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28th Nov '17 7:39:12 PM FearlessSon
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' mostly averts this trope, as the long-lived Space Marines are asexual (although originally male). However, the Chaos God(dess) Slaanesh very much embodies this trope, being immortal and also the Chaos Deity of Sex and Perversion.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' mostly averts this trope, as the long-lived Space Marines are asexual (although originally male).made {{asexual|ity}} through {{transhuman}} augmentation and hypno-therapy administered during puberty. However, the Chaos God(dess) Slaanesh very much embodies this trope, being immortal and also the Chaos Deity of Sex and Perversion.



* Vamp from ''Franchise/MetalGear''.
16th Oct '17 6:44:33 AM Schol-R-LEA
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** As Claremont eventually revealed, Mystique is over a hundred years old; she has had relationships with several men, but her most enduring one was that with Irene Adler aka Destiny. Mystique is also bisexual in another way, having spent years in male shape(s). This was even how the character Nightcrawler was originally supposed to be born ([[HomosexualReproduction with Mystique impregnating Destiny while in her male form]]). Marvel ultimately named the idea too controversial, so Kurt is [[{{Satan}} Azazel]] and Mystique's son instead, but the story that revealed this is so reviled that more than one subsequent writer has considered a {{retcon}} to make Claremont's version canon.

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** As Claremont eventually revealed, Mystique is over a hundred years old; she has had relationships with several men, but her most enduring one was that with Irene Adler aka Destiny. Mystique is also [[SexShifter bisexual in another way, way]], having spent years in male shape(s). This was even how the character Nightcrawler was originally supposed to be born ([[HomosexualReproduction with Mystique impregnating Destiny while in her male form]]). Marvel ultimately named the idea too controversial, so Kurt is [[{{Satan}} Azazel]] and Mystique's son instead, but the story that revealed this is so reviled that more than one subsequent writer has considered a {{retcon}} to make Claremont's version canon.
1st Sep '17 3:34:30 PM Epicazeroth
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* In ''Franchise/TheWitcher'' books, one of the witches mentions that when you live that long you will try everything eventually.

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* In ''Franchise/TheWitcher'' books, one of the witches mentions that when you live that long you will try everything eventually. Although there are several (at least vaguely) bisexual magic-users, there is never any mention of this applying to other long-lived creatures such as monsters, elves, or witchers.
15th Jul '17 5:29:38 PM varkarrus
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* Dorian Gray in ''Series/PennyDreadful'' is immortal and attracted to men and women, including a trans woman. As a jaded pleasure seeker, he's aroused by all ''sorts'' of things.

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* Dorian Gray in ''Series/PennyDreadful'' is immortal and attracted to men and women, including a trans woman. As a jaded pleasure seeker, he's aroused by all ''sorts'' of things.women.
7th Jul '17 3:32:36 AM RicPot
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* Magnus Bane in ''Series/Shadowhunters''

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* Magnus Bane in ''Series/Shadowhunters''''Series/{{Shadowhunters}}''
7th Jul '17 3:30:55 AM RicPot
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* Magnus Bane in ''Series/Shadowhunters''
8th May '17 8:59:24 PM LordofHeck
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* Dorian Gray in ''Series/PennyDreadful'' is immortal and attracted to men and women, including a transwoman. As a jaded pleasure seeker, he's aroused by all ''sorts'' of things.

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* Dorian Gray in ''Series/PennyDreadful'' is immortal and attracted to men and women, including a transwoman.trans woman. As a jaded pleasure seeker, he's aroused by all ''sorts'' of things.
8th Apr '17 6:35:08 PM Tibbittz
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* Kathryn "SwordCat" Kennedy of ''Webcomic/SwordCatPrincess'' professes missing her [[http://swordcatprincess.thecomicseries.com/comics/24/ dead male lovers]], then displays her bisexuality by [[http://swordcatprincess.thecomicseries.com/comics/117/ engaging in lesbian kissing and sex]] with Detective Erica Richards.

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* Kathryn "SwordCat" "[=SwordCat=]" Kennedy of ''Webcomic/SwordCatPrincess'' professes missing her [[http://swordcatprincess.thecomicseries.com/comics/24/ dead male lovers]], then displays her bisexuality by [[http://swordcatprincess.thecomicseries.com/comics/117/ engaging in lesbian kissing and sex]] with Detective Erica Richards.
8th Apr '17 6:27:46 PM Tibbittz
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* Kathryn "Artemis" Kennedy of ''Webcomic/EternalKnights'' professes missing her [[http://eternalknightsuniverse.com/comics/24/ dead male lovers]], then displays her bisexuality by [[http://www.eternalknightsuniverse.com/comics/118/ engaging in lesbian sex]] with Detective Erica Richards.

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* Kathryn "Artemis" "SwordCat" Kennedy of ''Webcomic/EternalKnights'' ''Webcomic/SwordCatPrincess'' professes missing her [[http://eternalknightsuniverse.[[http://swordcatprincess.thecomicseries.com/comics/24/ dead male lovers]], then displays her bisexuality by [[http://www.eternalknightsuniverse.com/comics/118/ [[http://swordcatprincess.thecomicseries.com/comics/117/ engaging in lesbian kissing and sex]] with Detective Erica Richards.
15th Mar '17 3:08:53 PM AdelePotter
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->''There IS no straight when you're 400 years old.''
-->--'''Derek Landy''', author of the ''Literature/SkulduggeryPleasant'' series


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* The page quote comes from the author of the ''Literature/SkulduggeryPleasant'' series. Being a children's series, nothing is very explicit, but a few characters are heavily implied to be queer in some way or another, and Landy himself has stated that bisexuality is more or less the norm for most of the immortal characters.
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