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** Defied on ''Series/DegrassiJuniorHigh''. After discovering [[LostLostUncleAesop his brother]] his gay, Snake nervously asks if that means he is too. Glen is quick to reassure him that's not how it works.

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** Defied on ''Series/DegrassiJuniorHigh''. After discovering [[LostLostUncleAesop [[LongLostUncleAesop his brother]] his gay, Snake nervously asks if that means he is too. Glen is quick to reassure him that's not how it works.

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** Defied on ''Series/DegrassiJuniorHigh''. After discovering [[LostLostUncleAesop his brother]] his gay, Snake nervously asks if that means he is too. Glen is quick to reassure him that's not how it works.


* Damien from ''VisualNovel/MonsterProm'' has two HappilyMarried dads and is attracted to men, women, everyone in-between, and anyone who exists outside the human gender spectrum altogether. {{Downplayed}} and {{Justified}} thank to the [[EveryoneIsBi Everyone Is Pansexual]] setting of the game.

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* Damien from ''VisualNovel/MonsterProm'' has two HappilyMarried dads and is attracted to men, women, everyone in-between, and anyone who exists outside the human gender spectrum altogether. {{Downplayed}} and {{Justified}} thank thanks to the [[EveryoneIsBi Everyone Is Pansexual]] setting of the game.


* Damien from ''VisualNovel/MonsterProm'' has two HappilyMarried dads and is attracted to men, women, everyone in-between, and anyone who exists outside the human gender spectrum altogether. {{Justified}} by the [[EveryoneIsBi Everyone Is Pansexual]] setting of the game.

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* Damien from ''VisualNovel/MonsterProm'' has two HappilyMarried dads and is attracted to men, women, everyone in-between, and anyone who exists outside the human gender spectrum altogether. {{Downplayed}} and {{Justified}} by thank to the [[EveryoneIsBi Everyone Is Pansexual]] setting of the game.



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* Damien from ''VisualNovel/MonsterProm'' has two HappilyMarried dads and is attracted to men, women, everyone in-between, and anyone who exists outside the human gender spectrum altogether. {{Justified}} by the [[EveryoneIsBi Everyone Is Pansexual]] setting of the game.


* Val in ''VisualNovel/DreamDaddy'' is the daughter of a bisexual father, and is romantically involved with a woman.

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* Val in ''VisualNovel/DreamDaddy'' is the daughter of a bisexual father, and is romantically involved with a woman.woman and has a bisexual father (her dad, Robert, is one of the male player character's possible love interests).


* Michael on ''Series/QueerAsFolkUS'' learns that his father is a drag queen.
* Vince from ''Series/WillAndGrace'' is a gay man whose sister is a lesbian.

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* Michael on ''Series/QueerAsFolkUS'' ''Series/QueerAsFolk'' learns that his father is a drag queen.
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Vince from ''Series/WillAndGrace'' is a gay man whose sister is a lesbian.




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* Mac from ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'', whose ArmoredClosetGay status is a longstanding RunningGag for most of the series, has two gay cousins. The first one appears as an easily forgotten BitCharacter from the pilot. The other one, "Country Mac", is presented as a {{Foil}} who acts like Mac but without all his bad qualities (including being open and confident with his sexuality). Mac's father has also displayed bisexual tendencies, although that [[SituationalSexuality might be a result of having spent years in prison]].


* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'': Prince Oberyn is [[BiTheWay openly bisexual]] and his second-eldest daughter, Nymeria, is attracted to women (it's not clear whether she's bisexual or a lesbian).

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* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'': Prince Oberyn is [[BiTheWay openly bisexual]] bisexual and his second-eldest daughter, Nymeria, is attracted to women (it's not clear whether she's bisexual or a lesbian).



* ''Series/DegrassiTheNextGeneration'': Paige's older brother, Dylan, is gay. Paige herself later enters a long-term relationship with a woman, although it's not really clear if this is a case of BiTheWay or IfItsYouItsOkay.

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* ''Series/DegrassiTheNextGeneration'': Paige's older brother, Dylan, is gay. Paige herself later enters a long-term relationship with a woman, although it's not really clear if this is a case of BiTheWay being bisexual or IfItsYouItsOkay.



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* In ''Webcomic/{{Shortpacked}}'', Mike claims that legalizing gay marriage [[ConspiracyTheorist is actually part of a secret plot to exterminate gay people]], because being gay is at least partially genetic, and increasing societal acceptance means that less and less gay people will feel the need to stay in the closet by marrying [[TheBeard beards]] and having children, therefore homosexuality will eventually be bred out of existence. Of course, this is ''[[{{Jerkass}} Mike]]'', so he almost certainly doesn't actually believe this and is just making it up to be an asshole.


** In ''The Revival'', Jack's grandson is sent to "conversion therapy" when his ultra-religious mother fears that he's gay, partly due to her anxiety over this trope. The kid's certainly got campy interests and mannerisms, but is really too young to say with certainty yet.

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** In ''The Revival'', Jack's grandson is sent to "conversion therapy" when his ultra-religious mother fears that he's gay, partly due to her anxiety over this trope. [[note]]Jack is a self-styled "platinum gay" - a gay man who not only has never had sex with a woman, but was born by Cesarean section, meaning he's literally never in his life touched a vagina. Jack's son Elliot was conceived via anonymous sperm donation, and his mother is also a lesbian, so both of Elliot's biological parents are gay, much to his openly homophobic wife's presumable chagrin.[[/note]] The kid's certainly got campy interests and mannerisms, but is really too young to say with certainty yet.


* Sibling protagonists Kassandra and Alexander from ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedOdyssey'' are both bisexual, as are all of their potential love interests. ({{Justified}} by the EveryoneIsBi setting of Ancient Greece.)

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* Sibling protagonists Kassandra and Alexander Alexios from ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedOdyssey'' are both bisexual, as are all of their potential love interests. ({{Justified}} by the EveryoneIsBi setting of Ancient Greece.)


* Sibling protagonists Kassandra and Alexander from ''VideoGameAssassinsCreedOdyssey'' are both bisexual, as are all of their potential love interests. ({{Justified}} by the EveryoneIsBi setting of Ancient Greece.)

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* Sibling protagonists Kassandra and Alexander from ''VideoGameAssassinsCreedOdyssey'' ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedOdyssey'' are both bisexual, as are all of their potential love interests. ({{Justified}} by the EveryoneIsBi setting of Ancient Greece.)



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* Sibling protagonists Kassandra and Alexander from ''VideoGameAssassinsCreedOdyssey'' are both bisexual, as are all of their potential love interests. ({{Justified}} by the EveryoneIsBi setting of Ancient Greece.)


** In ''The Revival'', Jack's grandson is sent to "conversion therapy" when his ultra-religious mother fears that he's gay, partly due to her anxiety over this trope. The kid's certainly got campy interests and mannerisms, but is really too young to tell yet.

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** In ''The Revival'', Jack's grandson is sent to "conversion therapy" when his ultra-religious mother fears that he's gay, partly due to her anxiety over this trope. The kid's certainly got campy interests and mannerisms, but is really too young to tell say with certainty yet.


** In the revival, Jack's grandson is sent to "conversion therapy" when his ultra-religious mother fears that he's gay, partly due to her anxiety over this trope. The kid's certainly got campy interests and mannerisms, but is really too young to tell yet.

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** In the revival, ''The Revival'', Jack's grandson is sent to "conversion therapy" when his ultra-religious mother fears that he's gay, partly due to her anxiety over this trope. The kid's certainly got campy interests and mannerisms, but is really too young to tell yet.

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