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19th Jul '17 11:11:26 PM creader
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'', [[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/SausageParty'' [[spoiler: there is an orgy scene where all the food characters have sex with each other, regardless of gender.]]



17th Jul '17 11:07:00 AM Sceptre
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** Interestingly played with in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS36E10TheEatersOfLight The Eaters of Light]]": the (almost entirely) bisexual Roman legion find it actually kind of adorable that 2017 native Bill Potts is so "restricted" to same-gender partners.
13th Jul '17 10:44:28 AM WillyFourEyes
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* ''VideoGame/StardewValley'' features five bachelors and five bachelorettes you can romance and marry, regardless of the gender of your player character. Though it's quite played with, as many of them are shipped with an opposite-sex partner if you don't pursue them romantically, and pursuing a same-sex relationship with one will usually cause them to note that [[ClosetKey they've never felt this way about another guy/girl before]].

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* ''VideoGame/StardewValley'' features five six bachelors and five bachelorettes you can romance and marry, regardless of the gender of your player character. Though it's quite played with, as many of them are shipped with an opposite-sex partner if you don't pursue them romantically, and pursuing a same-sex relationship with one will usually cause them to note that [[ClosetKey they've never felt this way about another guy/girl before]].
12th Jul '17 9:39:24 PM TroperNo9001
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* ''VisualNovel/MonsterProm'': All four playable characters(two guys and two girls) are able to date all 6 avaiable romantic interests(three guys and three girls).

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* ''VisualNovel/MonsterProm'': All four playable characters(two guys and two girls) are able to date all 6 avaiable available romantic interests(three guys and three girls).
11th Jul '17 3:29:35 PM 2Alana2
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* In ''Webcomic/TheGlassScientists'', WordOfGod has it that all characters are bisexual, with exception of ''pan''sexual Jekyll/Hyde. The whole main cast is bisexual, though with varying degrees of awareness of their sexuality, and the Lodgers at Jekyll's Society for Arcane Sciences, are all up for grabs sexuality wise. Most likely very few of them are completely straight.

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* In ''Webcomic/TheGlassScientists'', WordOfGod has it that all characters are bisexual, with exception of ''pan''sexual Jekyll/Hyde. The whole main cast is bisexual, though with varying degrees of awareness of their sexuality, and the Lodgers at Jekyll's Society for Arcane Sciences, Science are all up for grabs sexuality wise. Most likely very few of them are completely straight.
11th Jul '17 3:26:23 PM 2Alana2
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* In ''Webcomic/TheGlassScientists'', WordOfGod has it that all characters are bisexual, with exception of ''pan''sexual Jekyll/Hyde.
The whole main cast is bisexual, though with varying degrees of awareness of their sexuality, and the Lodgers at Jekyll's Society for Arcane Sciences, are all up for grabs sexuality wise. Most likely very few of them are completely straight.

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* In ''Webcomic/TheGlassScientists'', WordOfGod has it that all characters are bisexual, with exception of ''pan''sexual Jekyll/Hyde. \n The whole main cast is bisexual, though with varying degrees of awareness of their sexuality, and the Lodgers at Jekyll's Society for Arcane Sciences, are all up for grabs sexuality wise. Most likely very few of them are completely straight.
11th Jul '17 3:24:05 PM 2Alana2
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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.

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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
The whole main cast is bisexual, though with varying degrees of awareness of their sexuality,
and his new young werewolf mentee. And probably a good deal of the Lodgers at the Society.Jekyll's Society for Arcane Sciences, are all up for grabs sexuality wise. Most likely very few of them are completely straight.
3rd Jul '17 10:57:06 AM DracoKanji
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* In [[http://thepunchlineismachismo.com/archives/comic/five-years-of-mgdmt this]] ''WebComic/ManlyGuysDoingManlyThings'' comic, [[Film/MadMax Max]] freaks out when he realizes he's the only one at the barbecue that ''isn't'' bisexual.

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* In [[http://thepunchlineismachismo.com/archives/comic/five-years-of-mgdmt this]] ''WebComic/ManlyGuysDoingManlyThings'' comic, [[Film/MadMax Max]] freaks out when he realizes he's the only one at the barbecue that ''isn't'' bisexual. Later strips expand on this, revealing a good number of characters (but not everyone) have had romantic relationships with both sexes. [[http://thepunchlineismachismo.com/archives/comic/you-all-knew-i-had-to-make-a-comic-about-the-hot-dad-dating-sim Commander is afraid]] after stumbling into a meeting of attractive single fathers that he might settle down again even though he's terrible at it.



* In the UsefulNotes/FurryFandom many characters and members of the fandom seem to have sex with either gender. There have been repeated surveys of the fans and usually bisexuals make up 40-60% of the group.

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* In the UsefulNotes/FurryFandom many characters and members of the fandom seem to have sex with either gender. There have been repeated surveys of the fans and usually bisexuals make up 40-60% of the group. This is at least in part because LBGT people find the acceptance and openness of the community to be an attractive social group, and get into the furry aspects after joining.
30th Jun '17 12:43:05 PM fruitstripegum
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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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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'', nobosy nobody 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.)
30th Jun '17 12:17:43 PM fruitstripegum
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* An astonishing number of the female characters in the ''Claudine'' stories are bi. This is shrugged off with the ignorant contemporary views of sexuality -- as Claudine's husband says, "What you little animals do is charming and doesn't mean anything." It's another matter entirely if a man should be interested in both sexes.

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* An astonishing number of the female characters in the ''Claudine'' stories are bi. This is shrugged off with the ignorant contemporary views of sexuality -- as Claudine's husband says, "What you little animals do is charming and doesn't mean anything." It's [[DoubleStandard another matter entirely entirely]] if a man should be interested in both sexes.



* In ''Literature/TheStoneDanceOfTheChameleon'' by Ricardo Pinto, sexuality is pretty much discarded as a point of interest, where straight and gay relationships are equally common-place. The problem comes where you have the Chosen (who are the undisputed [[MasterRace 'supreme race']] so to speak) and the other races (who act as their slaves and who aren't even allowed to look at their faces). Considering that all subservient races are completely oppressed by the Chosen and horrifically bound by The Law, their tends to be a ''lot'' of sexual abuse, rape, and subjugation of both genders of those races ... and some of the stuff the more sadistically-minded Chosen are into crosses the line of 'torture' and becomes BrainBleach incarnate (UpToEleven). In fact, when the main character (who is a Chosen, but brought up away from their culture), finds out that another Chosen has raped his half-slave brother, said Chosen can't understand why he's so upset and is genuinely shocked that he cares so much. Nuff said.

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* In ''Literature/TheStoneDanceOfTheChameleon'' by Ricardo Pinto, sexuality is pretty much discarded as a point of interest, where straight and gay relationships are equally common-place. The problem comes where you have the Chosen (who are the undisputed [[MasterRace 'supreme race']] so to speak) and the other races (who act as their slaves and who aren't even allowed to look at their faces). Considering that all subservient races are completely oppressed by the Chosen and horrifically bound by The Law, their there tends to be a ''lot'' of sexual abuse, rape, and subjugation of both genders of those races ... and some of the stuff the more sadistically-minded Chosen are into crosses the line of 'torture' and becomes BrainBleach incarnate (UpToEleven). In fact, when the main character (who is a Chosen, but brought up away from their culture), finds out that another Chosen has raped his half-slave brother, said Chosen can't understand why he's so upset and is genuinely shocked that he cares so much. Nuff said.
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