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->''"I'm black, gay, and a woman."''
-->-- '''Cynthia-Rose Adams''', ''Film/PitchPerfect2''

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Called a "twofer" by media analysts, and usually spoken of as ''intersectionality'' in a RealLife context. A cast member or show participant who represents two TokenMinority groups at once. More stark when most other participants on a show are white males.

Many news broadcasting teams have a white male, and a female minority member (usually black, Asian, or brown-often of Hispanic heritage). This allows them to have a diverse appearing team even though the number of people on their crew is small. This "twofer" is a practice that is common in the industry, and is commonly criticized by media watchdogs and minority interest groups. In particular, the complaint that comes up frequently is that it limits the roles and jobs available to men of color. Unfortunately, some of these complaints are themselves rife with UnfortunateImplications, since they tend to treat minorities as an either-or phenomenon, so e. g. only heterosexual males count as non-twofer representatives of an ethnic group, while gays and women, as well as members of religious minorities, fall under automatic suspicion.

Of course, women are not actually a minority in terms of numbers, but count as such in media because of the long history of their being marginalized.

Especially when the cast is mixed in its gender, ethnic, religious, etc. makeup, it often happens that you find individuals who belong to several minorities at the same time, e. e. as representative of the "melting pot" of an immigrant society through the children of an ethnically mixed couple.

Also it should be noted that [[TruthInTelevision there can be strong correlations between belonging to one type of minority and another]]. For instance, in a global context, most adherents of non-Christian religions also happen to belong to non-"white" ethnic groups, which from U.S. perspective makes most Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, etc. worldwide automatic "twofers" (and the female ones "threefers"). And strangely enough, many twofers are black and Jewish, yet there is almost no acknowledgment of the Ethiopian Jews (Beta Israel).

Note: Obviously, this trope is '''not''' limited to combining just ''two'' TokenMinority groups.



[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' has Kaname Tosen. He's black and he's [[HandicappedBadass blind]]. What more do you need?
* Simon from ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'' is a black Russian who sells sushi.
* Nathan Seymore from ''Anime/TigerAndBunny'', who is a [[CampGay gay]] black man.
* Jun Honoo from ''Anime/GreatMazinger'' -the sequel to ''Anime/MazingerZ''- and ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}''. She is female, half-black, AND half-foreign (she is the child of a black father and a Japanese mother).
* Alex Benedetto from ''Manga/{{Gangsta}}'' is black and Asian (possibly Chinese).
* Casca from ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' is the only recurring woman who is [[AmbiguouslyBrown not visibly white-European looking.]]

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* The ''Comicbook/XMen'' and their spin-offs contain numerous members of various minorities, so it is no surprise that a great many X-characters belong to several at the same time, especially since the launch of the "All-New All-Different" team in 1975. Note that in the following list minority status may change according to whether persons are in or outside their native country:
** Dr. Cecilia Reyes from is a "threefer": an Afro-Puerto Rican female (technically a "fourfer" once you remember she is a mutant).
** Along similar lines, Armando Munoz AKA Darwin is also Afro-Latino.
** Ororo Munroe, a.k.a. Comicbook/{{Storm}}, daughter of an African-American father and a Kenyan mother. Also, during Claremont's run as writer, there was some rather strong subtext that she's bisexual. She also believes in a mysterious female deity referred to as "Goddess" or "Bright Lady", which makes her an adherent of a (probably fictional) minority religion.
** Nightcrawler: German (especially language-wise), [[UsefulNotes/{{Romani}} Roma]] (by adoption) and a Catholic.
** Sunfire: Japanese and probably Shinto and/or Buddhist. (Which in Japan makes him distinctly part of the majority).
*** The Exiles' Sunfire, an alternate-reality Mariko Yashida, was Japanese, female and homosexual.
** Banshee: The original one an Irish Catholic, his daughter (formerly Siryn) also female.
** Comicbook/KittyPryde: Jewish and female.
** Comicbook/{{Magneto}}: Jewish and (after the writers finally made up their mind) German.
** M (aka Monet St. Croix): A Muslim of French-Algerian parentage who's depicted as AmbiguouslyBrown. Her father is also generally depicted as a black man, making him a black Muslim.
** Karma: Vietnamese immigrant, Catholic, lesbian, and an amputee.
** Sunspot: Brazilian (speaker of Portuguese), son of a black father and a white mother, Catholic.
** Magma: Depending on her origin of mixed Roman and Amerindian descent, also Palaeopagan.
** Jubilee: A Chinese-American woman of indeterminate religion. Also, an [[FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire Undead-American]] and a single mother.
** Psylocke: A white Englishwoman trapped in an Asian body.
** Comicbook/{{Gambit}}: Cajun, American Francophone, Catholic.
** Bishop: African-American, later retconned into being part Australian Aborigine.
** Bling, one of the young Mutants trained at the Xavier Institute, is African American and bisexual. Her crush on Rogue is used as a plot point in one story.
** Indra, one of the Indian recruits, is a Jain, member of a small religious minority not just in America, but also in his native country.
** Colossus in his 1970s and 1980s shape and form: Russian (from Siberia), atheist and communist. Not so remarkable in his native Soviet Union, but quite an assemblage of minorities in New York.
** Original team-member Iceman after a retcon involving his alternate-reality teenage counterpart: Son of a Jewish mother and a non-Jewish father and AmbiguouslyGay.
** Northstar: French-Canadian, Catholic and gay. And now partner in a multiracial same-sex marriage.
* ''Comicbook/TheDefenders'': Magdelena Marie aka Veda from the Order is half German, half Mexican, as well as female. This is somewhat {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d with her dropping her last name (Neuntauben) for the media because people had trouble pronouncing it.
** If you want to get technical, "Calamity" James Wa is an Asian amputee and Sgt. Milo Fields is a black paraplegic, as well.
* Connor Hawke, one of DC's ComicBook/{{Green Arrow}}s, is a mix of White, Black and Korean. Artists and colorists sometimes [[strike: have trouble]] don't bother reflecting this in his depiction.
** Mia Dearden, the second Speedy, is a Twofer: female and HIV positive.
* In ''Comicbook/SupergirlBeingSuper'' Kara Danvers/Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'s friend Dolly Granger is a lesbian, black girl.
* In the [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Bat-Family]], [[ComicBook/{{Batgirl 2000}} Cassandra Cain]] is a Threefer: female, Asian, and has a learning disability due to her torturous childhood. The family also has Oracle (female, handicapped). ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} might count in the context of the Bats: not only is he [[UsefulNotes/{{Romani}} Roma]], but also relatively sane.
* [[CanonImmigrant Renee Montoya]] is the child of first-generation immigrants from the Dominican Republic, Afro-Latina, and a lesbian (So a threefer, maybe a fourfer if we are counting being female as a minority). This served as the focus of an award-winning arc in ''ComicBook/GothamCentral'', which revolved around her involuntary outing, and as an ever-present factor in the background as she tried to make her way in the predominantly white, male Gotham City Police Department.
** She's also an honest cop in Gotham, which is a minority all its own...
* Katherine "Kate" Kane, the new ComicBook/{{Batwoman}}, is a Jewish lesbian with long (and complicated) history with Renee, [[HilariousInHindsight which is ironic]], considering that the ''original'' Batwoman and Batgirl were created in order [[TheBeard to prove that Batman and Robin were not gay]].
* Claremont's ''ComicBook/{{Gen13}}'' run had a threefer - a wheelchair-bound black Muslim. Fourfer if you count his having superpowers.
** And the original ''Gen 13'' had the Apache lesbian Sarah Rainmaker.
* ComicBook/ScarletWitch and ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} from Comicbook/TheAvengers are the children of an Ashkenazi Jewish father (ComicBook/{{Magneto}}) and a [[UsefulNotes/{{Romani}} Roma]] mother.
* Wiccan from the ComicBook/YoungAvengers is both Jewish and gay.
** His boyfriend Hulkling is a gay Kree-Skrull hybrid.
** Gay-Jewish-Mutant-UsefulNotes/{{Romani}} (from his sorta, "it's-a-long-story" mother, Scarlet Witch). Hmm.
** The same series has former {{ComicBook/New Mutant|s}} Prodigy, who is black and bisexual. Same with Miss America (lesbian of Latina descent) and Noh-Varr (Kree-cockroach hybrid, bi/queer).
* Kasper Cole from the ComicBook/BlackPanther comic book series is the child of a white Jewish mother and an African-American father. He ends up fathering a child with his Korean-American girlfriend, who jokingly points out all the trouble the boy will likely end up having due to his unique heritage.
* Monica Chang from ''Comicbook/AvengersAI'' is a Chinese Muslim.
* Laura Dean, in ''ComicBook/AlphaFlight'', is black, pre-pubescent, female, and ''autistic''. Also, a mutant. (Not sure that one should count though, since it doesn't make her a minority either on the team or in the real world.)
** Also in ''Alpha Flight'', Centennial was both black and old (the smallest minority in all of superherodom).
** From the original team, Northstar is gay and mutant.
* The 2011 ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' relaunch introduced Bunker, an openly-gay teenage superhero from Mexico. He is the first gay member of the main Teen Titans branch.
* The ''[[ComicBook/WildCATS WildC.A.T.s]]'' character Voodoo is mixed-race (half-black and half-white) and bisexual. She was also the first black woman to have an ongoing solo series in the [[Franchise/TheDCU DC Universe]].
* In the early 1990s, Franchise/ArchieComics had the short-lived black girl Anita in a wheelchair.
* The 10 ComicBook/CaptainMarVell or ComicBook/MsMarvel codename holders include several twofer token minorities, with all who use the codename being at least either female or alien, or both. In the mainstream comics, the original Mar-Vell, his son, and Noh-Varr are the only males, and all are (Kree) aliens. Several of the women are racial minorities in the United States.
** The first ComicBook/MsMarvel, Carol Danvers, the most well known holder of the names Ms Marvel and Captain Marvel, is a female human/Kree hybrid. At one point she led the Avengers team.
** The second Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau (currently using the name Spectrum), is female and African-American. At one point she also led the Avengers team.
** The fourth ComicBook/{{Ms Marvel|2014}}, Kamala Khan, is female, Pakistani-American, and has Inhuman (alien species) genes. She is also the first Muslim to headline a Marvel comics series.
* Echo (formerly Ronin): Native American, Latina, female, and deaf. Also, a [[SweetPollyOliver cross-dresser]].
* ComicBook/XWingSeries comics don't usually touch on this trope, but "Rogue Squadron 1/2", a short comic taking place just before the run on the Death Star, has four pilots from Red Squadron on a mission. These pilots are Wedge Antilles, [[MauveShirt Biggs Darklighter]], Jek "[[StoutStrength Piggy]]" Porkins, and "Doc" Ceresi. Doc is a Twi'lek woman, though unusually stocky and androgynous compared to [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe how Twi'lek women are usually drawn]], and she's the one who pulls a HeroicSacrifice at the end of the comic. Everyone else is a human male. Everyone in Red Squadron, as seen in ''Film/ANewHope'', is human and male. ''Wedge's Gamble'' later tried to justify this, saying that the Rebellion, in the beginning, was almost entirely a human endeavor, with only a few nonhumans in until the movement started to get off the ground.
** And of course the ''Darklighter'' comic drew Doc as slinky, slender, and clinging to her human male {{WingMa|n}}tes, once again highlighting that one of these things is not like the others.
* Scandal Savage from the ComicBook/SecretSix is a biracial (half white, half Native Brazillian) lesbian.
* The [[TimeTravelTropes time-travelling]] [[Franchise/TheDCU DC Comics]] hero [[http://www.bigredhair.com/chronos/index.html Chronos]] (no, not the supervillain) is Walker Gabriel. He was adopted as a kid and didn't learn his background until years later, although he was obviously non-white. It turns out he's half-Chinese and half-''ancient Mayan.'' His adoptive parents, incidentally, were also a mixed couple, his dad being white and his mother Asian. [[spoiler: In the alternate timeline created when he [[HeroicSacrifice saves his mother's life by erasing his own history,]] they adopt a little white girl, instead.]]
* Sunfire from Judd Winick's run on Marvel's ''ComicBook/{{Exiles}}'' was a Japanese lesbian. She was also in an interracial relationship with an AlternateUniverse version of ComicBook/SpiderWoman.
* In the 90's, DC introduced a character who was half-black, half-Vietnamese. Unfortunately, they named him ''Mongrel''.
* [[ComicBook/NewWarriors The New Warriors]] had Silhouette, who was half-black, half-Cambodian, female, and fought crime [[HandicappedBadass on crutches]].
* In Creator/GrantMorrison's ''ComicBook/SevenSoldiers'', Shilo Norman (long established as [[AffirmativeActionLegacy the black]] [[ComicBook/NewGods Mr Miracle]]) is also AmbiguouslyJewish.
* ''ComicBook/UltimateMarvel'' has introduced [[http://www.geekologie.com/2011/08/miles-morales-the-multicultural-spiderma.php Miles Morales]], a half black, half Latino child, as the new Franchise/SpiderMan.
* Even among the FiveTokenBand cast of the original ''ComicBook/AtariForce'', Li San O'Rourke stood out for being a Chinese/Irish character, just so the writers could squeeze in an extra ethnicity.
* ''ComicBook/DoomPatrol'' has the villainous Monsieur Mallah, who is a ''threefer'' minority: French, homosexual, and a talking gorilla. Yes, [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys there are enough in that last category on DC Earth for it to qualify as a minority rather than happenstance]], they even have their own city in Africa.
* Ren Kimura from ''[[ComicBook/TheDefenders Fearless Defenders]]'' is Japanese-American and a lesbian. She's also an [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Inhuman]].
* Suki Leiber, the main character of ''Goofyfoot Gurl,'' is a teenage surfer girl who is half Jewish, half Japanese.
* ''ComicBook/JemAndTheHolograms'':
** Jetta who is British and black. She was white in [[WesternAnimation/{{Jem}} the original cartoon]] but that was due to ExecutiveMeddling. The executives wouldn't allow a black villain but an EvilBrit one [[AcceptableTargets was fine]]. The comic combines her creators original vision with the fact she is British in the cartoon.
** There is also Blaze, who is a lesbian trans woman.
* Jackson Hyde/Kaldur'ahm, the second Aqualad, is black and gay.
* Comicbook/{{SHIELD}} agent Jake Oh is Korean-American and gay.
* ''Comicbook/VoteLoki'' included a joke about how the title character could become America's first supervillain ''and'' female president. Outside of the joke modern Comicbook/{{Loki}} is established to be [[BiTheWay bisexual]] (Comicbook/YoungAvengers), and [[OtherworldlyAndSexuallyAmbiguous genderfluid]] (Comicbook/LokiAgentOfAsgard) in addition to classically being the fictional minority of [[ChildOfTwoWorlds Jotun-Asgardian]].
* John Weller/Darr the Afflicter in ''Comicbook/{{The 99}}'' uses a wheelchair and is also white.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* In the ''Series/{{Glee}}'' fanfic [[http://archiveofourown.org/series/8386 Story of Three Boys]], Puck mentions a few times that he suppressed his [[ArmouredClosetGay homosexuality]] more or less subconsciously for ''years'', because it was bad enough that he was the poor, Jewish kid whose [[DisappearedDad dad]] [[ParentalAbandonment left]].
* Dr. Warragul Wirrpanda of ''[[Fanfic/BaitAndSwitchSTO Bait and Switch]]'' is of Australian Aboriginal descent, making him effectively black and South Asian simultaneously. He's also the TokenHuman in a command crew otherwise comprised entirely of RubberForeheadAliens (two Bajorans, two Andorians, a Trill, and a Pe'khdar).

* The movie ''Gummo'' had a black, gay, Jewish dwarf.
* ''The Family Stone'' had a deaf, gay son who was dating a black man.
* In the 2008 remake of ''The Women'', Jada Pinkett Smith plays a black lesbian.
* The movie ''Film/ChasingAmy'' includes the character Hooper X, a gay black comic writer posing as a militant black panther {{expy}} in order to sell more comics.
* Dr. Joshua Strongbear Sweet in ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'' is half African-American, half Arapaho.
* In Roger and Hammerstein's 1997 version of ''Film/{{Cinderella}}'', you have a black female for Cinderella (which may or may not count) and the Prince is Asian with a black mother and white father (a threefer).
* Taylor in ''Film/HighSchoolMusical'', black and female.
* In the movie ''Cherish'', there's a character who is a Jewish gay dwarf who is also wheelchair bound. He points out at one point how he seems to be beaten with an unlucky stick.
* In ''Rising Sun'', Tia Carrere (herself a twofer) plays a video footage analyst with mixed African-American and Japanese parentage and a withered hand since birth. She explains that this led to her being ostracized and labeled an outcast in her native Japan.
* Tomboy from ''Film/SurvivalOfTheDead'' is a Black Lesbian which makes her a threefer.
* 15-year-old Leonardo in the Brazilian short film ''Eu Não Quero Voltar Sozinho'' (''I Don't Want to Go Back Alone''): blind and [[spoiler:is also gay.]] He's refreshingly blasé about both matters.
** Same for its feature-length adaption, ''Film/TheWayHeLooks''.
* Mako Mori in ''Film/PacificRim'' is the sole female in the main cast and she is Japanese.
* ''Film/PitchPerfect'': Cynthia Rose is a black lesbian.

* There is an old joke about a Jew and a black man sitting next to each other on a plane. The Jew notices that the other guy is reading a newspaper in Yiddish and quips "Is being black not enough for you?".
* In Brazil, there is one where a black Jew is asked if he suffers, and he answers in [[NationalStereotypes Argentinian]] [[AcceptableTargets accent]], "''[[http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/pibe pibe]]'', vos aún no sabes [[CampGay lo peooorr]]!" ("you don't know the worst part!).
* Comedian Jasper Redd talked about how Atlanta, Georgia had the highest percentage of gay black men in the south:
--> "That's unfortunate. Those are two things you really don't want to be in Georgia. The only way to make that worse is if you were a midget."
* A popular radio show presenter was dropped from commercial radio in the north of England. The reason was that he created an on-air persona intended to be the meanest, tightest, most close-fisted miserly person anywhere in the world. To reinforce the point, he brought together the two ethnicities universally most regarded as being, er, ''careful'' with money, and created the twofer character of Angus [=McGoldstein=] (Scottish and Jewish). Listeners were not amused, and cases were brought.

* Dekka of ''Literature/{{Gone}}'' is a black lesbian. And a Moof, which makes her threefer in the novel's universe. She {{Lampshade|Hanging}}s it.
--> '''Dekka:''' "I'm black and I'm lesbian, so believe me, there are ''always'' lines."
** Also, [[spoiler: Edilio is Honduran and gay.]]
* Susannah Dean of Creator/StephenKing's ''Franchise/TheDarkTower'' is black, female, legless and has multiple personality disorder; notably, every other member of her ka-tet is a white male, except for Oy, who is a billy-bumbler (but Oy is male as well).
* Angua in the Ankh-Morpork City Watch, at least in the first book. Later, other women (mostly dwarves) join the force.
** Played with because only one of her minority statuses is evident. For example, she says "Is this because I'm a w--" and gets cut off before you know she's actually trying to say "[[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent werewolf]]," not "woman."
* In ''Literature/{{Cryptonomicon}}'' by Creator/NealStephenson, the main character has deliberately hired a twofer:
-->"Since most hackers are white males, their companies are disaster areas when it comes to diversity, and it follows that all of the diversity must be concentrated in the one or two employees who are not hackers. In the part of a federal equal-opportunity form where Randy would simply check a box labeled CAUCASIAN, Kia would have to attach multiple sheets on which her family tree would be ramified backwards through time ten or twelve generations until reaching ancestors who could actually be pegged to one specific ethnic group without glossing anything over. And those ethnic groups would be intimidatingly hip ones--not Swedes, let's say, but Lapps, and not Chinese but Hakka, and not Spanish but Basque."
* On the subject of Neil Stephenson, ''Literature/SnowCrash'''s protagonist (named, oddly enough, "Hiro Protagonist") is half black, half Asian. This is referenced multiple times throughout the novel, particularly when a patron of the white supremacist "New South Africa" asks which slur Hiro would prefer to be identified by.
* ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' gives us black Russian man Sanya. Possible threefer, given he's an agnostic ''Knight of the Cross.'' When asked about his past, Sanya noted that he had to be careful when visiting small towns, because he was such an oddity that he caused accidents when motorists took their eyes off the road to stare at him. Of course, this made him quite angry and resentful when he was a young man, which made him an ideal target for the temptations of the [[FallenAngel Denarians]].
* {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d by Reba in ''Literature/RedDragon,'' the novel to which ''Literature/TheSilenceOfTheLambs'' is the significantly better-known sequel. She herself is a blind woman who works for a photographic film processing company; she jokes that between her and another woman, the company managed to pack eight different minorities into two hires.
* John Birmingham's ''Axis of Time'' trilogy featured a female black lesbian naval Captain. Considering the series is about a naval taskforce from 2021 being sent back in time to 1942, it didn't end well for her.
** The female British captain with Pakistani heritage fared better, though it was an uphill battle. Is having two twofers itself a twofer?
* Creator/HollyBlack's ''Literature/ModernFaerieTales'':
** The two brothers from ''Literature/{{Valiant}}'' are Hispanic and African American.
** Luis, who is black and [[spoiler:is also gay]].
* Frank Zhang from ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus'' is Chinese/Canadian with Greek ancestry.
** Sammy is a Mexican-American mortal.
* In ''Literature/GoingBovine'', there's Gonzo, a hypochondriac Mexican dwarf [[spoiler: who is later revealed to be gay]].
* [[NomDeGuerre Nijinsky]] from ''Literature/{{BZRK}}'' by Michael Grant is Asian and gay.
* The ''Literature/MediochreQSethSeries'' takes this UpToEleven with Melz, who is [[AgeWithoutYouth old]], [[HandicappedBadass disabled]], [[CoolOldLady female]], [[ProphetEyes blind]], [[InspirationallyDisadvantaged deaf]] and [[DisabilitySuperpower technically a witch]] when you think about it.
* In ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments'' and ''Literature/TheInfernalDevices'', Magnus Bane is biracial (part Asian) and a self-proclaimed "freewheeling bisexual." And a warlock to boot.
* In ''Literature/IslandInTheSeaOfTime'', Capt. Marion Alston is a black lesbian.
* In ''Literature/{{Dangerous}}'' by ''Creator/ShannonHale'', Maisie Danger Williams is half-Paraguayan on her mother's side, as well as having a deformed hand.
* The protagonist of ''Literature/ReadyPlayerOne'' is BFF with another white young guy like him, at least by judging from his online avatar. [[spoiler:"He" is a black lesbian girl in real life. Also, a threefer if you count obesity too (she describes herself as a "black fat chick").]]
* ''Literature/TheMakoSaga'''s Hamish Lunley is a black GentleGiant who was raised Scottish (he's adopted).
* Luther in ''Literature/TheCandidatesBasedOnATrueCountry'' is a half-black, half-Mexican war veteran with one leg and was is specifically selected as Skip's running mate to be this for the Republican side. The Democrats one-ups them by selecting Ling-Ling: a half-Thai, half-Lebanese lesbian with ''no'' legs.
* ''Literature/TheAmyVirus'': One of Cyan's friends, Eroica Witt, is an autistic lesbian.

[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* ''Series/{{Glee}}''
** Unique is black and transgender.
** Rachel's dads are both gay and Jewish. One of them was black, but this was retconned when he appeared on screen instead of just in a photograph.
** Santana is a Latina lesbian.
** Jake Puckerman is half black and Jewish.
** Blaine is gay and biracial (At least his actor Creator/DarrenCriss is biracial. There've been a few comments on the show that imply Blaine is as well, but his race has never been explicitly stated).
* ''Series/BigTimeRush'' has Kelly who is black and a woman (and also the OnlySaneMan, if you count that)
* ''Celebrity Big Brother Australia'', had Anthony Mundine, an Aboriginal Muslim.
* Australia "I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here", has also featured Mundine.
* ''Series/GreysAnatomy'':
** Thanks to racial blind-casting, Dr. Cristina Yang is Korean, Jewish-turned-atheist, and dyslexic. The explanation is that her Korean mother married a Jewish man after Cristina was born and thus the whole family converted. Now if ONLY the TV show could've been less afraid of showing gay people... Cristina is also the academic equivalent of a Twofer - a [=Ph.D.=]-M.D.
** Callie Torres, is Latina and bisexual.
** In season 9, there is Arizona Robbins: lesbian and amputee.
* ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Star Trek]]'':
** Probably the most notable and obvious example is Uhura who was black and female (and was almost the only recurring character with either of these characteristics).
** Hikaru Sulu has both Japanese ''and'' Filipino racial origins, intended to represent all of Asia to the audience. Sulu was intended to be of solely Japanese origin. It was only when the producers found out Sulu wasn't a Japanese name they changed his origin to Japanese/Filipino.
*** In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', it's revealed that he's also gay.
* Hoshi on ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' (Asian and female).
* Geordi [=LaForge=] on ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' (black and blind).
* Dr. Bashir from ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' (Middle Eastern, AmbiguousDisorder, [[spoiler: augment]]). Also Dax (genderfluid, pansexual--although these things seem to be common among joined Trill, they're not common among the humans and Bajorans that make up most of the series cast) and Garak ([[WordOfGay queer]], mentally ill, and an [[spoiler: illegitimate child]], the last of which is an ''extremely'' marginalized group among Cardassians to the point where it's considered merely an unfortunate unpleasantness rather than a crime to ''murder them''.)
* B'Elanna Torres on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' (Latino, female, Klingon).
* Michael Burnham (black and female, raised as a Vulcan) and Dr. Hugh Culber (Latino and homosexual) on ''Series/StarTrekDiscovery''. Also Captain Philippa Georgiou (Asian and female).
* Juan Epstein on ''Series/WelcomeBackKotter'', a Puerto Rican Jew.
* ''Series/SpinCity'':
** Carter (black and gay). {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in an episode where Carter refers to himself as a minority and a character sarcastically remarks "What do you mean, a "minority"? You're black and you're gay. You cover up two thirds of the Earth's surface. You're like ''water''." Ironically, when his parents came to visit, he freaked out. Why? Not because he's gay, they're okay with that. But dating a ''white'' guy?
** There was Janelle, a black woman, which came in handy when the Mayor was accused of being a racist. Not only did he bring up the various civil rights marches he took part in, but he also states "I'm even dating a black woman."
* ''Series/{{Enlisted}}'':
** Sgt. Jill Perez, a Latina woman.
** PFC Tanisha Robinson, a black woman.
** PFC Cindy Park, an Asian woman.
** CSM Cody, a black amputee.
* ''Series/ThePractice'':
** Lisa Gay Hamilton (black and female).
** Eugene, a black man, and for most of the show's run the women outnumbered the men five to three.
* ''Series/LawAndOrder'':
** Lt. Van Buren, black and female. This is {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in one episode, where she notes that people probably think she got the job as police lieutenant for diversity reasons. In reality, that was the point of casting the actress. Originally, the cast of ''Law & Order'' consisted of six males, only one of whom was a minority. Two men were dropped from the cast (including the black male) and replaced with a white woman and a black woman.
** In the later seasons, Connie Rubirosa got the double whammy of being latina and a woman, working directly under conservative Michael Cutter and old-guard liberal Jack [=McCoy=].
* Dr. George Huang from ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' is Asian-American and gay.
* On ''Series/LawAndOrderUK'', Creator/FreemaAgyeman (who is a black woman) portrays the assistant prosecutor.
* Cambridge on ''Series/PieInTheSky'' (black and female) -- may not count, since the series has multiple female recurring characters, but worth mentioning because she's a TwoferTokenMinority ''in-story'', picked by her PointyHairedBoss as an efficient way of demonstrating his equal-opportunity-employer credentials.
* Marissa on ''Series/EarlyEdition'' takes this one step further: She's black, female, ''and'' blind.
* Toshiko Sato on ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'', who's Asian, female and bisexual. The last one might not count since EveryoneIsBi.
* {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in ''Series/DoctorWho'' "The Sound of Drums" when the Master points out the diversity of the Doctor's "little band" of suddenly-fugitives: Martha Jones is black and female, Jack Harkness is a pansexual white male.
** And series 10 introduced audiences to the Doctor's latest companion: black lesbian Bill Potts.
* Djaq on the BBC ''Series/RobinHood'', female and Arab.
* Stevie from ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'' {{Lampshade|Hanging}}s this, noting that as a black, asthmatic man in a wheelchair, he can get pretty much any job he wants with his "tokenism".
* James Spurlock from ''Series/ThirtyRock'' is actually called "Toofer" because as one character says "with him you get a two-for-one; he's a black guy and a Harvard guy." Though a later episode had the gang coming up with new nicknames for him, one of which was "Threefer, because you're also gay!" This is {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in a later episode. Floyd interviews for a high-level job; Jack thinks he's a shoo-in until they see that the other candidate for the job is a handicapped black man. "You're not beating that."
* "Original Cindy" from ''Series/DarkAngel'' is a black lesbian.
* Bobby D. (the D stands for Dershowitz) from ''Series/InPlainSight'' is black and Jewish.
* Invoked in an episode of ''Series/TheDrewCareyShow'', where Drew's brother Steve lost his job at Winnfred-Lauder due to being a crossdresser. After Drew manages to get Steve his job back, Drew asks if Steve is gay. When Steve replies he isn't, Drew says "That's a shame. If you were a gay crossdresser, I could have had you made vice president!" (paraphrased)
* Willow from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' who describes herself in Season 8 (the comic) as a "gay Wiccan Jewess".
* In ''Series/ModernFamily'', Mitchell and Cameron want to get Lily into an exclusive preschool and figure that they're shoo-ins because she's an adopted Vietnamese girl with two gay dads. They get beaten by an interracial lesbian couple, one of whom is Indian and disabled, with an adopted African baby.
* This is the entire main cast of ''Series/NoahsArc'' (African-American or Latino and gay), so the Token part doesn't really qualify.
* Angela Pearly-Gates Montenegro [[spoiler:Hodgins]] in ''Series/{{Bones}}'' is a "threefer": a half-Asian bisexual female. She's also the daughter of Billy Gibbons of Music/ZZTop and picked her middle name from his [[ICallItVera guitar]].
** Cam is a African-American female.
* ''Series/{{Castle}}'' starts with the recurring character of Dr. Lanie Parish (African-American female), the local medical examiner and Kate's best friend. The latest season also adds Captain Victoria Gates of the same minority groups.
* ''Series/YesMinister'': "The perfect representative on a government committee is a disabled black Welsh woman trades-unionist."
* Teal'c on ''Series/StargateSG1'' is a weird version of this. He's the Token Black Guy and the TokenNonhuman. And possibly a threefer, since he ''also'' gets the first play MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch card as well (others appear later, but he's the first).
* On ''Series/TheSopranos'', Meadow briefly dates Noah, a half-black, half-Jewish student at NYU. Tony, being the rather, uh, ''old fashioned'' father that he is, is not amused.
* Australian comedy ''Outland'' had Rae, an aboriginal wheelchair-using [[InsistentTerminology homosexualist]].
* Leah, a black Canadian woman, joins Team One in ''Series/{{Flashpoint}}'' after [[spoiler:Lewis' death]].
* ''Series/{{Smash}}'''s Sam Strickland subverts this. He's both gay and black, but he's a big sports fan and a regular churchgoer, two traits not often found among actors/dancers. The actor who plays him downplays his sexuality in interviews, saying it shouldn't matter.
* Danny, on ''Series/TeenWolf'', is Hawaiian and gay.
** Mason, introduced in Season 4, is black and gay. [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute And since Danny wasn't in that season, it's likely Mason is his replacement]].
** There's also Kira, who is female and of Korean-Japanese descent.
** Melissa [=McCall=] is a Hispanic woman.
* Norton on ''Series/WarOfTheWorlds'' is a black guy in a wheelchair, though the show also features the Native American Paul Ironhorse. [[spoiler: Until the start of the second season, when they both get killed.]]
* Agent One on ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' is a black man in a wheelchair.
* An episode of ''Series/AndyRichterControlsTheUniverse'' has the main cast competing to find someone to fill a job opening, with the reward of a finders fee. Knowing they're looking for diversity, they try to one-up each other, culminating in [[NamesTheSame Keith Richards]] having found a one armed, gay, native American little person (... who sadly wasn't a technical writer, but still).
** Similarly in an older example from ''Series/TheJohnLarroquetteShow'', a manager position opens at the bus company which John mentions applying for. As the main cast boasts their ethnic background advantages over John being a white male, the next interviewee enters, a black, blind woman in a wheelchair. Everyone else immediately gives up and leaves.
* On ''Series/TheLastShip'', Lt. Granderson is a black lesbian.
* ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'':
** Captain Raymond Holt is African American and gay. He's actually is this in-universe: After facing large amounts of racism and homophobia in his early days as a cop, it took years to get his own command, and Holt knows the brass only did it to make a big deal out of having an openly gay commanding officer.
** Amy Santiago and Rosa Diaz are both female and Latina. Rosa is also bisexual, making her a threefer.
* Steve Jinks from ''Series/Warehouse13'' is gay and Buddhist.
* In ''Series/{{Porridge}}'', prisoner [=McLaren=], a man with anger management issues, is both Scottish and black. He is universally known among inmates as ''Black Jock''.
* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' provides James Stinson, Barney's gay black brother. When being introduced, Ted makes note of how he's gay and intentionally leaves out how the white Barney has a black brother.
--> James: I'm gay, I'm black and [[spoiler: I'm getting a divorce]]. Those walking skeletons are gonna have more questions for me than their pharmacists.
* Towards the end of season three of ''Series/OrangeIsTheNewBlack'', [[spoiler:Black Cindy]] decides to convert to Judaism. One of the Jewish inmates who is mentoring her wonders why she wants to go from one hated minority (Black) to ''two'', but confirms that she apparently really does want to convert.
** There's also Poussey and Suzanne, who are black and lesbians, Brooke, who is half-Asian and bisexual, and Sophia, who is black and transgender.
* Winston in ''In Sickness and In Health'' is gay and black.
* ''Series/SuperStore'' has Garrett, who is black and disabled. This is {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in the second episode when the company magazine wants him on the cover because of it.
** Also Amy, who is latina and a woman.
* ''Series/SirensUS'': Hank, who is a gay black man, Voodoo, who is an asexual woman, and Stats, who is a woman with OCD and Asperger's.
* ''Series/TheLibrarians2007'': Much to Frances' dismay, she's surrounded by them: Nada is a devoutly Muslim woman, Dawn is a paraplegic woman and Ky Lee, who is a [[http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=gaysian gaysian.]]
* Everybody, meet the new kid in town! ''Series/SesameStreet'' has introduced Julia, a character with autism. A ''female'' character with autism, to be exact (boys are four times more likely to be diagnosed with this disorder than girls are).
* Rufus, Bobby's old hunting buddy on ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', is black and Jewish. [[spoiler:The latter was never actually mentioned on the show, but [[KilledOffForReal his tombstone]] has a Star of David carved into it]].
* ''Series/{{Supergirl}}'' has Alex, after she discovers she's a lesbian. Her girlfriend one-ups her by also being Hispanic (unlike Alex, Maggie was disowned by her parents after coming out).
* Continuing the recent trend, ''Series/TheGoodDoctor'' interestingly spins this around by having Dr. Shaun Murphy as the only Caucasian male (and an [[UsefulNotes/{{Autism}} autistic]] person) in a cast consisting of a Hispanic male, an AmbiguouslyBrown woman and a British-Indian male.
* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' has father Weinstein, who's jewish and catholic. And pro-choice. Turk might also count, being black and (at least for the early episodes) a Jehovah's Witness. Also discussed, in an episode wherein Turk and Elliot argue over whether it's tougher being black or female in medicine, then greeting a woman who's both.

* Music/WeirdAlYankovic invoked this with a threefer in the song "Jerry Springer".
--> "It's been three days since the bitter feud between the KKK and that gay Jewish Black dude."

[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* Wrestling/DramaticDreamTeam had Hoshitango Imachi, a Jewish Argentine sumo wrestler.
* Wrestling/{{TNA}} has Orlando Jordan: Black and openly Bisexual.
* [[Wrestling/PrimeTimePlayers Darren Young]], black and gay

* In ''Theatre/AnyoneCanWhistle'', Hapgood interrogates a black man:
-->'''Hapgood''': Occupation?\\
'''Martin''': [[UsefulNotes/CivilRightsMovement Going to schools, riding in buses, eating in restaurants.]]\\
'''Hapgood''': Isn't that line of work getting rather easy?\\
'''Martin''': Not for me. I'm Jewish.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* Sean Matsuda from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'' is Afro-Brazilian and Japanese. His big sister, Laura Matsuda, is introduced in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV''. So she's Afro-Brazilian, Japanese ''and'' a woman.
* Alyx Vance in ''VideoGame/HalfLife2'' is a woman of black and Asian descent... which would make her a threefer. Her dad, Eli, is black and has a prosthetic leg.
* The Demoman of ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' calls himself a "a black Scottish cyclops", and laments that there're more f-<[[ClusterBleepBomb extended bleep]]> that the likes of him.
* Rochelle in ''VideoGame/Left4Dead2'' is a black woman. There is also Coach, a black man. This is a step up from the first game which had two white males, a black man and a white woman (also known as the bare minimum of multi-culti).
* Chell in ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' is an AmbiguouslyBrown woman, who's face and body model was Brazilian/Japanese.
* The main cast of ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'' includes a local druglady Elizabeta Torres (Black/Hispanic female who is also implied to be lesbian or bisexual). And the ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIVTheBalladOfGayTony Ballad of Gay Tony]]'' introduces eponymous Anthony Prince, who is Jewish and homosexual.
* ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' has [[http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/1/Arie Arie]] [[http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Van%20Bruggen van Bruggen]], a black bisexual Middle-eastern/Dutch hacker who speaks with a Caribbean accent. And still managed to insult him on ''top'' of all that, as he's neither an ally nor an enemy - [[OnlyInItForTheMoney he'll work for whoever will pay him or, failing that, keep him from getting shot.]] Including the ''player'' - giving him a gun to help escape from an ambush results in MercyRewarded - he {{Lampshade|Hanging}}s the [[WithThisHerring paycheck you get from Sarif]], and puts several thousand credits in your bank account.
* In almost every game he appears in, Moby Jones of ''VideoGame/{{SSX}}'' is both the only black and the only British character. The exception was ''SSX Tricky'', where he was joined by Seeiah, an African-American woman.
* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series, the Redguards are black-skinned desert dwellers with Arabic and Moorish [[CultureChopSuey cultural influences]] (architecture, clothing, naming conventions, etc.). They also have trace elements of Japanese influence, particularly {{Samurai}}, with a [[ProudWarriorRace great cultural respect]] for [[MasterSwordsman swords and swordsmanship]].
* ''Franchise/MassEffect'':
** Ashley Williams is a woman, [[SpicyLatina Hispanic]], and the only openly religious person in a traditionally-[[OutgrownSuchSillySuperstitions atheist]] genre. Subverted, however, in that ''Mass Effect'' tends to make everyone the unique representative of some group on the team.
** Samantha Traynor is a lesbian and of Indian-English heritage. She does, however, speak perfectly clear RP-English and went to Oxford.
** Steve Cortez is a Latin-American and widower to his dead husband.
* Holly Tanaka from ''VideoGame/Halo5Guardians'' is a woman, half-African and half-Japanese.
* The ''VideoGame/RainbowSix'' series has been prone to black Brits, with the original trilogy including Kevin Sweeney and the ''Vegas'' duology having Michael Walters.
* Marina from the Off the Hook show in ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon 2}}'' is an interesting case in that the two minorities in question are split between in-universe and out of it. Out of universe, she's black, which is still treated as a minority in the real world; in-universe, on the other hand, she's an Octoling in a sea of Inklings, which made her stand out immediately.
* ''Videogame/TheLastOfUs''
** Ellie is female, gay and an atheist. Bill is also gay, and the only characters who are openly religious are Henry and David. But Ellie and Sam are the only characters to outright state disbelief in religion (though Ellie might actually be agnostic since she says "I go back and forth", but ultimately settles on "no").
** Sam probably counts too, since he's black in addition to being an atheist.
** Ellie's best friend/love interest Riley is black, female and gay.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* From Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses:
** WebVideo/ThatDudeInTheSuede is an New Zealander Mormon.
** That Chick with the Goggles is an African-German.
** WebVideo/{{Benzaie}} is a French Bisexual Atheist.
** WebVideo/DiamandaHagan is an Irish Married Lesbian Atheist.
* Zaboo in ''WebVideo/TheGuild'' is a self described "Hinjew", half Indian, half Jewish.
* Chaka, among others in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse. Chaka is a black female bisexual transgender mutant. Is there such a thing as a ''fivefer''? (Pretty much everyone in Poe Cottage at Whateley Academy is automatically a twofer or threefer, since they're all mutants and all [=LGBTI=], and about half of them are female.)
** And she's 'running up the walls' hyperactive. Sixfer?
** Totem and Lady Astarte count as mutants with that rarest of minorities in superhero works: age. Totem is over a hundred, and Lady Astarte is in her seventies. Both are still badass.
* ''Literature/StatlessAndTactless'': "Soo" is shorthand for "Soraya", a middle-eastern name. She's also the only woman in the group.
* Carlos The Scientist from ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale'' is a gay Latino man. Possibly some others count also, but character descriptions are kept deliberately vague, so its hard to be sure. His boyfriend, [[TheNarrator Cecil]], was confirmed by WordOfGod to be Jewish (though in the show he says he isn't religious).
** "Lost in the Mail" features Basimah, a lesbain Muslim.
* Parodied on ''Website/SFDebris'' in a mock discussion between the producers of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' over whether or not Geordi [=LaForge=] could be written as black, blind, ''and'' gay.
* Travon Free from [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL93CC27AD6B186ACF The Gentlemen's Rant]] is the only black cast member, and came out as bisexual in 2011. Ironically, the [[WhiteAngloSaxonProtestant WASP]] Will is labeled as "the gay one".
* Happens mostly in WebVideo/SkyWilliams' earlier videos, but the concept does get discussed in others.
** Sometimes played up in his appeals to his audience, especially earlier in his [=YouTube=] career where he intentionally exaggerated a fake accent and feminine mannerisms.
** Sky is gay and black, and he discusses this trope in "15 Questions I have for [=YouTube=]". One of the questions he has is why the strike on his channel was reversed while other popular [=YouTubers=]' channels still had suspiciously similar strikes. Sky openly admits that this trope could have played a role, given [=YouTube=]'s wording of [[https://twitter.com/TeamYouTube/status/918974221119766529 "Your voice is core to who we are."]] But he refuses to believe ''that'' is the reason.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Foxxy Love on ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' is also a threefer: black, female, and bisexual (though EveryoneIsBi according to RuleOfFunny). (She's a fourfer if you count being [[LittleBitBeastly part fox]].)
** The ''Entertainment Weekly'' critic is an exaggerated example. She's a Jewish, conservative, pro-life, born-again, overweight, Asian, homophobic, lesbian broad who cuts herself.
* Elisa Maza from ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'': originally the only major female hero, with a black mother and Native American father.
** Originally Elisa was Hispanic. She was made half-black and half-Native American to match her voice actress, Salli Richardson.
* When Dale on ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' is being opposed for Gun Club President, he states that his opponent has "already got the black vote -- Earl -- and the gay vote -- Earl."
* Asian Reporter Tricia Takanawa on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. (Asian and female) But that is, of course, part of the point.
* ''Supposedly'' Alexis in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersArmada'' is Vietnamese. However, it's never mentioned anywhere but a writer interview and she looks pretty dang white, so it might not count.
* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' has the Indian girl Sari as the main human character.
* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' has Miko, who is Japanese and the only girl of the three human sidekicks.
* Isabella Garcia-Shapiro from ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' -- half Hispanic (specifically Mexican) and half Jewish.
** Danville apparently has enough of a Mexican-Jewish population to hold a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utufTTAXQcc Mexican-Jewish Cultural Festival]]. ''Oy-le!''
*** In fact, given the fact that her mother, Mrs. Garcia-Shapiro, attends that festival and displays some Ashkenazi traits, it's possible that Isabella is fully Jewish and half Mexican, or even fully both, depending on her father's ethnicity (he's tan and somewhat hook-nosed, though not offensively so); It might have been his parents whose last names were originally Garcia and Shapiro, after all.
* Lena Mack from ''Street Sharks''. She's also virtually the only woman there.
** Augura of ''WesternAnimation/HotWheelsBattleForce5'' (black female in a team of guys) is pretty much a younger version of Lena.
** Not the first time a Nerd Corps show used this trope as, before Augura, there was Piper of the WesternAnimation/StormHawks -- who is also AmbiguouslyGay. (In both cases, one can argue for another character sharing one of their minority traits: the Storm Hawks also have the dark-skinned rhino-like Junko, while the Battle Force 5 get their intel from a female sentient, and another of the 5 guys is from Thailand.)
* Conway Stern in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' episode "Diversity Hire" is black and Jewish. As the episode name suggests, he was hired specifically so ISIS could maintain its minority quotas, with Malory even introducing him as a "diversity double-whammy". [[spoiler:Of course, as he later reveals that his identity was fake and insists that Conway Stern isn't his real name, it could mean that he lied about being Jewish.]]
** In "Three to Tango", [[spoiler:Conway returns and reveals his name really ''is'' Conway Stern, so he may actually be Jewish.]]
*** Then again, considering that Archer says he [[spoiler: ''isn't circumcised'', it seems rather unlikely that he is Jewish.]]
* Melissa of ''WesternAnimation/HomeMovies'' makes it up with being a girl and [[AmbiguouslyBrown black?]]
* Mack from ''WesternAnimation/BroTown'': it isn't easy being a Scottish-Jewish-Samoan (and ambiguously gay) [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=az-oYj9uGS0]]
* Numbuh 5 from ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' is a black French-American girl.
* Tish Katsufrakis the eastern European, Jewish vegetarian girl on ''WesternAnimation/TheWeekenders''.
* Blackstein from ''WesternAnimation/HighSchoolUSA'' is, as his name implies, black and Jewish.
* ''WesternAnimation/SkysurferStrikeForce'' gives us Kim Sakai a.k.a. Sliced Ice, she's Asian and the only woman on the heroes' side.
* Madison Spaghettini Papadopoulos from ''WesternAnimation/ClassOf3000'' is at least part Italian and part Greek going by her name alone.
* Kyle from ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''. Jewish, ginger, and from New Jersey.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' has a lot of diversity in terms of gender and ethnicity among its cast, but Korra herself is still notable for being a mixed-race female lead character. In fact, she's a threefer or fourfer, since she is [[spoiler: wheelchair-bound]] for some time and [[spoiler: bisexual]].