His legs wandered into the burning side of the island and got stuck on a dragon. His head was sliced into eight pieces and locked in a cell in Vegapunk's former research facility. His torso and arms ended up wandering around the frozen side of the island, cutting down anyone that approached it. When the Straw Hat Pirates encountered the dragon that Kin'emon legs are stuck to, Kin'emon questioned them, asking if they were with the Shichibukai.
After the dragon was defeated, Monkey D. Luffy pulled the samurai's legs off the dragon. Initially surprised that the person was only a pair of legs and blaming it on Roronoa Zoro , thinking that he was the one who sliced the samurai , they were further surprised when the legs tried to attack them and then run away. Luffy ran after them, saying he wanted them to be part of his crew. Together with the pair of legs, the Straw Hats traveled to the frozen side to find their friends.
In the meantime, Kin'emon's head encountered the kidnapped group of the Straw Hats, who were placed in the same cell as he was. He requested that they reassemble the pieces of his head. At first the Straw Hats fooled around with the pieces, but then put him together in the correct order, with the exception of putting his chin on top of his head, and the top of his head where the chin should be. After realizing that he was a severed human head, they were shocked. When Nami started talking to him, he scolded her for her personality and sense of fashion, though after he admitted that he actually liked it, and the samurai got a trashing by Sanji.
After finding out that they were pirates, he expressed his deep dislike for such people, saying that he would have been willing to escape with them if they were not. He was greatly surprised when Franky blew down the door. As the Straw Hats escaped, Sanji picked up the head and rearranged it into its proper self, revealing him to be a samurai from Wano Country. Sanji explained that they came to this island because they had picked up a distress call from one of the samurai's victims.
The head claimed that he would never hurt somebody without purpose and that he was there to find his own missing "son". Hearing this, Sanji chose to bring the head along, claiming responsibility. While escaping pursuers, the Straw Hats and Kin'emon's head entered a room full of children. He continued to scream for his "son", causing Nami to hit him, which started him yelling at the shame of being hit by a woman.
After Sanji and Franky defeated the satyrs, the samurai wished to stay and look for his "son". Sanji started to get frustrated with the head's pride and wished to smash it, but was held back by Franky. Kin'emon said that he refuses to be indebted to pirates by asking for their help, though he has no objection if they wish to find his body for him. The samurai further taunted Sanji, reminding him that the cook chose to be responsible for the head. Sanji then threw a tantrum and beat up the head before taking it with him.
When Kin'emon, Sanji, and Franky caught up with the children, he was forced to go along with Franky's dance routine, stunning the Marines and Law. Once the Straw Hats was who is in front of them, they ran back into the building. Kin'emon wished to stay back since he recognized Law as the one that cut him up, but was rebuffed once they saw that the Shichibukai did not have his other body parts.
As they ran to the back entrance, the children started suffering due to the cold. Kin'emon told everyone to put a stone or leaf on their heads, and after they did, he managed to clothe them in warm jackets and boots. He explained that he ate an " unusual fruit " which gave him those magical powers. When asked why he did not do this before, the Samurai stated that he was enjoying Nami's body in just a breast band, earning a beating from Nami who was in Franky's body. The remaining Straw Hats, with the samurai's legs attached to Luffy's back, joined their kidnapped comrades, after crossing the length of the island to find them.
Kin'emon's head was finally reunited with his legs much to Luffy's dismay and he was introduced to the rest. Kin'emon still wished to go back into the facility to find his "son", and explained how he had come to be in his current predicament, revealing his special skill of talking with farts. Brook then mentioned that he had encountered the samurai's torso, much to the head's shock. Kin'emon then left the group on his own to find his torso. Sanji in Nami's body , Zoro, and Brook managed to stumble across his half-frozen head and legs while looking for him.
The samurai explained that his torso felt like it is submerged in water, so the group figured out that the torso was in the lake and they agreed to help him get his torso back. Kin'emon was shocked that they would brave the freezing waters just to help him when they are just pirates who he believed would never help anyone. Sanji merely stated that the samurai became their responsibility since they rescued him from the prison and once his body was back together, Sanji would beat him to a pulp. Moved by this sense of selflessness, Kin'emon swallowed his pride and deeply thanked him for the pirates' assistance, which is the first time he admits needing help.
Kin'emon and the three Straw Hats then met a group of centaurs running away from the lake. Instead of stopping, the centaurs chose to run away to their master. Kin'emon and the Straw Hats see a mountain in the distance, which confused them, as there should be no mountain between them and the lake. Kin'emon and the others present watched the Slime as it shot itself across the lake. He then watched with frustration as Sanji remained persistent in reclaiming the samurai's torso, jumping into the lake despite the severe cold and the toxins present in the water due to the Slime.
Apparently, a shark grabbed his torso in his mouth. He continued screaming and even coughed up blood but said that it did not hurt. Sanji rescued his torso and got out of the lake. After his body is complete again, Kin'emon started crying and said that he was never as happy before having his body. After Brook commented on how tall he is, Kin'emon finally introduced himself to the group.
His name is Kin'emon and his birthplace is Kuri , in the Wano Country. Kin'emon wanted to gratefully thank Sanji but he yelled at him not be so nice to have his body back since he should not forget how he abused the fact he could not do anything and being suspicious of him. Kin'emon then said he will never forget and bowed to Sanji saying he will never forget his kindness in his life and that he is very grateful.
He then asked for forgiveness for being suspicious. Sanji then got angry, yelling at him that men do not get on their knees, but Brook interrupted him. They were surrounded by Slime.
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Kin'emon then suggested to burn it down and said that people call him Kin'emon of Foxfire and that he can burn through things by cutting with fire. He cut one of the Slimes, which then exploded due to being burnt. The group were, however, surprised to find themselves entirely unharmed. Kin'emon then stated that he cut the explosion and that there is no flame he cannot cut.
Zoro then told him he would help him to find his "son" because the samurai's fighting style sparked his interest. Slime began to transform its shape and attack the group again. Kin'emon questioned Slime's powers with Sanji and Brook and decided that cutting it again is not an option as it is too large. He ran for the research facility in search of his "son" with the others.
While running from the Slime, they came across the giant candy left by Caesar for Smiley, and a small dragon made by Vegapunk. They then saw a screen appear with Caesar on it and decided to run again. After witnessing the Slime explode, Kin'emon, Brook, Sanji, and Zoro rapidly ran away from the gas cloud.
They saw the small dragon flying away from the poisonous cloud, and Zoro proposed the idea to ride on its back and fly away. He caught the dragon, allowing the group to finally ride it. Eventually meeting up with Nami, Usopp, and Brownbeard , the two groups turned their attention to Caesar's lab where Zoro and Kin'emon were able to cut down the iron shutter, allowing them to enter. Since cutting the iron shutter would allow the poisonous gas cloud into the base, the G-5 Marines plugged the hole with boards and blamed Kin'emon and Zoro for putting everyone in danger.
Law told everyone present about a way off the island but they would have two hours to escape. Everyone broke up into three teams. One of Caesar's underlings fired a cannon at the wall of Building A, allowing the poison gas to enter. As the exit gate of Building A was closing, Kin'emon and the others made a dash for it and managed to escape to the passageway to Building B before the gate sealed completely.
The small dragon appeared and attacked them while laying waste to Building B with fire. After the dragon was defeated, Kin'emon repeatedly kicked the dragon even though the dragon could not fight anymore, which made Brook astounded. He was forced to stop after being called out. Kin'emon and the group later found Chopper in Monster Point trying to prevent the children from getting their candy. Regardless of his efforts, the children beat him down and went past him when the Rumble Ball wore off. Once they reached there, they encountered Monet. Kin'emon went with Brook and Usopp to find his "son", and a pair of Seastone handcuffs, which Robin has asked for.
Brook used his Devil Fruit abilities to separate his soul from his body so he could find the handcuffs, and Kin'emon had to carry Brook's body. Kin'emon then learned from a little girl that his "son" had been transformed into a dragon. Filled with regret, he rushed back to find the dragon he fought with earlier believing that one to be Momonosuke. They managed to reach Building R safely, and after Brook boarded the rail car with Kin'emon in tow, the still-petrified samurai reunited with his "son".
During the aftermath, Brook shouted out that he broke Kin'emon, feeling remorse despite the samurai already being "dead".
Kin'emon's shell began to crack, and the samurai returned to his normal state. Luffy, Sanji, and Brook all screamed at him in shock, and Kin'emon screamed right back at them. Sanji kicked him angrily, asking how he could possibly be alive. When Brook called Sanji's actions uncalled for, the chef responded that the samurai deserved for not being dead like he was supposed to be. Momonosuke, having returned to his human form, then jumped into his father's arms and the two embraced.
Momonosuke was not wearing his clothes, but shortly was given an outfit much like his father's. Shortly after their reunion, Momonosuke fainted, apparently from starvation. He later regained consciousness and the two then ate Sanji's food and party with the others. As Nami informed the group that they were heading to Dressrosa, Kin'emon was surprised, saying that was where he wished to go. When Luffy asked him if he had any business on Dressrosa, Kin'emon revealed that he has a comrade being held prisoner there. Zoro denied having anything to do with the removal of Ryuma's body, but Kin'emon was soon distracted when he learned that his "son" was taking a bath with Robin.
He, Brook, and Sanji berated Momonosuke for using his youth to his advantage, and Kin'emon demanded that his "son" cut off his top knot to repent. The trio were then chastised by Nami, who took Momonosuke to sleep with her and Robin for the night. Kin'emon then watched in envy as his "son" was carried off to bed. When the morning newspaper came, everyone read the news about Doflamingo's resignation from the Shichibukai.
The following events are Non-Canon and therefore not considered part of the Canon story. Kin'emon was present on the ship when Breed attacked the Thousand Sunny. He fought against the invaders, and wondered who they were. After the animals escaped back into the water, Kin'emon listened as Breed talked to everybody on the ship. While the ship began to jump into the air due to the attack, Kin'emon squatted onto the ground, in order to keep his foothold on the ship.
Kin'emon and his "son" tell the story about how they were shipwrecked and drifted to Dressrosa, how Kin'emon was separated from his "son", and how Kanjuro was captured. The Thousand Sunny soon approached Dressrosa. After disembarking, the group split into three teams. While exploring, they saw that the country is unique because the citizens reside alongside living toys. After getting disguises, they stopped at a restaurant to get something to eat. After the man left without saying who he was, people in the casino noticed that their possessions had been mysteriously stolen.
A bystander claimed that it was the work of fairies. Zoro noticed that one of his swords, Shusui, was missing, causing him and Kin'emon to lose their temper. Zoro managed to spot the thief and immediately gave chase. Kin'emon followed him to ensure that Shusui would not be misused. Kin'emon also declared that once they catch the thief, he would duel Zoro for the sword. Kin'emon got lost along the way and found himself surrounded by Doflamingo's men, who warned him that something bad would happen to Kanjuro if he attempted to fight back.
He eventually ran into Sanji, who proceeded to defeat Kin'emon's pursuers. Having learned that Kanjuro was held at a "toy house", Kin'emon asked Sanji to accompany him. Kin'emon and Sanji then witnessed Luffy's clash with Chinjao on the video broadcast. Kin'emon wanted to save Kanjuro as soon as possible, but Sanji told him to wait as there are Marines surrounding the Corrida Colosseum. When Sanji scolded Kin'emon, the samurai replied with his belief that once a man enters a competition, he must aim for the top to be acknowledged as a real man.
Sanji decided to go save Nami's group while Kin'emon and Zoro stayed behind at the Corrida Colosseum, wondering how to get in. Kin'emon took out a Den Den Mushi and the group engaged in a conference call with Sanji and Franky's group. Everyone was then brought up to speed as they learned the true situation in Dressrosa. The three then witnessed the dramatic conclusion of the battle between Law and Doflamingo which raged across Dressrosa and ended right outside the colosseum.
They were shocked to see Doflamingo standing above his opponent and then shooting Law three times at close range. Kin'emon managed to reach Law, but before the samurai could recover him, Doflamingo kicked him back. The entire crew is shocked to be told by Kin'emon that the blind gambler was actually an Admiral. Both Doflamingo and Issho float above their opponents using their abilities, taking Law with them and head towards the palace.
After Luffy finally escaped the colosseum, the trio eluded the Marines by wearing disguises provided by Kin'emon's ability. Kin'emon, Luffy, and Zoro later arrived at the lift that leads to the royal palace alongside the dwarf, Wicca. They then encountered Viola , who offered to guide them to the palace. Once inside the passage, Zoro suggested that they use a basket used for lifting supplies and that Luffy should climb up carrying a rock and hang from the chain to act as a counterweight for the basket to move up. Kin'emon and Zoro then sat in the basket before Luffy reached the top.
Kin'emon suggested to Viola that she should step in the basket too. They later arrived at the palace rampart tower. Viola was about to sneak them in, but Luffy went ahead and smashed his way through the gate. Having alerted the guards, they decided to charge in. Kin'emon moved through the palace disguised as Doflamingo and with Wicca hiding in his pocket. He ran into Gladius while going to the basement to find Kanjuro. Gladius, who was deceived by the disguise, informed him that Kanjuro had disappeared from the scrap house. Sometime after Doflamingo trapped Dressrosa in his Birdcage , Kin'emon discarded his Doflamingo disguise and reached the underground trade port.
Doflamingo forced everyone on Dressrosa into a survival game and coaxed them into going after some certain people by putting a price on their heads. Kin'emon is included in Doflamingo's hit list. While Usopp and Robin's group fled to the surface, Kin'emon jumped down into a hole that leads to the scrap heap, hoping to find Kanjuro there. Kin'emon found Kanjuro and rejoiced tearfully, happy to see him again. The two samurais prepared to leave the scrap heap on a bird Kanjuro brought to life from a drawing he just painted, but the trapped citizens and Dressrosa soldiers begged to be taken along.
The two samurais then assisted the people in escaping the scrap heap. Usopp then reprimanded the two samurai for leaving behind the net for the citizens to climb. After learning that Sugar was in the palace, Usopp informed Kin'emon of the seriousness of the situation. Kin'emon was then surprised that Usopp planned to snipe at Sugar from an incredible distance, saying that would be impossible. When the Dressrosa citizens reached the top of the plateau, Kin'emon and the others held them back long enough for Usopp to launch his attack. Though Kin'emon and Kanjuro were tied up, Usopp was successful in his efforts.
The Dressrosa citizens then released the samurai and the others, realizing that they were merely playing into Doflamingo's hands if they had continued. After most of the Donquixote Pirates' officers were defeated, Kin'emon, Kanjuro, and Usopp screamed in terror as Pica headed towards the old King's Plateau to crush everyone. After Pica's defeat, Zoro was pulled up from a ledge by Usopp.
Kin'emon and Usopp then praised him on his display of strength, but Zoro told them to save it for later as Doflamingo was still standing. When Doflamingo's Birdcage started to shrink, Kin'emon placed his hopes in Luffy. Once they reached the Birdcage, Kin'emon and Kanjuro were surprised that Zoro made an attempt to push back the Birdcage.
The samurais tried to tell Zoro that it would be impossible, but Zoro angrily told them to help instead of doing nothing. Once Doflamingo had been defeated, they witnessed the collapse of the Birdcage. They rejoiced as Doflamingo's downfall was announced to Dressrosa. Three days after Doflamingo's downfall, Kin'emon and Kanjuro traveled through the central streets, watching the citizens rebuild the country.
They later appeared at Kyros' house, eating a meal with the Straw Hats. They prepared to leave when the Marines were mobilized to pursue Luffy and all those affiliated with him. They fled when the Marines were about to storm Kyros' house. While waiting for Luffy, they saw Issho approaching. At that moment, Luffy arrived and attacked Issho. During the clash, Issho used his gravity ability to blow away Luffy, who was then caught by Hajrudin. They quickly fled across a bridge leading to a gigantic ship in the distance.
Issho prepared to drop the rubble on them but was obstructed by the Dressrosa citizens who were pretending to chase after the pirates. They eventually reached Orlumbus' flagship, the Yonta Maria. The Straw Hats and Barto Club attempted to fight back, but were immobilized by a very sticky substance from the cannonballs. The next day, the Going Luffy-senpai arrived at Silver Mine , and Kin'emon was transported by Law into the underground mine where Luffy and Bartolomeo were. The escapees of the mine were being attacked by a deluge of molten ore, but Kin'emon cut through the ore as he helped Luffy, Bartolomeo, and their allies to escape.
After Zoro defeated Peseta , the Straw Hats and Barto Club prepared to head back to the ship, but Luffy and Bartolomeo stayed behind to confront Bill after he cut off their path. During a hail storm, Luffy's group learned that the Barto Club does not have a navigator, lacks experience in sailing, and usually call Gambia's grandmother who gives them useless advice.
Therefore, the Straw Hats, the samurais, and Law needed to protect the ship. After one week of traversing through the dangers of the New World , the ship finally arrived at Zou. Kin'emon was amazed at the sight of the island, which is on the back of a giant elephant. Proceeding to search for Sanji's group, they climbed the giant elephant's left hind leg with a dragon that Kanjuro conjured.
After the samurais explained that they were also searching for their ninja comrade, Raizo, the group saw something dropping towards them. The thing that was falling towards them happened to be a monkey mink. While Kin'emon and Kanjuro were fooling around, the mink hit them, causing them to fall off the dragon.
Despite being separated from the group, the samurai assured the Straw Hats that they were alright and will catch up to them eventually. Kanjuro later conjured a cat, which he, Kin'emon, and Bariete used to climb the elephant's leg. As they saw the eruption rain, they panicked as the cat would melt if it made contact with water. On the next morning, they finally reached Zou. Kin'emon asked Bariete about Raizo, but he quickly ran away. The samurais chased after him, not noticing a sleeping Franky, Robin, and Brook.
When they arrived at Kurau City, they were quickly intercepted by the Straw Hats, who tried desperately to keep them hidden. However, when they saw Inuarashi and Nekomamushi fighting with each other, the samurais revealed themselves, much to the Straw Hats' horror. Kin'emon explained that he is a retainer of the Kozuki Family and asked about Raizo. Contrary to what the Straw Hats expected, the Mink Tribe welcomed them and revealed that Raizo is safe as well as having a friendship with Kin'emon's clan.
Kin'emon then revealed the crest of the Kozuki Family on his back to confirm his allegiance. After Momonosuke pleaded for Inuarashi and Nekomamushi to stop their quarreling, Kin'emon revealed that he is not his father and that his true father is the lord of the Kozuki Family. After Inuarashi and Nekomamushi called a truce, they took the samurais and the Straw Hats to a secret area in the Whale Forest where Raizo was hidden. Jeremy Irons Anthony Andrews. Jacqueline Susann's Valley of the Dolls. Vivienne is lesbian and an artist.
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In episode 1x10, "War Stories", her client is a female Councilor. The Councilor is lesbian or bisexual personal information about her was not provided in the episode. The Shield. Lowe was a police officer who struggled with his homosexuality due to his devout Christian beliefs. Dylan Walsh Steven R. Nina leaves her husband Carl after finding out he has an affair with a man. Kyle is the sensitive gay character and music student tutored by lead character Ephram Brown. Ephram is sensitive and accepting of Kyle and helps him come out. The Wire. Sonja Sohn Michael K.
Kima and Omar are both consistently gay ensemble members. Throughout the show they each have multiple partners. William's sexuality is not openly discussed, but he is seen in a gay bar during Season 3. Angels in America. Fan Chi-wei Yang Youning. Ned Dorneget. Ned was a Cyber operations Special agent who identified as gay. One Tree Hill. Anna Taggaro Josh Avery. Appearing in season 2 only, Anna is a classmate of Peyton's who struggles with rumors of her sexuality before finally coming out as a lesbian. Her family has been denying this fact for many years and once the secret is out, they move to another place.
He is secretly gay fearing that if he came out his career would be ruined and his reputation as a party boy would come undone. After confiding in a friend and getting acceptance, he decides to come out but the reactions of the public are not shown. Liz Cruz is openly lesbian. Sophia Lopez is transgender and the trigger of a significant story arc in Season 1. At the second season's finale, Ava Moore is revealed to be transgender, which causes deep consequences in the series.
Quentin Costa is openly bisexual. Detective Kit McGraw is bisexual. Cherry Peck is transgender and plays a significant role in Season 3. Julia was married to Dr. Sean McNamara but following their divorce, fell in love and had a romance with Olivia in Season 4. The O. Marissa and Alex, both bisexual, have a brief relationship in Season 2. Luke's father Carson is gay. Gecko, the show's "lizard man," has dialogue that indicates he is gay or bisexual. Fortune teller Sophie seduces cootch dancer Libby in one episode in Season 1.
Katie Finneran Kari Matchett. Sharon inadvertently came out in the first episode. Beth is bisexual and dated Sharon throughout the series. Brother of Grace McCallister and uncle to the boys. Also a gay teenage character who commits suicide which emotionally affects Jack. Remy Hadley. Desperate Housewives. Manipulative Andrew claims to be gay but confesses to be bisexual. Justin is gay and Andrew's boyfriend.
Alex is Andrew's ex-husband. Peter is the bisexual boyfriend of Andrew's mother. Bob and Lee, a gay couple, move into Wisteria Lane in Season 4. Katherine realizes she is bisexual. Robin is lesbian and an ex-stripper. She dates Katherine season 6. Rescue Me. Silletti aka "Probie" initially secretly receives oral sex from a queer construction worker roommate, who later outs him to the other firefighters at Silletti's hall. Silletti then self-identifies as bisexual, but later reverts to stating he is heterosexual.
Assistant to super-agent Ari Gold. Battlestar Galactica. Admiral Helena Cain had a romantic relationship with a civilian network analyst, Gina Inviere, who she later discovered was one of the model Six Cylons. D'Anna, Gaius and six were shown to be in a relationship together. The L Word. Bette and Tina are a lesbian couple who were in a relationship for seven years prior to the show's beginning. They are on and off throughout the show. Tina is shown to be with both men and women when she is not with Bette. Tina and Helena have a brief relationship in season 2.
Bette has a relationship in Seasons 4 and 5 with Jodi. Bette has a small fling with student Nadia Alice and Dana are together in Season 2. Jenny discovers her lesbianism after an affair with Marina in Season 1. Shane sleeps with many characters throughout the show and briefly considers marrying Carmen despite her ongoing affair with Cherie. Shane has a brief relationship with Paige in Season 4, and a short tryst with Molly Phyllis's Daughter.
Shane ends the show in a relationship with Jenny. Dana's first love interest is Lara who she later gets back together with. Alice also has a relationship with Bette's boss Phyllis. Phyllis settles down with Bette's lawyer Joyce. Max Sweeney formerly Moira Sweeney is a transgender man. He's in a relationship with Jenny who helps him during his transition.
Tom Friendly Arturo. Tom is openly gay and one of the so-called 'Others' who reside on the island. He is later shown with a lover, Arturo. Arturo is gay. There are a number of positively portrayed minor gay characters in Veronica Mars , although for most being gay is incidental to their characters. Joanie Stubbs Jane Canary. Kim Dickens Robin Weigert. Joanie is a lesbian and falls in love with Jane. Jane aka Calamity Jane grows in love with Joanie and reciprocates her attention.
Thelma Bates has an unrequited love on her best friend Cassie Hughes, her love is so strong that she came back from the dead as a ghost to protect Cassie. Tom Wright has an unrequited crush on Leon Taylor. Maya Robertson begins a relationship with Thelma after being killed and brought back as a ghost by Malachi. Moorat Aka Eunuch's Wedding, a sensitive story that unfolds their deprived and isolated world and yet portrays eloquently how they too are not far away from the human emotions and feelings and their world not much different to ours.
Beating Heart. Hae-jung is trans woman and sibling of lead character Kim Chang-wan. Commander in Chief. Vince is the Special Aide to the President.
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In Episode 8 , it is revealed that he is gay and has been found to have HIV. The Book of Daniel. Peter is Daniel's year-old gay Republican son. Scott is a gay attorney who works at the Family Options Fertility Clinic. In the pilot episode, he and his partner have their child. Sally Hawkins Elaine Cassidy. Charlie Bradbury is an openly lesbian computer hacker and IT employee who assisted Sam and Dean Winchester in several cases in seasons 7, 8, 9, and Crowley describes his sexuality as 'complicated' as he made deals with both men and women he's most likely pansexual.
Jesse and Cesar Cuevas are gay and each other's spouse. Jack Harkness is an omnisexual character from the 51st century, also appearing as the lead in spin-off series Torchwood. River Song is bisexual and has had relationships with both men and women she is also from the 51st century, where pansexuality is a norm. Madame Vastra, a Silurian , and her human wife Jenny Flint are lesbians. Clara Oswald has mentioned romantic relationships with women and has had relationships with men on screen.
The word 'bisexual' was never used in the show but has been insinuated. Bill Potts is a lesbian and the first openly gay companion to the Doctor. In season 10 episode 11, "World Enough and Time", The Doctor tells Bill that Missy aka The Master had been his "man-crush"; adding, "We're billions of years beyond your petty human obsession with gender and its associated stereotypes.
Angela Montenegro Roxie Lyon. Michaela Conlin Nichole Hiltz. Angela is bisexual. She had a brief relationship with college friend Roxie, but later married Dr. Jack Hodgins. Callie is bisexual. She and Erica embark on a romantic relationship during the fifth season until Erica abruptly leaves the hospital. Shortly after, Callie continues to explore her sexuality with Arizona, and the two eventually establish a relationship. Erica is lesbian. Arizona is lesbian. She had an affair with Arizona in Season 9. She had an affair with Arizona in Season Joe is gay.
He's the bartender and owner of the bar that the doctors frequent. Walter is gay and Joe's off-again on-again boyfriend. They end up adopting twins together season 3. She's introduced as a love interest for Arizona in Season She was introduced as a love interest for Callie in Season Carina is bisexual.
She's introduced in season 14 as a love interest for Arizona and Owen. Casey is a transgender man who is a first-year surgical intern in Season He had always felt an attraction to men but hadn't understood it. Nico is the first openly gay surgeon in the series. He is attracted to Levi. Sanjay declared his love for lead character Nancy Botwin but later speculated that it was a case of diva worship.
Isabelle is the young daughter of lead characters Dean and Celia Hodes; she identifies as lesbian. Till and Shlatter are professional partners at the Drug Enforcement Administration and also lovers. The N. Spencer Carlin Ashley Davies. Gabrielle Christian Mandy Musgrave. Spencer moves to Los Angeles from Ohio and befriends Ashley, both of whom are lesbians.
Their relationship builds and Spencer's coming out to her parents is triggered by her mother walking in on the young couple. At the end of the series in the third season, they move in together. Sleeper Cell. Salim Jason. Omid Abtahi Michael Rady. Salim is a gay member of an Islamic terrorist cell. Jason is the man Salim begins developing a relationship with.
The characters appeared in season 2, Sleeper Cell: American Terror. Sugar Rush. Kim Daniels is a lesbian who has an unrequited love with her best friend Sugar. Kim attends a Christian group in the hopes of curing her homosexuality where she meets Beth and the two begin a brief relationship. In season 2 Kim begins dating Saint and the two eventually move it together.
Dave and David are Kim's gay neighbours who are raising their son Tom together. Noah's Arc.
Shows the lives of a small group of gay men of color living in the Los Angeles, California area. Outrageous Fortune. Bilkey is gay. Angel is a transwoman. The Line of Beauty. Nick, an Oxford graduate, starts a relationship with Leo, a black council worker. Jase is a closeted man who finds a male lover, Mani. Faye is a transgender woman. Hayden Panettiere Madeline Zima. Gretchen and Claire are roommates in college in Season 4. Later on, it is revealed that Gretchen is bisexual and has romantic feelings for Claire which are later reciprocated by Claire.
Ray Stevenson. Sirko was a Ukrainian mobster seeking to kill Dexter Morgan to avenge the death of Sirko's lover Viktor, whom Morgan had murdered in season 7. Waterloo Road. Jo is an openly gay French teacher. In season 5, episode 17, Ros kisses Jo after completing her exams, despite already having a boyfriend. Matt Wilding, music teacher at the school was gay and was with a boyfriend for three years, but the fact that he was unwilling to live openly as a gay man was a source of constant rows between them and meant the relationship was doomed to failure.
Josh is teacher Tom's son and comes out after initially having attractions for his best friend Finn Sharkey. Nate is an openly gay teenage character with romantic connections to Josh. Captain Jack Harkness was previously established on Doctor Who as omnisexual. Ianto begins the series in a secretive heterosexual relationship, but eventually enters a relationship with Jack. Toshiko is similarly, bisexual, entering a relationship with a woman named Mary while attracted to teammate Owen. Owen is also bisexual, having a threesome with a man and a woman, and confirmed intentional sexual tension with Mark Lynch.
Jack's namesake, the real Captain Jack Harkness Matt Rippy from was also gay and was subject to a parting kiss. Captain John Hart, Jack's ex partner, appears in the second series premiere and the second series finale. In episode nine of series four, recurring character Charlotte Willis comes out as a lesbian.
Vincent is hinted at being the only openly gay member of Eureka's recurring characters, though this is handled very lightly and only rarely appears to any major degree. Kevin is a gay attorney and part of a large family. Scotty is Kevin's husband. Chad was a bisexual former love interest for Kevin. Saul acknowledged to his sister that years previously he had been in love with another man and Saul came out to Kevin. Matt Ross Ben Koldyke. Alby is a closeted gay Mormon, scheming to control his polygamous sect. He meets Dale, an attorney who runs an "ex-gay" group, in season four and the two become lovers until Dale commits suicide.
Justin Suarez Marc St. James Alexis Meade Cliff St. Paul Austin. Marc is the openly gay personal assistant of the fashion editor at MODE magazine. Justin is the fashion forward, performing arts-loving nephew of Betty. He came out in the second-to-last episode. Alexis formerly Alex is a trans woman and the sibling of lead character Daniel.
Cliff is a fashion photographer and Marc's boyfriend in season two. Austin and Justin begin a relationship in the final episodes of the series. Ben is the flamboyant, openly gay front desk receptionist at the hotel. Meera Syal Fenella Woolgar. Miranda is a lesbian private investigator. Min is Miranda's partner and is having their baby. Melanie and Helen meet and begin a relationship towards the end of Season 7. Sal is a closeted member of the ad agency's art department. Carol is the roommate of and in love with the office manager, Joan.
Joyce is a lesbian friend of Peggy's. Kurt is an art director with the agency. Maxxie is openly gay first generation, season 1 and 2. Tony may be fluid. Tony's sexuality is left unclear as he has had both male and female sexual relationships, though he has never had a boyfriend. He had an adventure with Maxxie in Russia first generation, season 1 and 2. Cassie said that she was straight before that she know pussies, this happened when Sid broke her heart in season 2 first generation, season 1 and 2.
Dale is a minor character who kissed Maxxie after he tried to hit him first generation, season 2. James is Maxxie's boyfriend first generation, season 2. Emily is a lesbian, but she had sex with JJ second generation, season 3, 4 and 7. Naomi is Emily's girlfriend, she is a lesbian. The two are in a committed relationship. Franky is an androgynous pansexual third generation, season 5 and 6.
Matty, is bisexual, though this trait is left unsaid in the series third generation, season 5 and 6. Alex is a gay character who joins the 'third generation' in season 6 third generation, season 6. Nick kissed Alex at a party, he isn't gay and doesn't look like bisexual, but he may be bicurious or fluid third generation, season 5 and 6. Kellie Martin Ryan Michelle Bathe. Nicole is lesbian and an Army intelligence captain. At first reluctant to be out about her relationship with Charlie because of the government's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" military policy, Nicole eventually proposes to her.
Season 6 Charlie is lesbian and the civilian partner of Nicole. FX seasons 1—3 Audience Network season 4—5. Fiske was the lead defense attorney on the first season's central case. He was closeted and concealing a relationship with a key witness. Fiske shot himself to death in plaintiff's attorney Patti Hewes's office. Eric is Serena van der Woodsen 's gay younger brother who is outed by Georgina in Season 1. Harold is Blair Waldorf 's divorced father, and Roman is his boyfriend. Asher and Jonathan are Eric's ex-boyfriends. Freddy is Roman's ex-lover.
Julian is the school play's director. Josh is a gay man who Chuck kisses in order to ensure that he gives Blair the honor of making NYU's freshman speech in Season 3. Calvin is a young man who is inadvertently outed in the first-season finale. Heath, from a rival fraternity, and Calvin are casual sex partners in season 1 and in season 4 the two are a couple. Calvin had a brief relationship with the older Michael in season 2. Grant is Calvin's season 3 love interest. The Tudors. Historical figure Tallis is portrayed as being involved in a sexual relationship with nobleman Compton.
George Boleyn, Anne Boleyn's brother is portrayed as gay. There is no historical evidence for these orientations. The Lair. Supernatural-themed series following a vampire cult that operates a sex club. The Best Years. Canada The N US. Lee owns local hot spot nightclub Colony. He is bisexual and HIV-positive.
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William Baldwin Candis Cayne. Darling, a United States Senate candidate, is carrying on an affair with the transgender Carmelita, the latest of several such affairs. Leo is bisexual and the brother of lead character Lucy Spiller. Jack is a closeted movie star who has a short tryst with Leo.
Garbo is lesbian and a drug dealer. Julia is bisexual. She has sex with Garbo. Bonnie Somerville Lourdes Benedicto. Caitlin is bisexual or bi-curious. She met and dated Alicia, a lesbian, for a number of episodes. Teddy dated several female characters until he realized that he was gay in Season 3 after having a tryst with Shane. Adrianna had a short romance with Gia in Season 2. Emily Grace Lillian Moss. Emily Grace is bisexual. She was in a relationship with George Crabtree and dated Leslie Garland. In Season 8 episode "High Voltage", she meets suffragette Lillian Moss; and thereafter falls in love with her.
She was disowned by her family for refusing to marry a hand-picked husband. Lillian's real name was Helen and she had once been involved with a married woman. She was attracted to Emily Grace and they subsequently enter into a romantic relationship. Being Human. Carl Dan. Carl is a gay vampire. He shares a flat with his human boyfriend Dan until he accidentally kills him during sleep.
The police is looking for him so Carl escapes to Brazil. The Secret Life of the American Teenager. Ally Walker Pamela J. Agent June Stahl was bisexual. Agent Amy Tyler was June's professional and personal partner during the third season. Wendy realizes she likes women before season 4.
Venus Van Dam is a transgender sex worker introduced in Season 5. Gemma is seen waking up next to different women on more than one occasion she also gets called out about it by Nero Padilla, who would later become her boyfriend , indicating Gemma is bisexual. He later refers to himself as "just gay enough". True Blood. Lafayette is a gay short-order cook, drug dealer and sex worker. Tara is Lafayette's cousin. After being involved with several men in the first three seasons, she is involved with a woman as of the premiere of Season 4. She later shows interest in a relationship with Pam.
Jason is the brother of Sookie Stackhouse, and is shown to have multiple sexual dreams about men, though he never acts on it. He's very likely bisexual or at least bicurious. Eric Northman is a pansexual vampire and the sheriff of the vampires in his town. He has multiple relations with males. Eddie is a gay vampire and former accountant, one of Lafeyette's clients.
Steve Newlin starts out as the leader of an anti-vampire Christian ministry. He is made a vampire sometime between the end of season two and the end of Season 4, coming out to Jason Stackhouse as a "gay vampire American". Jesus joined the series in Season 3 as Lafayette's love interest. He is a nurse at the nursing home where Lafayette's mother lives and a brujo male witch. After being implied bisexual in Seasons 1 and 2, Pam is seen engaging in oral sex with Yvetta in Season 3.
David Finch is a hypocritical right-wing politician who was an occasional sex client of Lafayette's in Season 1. Fer is one of the main characters of the series. During Season 3, Fer falls for David, the new straight soccer punk at the school. David comes out of the closet and begins a relationship with Fer which becomes an emotional roller coaster ride for both characters over several seasons. Their relationship touches on several teenage and LGBT issues such as parental problems, conversion therapy, and teen suicide.
Alma has been in sexual relationships with both boys and girls, though she never confirmed her bisexuality. Lisa Loven Kaia Varjord. Lone begins a relationship with kitesurfer Heidi and the two eventually move to Cape Town together. Legend of the Seeker. In the television series, Cara is portrayed as bisexual. In Treatment. Jesse, one of Dr. Paul Weston's patients, is an adopted teenager searching for his real parents.
Raising the Bar. The No. The Prisoner. Jamie Campbell Bower Vincent Regan. Sebastian Stan Michael Arden. Joseph is Jack's clandestine boyfriend. Both are gay. Kurt Hummel is gay. At the start of the series he was in the closet but he soon came out and became the only out-gay kid in William McKinley high school. Blaine Anderson was introduced in Season 2 as Kurt's love interest. At the end of Season 4 it was revealed the Blaine wanted to propose to Kurt.
Brittany is bisexual. In Season 2, Santana admitted she was in love with Brittany and wanted to be with her, Brittany at the time was already in a relationship with Artie but by Season 3 Brittany and Santana were in a secret relationship. Santana is a lesbian. In Season 3 Santana was still closeted but following an argument with Finn Hudson she was forced to come out. Her parents and classmates were accepting but her grandmother took the news very badly.
Brittany and Santana broke up in Season 4 but in Season 5 they met again, realized they still loved each other, and move in together. Wade "Unique" Adams is a trans woman introduced in late Season 3. She only feels comfortable in woman's clothing.