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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.
20th Feb '17 9:57:17 AM Eievie
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For the specific sup-trope of vampire women who like other women, see LesbianVampire.



* Downplayed, but there seems to be a bit of this going on in ''Series/LostGirl''. Human Kenzi explicitly says she's straight in the first episode, while there are quite a few bi fae ladies: Bo, the Morrigan, Tamsin… plus bi fae guy Vex, and human, seemingly-strictly-lesbian, Lauren. In the fae world, no one raises an eyebrow at all the girls Bo kisses, but once--while undercover in the human world--Bo awkwardly mentions her girlfriend Lauren under the name of Lawrence. It seems fae are bi-er than humans.

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* Downplayed, but there seems to be a bit some of this going on in ''Series/LostGirl''. Human Kenzi explicitly says she's straight in the first episode, while there are quite a few bi fae ladies: Bo, the Morrigan, Tamsin… plus bi fae guy Vex, and human, seemingly-strictly-lesbian, Lauren. In the fae world, no one raises an eyebrow at all the girls Bo kisses, but once--while undercover in the human world--Bo awkwardly mentions starts to mention her girlfriend Lauren under the name of Lawrence. Lauren, then awkwardly finishes saying "Lawrence." It seems fae are bi-er than humans.



* [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Zeus.]]
** Also his sons Apollo and Heracles.
** Actually, most of the gods in Myth/ClassicalMythology, at least once. Though that is more of a cultural thing; the human males who made up those stories were also bisexual, or at least expected to act like it.

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* [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Zeus.]]
** Also his sons Apollo and Heracles.
** Actually, most
Most of the gods in Myth/ClassicalMythology, at least once.once, like Zeus, Apollo, and Heracles. Though that is more of a cultural thing; the human males who made up those stories were also bisexual, or at least expected to act like it.
23rd Apr '16 10:01:40 AM Eievie
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--> '''Jack''': You people and your quaint little categories.

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--> '''Jack''': -->'''Jack''': You people and your quaint little categories.



* Downplayed, but there seems to be a bit of this going on in ''Series/LostGirl''. Human Kenzi explicitly says she's straight in the first episode, while there are quite a few bi fae ladies: Bo, the Morrigan, Tamsin… In the fae world, no one raises an eyebrow, but once while undercover in the human world, Bo awkwardly mentions her girlfriend Lauren under the name of Lawrence. Fae are bi-er than humans.

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* Downplayed, but there seems to be a bit of this going on in ''Series/LostGirl''. Human Kenzi explicitly says she's straight in the first episode, while there are quite a few bi fae ladies: Bo, the Morrigan, Tamsin… plus bi fae guy Vex, and human, seemingly-strictly-lesbian, Lauren. In the fae world, no one raises an eyebrow, eyebrow at all the girls Bo kisses, but once while once--while undercover in the human world, Bo world--Bo awkwardly mentions her girlfriend Lauren under the name of Lawrence. Fae It seems fae are bi-er than humans.
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