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21st Sep '16 6:52:42 PM JustinCognito
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* ''Podcast/TheAdventureZone'': Justin [=McElroy=] has said his character, Taako, is gay; however, Justin has also said that, between Taako's somewhat flamboyant voice and his insecure grasp on the territory, he doesn't want to make it explicit for fear that he might accidentally paint him as an offensive caricature.

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* ''Podcast/TheAdventureZone'': Justin [=McElroy=] has said his character, Taako, is gay; however, Justin he has also said that, between Taako's somewhat flamboyant voice he doesn't feel comfortable making it explicitly canon, as the characters are often farcical and his insecure grasp on the territory, he doesn't want to make it explicit for fear that he might accidentally paint him as make Taako into an offensive caricature.stereotype.
21st Sep '16 6:50:41 PM JustinCognito
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* ''Podcast/TheAdventureZone'': Justin [=McElroy=] has said his character, Taako, is gay; however, Justin has also said that, between Taako's somewhat flamboyant voice and his insecure grasp on the territory, he doesn't want to make it explicit for fear that he might accidentally paint him as an offensive caricature.
9th Sep '16 5:28:13 AM erforce
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* Creator/GoreVidal intended Messala in ''Film/BenHur'' to be Ben Hur's former lover, and explained this to the actor playing Messala, but deliberately did not tell CharltonHeston (who played Ben Hur), since Heston would not have been receptive to the idea. It was also an example of EnforcedMethodActing: one wants to renew the relationship while the other pretends it didn't happen. By not telling Heston, they basically tricked him into performing as a character uncomfortable with the other man by making the ''actor'' uncomfortable dealing with the other actor.

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* Creator/GoreVidal intended Messala in ''Film/BenHur'' ''Film/BenHur1959'' to be Ben Hur's Ben-Hur's former lover, and explained this to the actor playing Messala, but deliberately did not tell CharltonHeston (who played Ben Hur), since Heston would not have been receptive to the idea. It was also an example of EnforcedMethodActing: one wants to renew the relationship while the other pretends it didn't happen. By not telling Heston, they basically tricked him into performing as a character uncomfortable with the other man by making the ''actor'' uncomfortable dealing with the other actor.
7th Sep '16 9:30:57 AM StFan
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:::Their future incarnations in the SpiritualSuccessor, ''Anime/MaiOtome'', are pretty clearly a couple, but it's only stated outright in the Drama [=CDs=] released after the series ended.

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:::Their :: Their future incarnations in the SpiritualSuccessor, ''Anime/MaiOtome'', are pretty clearly a couple, but it's only stated outright in the Drama [=CDs=] released after the series ended.



* According to creator Kenichi Sonoda, Rally Vincent of ''GunsmithCats'' is a celibate lesbian.

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* According to creator Kenichi Sonoda, Rally Vincent of ''GunsmithCats'' ''Manga/GunsmithCats'' is a celibate lesbian.



** Yuu and Mika are seemingly confirmed gay, not that it was hard to tell with their HoYay and complete focus on one another. Mika's voice actor mentioned in an interview as Mika being tsundere for Yuu also states "To Mikaela, Yuuichirou is his reason for life. He’s his everything." Also the show’s producer, Kentaro Hattori, compared Mika and Yuu to [[StarcrossedLovers Romeo and Juliet]], saying that, “Just like Romeo and Juliet, Yuu and Mika have been torn apart.” [[http://mantan-web.jp/2015/05/16/20150515dog00m200053000c.html]] [[http://misora-reiki.tumblr.com/post/119105932775/anime-interview-seraph-of-the-end-guren-sama-is]] The creator of the series has also stated Mika as being "The one who suddenly died, the wife!" at the end of volume 1. The series's creator has stated that Mika's attachment to Yuu is stronger than his attachment to blood [[http://mimesisemblance.tumblr.com/post/117502956991/ons-qa-what-mikaela-chan-likes]]. Mika is already known to be an exception to many of the established vampiric traits, such as being able to shed tears and to refuse to drink human blood. As a result, the fanbook brings his nature into question: “Hyakuya Mikaela…can it truly be said he’s a 'vampire'?"

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** Yuu and Mika are seemingly confirmed gay, not that it was hard to tell with their HoYay and complete focus on one another. Mika's voice actor mentioned in an interview as Mika being tsundere for Yuu also states "To Mikaela, Yuuichirou is his reason for life. He’s his everything." Also the show’s producer, Kentaro Hattori, compared Mika and Yuu to [[StarcrossedLovers Romeo and Juliet]], saying that, “Just like Romeo and Juliet, Yuu and Mika have been torn apart.” [[http://mantan-web.jp/2015/05/16/20150515dog00m200053000c.html]] [[http://misora-reiki.tumblr.com/post/119105932775/anime-interview-seraph-of-the-end-guren-sama-is]] The creator of the series has also stated Mika as being "The one who suddenly died, the wife!" at the end of volume 1. The series's creator has stated that Mika's attachment to Yuu is stronger than his attachment to blood [[http://mimesisemblance.tumblr.com/post/117502956991/ons-qa-what-mikaela-chan-likes]]. Mika is already known to be an exception to many of the established vampiric traits, such as being able to shed tears and to refuse to drink human blood. As a result, the fanbook brings his nature into question: “Hyakuya Mikaela…can "Hyakuya Mikaela... can it truly be said he’s he's a 'vampire'?"



* ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'': Araki has said in an [[http://jojo.wikia.com/wiki/Hirohiko_Araki/Interviews interview]] (look under Eureka 2007) that Dio could go for either men or women.

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* ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'': ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'': Araki has said in an [[http://jojo.wikia.com/wiki/Hirohiko_Araki/Interviews interview]] (look under Eureka 2007) that Dio could go for either men or women.



* Invisible Kid, from the "Reboot" continuity of the ''Comicbook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}}''. Element Lad in the Oneboot was the [[InvertedTrope inverse]] of this trope-- his switch-hitting was an AscendedFanon after years of rampant fan speculation based entirely (at first) on his pink costume. Fan speculation probably dates back to the 1975 APA article by Jim Shooter where he says that Element Lad might be gay.

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* Invisible Kid, from the "Reboot" continuity of the ''Comicbook/{{Legion ''ComicbBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}}''. Element Lad in the Oneboot was the [[InvertedTrope inverse]] of this trope-- his switch-hitting was an AscendedFanon after years of rampant fan speculation based entirely (at first) on his pink costume. Fan speculation probably dates back to the 1975 APA article by Jim Shooter where he says that Element Lad might be gay.



* Creator/PaulDini confirmed that ComicBook/HarleyQuinn and Poison Ivy in ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' are in an on-again off-again relationship. Given the sheer omnipresence of their LesYay in every appearance this was hardly necessary, of course. This became AscendedFanon in the final arc of ''ComicBook/GothamCitySirens'', where Ivy finally acknowledged that she has feelings for Harley. Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, writers of Harley's ComicBook/{{New 52}} series, reaffirmed that Harley and Ivy are in a relationship, describing them as girlfriends who aren't hung up on monogamy.

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* Creator/PaulDini confirmed that ComicBook/HarleyQuinn and Poison Ivy in ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' are in an on-again off-again relationship. Given the sheer omnipresence of their LesYay in every appearance this was hardly necessary, of course. This became AscendedFanon in the final arc of ''ComicBook/GothamCitySirens'', where Ivy finally acknowledged that she has feelings for Harley. Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, writers of Harley's ComicBook/{{New 52}} ComicBook/New52 series, reaffirmed that Harley and Ivy are in a relationship, describing them as girlfriends who aren't hung up on monogamy.



* Several writers have said that they consider WonderWoman to be bisexual, though it's never been explicitly stated in a story. In fact, her sexuality is usually treated as an ElephantInTheLivingRoom, for she lived on an island with no men for most of her life.
* Triumph from the ''[[JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Justice League]]'' was supposed to be a closeted gay man, but [[ChristopherPriestComics Christopher Priest]] was unable to make it canon because he could never find an appropriate storyline to deal with the subject matter. This led to subsequent writers giving him female love interests, and later, an illegitimate son.
* Don [=McGregor=] has said that Taku, a supporting character from his ''Comicbook/BlackPanther'' run, was gay. He was unable to make this explicit thanks to the more conservative atmosphere of the 70's (though the subtext is definitely there in Taku's interactions with Venomm), but has since confirmed it in interviews.

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* Several writers have said that they consider WonderWoman Franchise/WonderWoman to be bisexual, though it's never been explicitly stated in a story. In fact, her sexuality is usually treated as an ElephantInTheLivingRoom, for she lived on an island with no men for most of her life.
* Triumph from the ''[[JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Justice League]]'' ''ComicBook/JusticeLeague'' was supposed to be a closeted gay man, but [[ChristopherPriestComics Christopher Priest]] was unable to make it canon because he could never find an appropriate storyline to deal with the subject matter. This led to subsequent writers giving him female love interests, and later, an illegitimate son.
* Don [=McGregor=] has said that Taku, a supporting character from his ''Comicbook/BlackPanther'' ''ComicBook/BlackPanther'' run, was gay. He was unable to make this explicit thanks to the more conservative atmosphere of the 70's (though the subtext is definitely there in Taku's interactions with Venomm), but has since confirmed it in interviews.



* JonathanHickman revealed in an interview that Stonewall from ''ComicBook/SecretWarriors'' was gay. Oddly, the name wasn't intended as a reference -- Hickman's said he was unaware that the name Stonewall carried any significance in the LGBT community.

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* JonathanHickman Creator/JonathanHickman revealed in an interview that Stonewall from ''ComicBook/SecretWarriors'' was gay. Oddly, the name wasn't intended as a reference -- Hickman's said he was unaware that the name Stonewall carried any significance in the LGBT community.



* [[MarvelUniverse Marvel]] writer [[Comicbook/LokiAgentOfAsgard Al Ewing]] confirmed what ComicBook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual and at least the young one is also genderqueer (this occasionally causes some pronoun confusion on this very wiki, as editors of Ewing's Loki series tend to refer to young Loki as ''they'' (GenderNeutralWriting purposes and also because that Loki tends to not be one of anything) while others go with previous Loki's ''he'').
* In the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' comics there is a lot of [[HomoeroticSubtext subtext]] between Dracula and Xander but nothing is ever stated outright. When asked about the nature of their relationship, author Christos Gage (who wrote a Dracula/Xander-heavy arc) said he personally believes Dracula indeed harbors some romantic feelings for Xander.

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* [[MarvelUniverse [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse Marvel]] writer [[Comicbook/LokiAgentOfAsgard Al Ewing]] confirmed what ComicBook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual and at least the young one is also genderqueer (this occasionally causes some pronoun confusion on this very wiki, as editors of Ewing's Loki series tend to refer to young Loki as ''they'' (GenderNeutralWriting purposes and also because that Loki tends to not be one of anything) while others go with previous Loki's ''he'').
* In the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' ''ComicBook/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' comics there is a lot of [[HomoeroticSubtext subtext]] between Dracula and Xander but nothing is ever stated outright. When asked about the nature of their relationship, author Christos Gage (who wrote a Dracula/Xander-heavy arc) said he personally believes Dracula indeed harbors some romantic feelings for Xander.



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* In the extensive AlternateUniverseFic series ''[[Webcomic/{{Roommates 2009}} Roommates]]'', Bowser Koopa, Jr.'s nerdy brother Iggy Koopa is known to have a girlfriend, but also seems remarkably comfortable with gay topics (even where RuleThirtyFour is involved). When Junior [[ComingOutStory came out of the closet]] and revealed that Jojo had been his boyfriend, Iggy even affectionately asked which one of them was on top during sex. The ''Roommates'' session writer, [=TreIII=], revealed separately that Iggy is actually not just straight, but ''completely'' straight -- he has no latent same-sex leanings whatsoever that could make him in any way uncomfortable with gay people, so he can talk about it frankly in perfect personal comfort. It is actually modern LGBT [[TruthInTelevision common wisdom]] that arrow-straight people are usually the ''most'' comfortable around gay people (compare DanielRadcliffe), and that most {{Heteronormative Crusader}}s are ArmoredClosetGay[=/=]Bi and irritably expending greater effort suppressing or hiding same-sex tendencies (compare the large number of high-profile right-wing gay sex scandals).

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* In the extensive AlternateUniverseFic series ''[[Webcomic/{{Roommates 2009}} Roommates]]'', ''Webcomic/{{Roommates|2009}}'', Bowser Koopa, Jr.'s nerdy brother Iggy Koopa is known to have a girlfriend, but also seems remarkably comfortable with gay topics (even where RuleThirtyFour is involved). When Junior [[ComingOutStory came out of the closet]] and revealed that Jojo had been his boyfriend, Iggy even affectionately asked which one of them was on top during sex. The ''Roommates'' session writer, [=TreIII=], revealed separately that Iggy is actually not just straight, but ''completely'' straight -- he has no latent same-sex leanings whatsoever that could make him in any way uncomfortable with gay people, so he can talk about it frankly in perfect personal comfort. It is actually modern LGBT [[TruthInTelevision common wisdom]] that arrow-straight people are usually the ''most'' comfortable around gay people (compare DanielRadcliffe), and that most {{Heteronormative Crusader}}s are ArmoredClosetGay[=/=]Bi and irritably expending greater effort suppressing or hiding same-sex tendencies (compare the large number of high-profile right-wing gay sex scandals).



* ''TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'': TimCurry always said that Dr Frank N. Furter was pansexual though the movie does make it obvious that he's bi. Some of the draft scripts for unmade sequels would have said that Brad and Dr. Scott turned gay shortly after the first movie.
* GeorgeClooney has claimed that he deliberately played Batman to be gay in ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'', but this is usually considered to be a ParodyRetCon.

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* ''TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'': TimCurry ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'': Creator/TimCurry always said that Dr Dr. Frank N. Furter was pansexual pansexual, though the movie does make it obvious that he's bi. Some of the draft scripts for unmade sequels would have said that Brad and Dr. Scott turned gay shortly after the first movie.
* GeorgeClooney Creator/GeorgeClooney has claimed that he deliberately played Batman to be gay in ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'', but this is usually considered to be a ParodyRetCon.



** In Pierce's [[Literature/CircleOfMagic Circle]] books, Lark and Rosethorn were revealed late in the series to be lovers. Daja came out in ''The Will Of The Empress''; this makes sense, since in the early books, she was nine. And she herself was discovering it for the first time in ''The Will Of The Empress''.

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** In Pierce's [[Literature/CircleOfMagic Circle]] books, Lark and Rosethorn were revealed late in the series to be lovers. Daja came out in ''The Will Of The of the Empress''; this makes sense, since in the early books, she was nine. And she herself was discovering it for the first time in ''The Will Of The of the Empress''.



* Tom and Carl, the two local Advisory Senior wizards from ''YoungWizards''. They share a house but other than that could be mistaken for HeterosexualLifePartners. This is probably due to them being expies of the two major characters from her significantly less popular ''Door Into...'' series, in which the characters were explicitly lovers.

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* Tom and Carl, the two local Advisory Senior wizards from ''YoungWizards''.''Literature/YoungWizards''. They share a house but other than that could be mistaken for HeterosexualLifePartners. This is probably due to them being expies of the two major characters from her significantly less popular ''Door Into...'' series, in which the characters were explicitly lovers.



* A fan interview with the authors of ''{{Havemercy}}'' has revealed the airman Luvander to be gay - and most of the airmen are gay or bisexual.
* ''CaliforniaDiaries'' has Ducky, who at best is AmbiguouslyGay throughout the series (he shows no interest in dating girls, his female friends are all thirteen years old and platonic, and at one point he borrows a bunch of books by famous LGBT authors) but ghost-writer Peter Lerangis confirmed in response to a fan on Twitter that Ducky was gay.

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* A fan interview with the authors of ''{{Havemercy}}'' ''Literature/{{Havemercy}}'' has revealed the airman Luvander to be gay - -- and most of the airmen are gay or bisexual.
* ''CaliforniaDiaries'' ''Literature/CaliforniaDiaries'' has Ducky, who at best is AmbiguouslyGay throughout the series (he shows no interest in dating girls, his female friends are all thirteen years old and platonic, and at one point he borrows a bunch of books by famous LGBT authors) but ghost-writer Peter Lerangis confirmed in response to a fan on Twitter that Ducky was gay.



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* Though it was rarely played with on the show, ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'' stars Xena and Gabrielle were at one point Common Law married according to [[WordOfGod creator Rob Tapert]], however his opinion flip-flops.
** Creator/LucyLawless has stated clearly in interviews that Xena and Gabrielle were indeed a romantic couple at the end of the series.
** Many lesbian fans have also noted that there were a large number of lesbian in-jokes throughout the series...
* Alicia Vega, minor ([[BuryYourGays dead]]) ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' character, and a male supporting character (they will not say who). The series was originally supposed to hint at Vega's sexuality on-screen, and the relevant scenes were even filmed and can be found on the DVD's, but most of her scenes were deleted from her introductory episode for pacing reasons, getting rid of not just the hints at her sexuality, but most of her characterization in general.

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* Though it was rarely played with on the show, ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'' stars Xena and Gabrielle were at one point Common Law married according to [[WordOfGod creator Rob Tapert]], however his opinion flip-flops.
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flip-flops. Creator/LucyLawless has stated clearly in interviews that Xena and Gabrielle were indeed a romantic couple at the end of the series.
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series. Many lesbian fans have also noted that there were a large number of lesbian in-jokes throughout the series...
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* Alicia Vega, minor ([[BuryYourGays dead]]) ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' character, and a male supporting character (they will not say who). The series was originally supposed to hint at Vega's sexuality on-screen, and the relevant scenes were even filmed and can be found on the DVD's, DVD, but most of her scenes were deleted from her introductory episode for pacing reasons, getting rid of not just the hints at her sexuality, but most of her characterization in general.



* When Gene Roddenberry (creator of ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}: TOS'') was asked about the HoYay between Kirk and Spock, he admitted "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirk/Spock there is certainly some of that]]." [ And then there's the infamous, "We certainly believe the affection was sufficient for [a physical relationship], if that were the particular style of the 23rd century," which most slashers are convinced settles the matter altogether. There's also an [[http://www.alternateuniverses.com/judygran/footnote.txt analysis]] of the infamous footnote in the novelization of the first movie that suggests that you could in fact go either way on this. In an inversion, GeorgeTakei (who is gay) specifically said that Hikaru Sulu is ''not'', in response to many fans who assumed that because Takei was, that necessarily his character was also. Sulu also canonically has a wife and daughter, though the former has never been introduced. In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', Sulu is depicted as gay, [[BrokenBase but others, including Takei himself, derided the decision]], thinking it would have been better to create a completely new gay character.

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* When Gene Roddenberry (creator of ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}: TOS'') was asked about the HoYay between Kirk and Spock, he admitted "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirk/Spock there is certainly some of that]]." [ And then there's the infamous, "We certainly believe the affection was sufficient for [a physical relationship], if that were the particular style of the 23rd century," which most slashers are convinced settles the matter altogether. There's also an [[http://www.alternateuniverses.com/judygran/footnote.txt analysis]] of the infamous footnote in the novelization of the first movie that suggests that you could in fact go either way on this. In an inversion, GeorgeTakei Creator/GeorgeTakei (who is gay) specifically said that Hikaru Sulu is ''not'', in response to many fans who assumed that because Takei was, that necessarily his character was also. Sulu also canonically has a wife and daughter, though the former has never been introduced. In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', Sulu is depicted as gay, [[BrokenBase but others, including Takei himself, derided the decision]], thinking it would have been better to create a completely new gay character.



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* ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'': It's established in the comic that bisexuality is the norm for trolls; however, Andrew Hussie stated in a Formspring post that the troll Kanaya is actually a lesbian. This fact is unlikely to come up explicitly in the comic since trolls place no social importance on sexual orientation and don't even have a word for it.

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* ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'': ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'': It's established in the comic that bisexuality is the norm for trolls; however, Andrew Hussie stated in a Formspring post that the troll Kanaya is actually a lesbian. This fact is unlikely to come up explicitly in the comic since trolls place no social importance on sexual orientation and don't even have a word for it.



* ''TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'': Principal Willoughby.

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* ''TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'': ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'': Principal Willoughby.



** The relationship between [[spoiler:Korra and Asami]] was referred to in the last episode of the show, albeit ambiguously, so the creators [[http://bryankonietzko.tumblr.com/post/105916338157 had to write blog posts]] to confirm it as romantic rather than platonic as well as directly stating that they were both bisexual.
*** Th ambiguity here is questionable because most of the fandom, including people who did not previously ship the characters, considered the relationship canon before the confirmations had been posted.

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** The relationship between [[spoiler:Korra and Asami]] was referred to in the last episode of the show, albeit ambiguously, so the creators [[http://bryankonietzko.tumblr.com/post/105916338157 had to write blog posts]] to confirm it as romantic rather than platonic as well as directly stating that they were both bisexual.
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bisexual. The ambiguity here is questionable because most of the fandom, including people who did not previously ship the characters, considered the relationship canon before the confirmations had been posted.



* There was talk of making Courtney confess to Ginger, only to be [[IncompatibleOrientation shut down]] but having come to terms with her sexuality, at the end of ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger''. The uppers at Nickeldeon declined the decision.

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* There was talk of making Courtney confess to Ginger, only to be [[IncompatibleOrientation shut down]] but having come to terms with her sexuality, at the end of ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger''. The uppers at Nickeldeon Nickelodeon declined the decision.



* The creators of ''WesternAnimation/TheRidonculousRace'' have stated that fashion vlogger [[AuthorAvatar Tom]] and [[AlwaysCamp ice dancer]] Jacques are gay, but there is [[AmbiguouslyGay only cirmumstantial evidence]] in the show.

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* The creators of ''WesternAnimation/TheRidonculousRace'' have stated that fashion vlogger [[AuthorAvatar Tom]] and [[AlwaysCamp ice dancer]] Jacques are gay, but there is [[AmbiguouslyGay only cirmumstantial circumstantial evidence]] in the show.



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* The creators of ''WesternAnimation/TheRidonculousRace'' have stated that fashion vlogger [[AuthorAvatar Tom]] and [[AlwaysCamp ice dancer]] Jacques are gay, but there is [[AmbiguouslyGay only cirmumstantial evidence]] in the show.
24th Aug '16 7:53:11 PM ultimomant
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* FanFic/TheNuptialverse: According to [=DarthLink22=], Applejack is gay, Rarity, Fluttershy and Cadence are bisexual, and Pinkie Pie is asexual.

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* FanFic/TheNuptialverse: ''FanFic/TheNuptialverse'': According to [=DarthLink22=], Applejack is gay, Rarity, Fluttershy and Cadence are bisexual, and Pinkie Pie is asexual.asexual.
* ''Fanfic/TheBridge'': Tarbtano mentioned in a blog that at least one of the Mane Six is a lesbian or bisexual, but added that it's not important and won't really be brought up in the story.
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** JMS has confirmed Talia and Ivanova were sleeping together in the early seasons; it was meant to be more specific but they couldn't get it past the executives.

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** JMS has confirmed Talia and Ivanova were sleeping together in the early seasons; it was meant to be more specific overt but they couldn't get it past the executives.
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** JMS has confirmed Talia and Ivanova were sleeping together in the early seasons; it was meant to be more specific but they couldn't get it past the executives.
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