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8th Feb '16 10:12:02 PM Gravidef
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* ''Series/TeenWolf'' has developed an extremely large LGBTQ fan following. The cast is full of [[MrFanservice absolutely gorgeous men]] who frequently [[WalkingShirtlessScene strut around without shirts on]]--and they just keep adding more of those guys every season! The show also has [[BiTheWay plenty of bisexual characters]], and doesn't make a big deal out of gay, lesbian, or bisexual relationships--the characters simply accept that same-sex love exists without commenting on it or calling it weird. On a more serious note, the show's central relationship is between [[HeterosexualLifePartners]] Scott McCall and "Stiles" Stilinski, who, though straight, openly admit their love for one another and have had several touching moments expressing their affection in a queer-friendly way; as a result, they're not even the most popular slash couple in the fanbase (that honor goes to Stiles and older man Derek Hale, or [[PortmanteauCoupleName Sterek]]). There's also the overall theme of the formation of a [[TrueCompanions]] "pack" as a metaphor for non-traditional family models; for instance, after Scott transforms freshman Liam into a werewolf, their relationship essentially becomes that of a single teenage father and his confused son.
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* ''Series/TeenWolf'' has developed an extremely large LGBTQ fan following. The cast is full of [[MrFanservice absolutely gorgeous men]] who frequently [[WalkingShirtlessScene strut around without shirts on]]--and they just keep adding more of those guys every season! The show also has [[BiTheWay plenty of bisexual characters]], and doesn't make a big deal out of gay, lesbian, or bisexual relationships--the characters simply accept that same-sex love exists without commenting on it or calling it weird. On a more serious note, the show's central relationship is between [[HeterosexualLifePartners]] [[HeterosexualLifePartners Scott McCall and "Stiles" Stilinski, Stilinski,]] who, though straight, openly admit their love for one another and have had several touching moments expressing their affection in a queer-friendly way; as a result, they're not even the most popular slash couple in the fanbase (that honor goes to Stiles and older man Derek Hale, or [[PortmanteauCoupleName Sterek]]). There's also the overall theme of the formation of a [[TrueCompanions]] "pack" [[TrueCompanions "pack"]] as a metaphor for non-traditional family models; for instance, after Scott transforms freshman Liam into a werewolf, their relationship essentially becomes that of a single teenage father and his confused son.
8th Feb '16 10:10:27 PM Gravidef
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* ''Series/TeenWolf'' has developed an extremely large LGBTQ fan following. The cast is full of [[MrFanservice absolutely gorgeous men]] who frequently [[WalkingShirtlessScene strut around without shirts on]]--and they just keep adding more of those guys every season! The show also has [[BiTheWay plenty of bisexual characters]], and doesn't make a big deal out of gay, lesbian, or bisexual relationships--the characters simply accept that same-sex love exists without commenting on it or calling it weird. On a more serious note, the show's central relationship is between [[HeterosexualLifePartners]] Scott McCall and "Stiles" Stilinski, who, though straight, openly admit their love for one another and have had several touching moments expressing their affection in a queer-friendly way; as a result, they're not even the most popular slash couple in the fanbase (that honor goes to Stiles and older man Derek Hale, or [[PortmanteauCoupleName Sterek]]). There's also the overall theme of the formation of a [[TrueCompanions]] "pack" as a metaphor for non-traditional family models; for instance, after Scott transforms freshman Liam into a werewolf, their relationship essentially becomes that of a single teenage father and his confused son.
1st Feb '16 3:28:05 PM MyFinalEdits
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Indentation, again
* ''Series/{{Glee}}'', with two of the creators being gay, several gay actors, and handling of gay story lines, has quite the gay fanbase. ** Brittany and Santana's relationship went from background LesYay to throwaway joke to full story arc due in no small part to the LGBT Fanbase [[PortmanteauCoupleName Brittana]] attracted. * ''Series/{{House}}'' does this with House and Wilson, and sometimes to a lesser degree with House and his male team members. This probably started off accidental, but by the fourth season it was obvious the writers were running with it. ** In the 6th season they raised the tease to high art, complete with an episode where Wilson "proposes" to House as part of a ploy to keep him from sleeping with their new neighbor.
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* ''Series/{{Glee}}'', with two of the creators being gay, several gay actors, and handling of gay story lines, has quite the gay fanbase. ** fanbase. In particular, Brittany and Santana's relationship went from background LesYay to throwaway joke to full story arc due in no small part to the LGBT Fanbase [[PortmanteauCoupleName Brittana]] attracted. * ''Series/{{House}}'' does this with House and Wilson, and sometimes to a lesser degree with House and his male team members. This probably started off accidental, but by the fourth season it was obvious the writers were running with it. ** it. In the 6th season they raised the tease to high art, complete with an episode where Wilson "proposes" to House as part of a ploy to keep him from sleeping with their new neighbor.
1st Feb '16 7:19:05 AM Kitchen90
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* Tony the Tiger, the mascot of Kellogg's Frosted Flakes. The size of his gay male fanbase is [[{{Catchphrase}} grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat]]!
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* Tony the Tiger, the mascot of Kellogg's Frosted Flakes.Flakes (or, Frosties). The size of his gay male fanbase is [[{{Catchphrase}} grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat]]!

* ''Series/{{Glee}}'', with its gay creator, several gay actors, and handling of gay story lines, has quite the gay fanbase. ** Brittany and Santana's relationship went from background [[HoYay LesYay]] to throwaway joke to full story arc due in no small part to the LGBT Fanbase [[PortmanteauCoupleName Brittana]] attracted.
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* ''Series/{{Glee}}'', with its gay creator, two of the creators being gay, several gay actors, and handling of gay story lines, has quite the gay fanbase. ** Brittany and Santana's relationship went from background [[HoYay LesYay]] LesYay to throwaway joke to full story arc due in no small part to the LGBT Fanbase [[PortmanteauCoupleName Brittana]] attracted.

* ''WebVideo/CarmillaTheSeries'' has a large LGBT following on the internet, due to the implications that [[EveryoneIsGay none of the characters are hetereosexual]], [[LesbianVampire Carmilla herself]], a [[{{Transsexual}} smart nonbinary character]] and most of the actors and production team being [[CastFullOfGay LGBT themselves.]] It helps that the original story is a famous example of classic lgbt-related literature.
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* ''WebVideo/CarmillaTheSeries'' has a large LGBT following on the internet, due to the implications that [[EveryoneIsGay none of the characters are hetereosexual]], [[LesbianVampire Carmilla herself]], a [[{{Transsexual}} smart nonbinary character]] and most of the actors and production team being [[CastFullOfGay LGBT themselves.]] It helps that the original story is a [[Literature/{{Carmilla}} famous example example]] of classic lgbt-related LGBT-related literature.
31st Jan '16 11:42:34 AM StFan
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* ''PrincessJellyfish'' does well with young women, teen girls, gay men, trans people, and crossdressers of any sexuality. The main male character is a fashionable, androgynous guy who crossdresses because he likes the clothing.
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* ''PrincessJellyfish'' ''Manga/PrincessJellyfish'' does well with young women, teen girls, gay men, trans people, and crossdressers of any sexuality. The main male character is a fashionable, androgynous guy who crossdresses because he likes the clothing.
30th Jan '16 10:27:19 AM Unferth
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** Amusingly, Major and Schrodinger are respectively a Waffen-SS Sturmbannfuhrer and a Hitlerjugend Kameradschaftsfuhrer and Alexander Anderson is TheFundamentalist KnightTemplar, all being rampant homophobes.
19th Jan '16 3:11:32 AM Adept
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* ''{{Morenatsu}}'': A DatingSim always intended for a gay audience, but has spawned viral MemeticMutation of fanart by countless different artists. People in the UsefulNotes/FurryFandom are more likely to see lots of its fanart before ever finding out that it is actually a game.
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* ''{{Morenatsu}}'': ''VisualNovel/{{Morenatsu}}'': A DatingSim always intended for a gay audience, but has spawned viral MemeticMutation of fanart by countless different artists. People in the UsefulNotes/FurryFandom are more likely to see lots of its fanart before ever finding out that it is actually a game.
17th Jan '16 10:21:02 AM nombretomado
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* ''LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'':
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* ''LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'':''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'':
17th Jan '16 12:33:00 AM Pichu-kun
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* ''Theater/TheChildrensHour'' is about two women being accused of being in a relationship in the early 20th century. Despite its [[BuryYourGays notoriously depressing]] ending the play, and especially the 60s movie, are a hit with queer women. Several FixFic's exist for the ending.
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* ''Theater/TheChildrensHour'' ''Theatre/TheChildrensHour'' is about two women being accused of being in a relationship in the early 20th century. Despite its [[BuryYourGays notoriously depressing]] ending the play, and especially the 60s movie, are a hit with queer women. Several FixFic's exist for the ending.
16th Jan '16 4:26:37 PM Katsuhagi
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* Music/Maroon5 is well aware of their LGBT fanbase, especially lead singer Adam Levine, who willingly lets himself be a MrFanservice to their legion of bisexual and gay male fans.
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* Music/Maroon5 {{Music/Maroon 5}} is well aware of their LGBT fanbase, especially lead singer Adam Levine, who willingly lets himself be a MrFanservice to their legion of bisexual and gay male fans.
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