6th Mar: There is an option now on your profile page to use "compact" folders. This works pretty well for phone users and others who like less scrolling.
Characters identified as bisexual that only get serious with one gender
In Real Life, bisexuality can span a huge spectrum, from being mostly straight to mostly gay to being pretty much equal opportunity. On TV however, there seems to be one particular breed of bisexuality that is dominating at the expense of all others: the bisexual character who sleeps with and has casual fling with both sexes, but they only get serious with one of them. For example, Alice may have had sex with women in her past or dated them in college or high school, but as a married woman, all of that is firmly stated to be in the past. If still single, she might still be sleeping with women, but you can safely bet that she isn't going to fall in love with or settle down with any of them. The key here is creating a distance to one gender - it's almost like having a gay or straight character and then adding experiences with the other gender as an extra "spice" to the character. Usually it can be explained with the creators trying to take in some diversity in their cast without having to challenge hetero- or homosexuality as the norm in their world. A character fits into this trope if they fulfill one or more or the following criteria: 1. They are only shown to fall in love with, or get emotional about relationships to one gender. 2. They only go into relationships with one gender 3. There is a clear difference in time perspective (the character used to date both genders in their youth or a long time ago, but are never seen to be doing so on screen) 4. Their sexual interactions with one gender are played for laughs