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11th Oct '17 5:29:45 PM rjd1922
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* During an infamous period in Creator/MarvelComics, then-EIC Jim Shooter mandated that ''no'' same-gender couples could be depicted in books. As the story goes, after there were protests against the overtly homophobic nature of a notorious scene Shooter penned in a ''[[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk Rampaging Hulk]]'' issue, in which Bruce Banner narrowly escaped being raped by two stereotypical DepravedHomosexual men in a YMCA shower, he decided that ''any'' depiction of gay people would be controversial. So he banned it, which included keeping a lid on ComicBook/{{Storm}} and Yukio (who were intended to be a couple) and the above mentioned Destiny and Mystique, and meant that Northstar couldn't come out and plans to make ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} bisexual were scrapped, as well as any other plans Claremont had.

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* During an infamous period in Creator/MarvelComics, then-EIC Jim Shooter Creator/JimShooter mandated that ''no'' same-gender couples could be depicted in books. As the story goes, after there were protests against the overtly homophobic nature of a notorious scene Shooter penned in a ''[[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk Rampaging Hulk]]'' issue, in which Bruce Banner narrowly escaped being raped by two stereotypical DepravedHomosexual men in a YMCA shower, he decided that ''any'' depiction of gay people would be controversial. So he banned it, which included keeping a lid on ComicBook/{{Storm}} and Yukio (who were intended to be a couple) and the above mentioned Destiny and Mystique, and meant that Northstar couldn't come out and plans to make ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} bisexual were scrapped, as well as any other plans Claremont had.
19th Sep '17 12:46:57 PM Pichu-kun
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** Near the beginning of chapter 28, they arrive together for the group's vacation [[http://www.mangatown.com/manga/maken_ki/c028/9.html as if they were a couple.]] And when the girls were discussing the kinds of guys they liked in chapter 37, Takaki plainly states [[DoesNotLikeMen her distaste]] [[http://www.mangatown.com/manga/maken_ki/c037/7.html for men.]] While Yuuka seconded Uruchi's[[note]]who's the only other confirmed lesbian[[/note]] opinion that true love isn't limited to only having relationships with men.
** The preface page of chapter 45 explicitly shows them engaged in foreplay, while spooning together in lingerie. Though the page caption says the scene [[CoitusEnsues has nothing to do with the actual story]] and is merely intended [[{{Fanservice}} for fanservice.]] Yet chapter 57 contains a scene just like it in one of the flashback panels at the beginning. Yuuka is shown healing Takaki [[IntimateHealing by spooning against her]], with one of her hands [[spoiler: [[http://www.mangatown.com/manga/maken_ki/c057/ between her legs]]]]. Takaki's back is arched, while blushing and [[LooksLikeSheIsEnjoyingIt biting down on her finger]], as light radiates [[StockVisualMetaphors from where Yuuka is touching her.]]

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** Near the beginning of chapter 28, they arrive together for the group's vacation [[http://www.mangatown.com/manga/maken_ki/c028/9.html as if they were a couple.]] couple. And when the girls were discussing the kinds of guys they liked in chapter 37, Takaki plainly states [[DoesNotLikeMen her distaste]] [[http://www.mangatown.com/manga/maken_ki/c037/7.html for men.]] men. While Yuuka seconded Uruchi's[[note]]who's the only other confirmed lesbian[[/note]] opinion that true love isn't limited to only having relationships with men.
** The preface page of chapter 45 explicitly shows them engaged in foreplay, while spooning together in lingerie. Though the page caption says the scene [[CoitusEnsues has nothing to do with the actual story]] and is merely intended [[{{Fanservice}} for fanservice.]] Yet chapter 57 contains a scene just like it in one of the flashback panels at the beginning. Yuuka is shown healing Takaki [[IntimateHealing by spooning against her]], with one of her hands [[spoiler: [[http://www.mangatown.com/manga/maken_ki/c057/ between [[spoiler:between her legs]]]].legs]]. Takaki's back is arched, while blushing and [[LooksLikeSheIsEnjoyingIt biting down on her finger]], as light radiates [[StockVisualMetaphors from where Yuuka is touching her.]]



* In ''Anime/{{Canaan}}'', the title charachter and her "light" Maria are obviously in love, and Canaan's powers explicitly are tied with her love for Maria, but they never properly get together in the entire show. They refer to each other as friends, we get to see their thoughts for each other (but they never say them), and they go on dates but aren't allowed to kiss. They get like 2-4 hugs in the entire series, and hold hands twice, but are kept apart by what seems to be the power of this trope alone. They aren't even implied to finally get together in the end.

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* In ''Anime/{{Canaan}}'', the title charachter character and her "light" Maria are obviously in love, and Canaan's powers explicitly are tied with her love for Maria, but they never properly get together in the entire show. They refer to each other as friends, we get to see their thoughts for each other (but they never say them), and they go on dates but aren't allowed to kiss. They get like 2-4 hugs in the entire series, and hold hands twice, but are kept apart by what seems to be the power of this trope alone. They aren't even implied to finally get together in the end.



* One of the superhero bios in ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' mentions a male superhero living together and raising kids together with his roommate. They're never explicitly referred to as a couple. It could have an in-series explanation as the film takes place in the 70s, though the out-of-universe reason is likely this.

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* One of the superhero bios in ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' mentions a male superhero living together and [[HasTwoMommies raising kids together together]] with his roommate. They're never explicitly referred to as a couple. It could have an in-series explanation as the film takes place in the 70s, though the out-of-universe reason is likely this.



* 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.

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* ''Literature/WarriorCats'':
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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. friends.
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Similarly, Barley and Ravenpaw are an OfficialCouple according to Vicky however they're not able to say this in-series.



** Subverted in ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons''', which was released several years after ''Cute'' and by a different translator at that. It contains the first explicitly gay character in the series. He wasn't censored in the English version.

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** Subverted in ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons''', ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons'', which was released several years after ''Cute'' and by a different translator at that. It contains the first explicitly gay character in the series. He wasn't censored in the English version.



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** Harley and Ivy, as stated above, are all but stated to be romantically involved. They put in [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar as much as they could]] and the spinoff ''Harley & Ivy'' comics are much more blatant about it but in the cartoon they're not half as affectionate as Harley and the Joker.

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** Harley and Ivy, as stated above, are all but stated to be romantically involved. They put in [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar as much as they could]] and the spinoff ''Harley & Ivy'' ''ComicBook/HarleyAndIvy'' comics are much more blatant about it but in the cartoon they're not half as affectionate as Harley and the Joker.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' has the infamous episode "The Bands Break Up". In it Kimber and Stormer leave their bands and [[DuetBonding by circumstances]] end up becoming a duo, despite normally being enemies. The episode is brimming with LesYay however this being an American cartoon from the 80s nothing ever comes of it. The two women still insist they're only friends when [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys their relationship plays up a certain cliche]], their bandmates act more like they disapprove of them being romantic than them being friends (one of the songs even has the lyrics "She'll break your heart in two"), and their friendship is quite intimate. There are implications of them living together, Stormer stares at a picture of them together that ''she has by her bed'', and they walk on the beach holding hands together in one of the other songs. Kimber and Stormer's "friendship" is considerably stronger and more grounded than even Kimber's canon love interests. The 2015 [=IDW=] [[ComicBook/JemAndTheHolograms comic reboot]] just ignored this trope and made them an OfficialCouple from issue 2 onwards.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' has the infamous episode "The Bands Break Up". In it Kimber and Stormer leave their bands and [[DuetBonding by circumstances]] end up becoming a duo, despite normally being enemies. The episode is brimming with LesYay however however, this being an American cartoon from the 80s 80s, nothing ever comes becomes of it. The two women still insist they're only friends when [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys their relationship plays up a certain cliche]], their bandmates act more like they disapprove of them being romantic than them being friends (one of the songs even has the lyrics "She'll break your heart in two"), and their friendship is quite intimate. There are implications of them living together, Stormer stares at a picture of them together that ''she has by her bed'', and they walk on the beach holding hands together in one of the other songs.music videos. Kimber and Stormer's "friendship" is considerably stronger and more grounded than even Kimber's canon love interests. The 2015 [=IDW=] [[ComicBook/JemAndTheHolograms comic reboot]] just ignored this trope and made them an OfficialCouple from issue 2 onwards.



** The UK broadcast kept the above, but it did [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wm2403n3R7Q edit out some shots of Pearl and Rose dancing romantically together]] in ''We Need To Talk'', adding in more shots of Greg watching while playing the guitar instead. You might be mistaken for thinking they were taking out any romantically charged content regardless of sexuality, but later in the episode Greg and Rose dance similarly and then kiss and this remained.

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** The UK broadcast kept the above, but it did [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wm2403n3R7Q edit out some shots of Pearl and Rose dancing romantically together]] in ''We Need To Talk'', adding in more shots of Greg watching while playing the guitar instead. You might be mistaken for thinking they were taking out any romantically charged content regardless of sexuality, but later in the episode Greg and Rose dance similarly and then kiss and this remained. The official statement was that this was due to ValuesDissonance: ''In the UK we have to ensure everything on air is suitable for kids of any age at any time. We do feel that the slightly edited version is more comfortable for local kids and their parents.''



* Courtney from ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'' has a friendship with Ginger that is heavy on the LesYay. One episode even parallels her feelings for Ginger to Darren's romantic feelings for Ginger, though Courtney's was more comedically. WordOfGod was a love confession between Courtney and Ginger was planned but ExecutiveMeddling prevented it.

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* Courtney from ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'' has a friendship with Ginger that is heavy on the LesYay. One episode even parallels her feelings for Ginger to Darren's romantic feelings for Ginger, though Courtney's was played more comedically. WordOfGod was a love confession between Courtney and Ginger was planned but ExecutiveMeddling prevented it.
9th Sep '17 12:22:00 PM Gowan
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* In ''Film/WonderWoman'' it is hinted at that there is at least one lesbian couple among the amazons, but we never get to see a lesbian couple kiss.
27th Aug '17 3:57:08 PM Pichu-kun
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*** In the Japanese version of ''Radiant Dawn'', the thief Heather explicitly says that she joined the army to "meet pretty girls". Oddly, in the localizations, where that line is taken out, she is still flirty. Her attraction to women is still fairly explicit in the English localization at least, where she has to be recruited by the ShrinkingViolet Nephenee, and seems to join your side specifically based on how attractive she finds Nephenee. She stays with your army under her fangirlish obsession with Queen Elincia, reviled at the fact that a man might take her crown from her.
*** Kyza's line about having the love of his Commander Ranulf is taken out in localization, but he does still seem much more eager to have other men stay close to him in battle than the women (and hopes others are feeling [[CampGay as fabulous as he is]]). His crush on Ranulf is one-sided, however.

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*** ** In the Japanese version of ''Radiant Dawn'', the thief Heather explicitly says that she joined the army to "meet pretty girls". Oddly, in the localizations, where that line is taken out, she is still flirty. Her attraction to women is still fairly explicit in the English localization at least, where she has to be recruited by the ShrinkingViolet Nephenee, and seems to join your side specifically based on how attractive she finds Nephenee. She stays with your army under her fangirlish obsession with Queen Elincia, reviled at the fact that a man might take her crown from her.
*** ** Kyza's line about having the love of his Commander Ranulf is taken out in localization, but he does still seem much more eager to have other men stay close to him in battle than the women (and hopes others are feeling [[CampGay as fabulous as he is]]). His crush on Ranulf is one-sided, however.



* Mia from ''VideoGame/HighSchoolStory'' is canonically not straight, but it's easy for an unattentive player to not notice this. She mentions her ex twice, but only uses the pronoun she ''once''. She also has quite a close relationship with Katherine (whom pixelberry introuces as Mia's [[LampshadedDoubleEntendre ''very special friend'']]) and [[spoiler: if a player put them together as a couple, they're acknowledged as such in the main story quest]], but their relationship ''could'' be seen as just a [[RomanticTwoGirlFriendship very close friendship]]. And even though there are several strong hints and [[DoubleEntendre double entendres]] about Mia not being very interested in boys, it's always done very subtle, and never mentioned outright. This is most likely done so that players who have Mia paired with a boy won't feel bad, but they could've easily been clearer about her not being straight and just avoided mentioning what exactly her sexuality is.

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* Mia from ''VideoGame/HighSchoolStory'' is canonically not straight, but it's easy for an unattentive player to not notice this. She mentions her ex twice, but only uses the pronoun she ''once''. She also has quite a close relationship with Katherine (whom pixelberry introuces introduces as Mia's [[LampshadedDoubleEntendre ''very special friend'']]) and [[spoiler: if a player put them together as a couple, they're acknowledged as such in the main story quest]], but their relationship ''could'' be seen as just a [[RomanticTwoGirlFriendship very close friendship]]. And even though there are several strong hints and [[DoubleEntendre double entendres]] about Mia not being very interested in boys, it's always done very subtle, and never mentioned outright. This is most likely done so that players who have Mia paired with a boy won't feel bad, but they could've easily been clearer about her not being straight and just avoided mentioning what exactly her sexuality is.



* The differences between the dialogue that characters give the male and female protagonist are minimal in ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon''. One scene with a noticeable change, however, is the one on Exeggutor Island between Lillie and the protagonist. Though most of the LesYay is intact in their friendship, when talking to Selene Lillie mentions that she admires you. In the Eilio version however she states she wants to go on a journey, which shifts her more into the ImpliedLoveInterest territory.

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* The differences between the dialogue that characters give the male and female protagonist are minimal in ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon''. One scene with a noticeable change, however, is the one on Exeggutor Island between Lillie and the protagonist. Though most of the LesYay is intact in their friendship, when talking to Selene Selene, Lillie mentions that she admires you. In the Eilio version however she states she wants to go on a journey, journey with him, which shifts her more into the ImpliedLoveInterest territory.
18th Aug '17 10:59:53 AM Pichu-kun
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* In the ''Dragon Games'' special of ''WebAnimation/EverAfterHigh'', [[spoiler:Darling Charming]] gives [[spoiler:Apple White]] a KissOfLife to help her out of a magical coma. It has yet to be confirmed as romantic, however the {{novelization}} still felt the need to censor it. In the novelization, [[spoiler:Darling]] only gives chest compressions to [[spoiler:Apple]]. It's made even more noticeable by the fact she ''didn't'' give any compressions in the cartoon.

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* In the ''Dragon Games'' special of ''WebAnimation/EverAfterHigh'', ''Franchise/EverAfterHigh'', [[spoiler:Darling Charming]] gives [[spoiler:Apple White]] a KissOfLife to help her out of a magical coma. It has yet to be confirmed as romantic, however the {{novelization}} still felt the need to censor it. In the novelization, [[spoiler:Darling]] only gives chest compressions to [[spoiler:Apple]]. It's made even more noticeable by the fact she ''didn't'' give any compressions in the cartoon.
18th Aug '17 10:58:17 AM Pichu-kun
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* Believe it or not, there is at least one ComicBook/ChickTract(!) that seems to channel this in a way that all but must have been deliberate. In [[http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/0079/0079_01.asp "The Letter"]], the main character is an upper-class liberal woman who considers herself a Christian, but is very upset when a street preacher questions her commitment. We later see that she is unmarried, and has another woman's photo on her nightstand, with a handwritten dedication from her "best friend" Frances. The bulk of the story then consists of a dream, in which she receives a [[OminousMessageFromTheFuture letter from the future]] by Frances. The letter reminisces about their very close friendship, when they "walked together by day and night": "I called you my friend in life, and I trusted you in joy and strife," and so it goes. While nothing is spelled out, the subtext appears rather obvious. And then comes TheReveal: because her Christian friend did not warn her of what are the wages of sin, Frances of the dream is now ''in hell'', ending the letter on an anguished note. The protagonist, once awake, takes the warning seriously, and eventually decides to try to "save" her friend by converting her, "even if it costs our friendship." [[spoiler: [[YouAreTooLate But not]] [[DownerEnding quickly enough]]]].

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* Believe it or not, there is at least one ComicBook/ChickTract(!) ComicBook/ChickTract (!) that seems to channel this in a way that all but must have been deliberate. In [[http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/0079/0079_01.asp "The Letter"]], the main character is an upper-class liberal woman who considers herself a Christian, but is very upset when a street preacher questions her commitment. We later see that she is unmarried, and has another woman's photo on her nightstand, with a handwritten dedication from her "best friend" Frances. The bulk of the story then consists of a dream, in which she receives a [[OminousMessageFromTheFuture letter from the future]] by Frances. The letter reminisces about their very close friendship, when they "walked together by day and night": "I called you my friend in life, and I trusted you in joy and strife," and so it goes. While nothing is spelled out, the subtext appears rather obvious. And then comes TheReveal: because her Christian friend did not warn her of what are the wages of sin, Frances of the dream is now ''in hell'', ending the letter on an anguished note. The protagonist, once awake, takes the warning seriously, and eventually decides to try to "save" her friend by converting her, "even if it costs our friendship." [[spoiler: [[YouAreTooLate But not]] [[DownerEnding quickly enough]]]].



* One of the superhero bios in ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' mentions a male superhero living together and raising kids together with his roommate. They're never explicitly referred to as a couple.

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* One of the superhero bios in ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' mentions a male superhero living together and raising kids together with his roommate. They're never explicitly referred to as a couple. It could have an in-series explanation as the film takes place in the 70s, though the out-of-universe reason is likely this.



* In ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonDS Cute'' instead of marrying a male character you can do the dating events with the Special Girls to increase your "best friend meter" with them. When it gets high enough the proposal item becomes available, at which point you can have a "best friend ceremony" with them. After this it's no longer possible to have a relationship or marry a male character, and you can even adopt a child together, but you are still only "best friends". The American version has the Blue Feather event disabled, so you can do everything ''up to'' the ceremony. The bachelorettes decline your proposal.

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* ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon'':
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In ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonDS Cute'' instead of marrying a male character you can do the dating events with the Special Girls to increase your "best friend meter" with them. When it gets high enough the proposal item becomes available, at which point you can have a "best friend ceremony" with them. After this it's no longer possible to have a relationship or marry a male character, and you can even adopt a child together, but you are still only "best friends". The American version has the Blue Feather event disabled, so you can do everything ''up to'' the ceremony. The bachelorettes decline your proposal.proposal.
** Subverted in ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons''', which was released several years after ''Cute'' and by a different translator at that. It contains the first explicitly gay character in the series. He wasn't censored in the English version.



* Despite the [[Carmilla source material]] she's based off of, Carmilla from Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, is depicted as being heterosexual, with her literary love-interest being relegated to adopted daughter.

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* Despite the [[Carmilla [[Literature/{{Carmilla}} source material]] she's based off of, Carmilla from Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaLordsOfShadow'' is depicted as being heterosexual, with her literary love-interest being relegated to her adopted daughter.daughter.
* The differences between the dialogue that characters give the male and female protagonist are minimal in ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon''. One scene with a noticeable change, however, is the one on Exeggutor Island between Lillie and the protagonist. Though most of the LesYay is intact in their friendship, when talking to Selene Lillie mentions that she admires you. In the Eilio version however she states she wants to go on a journey, which shifts her more into the ImpliedLoveInterest territory.


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* In the ''Dragon Games'' special of ''WebAnimation/EverAfterHigh'', [[spoiler:Darling Charming]] gives [[spoiler:Apple White]] a KissOfLife to help her out of a magical coma. It has yet to be confirmed as romantic, however the {{novelization}} still felt the need to censor it. In the novelization, [[spoiler:Darling]] only gives chest compressions to [[spoiler:Apple]]. It's made even more noticeable by the fact she ''didn't'' give any compressions in the cartoon.
16th Aug '17 7:51:23 AM Oecchi
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* ''Anime/YuriOnIce'' is an odd example. The show does literally everything in its power to treat Yuuri and Victor as the OfficialCouple, up and to [[spoiler: giving them a BigDamnKiss in Episode 7, and getting engaged three episodes later]]...except for actually acknowledging it in the dialogue. Whenever that point comes up, they either dance around the subject, implicitly discuss it or only talk about Victor's relationship as Yuuri's couch. This leads to some rather odd circumstances, such as [[spoiler:the two sharing a romantic kiss on live TV]], an act which would have major impact on how they're viewed and treated, being barely acknowledged after it happens. This has become a [[BrokenBase divisive point]] among critics.

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* ''Anime/YuriOnIce'' is an odd example. The show does literally everything in its power to treat Yuuri [[spoiler:Yuri and Victor Victor]] as the OfficialCouple, up and to [[spoiler: giving them a BigDamnKiss in Episode 7, and getting engaged three episodes later]]...except for actually acknowledging it in the dialogue. Whenever that point comes up, they either dance around the subject, implicitly discuss it or only talk about Victor's [[spoiler:Victor]]'s relationship as Yuuri's couch.[[spoiler:Yuri]]'s coach. This leads to some rather odd circumstances, such as [[spoiler:the two sharing a romantic kiss on live TV]], an act which would have major impact on how they're viewed and treated, being barely acknowledged after it happens. This has become a [[BrokenBase divisive point]] among critics.critics, though WordOfGod has stated that they are in fact an OfficialCouple.
29th Jul '17 7:51:11 PM Corgyena
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* Danielle Moonstar and Rahne Sinclair of the original ''ComicBook/NewMutants'' (198x to present). No resolution after more than twenty years of dancing around the subject. It could be dismissed as a school crush, but these two were in each other's heads, by empathic link. Two bodies, one mind. At least when a halfway competent writer was writing them. Although in the early issues Rahne had a crush on Sam, at least until he got hooked up with Lila Cheney.

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* Danielle Moonstar and Rahne Sinclair of the original ''ComicBook/NewMutants'' (198x to present). No resolution after more than twenty years of dancing around the subject. It could be dismissed as a school crush, but these These two were in each other's heads, by empathic link. Two bodies, one mind. At least when a halfway competent writer was writing them. Although in the early issues link, every time Rahne used her powers. Both of them had a crush crushes on Sam, at least male characters, but nothing that approached the depth of their relationship with each other until he got hooked up with Lila Cheney.decades later in other series.



* In ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'', within minutes of Karolina Dean being confirmed as a lesbian, she was suddenly given a genderfluid fiancee and [[PutOnABus put on a spaceship]] to go marry them, and didn't return until almost a year later. Almost nothing was shown of their courtship or their aborted wedding, and when they returned, there were very few displays of affection between them.
24th Jul '17 1:00:06 AM EternityofSpirits
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* ''Anime/YuriOnIce'' is an odd example. The show does literally everything in its power to treat Yuuri and Victor as the OfficialCouple, up and to [[spoiler: giving them a BigDamnKiss in Episode 7, and getting engaged three episodes later]]...except for actually acknowledging it in the dialogue. Whenever that point comes up, they either dance around the subject, implicitly discuss it or only talk about Victor's relationship as Yuuri's couch. This leads to some rather odd circumstances, such as [[spoiler:the two sharing a romantic kiss on live TV]], an act which would have major impact on how they're viewed and treated, being barely acknowledged after it happens. This has become a [[BrokenBase divisive point]] among critics.
15th Jul '17 5:52:17 PM varkarrus
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* Despite the [[Carmilla source material]] she's based off of, Carmilla from Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, is depicted as being heterosexual, with her literary love-interest being relegated to adopted daughter.
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