Ash-s-Freedom-to-not-be-Betrayed The (Edit) War for Ash's Freedom to not be Betrayed]]. During said edit war between the Pokemon god Arceus and the mysterious Darkern Edgier, Darkern changes reality, as part of his plan to make Pokemon 'better', to have all the females of the world be Bisexual, however he doesn't specify females. When Arceus points out that he has made Ash bi, as well as all of his male rivals and thus, per Darkern's earlier logic, canonized such pairings Darkern has a VillainousBreakdown. The edit
23rd Nov '16 6:04:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* Literature/AnneRice's [[TheVampireChronicles vampires]] are functionally asexual, but there's a ''lot'' of erotic subtext to their interactions nonetheless.

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* Literature/AnneRice's [[TheVampireChronicles vampires]] vampires in ''Literature/TheVampireChronicles'' are functionally asexual, but there's a ''lot'' of erotic subtext to their interactions nonetheless.
18th Nov '16 10:15:42 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** The other games in the series avert this trope, with exclusively gay and straight potential romance partners mixed in.
10th Nov '16 3:54:44 PM 2Alana2
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* In ''Webcomic/TheGlassScientists'', WordOfGod has it that all characters are bisexual, with exception of ''pan''sexual Jekyll/Hyde.

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* In ''Webcomic/TheGlassScientists'', WordOfGod has it that all characters are bisexual, with exception of ''pan''sexual Jekyll/Hyde. This includes his best friend since University, his Society's cook/other bff and his new young werewolf mentee. And probably a good deal of the Lodgers at the Society.
8th Nov '16 6:14:33 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'', nobosy on the show sees anything wrong with sleeping with someone of your own gender. In one bizarre variation of the Trope, Lana seduces Gillette, a man who is openly gay. (No one is ''that'' gay," he claims.)
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