Date: 2014-03-14 11:27 pm (UTC)
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Any fandom, any character(s), Sydney Mardi Gras 2014!
Any fandom, any character, Aromantic pansexual? Isn't that just another term for slut? Character grapples with this stereotype.
Any (supernatural-based?) fandom, any character, A curse leads to a change of gender. Character doesn't understand the big deal when they're as happy being male as they are being female (or vice-verse).
Any fandom, any character, Asexual aromantic character and someone they're close to thinking they could be the 'key' to 'unlock' their romantic and/or sexual attraction. Character is annoyed and tries to explain how there is nothing to 'unlock'.
Any fandom, any character, Family reunion for young adult (20-30) aromantic character. Yet again they come without a significant other. At this point they're just hiding the fact they're gay, right?
Any fandom, any character, Trans* character attempting to begin transition when they want to be in a different body but don't fully identify with one gender.
Any fandom, any character, An asexual character can indeed enjoy sex, it just has a different meaning for them.
Any fandom, any character, Character identifies as grey-ace and experiences both sexual attraction and romantic attraction; they just don't want to be in a sexual and/or romantic relationship. Ever.
Any fandom, any character, Grappling with being transsexual and experiencing what seems to be a change of sexuality.
Any fandom, any character, Just because character is in a heterosexual monogamous marriage doesn't negate hir bisexuality. Nor does it make hir unfaithful.
Any fandom, any character, Having all close friends being queer has some advantages. It also has disadvantages when they consider you 'less queer' than them because you identify as bisexual and cisgendered.
Any fandom, any character, Kissing and cuddling within the realms of friendship is as much as character will/can give. It's hard for hir to find someone accepting of this.
Any fandom, any character, Suddenly all people change colour based on their sexuality. Character has no idea where hir attractions lie until they wake up that morning.
Any fandom, any characters, Same-sex couple is getting divorced (prefer it to be a case of just 'moving apart' rather than there being any abuse/cheating/similar). They face backlash – both from those who don't support same-sex marriage and the queer community.
Any fandom, any characters, Asexual (and aromantic?) friends decide to get married and have children. After all, best friends do make the best parents.
Any fandom, any characters, Asexual aromantic character is going to lose their virginity. Now to find someone they trust, isn't going to think this is an ongoing 'friends with benefits' scenario, and won't form a romantic connection. They never said it was going to be easy.

Ben 10 (any 'verse), Ben Tennyson, He always wished some of those aliens allowed him to express his more feminine side.
Ben 10 (any 'verse), Ben Tennyson/Kevin Levin, Kevin finds it easier to accept what they're doing when Ben is in alien form.

Brokeback Mountain, Ennis del Mar/Jack Twist, By the end of the story/movie everybody knew; how would have things been different if they'd come out?
Brokeback Mountain, Ennis del Mar, Ennis comes out to Alma Jr.

Criminal Minds, Emily Prentiss & Spencer Reid, Emily has never exactly kept her sexuality a secret, but when Reid comes out and she doesn't say anything about her own experience, Reid can't help but be hurt when he finds out later on.

Crossover, Supernatural/Supernatural RPF, Jensen Ackles/Jared Padalecki and Sam Winchester & Dean Winchester, Falling into the FrenchMistake!verse where they're apparently in a relationship with their brother leaves Sam and/or Dean questioning where their affections really do lie.

Futurama, Turanga Leela, Leela doesn't think she should have to justify her bisexuality to her boyfriend (Fry), even if he is insecure and thinks she's going to jump into bed with the next woman who walks by.
Futurama, Turanga Leela, Being genderqueer has nothing to do with being a mutant, but it's hard for everyone else to take Leela seriously.
Futurama, any character, After the sex changes on Neutopia, a character is left considering whether the body they were born with is really the body they wish to have.

Grease, Danny Zuko/Kenickie, They've been experimenting for a while and continue to insist it means nothing, lying to both each other and themselves.
Grease, Kenickie, Why isn't he allowed to be interested in both Danny and Rizzo?
Grease, Danny Zuko/Kenickie/Betty Rizzo, Learning what polyamory means and applying it to what they have.
Grease, Danny Zuko/Kenickie, So they're finally allowed to be together, but they have to keep it a secret from the world.

Happy Days, Arthur Fonzarelli/Richie Cunningham, He's still cool, right?

Inglourious Basterds, Aldo Raine/Hugo Stiglitz, It's in a time where nobody is allowed to be themselves, only Hugo's never been very good at following the status quo. The other Basterds might not be so accepting.

Lost, James “Sawyer” Ford/Jack Shephard, Sleeping with all those women got his cons was easy when there was no chance of developing a romantic connection. Now he's actually found someone he considers a friend...and it might be more than that (Sawyer can be homoromantic hetereosexual or homoromantic bisexual/pansexual/omnisexual – writer's choice).

Oz, Tobias Beecher/Chris Keller, Toby isn't sure if Chris is safety or love and what that says about him and who he is.
Oz, Chris Keller, What if he was released? Would loving Toby be enough for Chris to finally admit his sexuality and not kill because of it?
Oz, Chris Keller, Strangely enough, it's after finally coming out to himself as gay that Chris is able to find God (inspired by the canon quote: “Sister, do you think Jesus was a fag?...just looking for a role model”).
Oz, Miguel Alvarez/Ryan O'Reily, It's with another man that Miguel finally finds a place where he belongs and is accepted.
Oz, any character, Being a prag when you're a closeted MtF.

RPF, Australian journalists, any journalist, Reporting at Sydney Mardi Gras is when they discover their true sexuality and/or gender identity.

RPF, Supernatural, Jensen Ackles/Jared Padalecki, Coming out to the entire fandom has mixed results.

South Park, Kenny McCormick, Everyone's trying to convince him that being pansexual has to do with the childhood sex-addiction diagnosis. The fact he doesn't think having an active sex life is a bad thing just enforces their views.
South Park, Eric Cartman, Being genderqueer and attracted to males makes nothing easy, and Cartman thinks zir friends will be less than accepting.

Supernatural, Dean Winchester/Sam Winchester, There can be exceptions to the “I'm straight” rule when this is the person you've built your life around.
Supernatural, Dean Winchester/Sam Winchester, After the siren they're both left questioning their sexuality and how what they want most has never been anything but each other.
Supernatural, Dean Winchester, Coming out to Sam as genderqueer gives Dean the most confidence ze's had in years (supportive Sam, please).
Supernatural, Sam Winchester/Dean Winchester, Five alternative realities when Sam and Dean are still soulmates, but each with a different set of gender and/or sexual identities (can include FM!J2 if you wish).
Supernatural, Sam Winchester/Dean Winchester, They love each other more than anything, and don't need sex to prove it.

The Big Bang Theory, Penny/Sheldon Cooper, Navigating a relationship between a sexual and an asexual person. Their friends might not think they can do it, but they intend to prove them wrong.

The Lord Of The Rings, Aragorn, Before becoming King he slept with any he was attracted to. Many of these were men.

The Simpsons, Bart Simpson, Bart doesn't fit into the gender binary, and it's Lisa with her love of research who helps Bart discover just what that means.
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