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21st Jun '16 2:38:54 AM FurtiveGrist
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** This is increasingly prevalent in ''WesternAnimation/{{Kim Possible}}'' Slashfic, where nobody even considers that Kim ''might'' be bisexual. She's just instantly labeled a lesbian, despite many fics continuing from the show's canon (wherein she had several instances of real hetero attraction).

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** This is increasingly prevalent in ''WesternAnimation/{{Kim Possible}}'' Slashfic, SlashFic, where nobody even considers that Kim ''might'' be bisexual. She's just instantly labeled a lesbian, despite many fics continuing from the show's canon (wherein she had several instances of real hetero attraction).
21st Jun '16 2:38:13 AM FurtiveGrist
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** This is increasingly prevalent in ''WesternAnimation/{{Kim Possible}}'' Slashfic, where nobody even considers that Kim ''might'' be bisexual. She's just instantly labeled a lesbian, despite many fics continuing from the show's canon (wherein she had several instances of real hetero attraction).
19th Jun '16 12:03:33 AM CarthAnne
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The aspect of works of fiction where there is a lack of bisexual characters despite the definite exsistance of bisexual people In Real Life (1.8% of US population), and often don't even acknowledge their existence. Although some series don't address any sexuality specifically, even gay characters tend to be more numerous.

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The aspect of works of fiction where there is a lack of bisexual characters despite the definite exsistance existence of bisexual people In Real Life (1.8% of US population), and often don't even acknowledge their existence. Although some series don't address any sexuality specifically, even gay characters tend to be more numerous.
10th May '16 5:05:59 AM ClatoLawa
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* ''Series/TheSecretLifeOfUs'' has Richie Blake. He starts the series in a relationship with Miranda, but after discovering he's attracted to men, sleeping with Simon and later Brad, he's only ever identified as gay.
15th Apr '16 6:16:07 AM Otto
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* Leonardo da Vinci is generally believed to have been, if not flat-out homosexual, at least bisexual. ''Da Vinci's Demons'' portrays him as aggressively heterosexual. His one (off-screen) dalliance with a man is dismissed as "experimentation" and in contrast with his explicit sexual acts with many women, his one kiss with another man is a chaste kiss good-bye.
* John Constantine is at least nominally bisexual in the source comics. The television adaptation gave no indication of the source bisexuality, with executive producer Daniel Cerone suggesting that the series might deal with Constantine's bisexuality in season 20 of the series. Executive producer David S. Goyer, when asked if Constantine would be bisexual, laughed and wondered why he was always asked that question about his series. Goyer was the creator of ''Da Vinci's Demons'', which also straightwashed its protagonist.
6th Apr '16 12:25:52 AM pimpdaddy
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* This is the ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' fandom's BerserkButton concerning Dean Winchester and his feelings for/relationship with Castiel when he's been said to not be gay. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment And that's probably all that should be said about that]].
5th Apr '16 12:48:03 PM bajiru
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* Jamie of ''Webcomic/GirlsWithSlingshots'' is an [[TechnicalVirgin Above The Waist Lesbian]], mostly fooled around with men and then had a same-gender encounter which she came away from ambivalent. She later officially dates another woman and finally did the deed before she left for school, but still insists she's "not in the dictionary".
3rd Apr '16 4:04:37 AM TrailblazerZeno
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The aspect of works of fiction where there is a lack of bisexual characters despite the prevalence of bisexual people In Real Life (1.8% of US population), and often don't even acknowledge their existence. Although some series don't address any sexuality specifically, even gay characters tend to be more numerous.

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The aspect of works of fiction where there is a lack of bisexual characters despite the prevalence definite exsistance of bisexual people In Real Life (1.8% of US population), and often don't even acknowledge their existence. Although some series don't address any sexuality specifically, even gay characters tend to be more numerous.
20th Mar '16 3:40:16 PM CJCroen1393
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** Surprisingly justified in this case; the point of this interrogation wasn't so much to prove that he liked guys as it was to prove that he ''didn't'' like women (and thus couldn't have had an affair with the suspect). The witness himself, meanwhile, was trying his hardest to ''not'' make it apparent that he's attracted to men, hence why he didn't claim to be bi. The musical adds a scene where [[MsFanservice Elle]] does the [[MaleGaze "bend and snap"]] in front of him and he's [[NotDistractedByTheSexy completely unaffected]], which only cements to her that he's not interested in women.
18th Mar '16 3:23:54 PM CaptainSupermarket
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* Averted in the [[Literature/AhrimanTrilogy Ahriman Trilogy]], with Caitlin Reid, who is quite open about her sexuality.
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