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16th May '17 10:02:26 AM nombretomado
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* Kurogane and Fai from ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle'' are ''probably'' an official couple. But the [[Creator/{{CLAMP}} Sadistic Lady Mangaka]] being who they are, and the fact that Tsubasa is a shonen manga, we never found out for sure.

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* Kurogane and Fai from ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle'' ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle'' are ''probably'' an official couple. But the [[Creator/{{CLAMP}} Sadistic Lady Mangaka]] being who they are, and the fact that Tsubasa is a shonen manga, we never found out for sure.
30th Apr '17 1:11:41 PM nombretomado
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* Similar to ''Franchise/HarvestMoon'', ''VideoGame/MagiciansQuestMysteriousTimes''' GayOption is referred to as "Becoming Best Friends" with someone. You can reach a level where others describe the relationship as "bound by a strong connection". This is despite the fact that the game has an openly gay character, and it's exactly the same as dating (HoYay and all).

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* Similar to ''Franchise/HarvestMoon'', ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon'', ''VideoGame/MagiciansQuestMysteriousTimes''' GayOption is referred to as "Becoming Best Friends" with someone. You can reach a level where others describe the relationship as "bound by a strong connection". This is despite the fact that the game has an openly gay character, and it's exactly the same as dating (HoYay and all).
17th Apr '17 8:48:57 PM Pichu-kun
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* The anime of ''Literature/SoundEuphonium'' introduces truckloads of sexual tension between Kumiko and Reina, culminating in a scene in episode 8 so laden with {{subtext}} that it had {{yuri fans}} all over {{squee}} in delight. And it just escalates from there in the following episodes. In the novels it gets just as heated, but while Reina's plot point (where she has a crush on a teacher) [[AbortedArc gets dropped like a hot potato and eventually forgotten]] in the books that follow, Kumiko [[spoiler:starts dating Shuichi, her ChildhoodFriend]]. Despite this, the books go even further with the subtext; but apparently an oddly detailed description of touching each other's underwear is not intended to imply any romantic attraction.

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* The anime of ''Literature/SoundEuphonium'' introduces truckloads of sexual tension between Kumiko and Reina, culminating in a scene in episode 8 so laden with {{subtext}} that it had {{yuri fans}} all over {{squee}} in delight. And it just escalates from there in the following episodes. In the novels it gets just as heated, but while Reina's plot point (where she has a crush on a teacher) [[AbortedArc gets dropped like a hot potato and eventually forgotten]] in the books that follow, Kumiko [[spoiler:starts dating Shuichi, her ChildhoodFriend]]. Despite this, the books go even further with the subtext; but apparently an oddly detailed description of touching each other's underwear is not intended to imply any romantic attraction. In the anime Kumiko ends up with [[spoiler: no one]] however she does declare a (probably) PlatonicLoveConfession to [[spoiler:Asuka]]. Shuichi's scenes were mostly either cut or made more platonic, which only made her tension with Reina more noticeable.


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* Two different writers for ''Literature/WarriorCats'' have stated that Talltail and Jake were in love, however the publishers insist that they're only close friends. Similarly, Barley and Ravenpaw are an OfficialCouple according to Vicky however they're not able to say this in-series.
11th Apr '17 10:41:40 AM Sabrewing
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* Ustvestia in the Japanese version of ''VideoGame/PhantasyStarII'' is written to be a homosexual, which explains why he gives men a 2000 meseta discount in learning the Musik technique. This trait was written out of the localization, but the discount remains.
2nd Apr '17 6:06:05 PM Golondrina
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* ''TanakaKunWaItsumoKedaruge'' is an odd case. All the ([[ChastityCouple admittedly few]]) scenes between Miyano and Echizen are kept, including Miyano's outright LoveConfession, but the anime notably switches around the order of some scenes from the manga, having a scene where Echizen is flustered mistakenly thinking that Ohta and Tanaka both want her to marry them come after said confession and adding some scenes not in the manga that imply Echizen having a crush on Ohta.

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* ''TanakaKunWaItsumoKedaruge'' ''Manga/TanakaKunWaItsumoKedaruge'' is an odd case. All the ([[ChastityCouple admittedly few]]) scenes between Miyano and Echizen are kept, including Miyano's outright LoveConfession, but the anime notably switches around the order of some scenes from the manga, having a scene where Echizen is flustered mistakenly thinking that Ohta and Tanaka both want her to marry them come after said confession and adding some scenes not in the manga that imply Echizen having a crush on Ohta.



* The original movie adaptation of ''Theatre/TheChildrensHour'', ''These Three'', wrote out the lesbian plot and replaced it with a heterosexual one. It changed the concept that Karen and Martha are having an affair to the notion that Martha is cheating with Karen's fiance. A large amount of dialogue was swapped around due to the change. The second adaptation keeps the original plot intact but no one ever actually says any lgbt related terms.

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* The original movie adaptation of ''Theatre/TheChildrensHour'', ''These Three'', wrote out the lesbian plot and replaced it with a heterosexual one. It changed the concept that Karen and Martha are having an affair to the notion that Martha is cheating with Karen's fiance. A large amount of dialogue was swapped around [[AdaptationalContextChange around]] due to the change. The second adaptation keeps the original plot intact but no one ever actually says any lgbt LGBT related terms.
1st Apr '17 10:57:50 AM Golondrina
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* The original movie adaptation of ''Theatre/TheChildrensHour'', ''These Three'', wrote out the lesbian plot and replaced it with a heterosexual one. It changed the concept that Karen and Martha are having an affair to the notion that Martha is cheating with Karen's fiance. A large amount of dialogue was [[AdaptationContextChange swapped around]] due to the change. The second adaptation keeps the original plot intact but no one ever actually says any lgbt related terms.

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* The original movie adaptation of ''Theatre/TheChildrensHour'', ''These Three'', wrote out the lesbian plot and replaced it with a heterosexual one. It changed the concept that Karen and Martha are having an affair to the notion that Martha is cheating with Karen's fiance. A large amount of dialogue was [[AdaptationContextChange swapped around]] around due to the change. The second adaptation keeps the original plot intact but no one ever actually says any lgbt related terms.



** The writers considered revealing that Isabelle Hartley from Season 2 was Victoria's former lover, but cut any mention of this from the script since they thought [[DeadStarWalking Hartley's death]]]] would cause people to accuse the show of exploiting the BuryYourGays trope.

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** The writers considered revealing that Isabelle Hartley from Season 2 was Victoria's former lover, but cut any mention of this from the script since they thought [[DeadStarWalking Hartley's death]]]] death]] would cause people to accuse the show of exploiting the BuryYourGays trope.



* Oscar and Wilde from ''WesternAnimation/GeorgeAndMartha'' are never seen without the other, act like a couple, have spats similar to a couple, live together, and go on vacations together. One of them also has a lisp. They're never confirmed as a couple though.

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* Oscar and Wilde from ''WesternAnimation/GeorgeAndMartha'' are never seen without the other, act like a couple, have spats similar to a couple, live together, and go on vacations together. One of them also has a lisp. They're never confirmed as a couple though.though, but the names are a big hint.
26th Mar '17 9:09:02 AM Pichu-kun
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* Referenced in "Radio Friendly Pop Song" by Matt Fishel, which is about how gay musicians have to pretend to be straight in order to become popular in the mainstream music scene.
11th Mar '17 10:47:57 AM nombretomado
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* As ''MermaidMelodyPichiPichiPitch'' shows, MinionShipping isn't immune. Mimi and Sheshe's almost-kiss was cut from broadcast, while the main girls kiss their boyfriends all the time. If you take their group name literally, it could be Hide Your Incest too, but it's also quite plausible that they're not actually sisters and the name comes from either the OneeSama tradition or their shared origin -- either way, it's pretty badly hidden, all right.

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* As ''MermaidMelodyPichiPichiPitch'' ''Manga/MermaidMelodyPichiPichiPitch'' shows, MinionShipping isn't immune. Mimi and Sheshe's almost-kiss was cut from broadcast, while the main girls kiss their boyfriends all the time. If you take their group name literally, it could be Hide Your Incest too, but it's also quite plausible that they're not actually sisters and the name comes from either the OneeSama tradition or their shared origin -- either way, it's pretty badly hidden, all right.
24th Feb '17 2:52:24 PM jormis29
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* Oscar and Wilde from ''George and Martha'' are never seen without the other, act like a couple, have spats similar to a couple, live together, and go on vacations together. One of them also has a lisp. They're never confirmed as a couple though.

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* Oscar and Wilde from ''George and Martha'' ''WesternAnimation/GeorgeAndMartha'' are never seen without the other, act like a couple, have spats similar to a couple, live together, and go on vacations together. One of them also has a lisp. They're never confirmed as a couple though.
4th Feb '17 4:35:07 AM smalltime
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' episode "The Inner Beauty of a Cactus", in an attempt to improve her speech Starfire kisses all her fellow Titans except for Robin and Raven. While she attempts to kiss Robin later, at no point does she consider kissing Raven. Though she does attempt to kiss one woman among the many males around the city she kisses or attempts to kiss.
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