[[quoteright:279:[[LightNovel/FullMetalPanic http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dephom.jpg]]]]
[[caption-width-right:279:Evil pinkie lift!]]

->'''Sandy:''' I have a question: Are you single?
->'''Dustin:''' [[ActorAllusion I-I'm not gay.]]
->'''Sandy:''' I don't care. You're hunky, and I am what they call "predatory gay"...
-->-- ''Series/{{Glee}}''

The SpearCounterpart of the PsychoLesbian, and the monosexual counterpart to the DepravedBisexual. Usually a villainous take on the CampGay or, on the other end of the spectrum, a ManlyGay sexual predator whose preferred "quarry" are straight men. His motive is usually either his depraved sexuality, or an unrequited love, like his PsychoLesbian sister. If he's not explicitly gay, but it [[AmbiguouslyGay wouldn't be surprising]], he's a SissyVillain.

Please note that a villain simply ''being'' gay is '''not''' enough for this trope to be in effect. His brand of evil must involve a sexual nature and/or some uncomfortable flirting. Or even better, outright threats of rape/molestation. Before adding an example, think of whether he'd be any different if he wasn't gay.

On the other hand, for some people it ''is'' enough. For decades, this was the only role gays could play in mainstream media, and it still crops up uncomfortably often. Frequently the villain will be the only homosexual in the story. Now there will be a FreudianExcuse or they be played [[SympathyForTheDevil sympathetically]] - a kind of AuthorsSavingThrow against criticism.

See also SissyVillain which is closely connected to this trope.


[[noreallife]]
----
!!Examples:

[[foldercontrol]]

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''Manga/PeacemakerKurogane'' has Suzu become this after being [[RapeAndSwitch raped at the hands of an old man]]. The anime-only characters Kichisaburo and Maro are both shown to be homosexual, and both are depicted as being depraved psychos. Ito, who is shown to be explicitly homosexual, is also very much depraved. Also, the old man that raped Suzu is one, too. [[UnfortunateImplications In fact, every character that is shown overtly to be homosexual is depraved and psychotic.]]
** While the characters mentioned certainly fit the trope, other, much more sympathetic characters are pretty strongly implied to be gay or bisexual, rather [[AvertedTrope averting]] the implication that they're ALL depraved. Off the top of thistroper's head--Heisuke makes more than a few references to men and boys he finds attractive or may or may not have slept with, and he's shown as a good, fun sort of guy, [[spoiler:if not one who has some trouble making good life choices]]. Saitou, while he may or may not actually be interested in men (who knows with him?), [[spoiler:is willing enough to pretend to be for information]]. And general dynamics of HoYay between various cast members aside, there are always Hijikata and Okita, who always seem just one step shy of being an OfficialCouple (with [[WordOfGod Hijikata's voice actor]] going so far as to respond to a remark about his character having given up romantic pursuits for his mission with, essentially, "Uh...no"). In fact, given that the whole thing is set in the more-or-less privileged classes of late-Edo period Japan, one could make the argument that historical context rather suggests an EveryoneIsBi situation.
* In ''Manga/YuYuHakusho''. Sensui [[AvertedTrope averts]]. He is [[StraightGay gay]], and he is more than a little [[SplitPersonality crazy]], but his insanity and his villainy have nothing to do with his homosexuality, which is more or less second-hand InformedAttribute in any case.
** Team Toguro's Karasu from the Dark Tournament practically ''embodies'' this trope. He wants to ''own'' Kurama, and considers killing him slowly and painfully to be the very best and most intimate way to do so. His depravity and overall creepiness is given more focus than the fact that he's homosexual, though.
* Kajiwara in ''Manga/{{Kanon|ByChihoSaito}}''.
* Tomo in ''Manga/FushigiYuugi''.
* Subverted in ''Manga/OnePiece'' with Mr. 2 Bon Clay. He does start off as a villain, but it's also pretty clear that he's a NiceGuy who just happened to be on the wrong side. After the criminal organization he was part of was broken up, [[HeelFaceTurn he becomes an ally of the Straw Hats]], and does so [[BolivianArmyEnding many]] [[Awesome/OnePiece awesome]] [[HeroicSacrifice things]] [[Heartwarming/OnePiece helping]] them, that I doubt anyone really cares about his past as a villain anymore.
** [[spoiler: However upon his reintroduction a whole community of homosexuals is introduced along with a "queen" of gays with the power to change the gender of himself and others. He could be considered pretty bad on his own but later back on the island he used to rule Sanji crash lands and the residents continually try to chase him and force him into homosexuality, almost succeeding a few times.]]
* ''Manga/{{Inuyasha}}'':
** Jakotsu is a steadfast misogynist and a vicious sadist whose idea of "romancing" Inuyasha is synonymous with "beat him until he can't fight back, and then torture & rape him to death", but he's also [[HiddenDepths intensely loyal]] and gets on fairly well with his best friend and leader Bankotsu.
** In the anime, another Depraved Homosexual villain threatened to cut off Hojo's face, make it into a wall hanging, and kiss it every day, right before licking said face.
* A popular fan theory speculates that Rolo Haliburton/Lamperouge, Lelouch's "fake brother" in ''Anime/CodeGeass'', is a Depraved Homosexual who [[spoiler:killed Lelouch's prospect girlfriend, Shirley Fenette]] ''solely'' out of pure jealousy.
** A similar and perhaps stronger case could be made concerning [[spoiler: V.V., who very canonically and unambiguously killed Marianne entirely out of jealousy and resentment concerning all the attention she was getting from his brother Charles. Making this a case of Twincest as well as Depraved Homosexual.]]
* One of the teachers in the ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'' anime is strongly hinted to be a Depraved Homosexual, one who's aiming to have his way with Miki. When his [[{{Twincest}} twin sister Kozue]] takes note of this, things go [[BerserkButton very badly for the teacher very quickly]].
* ''Manga/{{MW}}'' looks like it's setting up for this early on with the relationship and {{backstory}} between the two lead characters, Michio and Garai. But it's later subverted when the better part of a chapter is used to deliver an aesop about how the world is becoming more accepting of homosexuality and there's nothing wrong with it, and the VillainProtagonist's gay relationship comes off as one of his few humanizing characteristics by the end. This is particularly notable as the series was written in 1976 AND its author is none other than OsamuTezuka.
* Gauron from ''Lightnovel/FullMetalPanic'', depending on whether one chooses to follow the novels (where he managed to successfully execute his WifeHusbandry plan with ''male'' twins) or the anime (where the twins were female, making him a DepravedBisexual). But no matter which version, one thing is for sure: he is [[InLoveWithYourCarnage a]] [[{{Shotacon}} complete]] [[ALoveToDismember and]] [[StalkerWithACrush total]] [[InterplayOfSexAndViolence pervert]] for [[ChasteHero Sousuke]]. Seriously? Getting stiffies over fantasizing that he would rape the poor 16-year-old's dead body after he slowly kills him? The poor boy was [[TooMuchInformation completely horrified]] and [[BrainBleach traumatized]] when Gauron took the opportunity to let him know what his plans for him were.
** In the manga, the gay substitute teacher for Sousuke's high school's men's swim team had some hints of this as shown in the above picture. The guy keeps a ''whip'' in his [[{{Squick}} swim trunks]] and drools and blushes while thinking about [[EvenTheGuysWantHim Sousuke]].
* Genkaku from ''Manga/DeadmanWonderland'', after getting repeatedly raped and beaten by a group of bullies (who were monk trainees like him) at the temple during his childhood, "became" gay and insane. He seems to express disgust and contempt towards women, and is shown to have a strong attraction to Nagi. In fact, he confesses to Nagi that he "loved him".
** And later in the series, after [[spoiler: Genkaku up there dies]], the series gains a replacement Depraved Homosexual in the form of Mockingbird, who is Misogynistic, and has a similar sort of BloodLust and [[InterplayOfSexAndViolence kinky way of flirting and fighting]]. His interactions with [[http://www.mangareader.net/666-33058-5/deadman-wonderland/chapter-24.html Ganta]] and [[http://www.mangareader.net/666-33058-3/deadman-wonderland/chapter-24.html Senji]] certainly are... [[http://www.mangareader.net/666-33058-4/deadman-wonderland/chapter-24.html interesting]].
* [[CreepyChild Alois Trancy]] in season 2 of ''Manga/BlackButler''. He alternates between being AxCrazy and sweet and cheerful, flirts with Sebastian via leaning into him and pronouncing that he "smells good", is ''very'' attached to his butler Claude, treats his one female maidservant like absolute crap (he [[EyeScream stabs out her eye with his fingers]] just for looking at him and later mocks her for it), dresses and acts very effeminately and flamboyantly and has a [[DudeLooksLikeALady girlish face]], cross-dresses and flirts with Ciel in the fifth episode and outright tells Ciel that he "wants" him and that he'll kill all his loved ones unless Ciel becomes "his". Also, in episode 8 Alois practically confesses to Claude and in episode 11, Alois tells Claude "Claude, you ensnared my heart in a spider web, my eternal Highness. I wanted your love". In episode 8 Alois also [[NoYay seduces the old man Lord Trancy]].
** The old man Lord Trancy from episode 8 is one too. He was looking for young boys to be his sex slaves and raped Alois.
* ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'' has Lussuria, who not only hits on jailbait but is also a necrophiliac. See also CampGay.
* Professor Aizawa from ''LightNovel/{{Sukisho}}''.
** To a lesser extent, there is also Kai Nagase, Aizawa's son.
* Some of the men that [[DepravedBisexual Souma]] sleeps with in ''Manga/SakuraGari'' are {{Depraved Homosexual}}s.
** Also, [[spoiler: Sakurako Saiki]] who is actually [[spoiler: Souma's]] younger brother, named Youya. [[spoiler: He stole his mother's name and dressed in her clothing after she died and he witnessed her murder (at the hands of Katsuragi and a reluctant Souma), which made him [[GoMadFromTheRevelation lose his mind completely]]. Soon after his gender was discovered by Masataka, he tried to kill both him and Masataka, and later committed suicide.]] He also was very much a {{Yandere}} towards Souma, and playfully flirted with Masataka on occasion, though he might've done so because he was jealous of Masataka because Souma was in love with him, and wanted to get him away from Souma - this is confirmed when [[spoiler: he cooks for Masataka and sneaks glass pieces into said food, and later ties him up and force feeds him]].
* Captain Continental and his subordinates from ''Anime/LegendOfTheBlueWolves''.
* ''Literature/{{Paprika}}'': Possibly the Chairman, though his attachment to [[spoiler: Osanai seems more a master/slave thing than a sexual or romantic relationship. Also possibly Himuro, who seems to have fetishized Osanai, since we briefly see dirty magazines in his apartment with a younger Osanai on the cover, and his dreamscape features a towering statue of Osanai as a Greek god. It's the ''Depraved'' part that's up for debate with Himuro; the gay PornStash, cross-dressing and "idolization" of Osanai are more than enough evidence of his sexuality. It's possible Osanai tricked Himuro, or that Himuro was just [[IncrediblyLamePun thinking with his other head]] when Osanai [[HoneyTrap offered himself]].]]
* In ''Manga/KarateShoukoushiKohinataMinoru'', there's Pedro, the [[FunnyForeigner Brazilian martial artist and transfer student]]. It turns out that he was the masked rapist that went around raping a bunch of male martial arts students, and he ends up setting his sights on Minoru, the pretty boy protagonist. His depraved, rapist tendencies are [[DoubleStandardRapeMaleOnMale played as comedy]], and eventually the main characters forgive him and have him join their karate club. Even make Minoru room with him. Which results in him trying several times to rape Minoru (including an instance where Pedro went pantless with his junk out, in the middle of the night, to rape Minoru while Minoru was unconscious and drunk). Aside from the aforementioned insanity, UnfortunateImplications abound in this example, seeing how he's the only homosexual character in the series.
* ''Manga/{{Trigun}}'': The manga contains a few creepy examples among secondary characters; Legato is implied to fit into this role too, but the guy who raped him was even creepier (at least as a depraved gay guy). Manga Knives might fit too depending on what subtext you follow and what level of FanWank you adhere to. The anime also has Sodom, a CampGay secondary character.
* Lord Gennon from ''Manga/{{Berserk}}''. He is a homosexual and a notorious pedophile, and he developed an attraction for Griffith, which culminated when Griffith agreed to sleep with him in exchange for funds to support the growing Band of the Hawks. He is often seen to be attended by many very young male servants, no older than being in their teens.
** Also, Donovan. He's a notorious pederast who raped Guts when he was still a vulnerable child. Donovan bought Guts for a night from Gambino, Guts adoptive father.
* Mitarai from ''Manga/{{Shitsurakuen}}''.
* Refreshingly subverted in ''Anime/BloodPlus'' with Nathan, who is [[CampGay as much of a queen]] as [[BeePeople Saya and Diva]] ([[IncrediblyLamePun I am so sorry]]) as well as the sanest and most level-headed of the Chevaliers and the bad guys in general.
* Government official Hidehiko Otoya from ''LightNovel/{{Akikan}}''. He's a self-proclaimed gay who loves pretty boys and he goes undercover at the school as the school doctor. He's often having contact with Kakeru harassing him sexually, only to be hurt severely by Kakeru every time.
* Sho Tsukioka from ''Manga/BattleRoyale'' is effeminate in manner but humorously masculine in appearance and uses his skills as a StalkerWithACrush to tail Kiriyama. He's also a borderline alcoholic drag queen with an irrational crush on Kiriyama and overall thinks like a total lunatic.
* Yurimaru of ''Anime/NinjaScroll''.
%%* Fisheye of ''Anime/SailorMoon''. [[HeelFaceTurn At first]].
%%** Averted by [[CampGay Zoisite]] and [[StraightGay Kunzite]], whose gayness doesn't overlap with their villainy at all. They're also the only [[OfficialCouple Official Couple]] in the first season aside from Usagi and Mamorou, [[BuryYourGays even if they don't make it to the end]].
* Both Arthur and Shalott of ''Manga/AirGear''. Arthur is a masochist who pelvic thrusts against his male opponent Agito and nibbles on his ear while fighting him. He also has flamboyant mannerisms, speaks in a polite manner, and frequently releases heart marks whenever he's reveling in the feeling of pain. Shalott is a loli who wears a frilly looking dress and [[UnsettlingGenderReveal reveals to Agito]] that he's actually a [[DudeLooksLikeALady girly-looking guy]] who is in a BDSM type relationship with Arthur. The end of chapter 279 has him pin Agito to the ground and straddle him, saying after he tortures him then Agito can "lick it" if he wants.
* In ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'', we have a subverted example: Kanryu Takeda. The ''historical'', RealLife [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Takeda_Kanryusai Kanryusai Takeda]] (on whom he is heavily based) ''was'' a well-known homosexual (and all-around bad guy), but Nobuhiro Watsuki didn't see how that fit into his fictional story, and so it is not mentioned in-story. Though he did wonder how it would have been different if he had managed to work it in. (Which he [[WordOfGay mentions in]] [[AllThereInTheManual his notes.]])
* The two hairdressers in ''Manga/VampireDoll''.
* A half human half spider hybrid who appears in the first OVA of ''Angel's Feather''. When he appears he wraps Shou up in his web, caresses him, gets close to his face, sticks his finger in his mouth, and [[LecherousLicking licks him]] before trying to murder him.
* Rune in ''Manga/KarakuridoujiUltimo''. Infamously pumped UpToEleven in Chapter 21, with him almost raping the main character.
* ''Manga/WildAdapter'': Sekiya Jun.
* Garterbelt from ''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt''. Unfortunate for Brief, who is usually the object of bondage-obsessed Garterbelt's affections.
** [[spoiler: [[TheEndOrIsIt Or IS he]]? The revelation that [[ApocalypseMaiden Brief's penis]] is [[ArtifactOfDoom Hellsmonkey]] gives his seemingly lecherous actions a whole new meaning. Flashbacks also show [[DepravedBisexual him with]] [[CampStraight female prostitutes]], so [[WildMassGuessing it's entirely possible]] that he [[InvokedTrope invoked this trope]] to conceal his true agenda]].
** Then again, he is shown visiting numerous gay clubs for his own pleasure, so his interest in young boys is genuine.
* Naoe of ''LightNovel/MirageOfBlaze''. He's a StraightGay but he's also quite the {{Yandere}} in regards to Kagetora whom he nearly rapes and was tempted to kill himself and Kagetora so that Kagetora will never belong to anyone else. He also tries to MurderTheHypotenuse and says he wants to keep Kagetora for himself, and tries to plant [[ForcefulKiss Forceful Kisses]] on Kagetora. In the novels it's hinted that he's a rapist.
* Krad of ''Manga/DNAngel''. He's a homicidal {{Bishonen}} and has tons of obsessive HoYay towards his host Satoshi (though he doesn't mind it if he hurts Satoshi) and FoeYay towards Dark (whom he tries to kill numerous times).
* In chapter 6 of ''LightNovel/{{No6}}'' a greasy old corpse collector hits on Shion and promises him food and drink, and clearly has bad intentions. Shion initiates the GroinAttack on him to escape from him.
* ''Anime/DevilMayCryTheAnimatedSeries'' features [[FatBastard the Prison Warden]] who hits on Dante in one scene. It's also hinted that he gets up to PrisonRape with the inmates.
* Tomoe's boyfriend (and later husband) Kurokawa from ''Manga/{{Challengers}}'' and ''Manga/TheTyrantFallsInLove'' is really a perfectly nice guy. However, his homophobic KnightTemplarBigBrother, Souichi, doesn't see it that way and a lot of the comedy of the series is derived from him trying to murder Kurokawa at every opportunity for "corrupting" his brother.
* [[BaldOfEvil Muraku]] [[EpicFlail Matsumoto]] from ''Manga/{{Gamaran}}''. His routine is the following: falling in love with a very powerful opponent, maim him to death to "show him his love" and then scalp him and add his hair to his special hair-woven chainmail.
* Angelo Sauper from ''GundamUnicorn'', one of the few canonically gay characters in the ''{{Gundam}}'' series, isn't especially perverted but he is very, ''very'' angry and won't hesitate to slaughter anybody who stands in the way of his commander and love interest Full Frontal in the most vicious ways available to him.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Subverted by the Pied Piper in ''ComicBook/TheFlash''. His orientation isn't revealed until he's been established as an AntiVillain who helps the homeless and has become on fairly good terms with Wally West. Further defied when Wally speculates that the Joker is one of these; Piper is highly skeptical.
* "The pope" from ''ComicBook/GiveMeLiberty'', a gang boss inside the Cabrini-Green ghetto/prison. His henchmen originally kidnapped MarthaWashington for rape because she was disguised as a boy.
* ''ComicBook/TheSandman'': The Corinthian likes guys. Also, he likes [[EyeScream guys' eyes]]. Whether these two are connected, I am unsure. Either way. He's not particularly camp and the only suggestion (outside of the continuation of stories in ''The Dreaming'') that he's homosexual usually center around his choice of victims (it helps that he takes a distinct relish in [[MemeticMolester despoiling innocence]] that implies eye-taking is at ''least'' as good as sex for him). WordOfGod says that he is in fact gay.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Fanfic]]
* [[Manga/DeathNote L]] is this in ''Fanfic/AllYouNeedIsLove'' ([[StealthParody mocking his]] [[SlashFic usual]] [[MemeticSexGod fanfic]]-[[MemeticMolester characterization.]]) Forget detective work or solving the Kira case-L's true motivation is to get Light in the sack!
* In the famous ''[[Literature/TheHungerGames Hunger Games]]'' fanfic, ''The Capitol Games'', Antony, the District 1 mentor for Liotta and Jason, is kind of somewhat very obsessed with Jason. Not in a good way.
* Mukuro in the ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'' SlashFic "Homecoming" when we see him try to sexually assault [[ButtMonkey Tsuna]].
* Sasuke of ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'' sometimes gets this characterization in SlashFic with Naruto which is best expressed with him sometimes attempting to rape or harassing Naruto. In the SlashFic "Purple" by kodak-85 for example he attacks and rapes Naruto.
* Knuckles of ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' in the fanfic Fanfic/PrisonIslandBreak. And it's not just to fulfil the PrisonRape trope. It's stated very firmly that he's in prison because he raped ''men.''
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* Forte from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeastTheEnchantedChristmas''. His obsession with Beast and desire to drive off any competition comes across more and more like a jilted lover as the movie goes on.
-->'''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick''': "He has this bizarre co-dependent crush on the Beast and just ''loves'' him getting emo."
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* In Film/{{Nymphomaniac}}, the only male homosexual in the movie is also a pedophile, while the film's only same-sex relationship is female and quickly turns into a potentially homicidal flavor of PsychoLesbian.
* ''Film/{{Skyfall}}'' features an oddly lisping and bleach blonde Silva menacingly rubbing Bond's thighs. The most spectacular part of this scene, however, is Bond's reaction. [[spoiler:With typical unruffled Bond demeanour, he says, "What makes you think this is my first time?"]]
* ''Film/{{Cruising}}'', starring AlPacino, is about a cop chasing a gay serial killer through the UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity {{Leatherman}} community, circa 1980. It's implied that being around S&M turns Pacino's character gay, and possibly murderous as well. The film did have a disclaimer at the start that the movie was not in any way representative of all gay men, to try to calm the protests that arose after its premiere.
* Zed, the rapist from ''Film/PulpFiction''.
* Creator/AndyWarhol was portrayed in this manner (by Guy Pierce!) in ''Factory Girl'' (2006). So much so that [[http://www.agonybooth.com/recaps/Factory_Girl_2006.aspx one reviewer]] referred to the character as "Andy Warhol, or, as this film wants you to know him, Darth Warhol."
* The 1961 short film ''Boys Beware'', produced by Sid Davis. It was intended to be shown in high schools to warn teenage boys about the dangers of gay men. This film has become famous on the internet for lines such as ''"What Jimmy didn't know was that Ralph was sick. A sickness that was not visible like smallpox, but no less dangerous and contagious -- a sickness of the mind. You see, Ralph was a homosexual."'' Another fun element: the [[ValuesDissonance violent contrast]] between the hysterical condemnation of homosexuality and the unconditional endorsement it gives the practice of hitchhiking.
** Even more dissonant is that the way Ralph acts (very touchy) is not the problem even though today someone who gave young boys a ride and pats on the back would certainly be assumed to be a pedophile or at least creepy instantly.
* ''Film/TheXFilesIWantToBelieve'' is guilty of this, with Callum Keith Rennie's serial killer kidnapping young women to build his boyfriend a girl-body. One has to hope that said boyfriend is actually a {{Transsexual}} and that said serial killer is actually ''bisexual'' because otherwise... well... slight ''problems'' might arise in the relationship. Add that to the plot of the evil psychic gay pedophile priest in the movie and it probably should have been called "The X-Files: I Want to Believe Gay People Are Evil". At least the pedophile priest seems to be genuinely repentant of his crimes. He did admit to [[spoiler:cutting his own balls off]] after all.
* The {{Flanderization}} of the eponymous character of ''Film/{{Bruno}}''. He's ostensibly not a villain, but Bruno became so horny to all other men that it would make ANYONE want to get away from him. So the "undercurrent of homophobia" in American society that Sacha Baron Cohen was trying to expose mostly comes off as sane people reacting normally to an unbelievably offensive living stereotype. The film really did more harm than good for the gay community.
* Parodied and subverted in ''Film/CecilBDemented'', where sadistic hairdresser Rodney takes his frustration over being ''heterosexual'' out on other people by abusing them physically.
* Any film of the [[Literature/TheBible Easter story]] portrays King Herod thus.
** As a matter of fact, all records that mention his sexuality present Herod as a raging heterosexual hedonist with several wives and concubines, with the idea of him being gay a slander started by his enemies.
* ''Film/{{Irreversible}}'' has a whole club full of these, one of which is a nasty piece of work called le Tenia, 'the Tapeworm'. [[spoiler: Despite his orientation, he's the one who rapes and beats Creator/MonicaBellucci's character, Alex.]]
* In ''Film/DiamondsAreForever'', [[BigBad Blofeld's]] two chief assassins, [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd]], are heavily implied to be in a homosexual relationship.
* Van Damme's henchman Leonard in ''Film/NorthByNorthwest'' is subtly this ([[WordOfGay according to Martin Landau, the actor who played him]]). He's jealous of Eve Kendall's relationship with his boss and says things like "Call it my woman's intuition, if you will".
* Bruno Antony, the villain from ''Film/StrangersOnATrain'', has overtones of this trope, what with his [[OedipusComplex unusual relationship to his mother]] and his obessessive attitude toward hero Guy Haines.
* The case of real life thrill-killers and literal {{Nietzsche Wannabe}}s Nathan Leopold, Jr. and Richard Loeb has been depicted a couple of times on film. [[Creator/AlfredHitchcock Hitchcock's]] ''Rope'' is a fictionalized version, with most of the homosexual overtones {{subtext}}ual; Tom Kalin's ''Swoon'' is more explicit and adheres more literally to the real-life case.
* ''Film/TheWatcher'': David Allen Griffin.
* Buffalo Bill in ''Film/TheSilenceOfTheLambs'' [[IncrediblyLamePun straddles]] this and VillainousCrossdresser.
* The villain of the Walter Matthau film ''The Laughing Policeman'', who is revealed to have committed a series of murders, including spraying dozens of innocent people on a bus with machine gun fire, in order to keep from being outed.
* Sebastian in ''Film/MeetTheFeebles'' isn't exactly a villain and is definitely more sympathetic than a lot of the other characters, but he bullies the cast members, forces Robert to replace the assistant the drugged-up knife-thrower accidentally killed, and thinks nothing of singing an elaborate ode to sodomy, complete with appropriate props and ostentatious pelvic thrusts, on a family-oriented variety show.
* In ''Film/JeepersCreepers'', the Creeper is popularly described as this, since it really only seems interested in male victims, which it has a penchant for acting lewd towards (gestures, winking, licking windows, etc.) At least one review of the second film described it as "a demonic Jeffrey Dahmer".
* Stu from ''[[Film/{{Scream 1996}} Scream]]'' (1996) seems to be labeled this a lot.
* Crazy Larry from ''Film/LayerCake'', with his penchant for raping and murdering other men.
-->'''Crazy Larry''': "Fucking females is for poofs."
* Charles Laughton (who was gay) as Emperor Nero in ''The Sign of the Cross''. Subverted in that he liked to play the role, and stated that it was better for him than a month of therapy.
* The 1976 pirate movie ''Swashbuckler'' has Peter Boyle playing the evil homosexual governor who is tyrannizing Jamaica. His effeminate boy lover dies by falling into his ridiculously impractical weapon during the finale, when he tries to attack the hero from behind.
* In the 1987 thriller ''Film/NoWayOut'', Scott Pritchard, Defense Secretary David Brice's aide, helps him cover up his involvement in the death of his mistress. As the situation devolves, Pritchard becomes increasingly psychopathic until, at the end, it is revealed that he's been harboring an UnrequitedLove for Brice. He [[DrivenToSuicide commits suicide]] upon being rejected.
* In ''Deathtrap'', [[spoiler: the Michael Caine and Christopher Reeve characters turn out to be lovers who conspire to murder Caine's wife.]]
* Sebastian Venable in ''Suddenly, Last Summer'', written by {{Tennessee Williams}}.
* Coach Schneider in ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreetPart2FreddysRevenge'' is a sexually predatory gay man working as a gym coach at a high school. He abducts Jesse when he sees him in a gay bar, and it is implied that he was about to rape him [[spoiler:before Freddy intervened and killed Schneider.]]
* Inverted in ''Film/{{Clue}}''. Mr. Green says he is being blackmailed for being gay, but is also the only one of the main characters who was never involved in any illegal activity. While the others were being blackmailed for things like war profiteering, rape, and murder, his only "crime" was being homosexual. [[spoiler:Even in the third ending, wherein ''everyone'' killed someone, his only victim was the villain, Wadsworth...and then he says he's not really gay.]]
* ''Film/ScaryMovie'':
** Ray is [[TransparentCloset so gay it hurts]], even though he tries to deny it. He shows his depraved side when he rapes a MonsterClown puppet who ''really'' [[MuggingTheMonster chose the wrong victim]]. It's [[BlackComedyRape played for laughs]].
** Bobby from the first film is an odd example in that his crimes ''aren't'' sexual in nature, but he only becomes a serial killer after Cindy denies him sex and he realizes that he and Ray (his partner in the killing spree) are gay soulmates. Ray denies the accusation however--with increasing implausibility, as Bobby notes all the things they do together, up to and including going down on each other.
* Series/InfoMania discusses the UnfortunateImplications of this trope in its ''That's Gay'' segment, as seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0fCyTSuIHQ here]], with specific examples throughout film history.
--> We're here, we're queer, we're [[StealthPun homo-cidal]] maniacs!
* ''Film/{{Warlock}}''. He is a sadistic satan-worshipping sorceror, "the rudest of them all", and the first thing he does upon being transported to our time and given shelter by a gay dude, is murder his hapless host by ''biting off his tongue'' in what looks like a sensual kiss and then (implied) raping him to death.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Literature]]
* This trope probably has its origins in ''The Green Carnation'', a truly libelous roman a clef written in the 1890s and featuring villains based on OscarWilde and his lover Alfred "Bosie" Douglas who plot to defraud a young widow of her fortune. They are assisted by a kind of YaoiFangirl based on Wilde's real-life FagHag Ada "Sphinx" Leverson.
* Another early example was E. W. Hornung's ''Raffles'' stories. Hornung intended the stories to subvert the glamor of the GentlemanThief; Raffles was no RobinHood in the original stories, just a criminal. Although expressed very discreetly between the lines, the relationship between Raffles and his pathetically submissive sidekick/victim Bunny Manders was definitely homosexual (see discussion under HoYay/Literature). The way Raffles is shown relating to Bunny is definitely exploitative and abusive. Hornung was frustrated that his readers insisted on seeing Raffles as glamorous anyhow; his later stories, where he portrayed Raffles more brutally, were less popular. More recent takes on Raffles invariably go the Robin Hood, detective, or other hero route.
* Djuna Barnes's RuleAbidingRebel book ''Nightwood'' portrays all gay men as being like this. The women are {{Psycho Lesbian}}s.
* Creator/BernardCornwell portrays precisely three gay characters in the Literature/{{Sharpe}} series. One, Lord Pumphrey, is a ruthless, CampGay secret agent who [[spoiler: has Sharpe's ex-lover and unborn child murdered to protect "information that might...embarass His Majesty's Government.]] A favourite habit of his is to draw his finger across his throat slowly when giving instructions. The other two are a pair Spanish officers in Chile - the cowardly and deceitful Captain Martinez and the psychotic Captain-General Baptista. [[spoiler: Their relationship (and Baptista) does not survive Richard Sharpe]].
* Dyan Ardais in Marion Zimmer Bradley's ''Literature/{{Darkover}}'' series, although he eventually redeems himself somewhat.
* Baron Vladimir Harkonnen in ''Literature/{{Dune}}''.
* There's only one character in the ''Elenium'' trilogy by DavidEddings who is confirmed to be homosexual, and that's Baron Harparin. He's a noted pederast. When he gets beheaded toward the end of the series, one character comments that a whole generation of little boys will probably remember the knight who killed him in their prayers every night.
** Subverted though in the fact it's made clear that it's Harparin's pederasty the characters have a problem with, rather than his homosexuality.
*** Although sympathetic homosexual characters appear later on in ''The Tamuli''. Granted, they largely fall under BuryYourGays.
* James Ellroy's ''The Big Nowhere'' is chock-full of these. One uses the gay escort service he runs to out and blackmail his clients; another, a closeted actor, sexually abuses his own son; and the son himself [[spoiler:goes on to become a SerialKiller]]. The only sympathetic gay man in the entire book, [[spoiler:Danny Upshaw]], kills himself to avoid being outed.
* Terry Goodkind's ''Literature/TheSwordOfTruth'': Darken Rahl's flunky is a pederast who cannot remember how many boys he has molested. Rahl, who knows this, nevertheless uses him to acquire boys to be killed in a special kind of ColdBloodedTorture that [[VirginPower requires that the victim be a virgin]].
* Deconstructed in Armistead Maupin's novel ''Maybe the Moon'' (set in 1990), in which a StraightGay actor plays a cop chasing a StereotypeGay killer in a movie. His boyfriend is pissed.
* Claggart in HermanMelville's ''Billy Budd''. It's his FreudianExcuse.
* The killer in the ElleryQueen novel [[spoiler: ''The Last Woman in His Life''.]]
* [[spoiler: a monk named Ambrose]], in Candace Robb's medieval mystery ''The Apothecary Rose'' (the next book, however, contains a sympathetic character (Martin Werther) who is gay. Secretly).
* Leslie Marmon Silko's ''Almanac of the Dead'' received some criticism for this as several of the main villains are gay.
* ''Literature/AnnoDracula'' has Vardalek, a diseased, murderously sadistic member of the Carpathian Guard.
* Miles Mellough, a PsychoForHire and the main character's longtime nemesis in the satiric ''The Eiger Sanction''. He comes complete with a home base in San Francisco and a poodle named "Faggot." Apparently, quite a few people have assumed he was just as soft as he acted, to their peril.
* Averted in ''Literature/{{Outlander}}'' by Diana Gabaldon: there is seemingly a textbook example of this in the form of moustache-twirling villain Captain "Black Jack" Randall, who lusts after, pursues, and then tortures and repeatedly rapes the novel's hero, Jamie Frasier. However, there is also a heroic character who is gay in subsequent novels. In any case, Randall isn't evil because he's gay (bisexual, to be more precise), he's evil because he's a sadistic rapist. Gabaldon has plenty of sleazy gay characters, but they're no worse and no better than the straight ones.
* The fact that some readers read this trope ([[AllGaysArePedophiles amongst others]]) into Katherine Kerr's ''Literature/{{Deverry}}'' series is one of the reasons that she released a [[{{Retcon}} revised edition]] of the second book ''Darkspell''. In the original version, the evil mage Alastyr rapes his apprentice Sarcyn and his younger brother. When Sarcyn has grown to adulthood, the two are shown abducting a man and [[RapeAsDrama raping him repeatedly]]. (They draw magical powers from this act.) This led some readers to conclude that Alastyr was intended to be an [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot evil gay pedophile rapist]] [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking wizard]]. One of the revisions Kerr made was to change Sarcyn's brother into a sister, to drive home the point that no, Alastyr's crime is not homosexuality, it's that he's a child molester. Likewise, Sarcyn is shown to be sexually interested in [[AnythingThatMoves both men and women]] - it's not that he's straight or gay or even [[BiTheWay bisexual]] but that his sexuality is, in [[WordOfGod Kerr's own words]], "a mess". Growing up in a brothel and then getting molested as a child has left him unable to develop a healthy attitude towards sex.
* The boy killer in ''Apt Pupil'' from Creator/StephenKing's ''Literature/DifferentSeasons'' anthology is implied to have latent homosexual feelings. The 1998 movie adaptation hints at the possibility but makes it more ambiguous. (Additionally, the movie presents the boy as a much more sympathetic character than in the book, more a confused kid who's sucked into a situation he can't handle than an unrepentant sociopath.)
* All homosexuals in Creator/MarquisDeSade's books fit the trope, although this is probably meant to be ironic nod at the values of his time, as good Marquis was himself bisexual, and all characters who aren't innocent victims are depraved monsters regardless of their sexual preference anyway in his stories. There is a social message in there if you squint hard enough.
* Bone and Chair, the stand-ins for TheMadHatter and the March Hare in Patrick Senecal's take on ''Literature/AliceInWonderland,'' ''Literature/{{Aliss}}.'' At one point, Aliss watches the two of them having passionate sex [[spoiler: in the midst of the blood and guts of the man they've just horrifically tortured not-quite-to-death.]]
* In ''Literature/DoctrineOfLabyrinths'', antihero protagonist Felix Harrowgate temporarily becomes this [[spoiler: while under the influence of evil rubies]], nearly murdering an anonymous sex partner during a rage blackout. Somewhat undercut as an example by the fact that it takes place in a CrapsackWorld where half the people of any orientation are depraved.
* Jannings, John Tell's boss in ''Sneakers'' who [[spoiler:killed the ghost in the bathroom stall]] in ''Sneakers'' in StephenKing's ''Literature/NightmaresAndDreamscapes''.
* In TheWheelOfTime, Balthamel was always a creep, but once he gets [[spoiler: reincarnated as Aran'gar/Halima, he becomes more omnisexual, or a PsychoLesbian depending on how the reincarnation is perceived, and his/her relationship with Delana is implied to be not consensual. It's also implied that Halima's massages of Egwene might be giving Halima more enjoyment than usual]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* Averted in ''Series/AlloAllo'', where the gay and bisexual German officers tend to be the most genial and harmless of the lot.
* Ambrosius from ''Series/DantesCove''.
* ''Series/CriminalMinds'' had an... interesting variant on the "evil because they're gay" thing. The [=UnSub=] in "In Heat" was filled with ''so much'' {{Gayngst}} that it drove him insane and made him kill other gay men, so he could steal their identities and live their lives to escape his own. His anger was mainly due to his father's behavious, beating him and berating him because he was gay, rather than him being gay. In fact once the BAU learns everything, they are clearly more disgusted with the father than the [=UnSub=].
** The [=UnSub=] in "Identity" had a meek, gay accomplice who helped the killer because he was obsessively in love with him (the team note that, in the videos the accomplice made of the killer torturing his victims, he seemed more focused on the killer's chest and abs than the victims). When the killer commits suicide, the accomplice goes insane and tries to become him.
* Parodied in ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDIeM2giy60 with the "mollusk" sketch]]:
--->'''Live Documentary''': The whelk is nothing but a homosexual of the worst kind. This gay boy of the gastropods, this queer crustacean, this mincing mollusk, this [[CampGay screaming, prancing, limp-wristed queen]] of the deep MAKES ME SICK!!!
* Generally screwed around with - arguably averted or played straight, though the conditions of neither are met entirely - in ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'' with Jim, introduced as a camp gay with a high-pitched voice whose underwear sticks out of his trousers and who gives Sherlock his phone number. Later, Jim is revealed to be [[spoiler:James Moriarty. He claims that he has been playing gay for Sherlock, but since he continues to act in much the same fashion as he did before and continues to flirt with Sherlock, it's difficult to say whether or not he qualifies as a Depraved Homosexual.]]
* ''PicketFences'' - In the episode [[spoiler: Be My Valentine]], it turns out that [[spoiler:The serial killer known as "Cupid" turns out to be both Barry and Ben. In the version that I saw, they were raping their female victims with a dildo because they would never use their own penises (though it's not in the Hulu version, so they're not {{Depraved Bisexual}}s). Bonus points for when Max says "What the hell? That's sick!" When she sees the two men kiss]]
* Crowley from ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' reads as this.[[note]]Which is amusing because Crowley's whole character is a reference to ''Literature/GoodOmens'', where it's Aziraphale people think is [[CampGay gayer than a treeful of monkeys on nitrous oxide]].[[/note]] The rules of the Supernatural universe require a kiss to seal a deal with a demon, and Crowley seems to delight in making deals with men and watching them squirm uncomfortably about it. His relationship with Bobby in particular is incredibly [[HoYay subtext laden]]. He subverts this for about half a season by helping the boys try and stop Lucifer from unleashing the apocalypse, and then [[spoiler: turns out to be one of season six's {{Big Bad}}s]].
** Crowley's extreme amusement at kissing said men might derive partly from the fact that they are far more hesitant to kiss him than they are to ''sell their souls to hell for eternity'', which indicates a seriously demented set of priorities.
* Karofsky from ''Series/{{Glee}}''. A somewhat unusual example, though, since his target is also gay.
** Sandy Ryerson, of the second (at the moment) page quote, is a much less unusual example.
** Sebastian Smythe, despite his target also being another gay, is another [[IncrediblyLamePun straighter]]-playing of the trope, with his stalkerish behavior toward Blaine and aggressive hatred of Kurt.
** Kurt was this in the first season to Finn and Finn being disturbed by it.
* Subverted with Barca, from ''[[Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand Spartacus: Blood and Sand]]''. Although he is a villain, in a sense, he's just a PunchClockVillain who wants to buy freedom for himself and his boyfriend. Gnaeus, on the other hand, is a bona-fide example whose primary role in the series is to [[spoiler: rape and beat Pietros until he commits suicide.]]
* Subverted in a ''Series/LasVegas'' episode by a gay couple when they have Danny and Mike over for some food. They say that the four of them can have ''each other'' for lunch and then dinner, weirding out Danny and Mike, but then admit that they were just messing with them.
* ''Series/{{Banshee}}'' has a flashback to Lucas's time in prison where he was abused by an EvilAlbino inmate. The albino is described by another inmate as "as queer as they come" to indicate that he is not just 'prison gay'. The albino then offers to go easy on Lucas if Lucas willingly has sex with the him. Otherwise the albino will beat up and torture Lucas for the entirety of Lucas's 15 year sentence. Lucas chooses to TakeAThirdOption and [[spoiler: brutally kills the albino in front of the other prisoners]].
* In the ''Series/RedDwarf'' episode "Demons and Angels": Evil Rimmer, dressed like a punk version of [[RockyHorrorPictureShow Dr. Frank N Furter]], tells Lister in his most intimidating voice:
-->"First, I'm going to whip you within an inch of your life. Then... I'm going to have you."
* ''Series/MurdochMysteries'': James Gillies, a BigBad on the series, is strongly hinted to be this trope. In "Midnight Train to Kingston", he [[spoiler:kisses Detective William Murdoch on the mouth for a full three seconds]]. Moreover, when the detective is physically aggressive towards him in "Murdoch in Toyland," Gillies' enthusiastic response is, "Ha ha! This is fun!" Even when Murdoch is about to punch him, the young man still has a big grin. His joy at being "manhandled" is reserved ''solely'' for Murdoch, however, as James becomes fearful the instant Inspector Brackenreid takes over the [[JackBauerInterrogationTechnique violent interrogation]]. Gillies' glee at being subjected to Murdoch's rough treatment in this episode suggests that he is attracted to the detective because he doesn't enjoy being beaten up by anyone else.
* Todd in ''CoronationStreet'', who took great delight in breaking up a straight relationship by seducing the husband - just before the wife walked in, accompanied by an estate agent on a house-viewing.
* ''{{Series/Misfits}}'': Greg the probation worker. He's creepy in general, but starts attempting to seduce Finn after he sees Alex having sex with him (long story). At one point he also mentions having beaten up a young man who rejected his advances.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Music]]
* The title character of Music/NickCave's "Stagger Lee" (although not in the traditional version).
* Timo Maas's "Pictures" is about a homosexual child pornographer.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Mythology & Religion]]
* In [[Literature/TheBible The Book of Genesis]], Sodom is an entire city of these according to the literalist (from the text of the story alone) interpretation. When two angels visit to warn [[TokenGoodTeammate Lot]] of the city's destruction, ''every single man'' in town comes to his door, demanding to rape them ForTheEvulz.
** An alternate interpretation, however, is that the men of the city raped outsiders as an act of domination and humiliation and only refused the daughters because the daughters were residents and the townsmen would then have to take them as wives, in a combination of ''extreme'' xenophobic hatred and PragmaticVillainy. In fact, they may have had no interest in consensual sex with them at all, which would have made it a case of SituationalSexuality. Furthermore, when the town is mentioned in other books of the Bible, nothing sexual listed among the reasons for its destruction.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* Slaanesh worshippers in the ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}/Warhammer'' universes are often depicted this way. They have moved beyond homosexuality and will hump AnythingThatMoves once just to see what it is like. However, in what may or may not be an example of UnfortunateImplications, Slaanesh worshipers are the only characters in the Warhammer continuities who ever even hint at being gay. Creating an impression that ALL homosexuals end up as drug-addled false-idol-fondling heathen devil-pagans having wild drug-fueled orgies with men, women, beasts, aliens, mutants, demons and whatever else has a conveniently sized hole in it.
** Given the Empire's large and powerful ChurchMilitant and the Imperium's attitude to, well, everything, it can probably be assumed that anyone even suspected of being gay is burned. Possibly on the grounds of "we need you to breed more troops so don't be gay".
*** The Ravenor books depict gay people as citizens in Imperial society. The best explanation seems to be that some worlds may have laws or social conventions against homosexuality, and others don't. The Imperium is a big place after all.
** You obviously haven't read enough SlashFic... wait, [[RuleThirtyFour nevermind]].
** That's why we have Literature/CiaphasCain, which has a number of gay characters. None are evil.
*** However, Ciaphas Cain is a work of parody so it is questionable if the books can be considered hard Canon.
*** Technically, none of the novelizations are hard canon, and the sourcebooks don't really go into the Depraved Homosexual Slaaneshi cultist thing to any noticible extent.
*** Everything 40k related that has the Gamesworkshop logo or the logo of one of their subsidiaries is canon. Even the things that contradict each other. And the Cain books aren't really a parody so much as FlashMan [[RecycledInSpace IN SPAAAAAAAAAAAAACE!]]
** Given that the whole deal with Slaanesh is the pursuit of perfection and beauty to the point of cosmic horrorterror parody, slaaneshi cultists are less depraved homosexuals and more depraved bisexuals, or omnisexuals rather (they really will do [[AnythingThatMoves anything that moves]]) The likelihood of negative portrayal of homosexuals in the Imperium is still high but also depends on the planet's culture and the local ecclesiarchy, needless to say however it would be not be unreasonable to assume the Inquisition and the church would keep a close eye on sexual morality because, well, Slaanesh is kind of really insidious that way. The Eldar however would likely persecute it very hard with their very low population growth rate (what with their fertility goddess being captured by Nurgle and all) they'd likely try to encourage population growth very heavily.
** There is absolutely no reason to believe that the Eldar harbour homophobic tendencies, or that their hyper-advanced culture would entertain such ridiculous human misconceptions as homosexuality being either chosen or related to population growth. Nor are they obsessed with breeding - quite the reverse in fact. What the (craftworld) Eldar are deeply concerned with is suppressing their natural emotional excesses and living a strictly ordered life to avoid She Who Thirsts. The cultures of the Craftworlds would likely make any form of sexual expression highly ritualised and restricted. Though these aspects of Eldar society have never been explored, and are thus pure speculation.
* In ''Vampire: The Requiem'' clanbook ''Ventrue: Lords Over The Damned'', readers are introduced to the Ventrue Prince Sylvain Vioget, who uses the Dominate discipline to turn a heterosexual vampire who mocks him into a submissive BDSM slave. Like much of the content in the clanbooks, it's unclear whether this is meant to be disturbing, titillating, or both.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Theater]]
* Roy Cohn from ''Theatre/AngelsInAmerica''. Probably falls more under TruthInTelevision though, since he's one of two characters based off of real people, and also a StrawHypocrite who believes his [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections "clout"]] puts him above oppression and social stigma most gay men in the play have to deal with. Joe is also painted as a "bad guy" of sorts because he agreed to work for Cohn, but he really is more [[ArmoredClosetGay insecure]] than depraved.
* [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation Some critics believe]] that Iago is one of these in the Shakespeare play ''Theatre/{{Othello}}'', driven to destroy Othello because of his unrequited homosexual love for the Moorish general.
** A similar interpretation has been applied to Hermia's father in ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream'', who is unusually...determined to see her married off to the guy ''he'' wants. A lot of people believe that he was actually in love with Lysander himself and forcing Hermia to marry him (with threats of imprisonment in a convent and death) was as close as he could get.
*** Well, Shakespeare opened that door himself. ''You have her father's love, Demetrius; let me have Hermia's; do you marry him.'' Especially the way Dick Powell delivers that line.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Video Games]]
* A minor but highly-determined villain, the jailer Mohosa, casts lecherous glances and none-too-vague innuendo at the boy-faced heroes of ''VideoGame/VandalHearts 2''. This is only after he shows his TrueColors, sometime after you find out he has the [[DudeShesLikeInAComa catatonic prince-apparently locked in his private quarters]].
* Lieutenant Yaha, the guardian of the District of Precious Light in ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}} 2''. He made a pact with the gnomes, giving him the ability to beguile and charm anyone who looked him in the eyes, but the price he paid was that he lost the ability to feel pleasure. He makes very "interesting" comments during his boss battle, and it's heavily implied that he had a romantic relationship with one of your allies, [[TheFool Urick]].
* Sander Cohen in ''VideoGame/{{BioShock|1}}'', is implied to be both homosexual ''and'' depraved prior to arriving in Rapture, with rumors of young men disappearing around him and his 'project' of undressed proteges 'performing' scenes from ''Caligula's'' life. He's ''definitely'' depraved ([[CaptainObvious and still homosexual]]) once Rapture starts falling apart, since the 2K Games-approved novel mentions him [[{{Squick}} forcing a teenage boy to fuck an octopus]] at a 'wild party.'
* Done tragically with Abul Nuquod in ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedI''. His sexuality ''does'' drive him to mass-murder and joining conspiracy to take over the Holy Land, but specifically because the culture he lives in and Islam in general call him an "abomination" and cause him to be the object of shame and scorn despite his generosity and lavish parties.
* What [[MauveShirt little]] we learn about Major Raikov in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'' is that he's gay and beats up his men for fun, and will molest Big Boss if you stand him in front of him. He gets a little more characterisation in ''Portable Ops'', but not much (Oddly, he's become a kind of EnsembleDarkHorse, and his relationship with [[DepravedBisexual Colonel Volgin]] is kind of sweet).
* Somewhat implied in ''VideoGame/FireEmblem: The Sword of Seals'', with a highly effeminate duo of bandits (with equally effeminate names--Maggie and Rose) that attacks the party in the desert in one chapter. Completely irrelevant to the plot, however, so it's just for uncomfortable humor.
* One possible interpretation of [[BlondGuysAreEvil Jin Kisaragi's]] obsession [[IncestSubtext for his brother]] [[AntiHero Ragna]] in ''VideoGame/BlazBlue''.
* ''VisualNovel/LamentoBeyondTheVoid'': Froud, The Devil of Joy. His ending includes strange use of tentacles.
* Arbitro in ''VisualNovel/TogainuNoChi'', to a horrifying degree. He [[BodyHorror modifies Kau to make him his "dog"]], blinding him, sewing iron rings into his torso, forcing him to hold a bit in his mouth, and keeping him in leather BDSM gear at all times. By the time the story begins, Kau has been under Arbitro's control for so long he acts like an actual dog under his master.
* [[spoiler: Thomas]] in ''Videogame/DeadlyPremonition'' seems like a nice guy at first, but turns out to be in league with the killer, and ends up trying to kill Emily because he believes her to be a romantic rival. Adding to the UnfortunateImplications is the fact that his effeminacy seems to increase in direct proportion to his craziness.
* In ''[[VideoGame/TheWitcher2AssassinsOfKings The Witcher 2]]'', one of the main characters during the chapter 2 is sorcerer Dethmold. During most of his arc, he's rather BadAss, dabbling in necromancy and showing ability to one-shot wraiths by shooting lightning out of his staff, which ends in a cockerel, and generally proves to be a formidable opponent, even if he's somewhat prejudiced against women. In the chapter 3, we learn why. He's gay. When he becomes a villain, all of a sudden, he turns out to be gay, with a sex slave, and terribly incompetent. Upon getting his arm broken, instead of releasing a barrage of magic, he just cries out how precious his arm is. In the end, it looks like game developers decided that making him gay would somehow make him more creepy.
* Captain Vicente De Santa in ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption'' is a yellow-eyed [[SmugSnake bastard]] in the Mexican Army under the command of Col. Augustin Allende, who regularly shoots unarmed civilians, declares the oppressed peasantry to be stupid and backwards, back-stabs his allies in the name of his own ambition and [[spoiler: eventually betrays and tries to kill John Marston]]. He is also ''heavily'' hinted to be a homosexual, in an implied affair with his boss's butler. His fanatical devotion to Col. Allende could also be seen as a form of unrequited love. [[spoiler: He gets [[BuryYourGays executed either by Mexican Rebels or John himself ]] ]].
* Ghiranim comes across as this the first time you fight him in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'', with some signs of DepravedBisexual later on.
* ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath'': Averted with Sergei. [[CampGay Gay]]? Check. [[ForTheEvulz Evil]]? Double check. [[CombatAestheticist Finds beauty in carnage]]? ''Very'' check. [[NoSenseOfPersonalSpace Gets cuddly with his male enemies]]? Nope. Squicky FoeYay with Asura? None whatsoever.
* FarCry3 gives us Buck, the Australian BoisterousBruiser ManlyGay who is also a KnifeNut rapist. He buys your friend Keith to use as a SexSlave (and Keith's obvious trauma afterwards totally averts any DoubleStandardRapeMaleOnMale), and also enjoys dominating [[PlayerCharacter Jason]] whenever he can. His fight with Jason includes the lines "I'll take you bloody if you like. I like my meat rare" and "This is some fucked-up foreplay, eh?"
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Web Animation]]
* It is strongly implied that Benjamin Palmer of ''WebAnimation/BrokenSaints'' has a thing for little boys. WordOfGod practically confirms it.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* The waiter who harasses Hunter in ''Webcomic/SuicideForHire''. Hunter does make it clear that he understands most gay people are not like this ("I don't hate you for what you are, I hate you for who you are"), and the UnfortunateImplications are probably reduced by the fact that a lot of the ''straight'' characters, [[VillainProtagonist including Hunter himself]], are either [[SickSadWorld equally depraved]] or utterly stupid, so [[JustifiedTrope gay people couldn't really expect to be portrayed any differently]].
* The main character's [[EvilTwin evil gay twin]] [[SdrawkcabName Naitsirhc]] from ''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}''. He seems to be evil precisely because he is gay (when he's injected with a homosexuality cure, he instantly becomes a good guy) and the hero is repulsed and unnerved by his very presence. To say that the creator has issues is a massive understatement.
* Lord CJ from ''Webcomic/{{Lizzy}}''. His deeds range from [[http://comics.cyberneticevilstudios.com/pages/1/7a.html ordering henchmen into sucking him off]] and breaking the sheriff [[http://comics.cyberneticevilstudios.com/pages/1/48a.html by kissing him]] to his love for [[http://comics.cyberneticevilstudios.com/pages/1/45a.html flesh-tearing hooks]] and [[http://comics.cyberneticevilstudios.com/pages/1/22a.html brain-licking]])!
* In-story, a TV personality in [[http://the-qlc.com/loserz/go/272 this strip]] of ''Webcomic/{{Loserz}}''.
* Averted in ''Webcomic/OurLittleAdventure''. The main villains [[BigBadDuumvirate Angelo and Brian]] are a homosexual married couple. They are both gay and evil, but they are not Depraved Homosexuals. Their relationship is actually far more caring then one would expect from any evil relationship, and does not have any overtly sexual tones to it. In fact Angelo could be made female without any other change to the comic and the comic would work perfectly well. This is one of the rare examples where the character's being evil appears to be completely independent of the fact that they are homosexual.
* Similarly averted by Turas in ''Webcomic/Unsounded''. Not only is his homosexuality unrelated to his villainy, he is actually one of the more reasonable and pragmatic members of the Red Berry Boys.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Web Original]]
* Appears as #5 on ''{{Website/Cracked}}'''s [[http://www.cracked.com/article_15989_hollywoods-6-favorite-offensive-stereotypes.html list]] of "Hollywood's 6 Favorite Offensive Stereotypes".
* Zabuza from ''WebVideo/NarutoTheAbridgedComedyFandubSpoofSeriesShow''.
* Melvin, Florence, and [[strike:[[TransparentCloset possibly]]]] Marik on ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries''.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GukmQE-WIlM Mr. Bucket]]
* ''Website/TheOnion'' had a (satirical, obviously) story about how some people, who were initially tolerant of homosexuals, started to believe this trope after seeing a gay pride parade ([[http://www.theonion.com/articles/gaypride-parade-sets-mainstream-acceptance-of-gays,351/ link]]).
* ''Internet Story'', a short suspense film on youtube by Adam Butcher possibly [[spoiler: has this as its conclusion]], but it's deliberately left ambiguous as to whether [[spoiler: between a gay guy and a possibly homophobic guy which one was the murderer and which was the victim]].
* The ''WebVideo/BarneyBunch'' videos take this trope UpToEleven.
* Light in ''[[DNAKPTS4TV Death Note: The Abridged Series (Kpts4tv)]]''.
* George Ridgemont from WebVideo/WhereTheBearsAre. One of Wood's admirers, George has cash flow problems because [[spoiler: he molested 26 of his male patients while they were under anesthesia, and they are now suing him.]] And then [[spoiler: he does it to Wood after bailing him out of jail.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* The Booty Warrior from ''ComicStrip/TheBoondocks''. While it's made clear that most of the prisoners present rape each other out of sheer loneliness, The Booty Warrior was already raping men and was happy to go to prison where he could rape inmates.
* Herbert from ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' is a creepy elderly ephebophile who resides just down the street from the Griffin Family and lusts after Chris (to the point of being a StalkerWithACrush). Other episodes show him lusting after other adolescent male characters, and in one episode, the one year old Stewie.
** Stewie, despite being a massive jerkass, has his most depraved moment (burning alive two toddlers) was when he was heterosexual, and in fact was his reaction to discovering unfaithfulness in his heterosexual relationship. So his depravity seems to be independent of his sexuality.
** Nowadays, practically any gay character on ''Family Guy'' will either be a [[AllGaysArePromiscuous creepy, promiscuous]] AnythingThatMoves type, or an outrageously swishing, lisping CampGay. [[BrokenAesop Meanwhile, the writers claim to be supportive of gay culture.]] This is only offset by the fact that pretty much everyone in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' [[CrapsackWorld is a terrible person]].
* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'':
** Mr. Garrison goes through multiple sexualities and identities, always being some depraved version of that: Depraved Closeted Gay, BeastialityIsDepraved, Depraved Homosexual, gets a sex change and becomes Depraved Transsexual, decides he/she hates men and becomes a PsychoLesbian, etc. And then back again.
--> '''Chef:''' Chil'ren, there's a big difference between gay people, and Mr. Garrison. Do you understand that?
** Mr. Slave is a subversion, at least when it comes to humans. He looks the part as he dresses in buttless leather biker wear and has extremely messed up sexual fetishes, but he's actually a nice guy who understands that his twisted perversions (namely his extreme BDSM and jamming living things up his ass) are not things to be emulated.
** Played straight with Saddam Hussein. Interestingly, while {{Satan}} [[FlamingDevil is gay in the show]] and is still the lord of evil, he is ''not'' portrayed as this trope, and was actually on ''the receiving end'' of domestic abuse when dating Saddam.
** Big Gay Al is a total aversion. Despite being an unbelievably fabulous CampGay stereotype he also manages to be one of the nicest characters on the show. Even among the good guy characters, he's one of the very few who never [[KickTheDog Kicks The Dog]].
** Cartman. Jimmy put it best in "Imaginationland".
*** And put on display in "Cartman Finds Love".
* Aversion: Mirage from ''Anime/TransformersEnergon'', who is madly in love with BigBad Galvatron. As tfwiki.net so subtly puts it: "He transforms from a boat into a [[StealthPun ferry]]''. But while Mirage is technically on the bad guy side he's part of the QuirkyMinibossSquad and isn't all that depraved or intimidating.
[[/folder]]


----