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25th Sep '16 11:42:30 AM NoSpoilerz
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* ''WebVideo/DemoReel'' has [[BiTheWay Donnie]], who who [[OopsIForgotIWasMarried despite being married]] gets an entire episode's worth of focus on his heavily implied affairs with two male internet reviewers, titled appropriately enough, ''Lost in Translation: Bromance Version''. He also gets tons of ShipTease with the rest of the cast, especially [[HoYay Karl]], [[OneTrueThreesome Tacoma and Rebecca]].

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* ''WebVideo/DemoReel'' has [[BiTheWay Donnie]], who who [[OopsIForgotIWasMarried despite being married]] gets an entire episode's worth of focus on his heavily implied affairs with two male internet reviewers, titled appropriately enough, ''Lost in Translation: Bromance Version''. He also gets tons of ShipTease with the rest of the cast, especially [[HoYay Karl]], [[OneTrueThreesome Tacoma and Rebecca]].
11th Sep '16 5:31:37 PM darkabomination
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** Everything is done to imply that Pearl was in love with Rose, with Pearl having one hell of a SubordinateExcuse that saw her dedicating herself ''completely'' to the other gem, and Rose making her "feel like [she] was ''everything''". "We Need to Talk" shows Pearl's jealousy over Rose being close with Greg and they have [[http://stevenuniverse.tk/post/121873359244/ an intensely sensual fusion]], ''Rainbow'' Quartz (subtle).

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** Everything is done to imply that Pearl was in love with Rose, with Pearl having one hell of a SubordinateExcuse that saw her dedicating herself ''completely'' to the other gem, and Rose making her "feel like [she] was ''everything''". "We Need to Talk" shows Pearl's jealousy over Rose being close with Greg and they have [[http://stevenuniverse.tk/post/121873359244/ an intensely sensual fusion]], ''Rainbow'' Quartz (subtle).Quartz. In "Mr. Greg", Pearl sings an emotional piano ballad about how she was always fine with the men Rose would bring home because she knew they didn't matter until Greg entered the picture. She later admits after Steven urges them to talk out their feelings that she never hated him and that Greg feels terrible because in his own words, "I knew how you felt about Rose, and I stayed anyway".



*** Then there's "Alone At Sea", which plays this as creepily and blatantly as possible with the abusive treatment. Lapis hates Jasper and frequently tells Steven she doesn't deserve to be happy and is a terrible person while admitting she misses Jasper. Meanwhile, Jasper has been stalking Lapis across the ocean looking for her, begging and intimidating her into fusing as Malachite again, complete with saying word-for-word "it'll be different this time! I've changed, you've changed me!" while having body language painfully accurate of husbands/wives about to hurt a spouse. While both have done terrible things to each other, Lapis was the first to be forced into making the fusion, and admits she never wants to go back to the way they were.
** Pearl and the Mystery Girl in "Last One Out of Beach City. The whole episode emulates an 80s teen romance film, with Mysterious Girl evoking desire within the insecure protagonist, having friends who urge her to pursue her feelings, getting over her shieness, and ending with the girl giving Pearl her phone number. Amethyst is even listed as "Ultimate Wingman" at the end of the credits.



*** Then there's "ALone At Sea", which plays this as creepily and blatantly as possible with the abusive treatment. Lapis hates Jasper and frequently tells Steven she doesn't deserve to be happy and is a terrible person while admitting she misses Jasper. Meanwhile, Jasper has been stalking Lapis across the ocean looking for her, begging and intimidating her into fusing as Malachite again, complete with saying word-for-word "it'll be different this time! I've changed, you've changed me!" while her body language is painfully accurate of husbands/wives about to hurt a spouse. WHile both have done terrible things to each other, Lapis was the first to be forced into making the fusion and admits she never wants to go back.
** Pearl and the Mystery Girl in "Last One Out of Beach City. The whole episode emulates an 80s teen romance film, with Mysterious Girl evoking desire within the insecure protagonist, having friends who urge her to pursue her feelings, getting over her shieness, and ending with the girl giving Pearl her phone number. Amethyst is even listed as "Ultimate Wingman" at the end of the credits.
11th Sep '16 5:16:48 PM darkabomination
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*** Then there's "ALone At Sea", which plays this as creepily and blatantly as possible with the abusive treatment. Lapis hates Jasper and frequently tells Steven she doesn't deserve to be happy and is a terrible person while admitting she misses Jasper. Meanwhile, Jasper has been stalking Lapis across the ocean looking for her, begging and intimidating her into fusing as Malachite again, complete with saying word-for-word "it'll be different this time! I've changed, you've changed me!" while her body language is painfully accurate of husbands/wives about to hurt a spouse. WHile both have done terrible things to each other, Lapis was the first to be forced into making the fusion and admits she never wants to go back.
** Pearl and the Mystery Girl in "Last One Out of Beach City. The whole episode emulates an 80s teen romance film, with Mysterious Girl evoking desire within the insecure protagonist, having friends who urge her to pursue her feelings, getting over her shieness, and ending with the girl giving Pearl her phone number. Amethyst is even listed as "Ultimate Wingman" at the end of the credits.
31st Aug '16 10:42:30 PM Scabbard
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** In the first episode of ''Series/{{Joey}}'', he frustratedly tells his sister "Chandler & me were not a gay couple!"

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** In the first episode of ''Series/{{Joey}}'', he frustratedly tells his sister "Chandler & and me were not a gay couple!"



* Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''. In the episode where their partnership was formed, they walk around Ivy's secluded trailer in [[SexDressed nothing but dress shirts and underwear]] and constantly talk about how men are worthless, and in later episodes they share an apartment and continue to walk around in rather skimpy clothing (when Harley is not with the Joker). A later episode has the (scantily-clad) Ivy pushing the (scantily-clad) Harley down onto their hotel room's (single) bed with a pillow, at which point the scene abruptly ends. WordOfGod is that Harley & Ivy are indeed in such a relationship, off and on.

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* Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''. In the episode where their partnership was formed, they walk around Ivy's secluded trailer in [[SexDressed nothing but dress shirts and underwear]] and constantly talk about how men are worthless, and in later episodes they share an apartment and continue to walk around in rather skimpy clothing (when Harley is not with the Joker). A later episode has the (scantily-clad) Ivy pushing the (scantily-clad) Harley down onto their hotel room's (single) bed with a pillow, at which point the scene abruptly ends. WordOfGod is that Harley & and Ivy are indeed in such a relationship, off and on.
18th Aug '16 1:25:26 PM Sabrewing
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* ComicBook/JohnnyTurbo and Tony have a very peculiar relationship as it stands in the first two comics, but the "sub" part of the subtext goes completely out the window in the third one, "Sleepwalker".
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21st Jul '16 1:43:30 PM flootzavut
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-->''"Lets brunch out Bro-Style."''

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2nd Jul '16 11:33:09 PM psionycx
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-->'''Thad:''' Harmon, before you got that dick pic, how much of your day was spent thinking about Coach in a sexual way?
-->'''Harmon:''' One percent, tops.
-->'''Thad:''' Now?
-->'''Harmon:''' He's the only person I've thought about sexually in the last eight hours.
22nd Jun '16 5:17:33 PM siberia82
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** [[WordOfGod Simon Kinberg]] has said that ''Apocalypse'' is the [[http://www.empireonline.com/features/days-of-future-past-secrets-explained/p11 third chapter of a love story between Magneto and Professor X.]]

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** Writer [[WordOfGod Simon Kinberg]] has said that ''Apocalypse'' is the [[http://www.empireonline.com/features/days-of-future-past-secrets-explained/p11 third chapter of a love story between Magneto and Professor X.]]
22nd Jun '16 5:07:35 PM siberia82
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** Creator/JamesMcAvoy called the movie a "love story" between Xavier and Magneto, even though, pressed for clarification, he admitted they were not gay. The film certainly did concentrate heavily on the two's relationship, and the final scene, in which the two split and their surrogate children chose sides, played out like a couple's divorce.

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** Creator/JamesMcAvoy called the movie a "love story" between Xavier and Magneto, even though, though when pressed for clarification, he admitted they were not gay. The film certainly did concentrate heavily on the two's relationship, and the final scene, in which the two split and their surrogate children chose sides, played out like a couple's divorce.


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* ''Film/XMenApocalypse'':
** [[WordOfGod Simon Kinberg]] has said that ''Apocalypse'' is the [[http://www.empireonline.com/features/days-of-future-past-secrets-explained/p11 third chapter of a love story between Magneto and Professor X.]]
--->"If ''First Class'' was Erik's story and ''Days of Future Past'' is Charles' story, then ''Apocalypse'' will be both of their stories. The first movie was about Erik becoming empowered. That's the origin story of a man's power. ''Days of Future Past'' is about a guy who is a mess, masterminding the end of this massive movie. So they are both at their peak powers at the start of ''Apocalypse'', so ''Apocalypse'' for me is the culmination of that three-act love story."
** Kinberg later adds that when Erik calls Charles by his professor title for the first time in the movie series, it's a [[http://www.empireonline.com/movies/x-men-apocalypse/x-men-apocalypse-spoiler-special-podcast-bryan-singer-simon-kinberg/ sign of respect and love]] which is greater than "old friend" because in the AlternateTimeline, Xavier is less pacifistic than in the original timeline.
--->'''Simon Kinberg''': 'I feel a great swell of pity for the poor soul looking for trouble.' The way that James said that line, to me, it's almost a Magneto delivery. It's a threat. And there's a response from Fassbender where he gives a little smile. And the little smile to me, that I read that smile and Michael and I talked about that smile, the smile was Magneto understanding Charles has learnt my lesson. That's a militant Charles Xavier. Erik says, 'Good luck, professor.' It's the first time he ever called Charles 'professor.' And it sort of shows respect that I found it really beautiful that Michael said it subtly loving.
** While promoting ''Apocalypse'' at SDCC, Creator/JamesMcAvoy [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlwZwDLbiMs summarized]] his charater's love-hate relationship with Erik (and Creator/MichaelFassbender agrees).
--->'''[=McAvoy=]''': It's that thing in a love story where you don't always like the person you're in love with, but you still love them. Charles and Erik ''always'' hated the way [the other] approached things. It's like, "Argh, he's always wanting to kill the humans! He's ''always'' going about the same old shit," and yet I just love the guy. I can't kill him, I don't want to mind-control him, I love him.\\
'''Fassbender''': That's right.
18th May '16 7:51:12 AM WriterGirl2015
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* ''Manga/SeraphOfTheEnd'' has a lot of homoerotic subtext, mostly between Mika and Yuu in all its adaptions.
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