One of the shows I watch, once upon a time just introduced an LGBT couple. The couple is dorothy and Ruby. Ruby is still my favorite character and I don't care that she is bisexual. I just hope she isn't stuck in Oz with Dorothy because I want to see more of her. I think Mulan is also bisexual. I really don't mind it there are tons of LGBT people and couples in the real world. So really shows are just becoming more believable.
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Well statistically the percentage you find of gays, lesbians and bisexuals tend to be at the most liberal end of the scale 4% of the population, and that is all those groups combined and it includes those who identified as straight before going to prison so I wouldn't say proportionately there are a ton of LGBT couples in real life, but I take your point and for me personally I don't care about a characters sexuality as long as the show doesn't get all preachy about it. I don't think that Once upon a time has so it's all good.2
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I think it's great! I haven't gotten there yet - I'm binging season 4 right now.
I think it's important that we see lgbt characters across a variety of shows whose character doesn't revolve around their sexuality. For too long, queen characters existed only as one dimensional side characters whose sexuality was central to their role in the show/movie. I'm glad we're now seeing many who are just ordinary people who happen to be lgbt. Like Aaron in the walking dead. I love his character! And Lexa/Clarke on The 100.1