It is organized by orientation and alphabetically by surname (i.e. The list also includes asexual, graysexual, non-binary, and pansexual characters.
Roles include lead, main, recurring, supporting, and guest.
Following their breakup Emaline becomes attracted to fellow classmate Kate Messner, they admit they like each other and later kiss, making her possibly bisexual.As a matter of fact, there is still a lot that isn't understood, and because research on the subject is always yielding new discoveries in relatively quick succession, in addition to shifting societal norms and growing understanding that even biology isn't as cut-and-dry as it once was thought to be.It's best to keep an open mind as previously rigidly held, commonplace ideas are constantly challenged.Now for some definitions of the terminology involved: Portrayals of trans people range between Acceptable Targets and Once Acceptable Targets.While many portrayals are sympathetic, many are also built around jokes about the character "really" being another gender — plus, bigoted and inaccurate "trans panic" jokes portraying trans people as deceptive cross-dressers ("Oh no, the hot chick is really a man! Because this line of reasoning is often a motive for murder in Real Life, this type of humor goes beyond mere Unfortunate Implications.They officially started a relationship in Episode 6 of Season 2 and were established to be in love in Episode 10 of the same season, when they exchanged "I love yous".He's had romantic relationships with women before, with the vampire Camille Belcourt being the one that stings the most.This is a list of live action LGBT characters in television and radio.This list is for bisexual, gay, lesbian, and transgender fictional characters that appear in various television (includes TV movies and web series), radio, and podcast programs.Note that an older term now considered more outdated would be transsexual, which is often used in older contexts up until fairly relatively recently.The language around trans discourse changes very rapidly, due to being de-pathologised and re-written by trans people themselves instead of by outside onlookers.