Follow TV Tropes


LGBT Representation in Media

Go To

Media with a prominent focus on LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual and/or aromantic) characters and people. The subject/theme of these works may or may not be about LGBTQIA+ culture and identities and can be highly varied. To be listed here, the work must contain either a main or recurring LGBTQIA+ character, or there must be a high frequency of LGBTQIA+ figures appearing rather than limiting it to one or two offhanded/one-off appearances. Word of Gay examples do not go here: the character's identity must be established within the work itself. See LGBT Fanbase for works that do not have unambiguous LGBTQIA+ subject matter, but attract a significant LGBTQIA+ fandom.

Some of these works have characters coming out or being shown to be LGBTQIA+ as reveals, beware of spoilers.

Superindex to:

  • Queer Media: works that focus on LGBTQIA+ people along with a primary focus on queer subjects and themes
  • Queer Romance: works that focus on romantic relationships between same-sex or transgender characters as the main plot

See also LGBT+ Creators for a list of artists/media creators who are LGBTQIA+.

Mediums with their own pages:


    open/close all folders 

  • Long Long Man: In the finale, Long Long Man is revealed to be gay and attracted to Tooru, who seems to reciprocate.
  • One of the people shown in the period-relief brand Midol's "Comfort is Power" ad is a transgender man.

    Fan Works 
  • A beacon in the dark: The protagonist Midoriya has (reciprocated) romantic interest in his male friend Todoroki.
  • A Magical Evening revolves around the relationship between two Adaptational Sexuality lesbians Princess Sofia and Lucinda. There is also the side lesbian couple Princess Hildegard and Princess Clio. In the new timeline, Sofia and Lucinda get two gay partners in a Marriage of Convenience Brock and Doyle.
  • Angel of the Bat: Cassandra Cain is stated by the writer to be pansexual, and has a girlfriend by the end of the first story. After a break up she briefly dates a man (Green Arrow Connor Hawke) in the sequel, though she and her girlfriend ultimately reconcile. The struggle to be happy in both her same-sex relationship and her Catholic faith is a recurring feature.
  • Another Day in Misterland: Two of members of the ensemble cast are Mr. Small and Mr. Nosy, a gay married couple.
  • The Codotverse: Edward Nygma, the main character, is bisexual and his father's homophobia is one of many things that contributes to their terrible relationship.
  • Diary of a Wimpy Kid: 25 Years Later: Greg is revealed to be queer, and his coming out to Rowley ends their friendship due to Rowley's homophobia.
  • The Hot Topic Krew: The majority of characters in the story are LGBTQIA+, including the protagonist Dark Pit, who is pansexual.
  • Infinity Train: Blossomverse: The main trilogy showcases male couples, one of the heroes is non-binary, and the side-stories also has female/female romance. Infinity Train: Seeker of Crocus has more LGBTQIA+ representation with Specter revealed to be gay and crushing on Ryoken (later confirmed as demiromantic), Marchosias married to Wepwawet but had a reltionship with non-binary Inari (being both bisexual and androsexual), a trans man passenger in Tres and Ryan and Min-Gi being a couple, turning Ryan from straight (as he was shown dating three girls in the originaly Infinity Train) to bi and Min-Gi is gay.
  • Junior Officers: Most of the Octonauts themselves are queernote , and there are lesbian supporting characters.
  • Light and Dark The Adventures of Dark Yagami: Many major characters are gay or bisexual, including Light, L, Sayu, and Misa (but definitely not Dark).
  • In Ma Fille, and by extension its Sequel Series Shining and Sweet, the majority of the WVBA boxers are homosexual (one chapter even has a joke about Super Macho Man being the "token cishet"), there are two gay weddings (one between Bear Hugger and Cy Camore in a chapter titled "Big Gay Bear Wedding", and the other between Glass Joe and Von Kaiser), Don Flamenco is explicitly trans and taking testosterone, King Hippo is implicitly trans through her use of "she/her" pronouns, several supporting characters (ex. Lizzie and Marlowe, Annie and Reese) are in queer relationships, and minor characters Reese and Mx. Ferdinand are non-binary and use "they/them" pronouns.
  • My Immortal: Most of the male characters in the story are bisexual (Ebony/Tara finds sensitive bi guys to be hot). Draco claims Ebony is bi, yet she only shows interest in men.
  • The Panda Chronicles: Tae-young, a major character, is transgender. He was thrown out of his home because of it, and at least one chapter shows him struggling with getting his period because of the horrible cramps that come with it.
  • Pokémon Crossing: All three protagonists are bisexual and in a poly relationship, one of them is a transgender girl, and two major supporting characters are gay.
  • Pokémon Reborn: One of the villains (Ace) is non-binary and uses they/them pronouns, two of the gym leaders (Titania and Amaria) are in a lesbian relationship, and another gym leader (Adrienn) is also non-binary and uses xe/xem pronouns. It's also possible to play as a non-binary character in the game.
  • Rise of the Save-Ums: Has a very openly lesbian main character.
  • The Sacred and the Profane: Gay main characters, though despite the mutual attraction, they are in a very toxic relationship.
  • Supper Smash Bros: Mishonh From God: Sara, the main character, is a homophobic lesbian who represses her sexuality. Many of the other characters are also gay.
  • The Surprising Adventures of a Glaceon in Unova: In the sequel, The Glaceon and the Shadow, main character Larissa eventually gets together with her female friend Sofia.
  • A Thing of Vikings: Supporting character Cami is bisexual and begins a relationship with another woman. Supporting character Jonna is a lesbian, and Gobber and Gunnar are both gay. Main character Snotlout realizes he is bisexual. There is also mention of minor characters in the Hooligan and Bog-Burglar tribes being in same-sex marriages.
  • VS Sunday: The opponent of the mod, Sunday, is bisexual and nonbinary, which is directly referenced in the name of and preceding cutscene for "BI-NB".
    Sunday: it's a pride song lol.
  • YuyaVision: The Synchro Dimension hosts a lot of LGBTQIA+ characters: the main couple is gay — with Placido turned from straight to gay and considers themselves non-binary and Kiryu considers himself genderfluid — Carly is bisexual and Grady is a trans female asexual.
  • Best Of My Love revolves around an asexual character, Meng Yao, as he navigates his relationship with Lan Xichen.

    Film — Animated 
  • Lightyear: Supporting character Alisha Hawthorne is married to a woman with whom she has children. They're also the first same-sex couple to share a kiss in a Pixar film.
  • The Mitchells vs. the Machines: The main character Katie says that she's always felt "a little different than everyone else" as a rainbow appears behind her, and we see her wearing a rainbow pride pin. The end of the film confirms she is seeing another girl.
  • ParaNorman: Supporting character Mitch mentions having a boyfriend at the end.
  • Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling: Ralph Bighead comes out as a trans woman now named Rachel. Her subplot in the special deals with her father, overwhelmed by change, coming to accept her transition.
  • Strange World: Ethan Clade, one of the main characters of the film, is openly gay with an attraction to another male character.
  • Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo! marks the first official piece of Scooby-Doo media where, after years of efforts by creators, Velma Dinkley is portrayed as a lesbian, shown to have a crush on another female character, Coco Diablo.
  • Wendell & Wild: One major character, Raul, is a trans boy attending a Catholic school for girls.

  • Alice Isn't Dead: The narrator and the titular Alice are both lesbians.
  • Blake Skye Private Eye: Almost every character is LGBTQ+ in some way- Blake is a gay detective who is perpetually unlucky in love, Mickey is a nonbinary mob boss, Gordon is the local bartender and Blake's ex...
  • Dining In The Void: Almost every character is either gay, bi, or pansexual. Additionally, Jo is a nonbinary shapeshifter.
  • Friends at the Table: Aria, one of the player characters in the second season, dates another woman (it's not specified if she's bisexual or a lesbian).
  • Hello from the Hallowoods: Most of the characters are LGBTQIA+.
  • Jar of Rebuke: Most of the characters are LGBTQAI+.
  • Less is Morgue: Evelyn, one of the two characters 'hosting' the podcast, is the ghost of a lesbian. The other host, Riley, is an agender ghoul.
  • Mabel: Most of the characters are gay.
  • The Magnus Archives eventually gets Jon and Martin (the former of whom is asexual) as its Official Couple and a lesbian couple in Georgie and Melanie. Episodes will also sometimes have one-off characters who are mentioned to have had same-sex partners. Episode 110 also featured a statement subject who was a trans woman.
  • The Penumbra Podcast:
    • Juno Steel takes place in a futuristic setting where gender and sexuality are of little consequence; many characters are queer and it isn't a big deal.
    • Second Citadel takes place is a world similar to our own, and the relationship between Lord Arum, Sir Damien, and Rilla has a lot of societal barriers.
  • The Read: Both of the hosts/personalities are openly queer.
  • Spirit Box Radio: Most of the characters are queer in one form or another. Sam is pan and trans-masculine, Anna is ace, Kitty is a lesbian, Oliver is queer, and etcetera.
  • The Strange Case of Starship Iris: At least 4/5 main characters are either not straight, not cisgender, or both.
  • Unwell Podcast: Lily, the main character, falls for Marisol, another woman. Additionally, one of the major supporting characters, Abbie, is nonbinary.
  • Welcome To Nightvale: Numerous queer characters appear in the series, the most prominent being Cecil, the narrator who in the first episode tells how he fell in Love at First Sight with Carlos, and Carlos himself (a scientist new to the town who becomes Cecil's boyfriend).
  • Within the Wires: Hester is a woman in love with another women, Claudia is bisexual, Michael is a transgender man, Indra is a woman who is still in love with her ex-girlfriend Nan, and Cliodhna is a woman in a relationship with another woman.

    Tabletop Games 
  • Arkham Horror has several LGBTQ+ characters among its playable investigators: Calvin Wright is gay and trying to save his boyfriend's life, Gabriela Reyes is lesbian, and Stella Clark is a trans woman who herd whispers of her true name before coming out.
  • Magic: The Gathering has many LGBTQ+ characters across its lore. One of its main planeswalker characters, Chandra Nalar, is bisexual, and has been in relationships with both men and women. Among its supporting planeswalkers, Nissa has had Ship Tease with Chandra, Ral Zarek is a Happily Married gay man, and Niko Aris is nonbinary. Non-planeswalker characters include Kynaios and Tiro of Meletis (two married kings who have a card together) and Alesha, Who Smiles at Death, the game's first openly transgender character.
  • Pathfinder intentionally cultivated an LGBT Fanbase by creating a variety of characters of gender and sexual minorities. Three of the major goddesses, Desna, Shelyn, and Sarenrae, are a polyamorous trio, the Iconic Shaman, Shardra Geltl, is a trans woman, the Iconic Rogue Merisiel and Iconic Cleric Kyra are canonically a married interspecies lesbian couple, and four significant Non Player Characters from the Wrath of the Righteous Adventure Path are in gay relationships (Sosiel Vaenic and Aron Kir are a male-male couple, while Irabeth and Anevia Tirabade are respectively a female half-orc and a post-op human trans woman).
  • Visigoths vs. Mall Goths: Proudly uses the tagline "there are a lot of bisexuals." Most of the pre-made NPCs are labeled as LGBTQ+ by the rulebook's demographic categorizations.

  • Head over Heels: Pamela and Mopsa are lesbians, and Pythio is a nonbinary oracle banished from their home after coming out.
  • The History Boys: Posner is gay, which he lists as one of the things that makes his life suck (in addition to being short, Jewish, and living in Sheffield). Hector is too, and gropes his male students (which eventually gets him fired).
  • Love Valour Compassion: All of the characters are gay men, who are friends who've gotten together to celebrate the holidays.
  • A New Brain: Gordon, the main character, is gay.
  • No Exit: One of the three characters is Inès, a lesbian who was sent to hell because she murdered her cousin so she could seduce his wife.
  • Spamalot: A stage Self-Adaptation of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. A subplot in the play revolves around Lancelot, one of the main characters, realizing that he's gay and coming to terms with it, going on to marry Prince Herbertnote .

  • Monster High: Doll franchise about the teenaged versions of classic monsters and the high school they attend; the 2022 third generation of dolls reimagines the character Frankie Stein as non-binary, and several adaptations have cast non-binary actors (Ceci Balagot for Monster High: The Movie and Iris Menas for Monster High (2022)) to portray them.

    Visual Novels 
  • Adastra (2018): With the exception of Cato, every major male character in the story is gay.
  • Ascension (2021): Escort is nonbinary, and the other two main characters are heavily implied to be transgender.
  • BAD END THEATER: The Maiden and the Overlord, who are both women, have clear feelings for each other if allowed to interact, and the Omega Ending reveals that they're based on TRAGEDY and the player, respectively, two separated sapphics. The Underling and the other minor demons are nonbinary.
  • C14 Dating:
    • Existence of a Gay Option aside, two of Melissa's potential male love interests act Ambiguously Bi towards each other. Yet another of the men turns out to be a heteroromantic asexual.
    • There is a lesbian in the supporting cast and another character mentions going to visit a male friend "and his husband".
  • Choices: Stories You Play: A collection of various stories that you might have a relationship with a love interest of the same gender. More specifically:
    • The Freshman: Kaitlyn develops a crush on the main character and comes out to her parents as a lesbian in Book 2. The main character's roommate is gay, and part of Book 4 involves helping him move on after he breaks up with his boyfriend.
    • It Lives:
      • One of the main characters in the first book, Lily, is a lesbian, having a crush on her bully. She can forgive her bully in the end or realise that she's not worth it and find a girl who genuinely likes her for her. Andy is transgender (the first ever trans character in Choices, in fact), and is bullied by most of the basketball team for who he is (to the point where they only recruited him because it would get them good PR). If he survives the events of the story, the basketball team begins to treat him with respect.
      • In the second book, the main character's brother is gay, along with his boyfriend (who's also the son of an antagonist who killed their parents, kicking off the events of the story).
      • It Lives Within (the Fan Sequel) has Luis (an openly bi/pan witch who not only flirts with the main character regardless of their gender, but also compliments their love interests' beauty), Sunny (a non-binary witch from the same coven as Luis, who is also mentioned to be aro-ace in Chapter 19), and Amalia (one of the main character's love interests, who is canonically demisexual, mentioned in Chapter 14).
    • The Elementalists: Zeph is the first canonically asexual/aromatic character in the Choices franchise. As he puts it, he's not into people romantically or sexually, just "friendically". Also, this is the first Choices book where the main character's sexuality can be explicitly customized. If the main character is also aro-ace, they are given an option to mention it to Zeph when his sexuality is brought up.
    • Bachelorette Party: One of the main character's close friends is a trans woman who came out in college.
    • My Two First Loves: One of the main character's love interests is her lesbian best friend, and it took 38 chapters for the latter to come out.
    • Murder at Homecoming: This book deals with LGBTQIA+ issues quite extensively, including the trials and tribulations faced by the LGBTQIA+ community. The murder victim was in a relationship with a girl who couldn't make their relationship known because of the girl's extremely homophobic parents (in fact, said girl was sent to conversion therapy when she was 12). Also, two of the main character's love interests are canonically bisexual, while the third comes off as straight, then he discovers he isn't if a male or nonbinary main character romances him.
    • Getaway Girls: This book also tries to fully represent the LGBTQIA+ community. The 4 playable characters come in various sexualities: one straight, one lesbian, a main character who can also be a lesbian (if the player so chooses) and the second canonically asexual/aromatic character in the Choices franchise (who also happens to be the main character's sister).
  • Cryptid Crush: The protagonist is nonbinary and you can chose their pronouns, and there is another nonbinary main party member, Jamie.
  • Dream Daddy: Your player character is a single father who finds himself in a new neighborhood full of other single dads (plus one in an unhappy marriage) who - you guessed it - you can have him date. While no character's orientation is specifically labeled, beyond the options all of course being MLM, Hugo mentions an ex-husband, while Joseph has a wife, Craig has an ex-wife, and both Mat and Robert are widowers who were previously married to women; plus Robert's daughter Valerie mentions having a girlfriend. Another option, Damien, is transgender. All of the previous can apply to your character, too, as you can code him as trans by dressing him in a binder while customizing his sprite and an early dialogue choice prompts you to choose whether his own deceased former spouse was a woman or a man.
  • Echo: Almost all of the main characters are men attracted to other men, exclusively or not, with the story taking place in a small, homophobic town in the American southwest.
  • Far Beyond the World: Part of the story is the growing romance between Ranok and Caelan that the two need to keep secret, as LGBTQIA+ people are seen as "defective" in the wolves' society.
  • Fate/stay night: In the uncensored version, tritagonist Rin Tohsaka is bisexual and discovers this during a sex scene with deuteragonist Saber (a girl) and protagonist Shirou (a guy); the rest of the story has her continue expressing affection towards Saber while also being able to have sex with Shirou. The censored version and later adaptations, however, downplay references to her sexuality, rendering her Ambiguously Bi there.
  • First Kiss at a Spooky Soiree: The protagonist Marzipan is panromantic, and there are four girls and four boys she can kiss in the game's Multiple Endings.
  • Heaven Will Be Mine: Most of the cast is some variety of LGBTQIA+, with most being lesbians, though Mercury and Ganymede are two men married to each other.
  • Lands of Fire: The main character is gay and has multiple love interests. Uniquely it takes place in pre-colonial Australia, so it explores the sexual norms of Aboriginal cultures.
  • Ladykiller in a Bind: The main character is a butch lesbian biker, and you have the option to romance several of the female characters (and a few male ones, though she's only doing so in that case because she's disguised as her brother and she needs to keep up the charade).
  • Long Live the Queen: Four of the female characters turn out to be lesbian if the right gameplay choices are made. Elodie can make one of them her lifelong companion, either unofficially or officially. Another one can only be made an unofficial one. One snippet of the country's history that can be learned involves a nobleman who gave up on marriage to pledge himself as the lifemate of the man he was in love with.
  • Lovelink: Some of the possible matches are non-binary.
  • Magical Warrior Diamond Heart: Pansexual female main character, multiple bi and lesbian supporting characters/love interests, non-binary supporting character/love interest, trans male supporting character/love interest and aromantic/asexual supporting character.
  • Melody: Sophia and Xianne end up as a couple, but not much attention is paid to their relationship.
  • Missed Messages: The player character is a lesbian trans woman, with the option to date one of the female characters depending on your choices.
  • Monster Prom series: Player characters can identify as male, female, or nonbinary regardless of their appearance, and this choice does not block access to any of the love interests. Main romance options and multiple side characters are LGBTQIA+: a male demon has two dads; a female witch has male, female, and nonbinary ex-lovers; one monster is an asexual aromantic that players befriend instead of date; there's a nonbinary soul reaper; and so on.
  • Murder By Numbers: One of the major characters is a gay man, and one of the murders you investigate takes place at a gay bar.
  • Romance Detective: Almost everyone in Lovebloom City is gay, and the plot revolves around the player and her partner/girlfriend solving love-related mysteries and crimes.
  • Stillwater: The VN follows the story of a detective investigating strange occurences in the mansion of an elderly man. Said elderly man is later revealed to be haunted by the ghost of an old male lover he lost in his youth.
  • Syrup and the Ultimate Sweet: Toffee, one of the main characters, is nonbinary. The protagonist Syrup is a girl who likes girls, which is only alluded to in the game itself, but confirmed in NomnomNami's webcomic.
  • Va 11 Hall A: Protagonist Jill is bisexual and a large part of her plot revolves around grieving her deceased ex-girlfriend and getting together with her boss, Dana. Other queer characters include Mario, and, possibly, Sei and Stella.

    Web Animation 
  • Dead End: Barney, the main character, is a gay trans man.
  • Doris & Mary-Anne Are Breaking Out of Prison: The final episode reveals that Mary-Anne had romantic feelings for a female friend.
  • Eddsworld: Kim and Katya are a lesbian couple, with them originally being a joke about how Girl on Girl Is Hot. They were eventually Put on a Bus due to ensuing Creator Backlash on their representation, until they were brought back over a decade after their introduction on Twitter, with Katya reimagined as a Butch Lesbian proposing to Kim.
  • Hazbin Hotel: Much of the main cast is queer: Charlie is bi and dating another woman, Vaggie is a lesbian, Angel Dust is a gay drag queen, and Alastor is asexual.
    • Helluva Boss: A subplot is that the male main characters Blitzo and Stolas sleep together, with Blitzo thinking that it's a Sex for Services arrangement while Stolas has genuinely fallen for Blitzo and Cannot Spit It Out. Moxxie, meanwhile, is bisexual and dated a man before marrying Millie, who also had a thing with the same man and whose sister Sallie May is transgender.
  • Inanimate Insanity: Paintbrush, who had a case of Ambiguous Gender Identity for most of the first two seasons, comes out as nonbinary in "Alternate Reality Show". Likewise, Bow's robotic clone, Bot, comes out as nonbinary in "Home Is Where The Heart Is" through their self-portrait containing the words "they/them".
  • Meta Runner: Former antagonist Belle Fontiere is revealed to have been in a relationship with Lucinia Porter before the lab incident.
  • The Most Popular Girls in School: Jenna Darabond is bisexual, and several of the supporting characters (Tanner, Than, and Tristan) are gay.
  • My Pride: The protagonist is a lesbian lion, with her struggling to find acceptance in a homophobic pride of lions after being banished from her original one due to being disabled.
  • Nyan~ Neko Sugar Girls: Hitoshi, one of the main characters, is gay or bisexual and enters a relationship with his male kidnapper.
  • Pancake's Show: Pancake and Finley have been subtly confirmed to be in a romantic relationship. Waffle, Abigail and Casey are both also lesbian.
  • RWBY:
    • Jaune's sister, Saphron Arc, is a lesbian who is married to technician Terra Cotta, and has a son named Adrien Cotta-Arc.
    • Coco Adel from Team CFVY is lesbian, although this is more elaborated upon in side material, whether it be canon (RWBY: After the Fall mentioning that she has been in relationships with multiple women) or non-canon (RWBY Chibi showing her to have a crush on her teammate, Velvet).
    • May Marigold is a trans woman, and is voiced by an actual trans actress, Kdin Jenzen. Near the start of Volume 8, May mentions how she was disowned by her parents due to the fact that they refused to see her as anything but their son.
    • After many years and volumes of Ship Tease, main characters Blake Belladonna (bisexual) and Yang Xiao Long (lesbian) have a Big Damn Kiss in Volume 9.
  • Town Attack: Taiyaki and Paella are a gay couple who join the race in hopes of fixing their strained relationship.

    Web Original 
  • 17776: The main plot of 20020 follows a married male couple.
  • Looming Gaia: Most of the Freelance Good Guys, main characters of most of the stories, are LGBT: Evan is gay, Lukas, Alaine, and Zeffer are bi/pan, Jeimos is nonbinary, Isaac and Mr. Ocean are asexual, Elska is aro-ace, Linde is bi-curious/questioning, and Javaan prefers women, but would be willing to have sex with a man if offered. Some supporting characters are also LGBT.

    Web Videos 
  • Barbelle: The main characters are a lesbian pop duo.
  • CPU Kerfuffle: Almost all the main characters are queer.
  • Critical Role has a host of queer non player characters, oneshot characters, and guest star party members. Queer Character, Queer Actor is the norm on this show.
    • Vox Machina (main characters of campaign 1) has bisexual twins Vax'ildan and Vex'ahlia, and pansexual Scanlan Shorthalt. Vax's plotline involves his relationships with gay NPC sorcerer Gilmore and party member Keyleth. Additionally, Grog goes to purchase services from sex workers throughout the campaign and is stated to be only interested in women but never in a romantic way, making him aromantic.
    • The Mighty Nein (main characters of campaign 2) has bisexual Caleb Widogast, genderfluid Mollymauk Tealeaf (played by the bisexual Taliesin Jaffe), lesbians Beauregard Lionett and Yasha Nydoorin (whose wife Zuala died pre-campaign) and eventually back an item, aromantic asexual Caduceus Clay. Prominent NPC Essek Thelyss is demi and embarked on a romantic relationship with Caleb post-campaign.
    • In Bell's Hells (campaign 3), the player characters Fresh Cut Grass (an automaton) and Ashton (an earth genasi), use he/they pronouns interchangeably. Ashton also has a conversation about having close friends but he's unable to tell if he's ever been in love. Orym is gay (his husband died pre-campaign).
  • Daisy Brown: Protagonist Daisy is heavily implied to be gay throughout the story, such as asking her dad if two women could get married and creating rainbow-colored friendship bracelets; her extremely sheltered upbringing is presumably why she has no label for herself.
  • Dragon Ball Z Abridged: Recurring characters Yajirobe and Korin, both of whom are male, are romantic partners who eventually get married. Both characters are voiced by KaiserNeko, who is openly gay.
  • Merry Maidens: Robin is a lesbian, and none of the merry maidens are straight.
  • My Drunk Kitchen: Lesbian comedianne Hannah Hart is the host.
  • RG33: In the Chainsaw Man skits, Power is depicted as a lesbian.
  • Robot, Ninja, and Gay Guy: The story is about the friendship between the titular three main characters.
  • Sanders Sides: The show is about a gay man working out his issues with the various personified aspects of his personality, who are all gay as well. His being gay is often brought up as a quick gag or reference, but two major subplots focus on getting over his ex-boyfriend and wanting to pursue another guy.
  • Twelfth Grade (Or Whatever): Viola, Oren, and Liv are all bisexual.
  • UNHhhh: Hosted by two drag queens, this show has them talk about various aspects of life in general, though some do talk about queer life.
  • Where the Bears Are: The story is a murder mystery about a group of gay men who find a dead bear in their bathroom after a wild party.