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26th Apr '17 11:40:43 AM TheSinful
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* In ''Fanfic/HereInMyArms'', all the girls are quite clear that they're not bisexual, they're just in love with each other along with [[Manga/RosarioToVampire Tsukune]].
24th Apr '17 9:17:29 AM RobTan
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24th Apr '17 9:17:28 AM RobTan
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** Jenna has frequently hinted that she'd be open to a lesbian relationship with Liz. She says "I'd totally hit that" while looking at Liz in a pair of very flattering jeans, and when Liz tells her "We don't need men", Jenna excitedly replies "Yes, let's lez out!".

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** Jenna has frequently hinted that she'd be open to a lesbian relationship with Liz. She says "I'd totally hit that" while looking at Liz in a pair of very flattering jeans, she's aroused watching adult film actresses playing the two of them kiss, and when Liz tells her "We don't need men", Jenna excitedly replies "Yes, let's lez out!".
21st Apr '17 1:10:26 PM NNinja
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* A very [[NightmareFuel horrific version of this trope]] for ''Vidiogame/YandereSimulator''. The Yandere in question, Ayano Aishi, is a pure [[TheSociopath sociopath]] who has never felt anything for anyone. Until, that is, she meets an older student, Taro Yamada, and [[LoveAtFirstSight falls instantly in love with him]]. However, being a sociopath, that love is of the obsessive variety and anyone, whoever they may be, who gets between her and him must die. [[FamilyUnfriendlyAesop That's the object of the game]]. Made even more horrific when one realizes that this sort of thing actually happens in the real world.
** Made even more horrific in game. Word of God states, and many plot elements show, that all the women of the Aishi bloodline have been just like Ayano. They've been falling for a single object of their desire, isolating them from their friends and family, kidnapping, brainwashing, and essentially raping them for generations.
21st Apr '17 1:08:13 PM NNinja
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* Aru Akise spends the whole second chapter of ''Manga/FutureDiary -- Paradox'' denying that's he's gay, despite having a blatant crush on the male protagonist. When finally badgered enough, he admits that "it's love", but still maintains he doesn't swing for boys.



* Played straight and subverted in ''Doushitemo Furetakunai'': The main character is actually gay, but captures the attention of several 'straight guys' during the story. One of the 'straight guys' falling for him later gets into spotlight and falls for another gay character, but takes a lot of time for it so it still can be considered this trope.
14th Apr '17 8:03:21 AM Ea4g
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* A very [[NightmareFuel horrific version of this trope]] for ''Vidiogame/YandereSimulator''. The Yandere in question, Ayano Aishi, is a pure [[TheSociopath sociopath]] who has never felt anything for anyone. Until, that is, she meets an older student, Taro Yamada, and [[LoveAtFirstSight falls instantly in love with him]]. However, being a sociopath, that love is of the obsessive variety and anyone, whoever they may be, who gets between her and him must die. [[FamilyUnfriendlyAesop That's the object of the game]]. Made even more horrific when one realizes that this sort of thing actually happens in the real world.
** Made even more horrific in game. Word of God states, and many plot elements show, that all the women of the Aishi bloodline have been just like Ayano. They've been falling for a single object of their desire, isolating them from their friends and family, kidnapping, brainwashing, and essentially raping them for generations.
14th Apr '17 1:35:15 AM RobTan
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* In the now defunct pornogrpahic webcomic ''Karabound'', the eponomyous Kara is a nominally straight woman and sexual submissive who ends up in a BDSM relationship with her female friend Lexi. It seems that her attraction to Lexi is less to do with gender, and more with having a willing and trustworthy domme. Lexi herself is implied to be a closeted lesbian or bisexual (she had presviously experimented with othr women) with Kara acting as her ClosetKey.

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* In the now defunct pornogrpahic pornographic webcomic ''Karabound'', the eponomyous Kara is a nominally straight woman and sexual submissive who ends up in a BDSM relationship with her best female friend Lexi. It seems that her attraction to Lexi is less to do with gender, and more with having a willing and trustworthy domme. Lexi herself is implied to be a closeted lesbian or bisexual (she had presviously previously experimented with othr other women) with Kara acting as her ClosetKey.
12th Apr '17 9:56:19 AM RobTan
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* In the now defunct pornogrpahic webcomic ''Karabound'', the eponomyous Kara is a nominally straight woman and sexual submissive who ends up in a BDSM relationship with her female friend Lexi. It seems that her attraction to Lexi is less to do with gender, and more with having a willing and trustworthy domme. Lexi herself is implied to be a closeted lesbian or bisexual (she had presviously experimented with othr women) with Kara acting as her ClosetKey.
10th Apr '17 6:31:33 PM rjd1922
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This is also often an implicit assumption in SlashFic that tries to pair characters that are generally portrayed as heterosexual (or homosexual--and/or [[IncestIsRelative related]]). This is especially likely if the characters are already HeterosexualLifePartners, {{Buddy Cop|Show}}s, an OddCouple, or are simply shown attracted to ''one'' character without any other attractions to reference. When it's made explicit, it's usually referred by "We're Not Gay We Just Love Each Other" (WNGWJLEO) in {{ficdom}}, where it's often criticized for its perceived homophobia (as such it's now an almost thoroughly DiscreditedTrope in SlashFic due to it being ArtisticLicenseSexEd).

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This is also often an implicit assumption in SlashFic that tries to pair characters that are generally portrayed as heterosexual (or homosexual--and/or [[IncestIsRelative related]]). This is especially likely if the characters are already HeterosexualLifePartners, {{Buddy Cop|Show}}s, an OddCouple, or are simply shown attracted to ''one'' character without any other attractions to reference. When it's made explicit, it's usually referred by "We're Not Gay We Just Love Each Other" (WNGWJLEO) in {{ficdom}}, where it's often criticized for its perceived homophobia (as such such, it's now an almost thoroughly DiscreditedTrope in SlashFic due to it being ArtisticLicenseSexEd).
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'''Again, Fanfic writers, this is ArtisticLicenseSexEd'''
9th Apr '17 1:23:09 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheSagaOfTuck'' mostly averts this. Travis is attracted to [[spoiler:Valerie, but it's revealed that he thinks she's a transsexual, either post-op or on her way, which would make him straight but unprejudiced (as he knows.]]

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* ''TheSagaOfTuck'' ''Literature/TheSagaOfTuck'' mostly averts this. Travis is attracted to [[spoiler:Valerie, but it's revealed that he thinks she's a transsexual, either post-op or on her way, which would make him straight but unprejudiced (as he knows.]]
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