List of media portrayals of bisexuality
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|3x3 Eyes||Yoko Ayanokoji|
|The Authority||Swift, Jenny Sparks||Prominent gay superheroes Apollo and Midnighter also feature.|
|Batman||Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy||Harley Quinn is probably most famous for her “mad love” romance with the Joker that prompted her creation in the first place. However, her greatest partnership—and greatest romance—is with another iconic Batman villainess, Poison Ivy. The two have enjoyed a relationship on any number of levels.|
|Bingo Love||Hazel Johnson, Mari McCray|
|Black Butler||Grell Sutcliff|
|Captain Marvel||Marlo Chandler, Moondragon|
|Cardcaptor Sakura||Touya Kinomoto||Touya has a relationship in the past with Kahō Mizuki, but then falls in love with Yukito Tsukishiro.|
|Catwoman||Selina Kyle||Confirmed as bisexual by writer Genevieve Valentine, in a relationship with Eiko Hasigawa – the third woman to don the mask of Catwoman – who also appears to be queer (unconfirmed). The second Catwoman, Holly Robinson, was a lesbian.|
|Deadpool||Wade Wilson||Wilson is omnisexual|
|Doom Patrol||[who?]||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Gen¹³||Sarah Rainmaker||Different writers portray her either as a lesbian or bisexual|
|Hellblazer||John Constantine||Sexuality portrayed as trivial aspect of character.|
|The Incredible Hercules||Hercules (Marvel Comics)||Hercules has been involved with several women and Northstar. An alternative universe Hercules was in a relationship with that universe's version of Wolverine.|
|The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen||Jekyll/Hyde||Hyde mentions that his weaker alter-ego began developing his personality-altering serum to expunge all "darker" impulses, including his attractions to men.|
|The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars||Korra, Asami Sato|
|Legion of Super-Heroes||Element Lad||Element Lad's relationship with Shvaughn Erin transcends gender.|
|Lost Girls||Alice, Wendy Darling, Dorothy Gale, most minor characters||Sexuality portrayed as fluid|
|Love and Rockets||Maggie Chascarillo, Hopey Glass etc.||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Madame Xanadu||Madame Xanadu/Nimue||An immortal, has had many relationships with both men and women over the centuries, including a doomed affair with a Spanish woman during the Spanish Inquisition|
|Outsiders||Grace Choi||Long list of sexual conquests. Claims to have relationships with women, but only 'sleep with' men. She is Thunder's love interest.|
|Secret Six||Knockout, Catman||Violent supervillains; Catman's sexuality only confirmed extra-texually by writer Gail Simone|
|Spider-Man||Electro, Black Cat||Electro is a violent supervillain.|
Black Cat is a recurring love interest of Spider-Man.
|Starman||Mikaal Tomas||Mikaal belongs to an alien race where sexuality is indiscriminate.|
|Strangers in Paradise||Katchoo, Francine, Casey||Katchoo depicted as "mostly gay", Francine as "mostly straight". Katchoo becomes pregnant by a beloved male friend who is terminally ill; Francine marries, and later divorces, a man before finally committing to Katchoo.|
|Supergirl||Blithe||Sexuality portrayed as fluid but socially problematic.|
|Thunderbolts||Andreas von Strucker, Skein||Violent supervillains|
Outed during separate runs.
|Wonder Woman||Wonder Woman||During a candid interview with Comicosity, Wonder Woman comic writer Greg Rucka gave the world confirmation, saying that there is no real concept of gay on the fictional island of Themyscira.|
|X-Factor||Jamie Madrox, Rictor, Shatterstar||Jamie's duplications occasionally exhibit alternative sexual desires.|
Rictor kept his sexual orientation somewhat vague until he was reunited with Shatterstar, who greeted him with a passionate kiss.
|X-Men||Mystique, Destiny, Daken, Psylocke||As originally intended by Chris Claremont, Mystique and Destiny were a committed couple.|
|X-Statix / X-Force||Doop||Doop is a sentient, nonhumanoid Cold War lab experiment.|
|Y: The Last Man||Agent 355||Displays attraction to both men and women; many straight-identified characters engage in same-sex relations, as all men on Earth but one have died|
|Young Avengers vol. 2||Prodigy (David Alleyne), Kid Loki||Prodigy expressly identifies as bi; Loki accepts it as a label though Asgardian culture does not attach identity to sexual behavior. Sexuality is portrayed as fluid, with other characters, both straight- and gay-identified, admitting to a variety of sexual experiences|
|Assigned Male||Stéphie, Eiríkur, Virgil, Alice||Virgil identifies as pansexual|
|BiLove||Enzo||Enzo shows romantic attraction to both Izabella and Taylor|
|#Blessed||Joanna||Joanna dates several gods and goddesses. Some members of the pantheon may be bisexual.|
|Blessings||Wynn, Siyav, Tocid|
|BOO! It's Sex||Lindsey||Had a relationship with a man named Jordan, and has shown romantic interest in women.|
|Crumbs||Ray Demercy||Had a crush on a girl in high school, and is romantically involved with a man named Laurie.|
|The Devil is a Handsome Man||Jasper "Jaz" Corea||Had physical relationships with a female demon named Delta and a genderfluid demon named Val.|
|Dirty Laundry||Tyre, Kaili||Confirmed by author|
|Dumbing of Age||Billie, Marcy, Danny, Ruth|
|El Goonish Shive||Ellen, Grace, Ashley||Grace is seen to be okay with whatever gender Tedd decides to be.|
|Girls With Slingshots||Jamie||Author refer her as "bi-romantic heterosexual virgin'|
|Go Get a Roomie!||Roomie, Allan Tallis, Lilian Tallis|
|Gourmet Hound||Sherry Becker||In relationships with Graham and Robert prior to the story. Eventually mentions she is in love with her business partner Madeline.|
|Inhibit||Victor Allen||Confirmed by the author in a Q+A, which also confirmed nearly the entire cast is LGBTQ+.|
|Life outside the circle||Juha Ojala||Juha was married to a woman, and compare his crush to Sami as being the same as the one he had on his wife.|
|Live, Laugh, Love, The Mann and Lucky Channel||Mannan "Mann" Karim||Had boyfriends and girlfriends throughout high school, and is in a relationship with a man named Angel.|
|LnR||"R" Parcellano||Attends a local pride event while wearing bisexual colors. Previously in a relationship with an unnamed woman. Dating Luigi.|
|Long Exposure ||Jonas Wagner||Bisexual|
|Love Not Found||Abeille||She is seen spending the night with male and female.|
|Ménage à 3||Most of the cast||fluid sexuality|
|Messenger||Dare Criley||The dating app on her phone shows both men and women. She is in a relationship with a woman named Motorpool.|
|Miracle Simulator||Esther Torres||Widow of Oscar Torres, later married Veronica Costa.|
|Monster Pop!||Genevieve "George" Tinsley, Ben White?||George begins and ends a relationship with Ben at the beginning of the series. While attending college she develops a romantic attraction to Marina. Ben returns later in the series, with heavy implications he is attracted to Sasha, a genderqueer man.|
|Nothing Special||Lasser||Wants to marry Callie for power. Later seen flirting with both men and women and being attracted to a man named Quinn.|
|Novæ||Raziol Qamar||Confirmed to be bi/pan in the Season 1 Q+A|
|Prickly Pear||Hawthorne White||In a relationship with Joel, has feelings for Kazie|
|Questionable Content||Dora Bianchi, Elliot, Faye Whitaker|
|Saints' Quarter||Roe Drake|
|Shaderunners||Domigo Valdes, Ivo Keys, Satinder Hali||Fluid sexuality seen as normal in-universe. Domigo was in an open relationship with Giviny and has had several male lovers. Ivo is a bigender individual seen flirting with men and women. Satinder is in a relationship with Ivo. Her sexuality was briefly mentioned when Ivo said she flirted with upper class men and women.|
|Sinfest||Monique (possibly)||She is seen trying to attract boys, but later decide to go in a relationship with Absinthe|
|Soggy Cardboard||Katherine||Reveals in a flashback she is bisexual. Is romantically interested in Kevin and Carmen.|
|That Awkward Magic||Evan Brooks||Begins the series ending his relationship with Allison Green before starting a fake relationship with Ansel Baker. He and Ansel have several romantic encounters before Evan confesses his love for Ansel.|
|Title||Release year||Bisexual characters||Notes|
|8 Women||2002||Pierrette, Louise|
|54||1998||Shane O'Shea, possibly Greg Randazzo||In the director's cut of the film, Shane has sexual encounters with women and men. He has feelings for both Anita and Greg, the latter whom he kisses and is rejected by. The film ends with Shane walking off with Greg and Anita underneath Anita's big fur coat.|
|Alexander||2004||Alexander the Great||Bisexuality is presented as a social norm.|
|All Over Me||1997||Ellen|
|Alle tijd||2011||Arthur||Dutch movie. Arthur is portrayed to be confused and explicitly denies that he is gay. Starts a committed relationship with Maarten after having had experience with women (possibly also men).|
|Alex Strangelove||2018||Alex Strangelove||Somewhat problematic portrayal.|
|Anatomy of Hell||2004||"The Man"||Sexuality is fluid and symbolic|
|Angels of Sex||2012||Bruno, Rai||Bruno falls in love with Rai while dating Carla|
|Appropriate Behavior||2014||Shirin||Written and directed by bisexual Desiree Akhavan|
|Art School Confidential||2006||Audrey|
|Atomic Blonde||2017||Lorraine Broughton||Broughton, who had previously been romantically involved with a man, has a female love interest in the film.|
|Auto Focus||2002||John Carpenter|
|Basic Instinct||1992||Catherine Tramell|
|Bedrooms and Hallways||1998|
|Bi the Way||2008||Various||Documentary on bisexuality in the US|
|Blue Is the Warmest Colour||2013||Joachim, Adèle|
|Bohemian Rhapsody||2018||Freddie Mercury|
|Borstal Boy||2000||Sexuality portrayed as fluid, but can be seen as socially problematic.|
|Boy Meets Girl||2014||Ricky, Francesca||Sexuality portrayed as fluid, but can be seen as socially problematic.|
|Brokeback Mountain||2005||Ennis Del Mar, Jack Twist||Sexuality of both characters portrayed as fluid. The film displays a love relationship between same-sex male partners in the American West who are simultaneously struggling with their opposite gender relationships.|
|But I'm a Cheerleader||1999||Joel|
|Butley||1974||Ben Butley||Butley portrayed as an uncommitted, emotional failure.|
|Cabaret||1972||Brian Roberts, Maximillaim von Heune|
|Call Me By Your Name||2017||Elio Perlman, Oliver, Mr. Perlman||Elio and Oliver show attraction and date people of both sexes. Mr. Perlman admits past attraction to a man and is married to a woman.|
|Carnage for the Destroyer||2006||Morgana, Teenape|
|Cazuza – O Tempo Não Pára||2004||Cazuza|
|Centre of My World||2016||Nicholas||Nicholas is seen in a relationship with Phil and Kat|
|Chasing Amy||1997||Alyssa Jones||Sexuality portrayed as fluid, but can be seen as socially problematic.|
|Citizen X||1995||Andrei Chikatilo, Bondarchuk|
|Crash||1996||James Ballard, Helen Remington, Vaughan|
|Cloud Atlas||2012||Robert Frobisher|
|The Color Purple||1985||Celie Johnson, Shug Avery||Bisexuality portrayed as a simple fact with no value judgements.|
|Confusion of Genders||2000||Alain Bauman|
|C.R.A.Z.Y.||2005||Zachary Beaulieu||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Cruel Intentions||1999||Greg McConnell, Kathryn Merteuil||Greg was in relation with Annette but was interested in guys, Kathryn is seen kissing Cecile|
|Dark Blue Almost Black||2007||Israel|
|Death in Venice||1971||Gustav von Aschenbach||Aschenbach is portrayed as a homosexual cripple and failure.|
|Death on Demand||2008||Velvet Luv|
|De-Lovely||2004||Cole Porter||Sexuality portrayed as fluid|
|The Disappearance of Alice Creed||2009||Daniel|
|Disobedience||2017||Ronit Krushka, Esti Kuperman||Bisexuality of Ronit is implied, but Esti admit she is a lesbian, in a relationship with a man|
|Dodgeball||2004||Kate Veatch||While some male characters try to date her, others believe that she is a lesbian. She turns out to be bisexual, and gets together with main male character.|
|Doll from Hell||1996||Rumi|
|The Dreamers||2003||Mathew, Theo||Both characters feel a deep sexual and romantic attraction towards one another, although it is more apparent in the novel that the movie is based on, as the explicit scenes of gay sex were cut that were included in the original script were never filmed.|
|The Dying Gaul||2005||Jeffrey Tishop|
|Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds||2006||Troy||The prevalent attitude that one has to choose between gay and straight is portrayed as the cause of confusion for bisexuals. Self-acceptance itself is praised, and denial of queerness is mocked.|
|El sexo de los ángeles||2012||Bruno, Rai|
|Even Lovers Get The Blues||2017||Arthur|
|Face to Face||1976||Bisexuality is portrayed as a symbol.|
|Femme Fatale||2002||Laurie Ash|
|Fight Club||1999||The Narrator, Tyler Durden||Sexuality portrayed as fluid|
|The Fox||1967||Ellen March|
|French Twist||1995||Loli||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Frida||2002||Frida Kahlo||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Fudoh: The New Generation||1997||Jun||Jun is seen having a sexual relation with Mika, a hermaphrodite living as a woman, after having been with the older brother of Riki earlier in the story|
|Gia||1998||Gia Marie Carangi|
|Get Out||2017||Rose Armitage|
|Gigli||2003||Ricky||Ricky sexual fluidity is causing her trouble with Robin, ex girlfriend|
|The Girl||2000||The Girl|
|The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo||2009||Lisbeth Salander|
|The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo||2011||Lisbeth Salander|
|Go Fish||1994||Daria||Daria has sex with a man and on her way home is challenged by a "jury", who question whether a woman who has sex with a man can call herself a lesbian. She contrasts how a gay man who has sex with a woman is characterized as being "bored, drunk [or] lonely" but if a lesbian has sex with a man "her whole life choice becomes suspect."|
|Goldfinger||1964||Pussy Galore||See notes under her character in literature.|
|Goldfish Memory||2003||Various||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|The Grand Budapest Hotel||2014||M. Gustave H.|
|Grande École||2004||Paul, Mécir||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Grindhouse||2007||Dr. Dakota Block|
|Henry & June||1990||Anaïs Nin, June Miller||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer||1986||Otis|
|The History Boys||2006||Stuart Dakis||Portrayed as aware and unconfused, in opposition to his homosexual contemporaries.|
|Horrible Bosses 2||2014||Dr. Julia Harris||A problematic portrayal of bisexuality. Dr. Harris is obsessed with sex and is very predatorial.|
|The Hunger||1983||Miriam Blaylock, Sarah Roberts||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|I Dreamt Under the Water||2008||Antonin|
|Imagine Me & You||2005||Rachel||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|In extremis||2000||Thomas, Vincent||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|In the Realm of the Senses||1976|
|Itty Bitty Titty Committee||2007||Shulie||Thought to be straight, revealed as more fluid.|
|Jennifer's Body||2009||Jennifer Check, Needy Lesnicki||Sexuality portrayed as fluid, but can be seen as socially problematic.|
|Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter||2001||Maggie|
|Kinsey||2004||Alfred Kinsey||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Kissing Jessica Stein||2001||Jessica Stein, Helen Cooper||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Les temps qui changent||2004||Sami|
|The Libertine||2005||John Wilmot|
|The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou||2004||Alistair Hennessey||Quoted as being "half gay"|
|Love Songs||2007||Ismaël Bénolie, Julie Pommerraye, Alice||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Loving Annabelle||2006||Cat Pegrum||Cat says she's not gay because she "likes guys too"|
|Manhattan||1979||Jill||Went from bisexual to lesbian after being married to Isaac.|
|May||2002||May Dove Canady|
|Me Him Her||2015||Gabbi||Gabbi fall in love with Cory, but was with a woman before|
|Midnight Express||1978||Billy Hayes||Controversial, film replaces consensual affair between prisoners with a fictionalized rape.|
|My Own Private Idaho||1991||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|My Summer of Love||2004||Mona||Tasmin seems to be inexperienced; Mona has been with men before.|
|The Mysteries of Pittsburgh||2008||Cleveland Arning, Art Bechstein|
|Nowhere||1997||Dark Smith, Mel|
|Paul||2011||Paul||Paul mentions that everyone on his planet is bisexual, explaining that "it's a pleasure thing."|
|The Pillow Book||1996||Jerome|
|Portrait of a Marriage||1990||Vita Sackville-West, Harold Nicolson||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Puccini for Beginners||2006||Grace, Allegra, Samantha||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|The Queen of the Night||1994||Lucha Reyes|
|The Raspberry Reich||2004||Various||Bisexuality is believed to be a necessary part of the "revolution".|
|Relax...It's Just Sex||1997|
|The Rocky Horror Picture Show||1975||Dr. Frank N. Furter, Rocky Horror, Magenta Raff, Brad Majors, Janet Weiss, Columbia, Eddie||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|The Royal Tenenbaums||2002||Margot Tenebaum||Had a female lover in Paris.|
|Rent||2005||Maureen Johnson||Maureen fits many negative stereotypes of bisexuality, as she is bad with commitment and has a talent for driving her lovers insane. However, her behavior is never attributed to her sexuality in any way, being portrayed as a personal flaw instead.|
|Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom||1975|
|Savage Nights||1992||Jean, Samy|
|The Sex Monster||1999||Laura Barnes|
|Scary Movie||2000||Buffy, Cindy|
|Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills||1989|
|School of Flesh||1998||Quentin|
|Score||1972||All characters||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Scott Pilgrim vs. the World||2010||Ramona Flowers||She has both male and female exes|
|She Hate Me||2004||Fatima Goodrich, several portrayals||Sexuality probably portrayed as fluid. Fatima fits many negative stereotypes of bisexuality, including being evil, greedy, cheating, and having no morals. However, many characters in this movie have a similar personality. She ends up in a poly-amorous relationship with her ex-boyfriend Jack (main character) and lesbian girlfriend Alex. Although the portrays of lesbianism and bisexuality can be offensive, it also shows some debunking of stereotypes, including Jack's reaction to Fatima's infidelity (heartbroken and not at all aroused by girl-on-girl action).|
|Shortbus||2006||Sofia, Justin Bond||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|The Skeleton Twins||2014||Rich||Rich has a sexual relationship with Milo while dating a woman.|
|Skyfall||2012||Raoul Silva||Silva, the villain, caresses the captive Bond while inquiring, "First time for everything, yes?" Silva also refers to himself as the lover of the woman Bond seduced to find him.|
|Sobreviviré (I Will Survive)||1999||Iñaqui|
|Something for Everyone||1970|
|Stage Beauty||2004||Ned Kynaston, George Villiers|
|Sunday Bloody Sunday||1971||Bob Elkin||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Swimming||2002||Frankie Wheeler, Josee|
|Teorema||1968||The Visitor, Paolo||Symbol, sexuality portrayed as fluid with no value judgments.|
|The Haunting||1999||Theodora||At the start of the film, it is implied she was dating man and woman at the same time.|
|The Kids Are All Right||2010||Jules Allgood||Jules is married with Nicole, but has a affair with Paul.|
|Three||2010||Simon, Adam||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Threesome||1994||Eddy, Stuart||The whole plot is around a relationship between 3 persons|
|Three of Hearts||1993||Ellen|
|Three of Hearts: A Postmodern Family||2004||Sam, Steven||Documentary about a bigamous marriage.|
|Torch Song Trilogy||1988||Ed Reese|
|To Each, Her Own||2018||Simone Benloulou|
|Transamerica||2005||Toby Wilkins||Sexuality portrayed as fluid; bisexuality is suggested.|
|Velvet Goldmine||1998||Brian & Mandy Slade||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|The War Widow||1976||Amy||Portrayed as bisexual, but seen as a lesbian.|
|Water Drops on Burning Rocks||2000||Leopold, Franz||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Women in Love||1969|
|Wild Side||2004||Djamel||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Wild Things||1998||Kelly Lanier von Ryan and Suzie Marie Toller|
|Wrestlemaniac||2006||Dallas, Debbie, Daisy|
|Ya lyublyu tebya (You I Love)||2004||Timofei||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Y tu mamá también||2001||Tenoch Iturbide, Julio Zapata||Sexuality portrayed as fluid. Teenage male characters do not act on their attraction until end of film, under influence of alcohol and while having sex with the same woman. The next morning they are repulsed and regretful, and apparently never discuss what happened.|
|Title||Author||Release date||Bisexual characters||Notes|
|Advise and Consent||Allen Drury||1959, July 11||Brigham Anderson||Anderson, a married senator, has a homosexual affair.|
|American Psycho||Bret Easton Ellis||1991||Paul Denton, Sean Bateman|
|Ancient Evenings||Norman Mailer||1983|
|Autoboyagraphy||Christina Lauren||2017||Tanner Scott||Discusses former relationships with both boys and girls in middle school. In love with Sebastien Brother.|
|The Awakening||Kate Chopin||1899||Edna Pontellier|
|Belle de Jour: diary of a London call girl||Anonymous (Belle de Jour)||2006||Belle (Anonymous)||Published blog|
|Bi Guys: Firsthand Fiction for Bisexual Men and Their Admirers||Ron Suresha||2006|
|Black Dagger Brotherhood||J.R. Ward||2008||Vishous, Qhuinn||Vishous has multiple male and female lovers pre-series, and falls for both Butch and Jane during the series. Qhuinn is seen in a relationship with Layla, has sex and raise a kid with her, but is in love with Blaylock. (May not apply to this list as he seems to 'realise' that he is actually gay)|
|Blonde||Joyce Carol Oates||2000||Cass, Eddie||Cass and Eddie are manipulative. Marlon Brando also appears, but his bisexuality is not made apparent.|
|Boyfriends with Girlfriends||Alex Sánchez||2011||Sergio, Allie||Sergio identifies as bisexual. Allie has a boyfriend and falls in love with Kimiko.|
|Breakfast at Tiffany's||Truman Capote||1958||Holly Golightly||However, this was removed in the movie|
|Breakfast on Pluto||Patrick McCabe||1998||Pussy|
|The Circle Opens series||Tamora Pierce||2001-2013||Rosethorn||Rosethorn is established in a long-term, committed relationship with a woman, Lark, but it is later revealed to be an open relationship, and Rosethorn is casually involved with men.|
|The City and the Pillar||Gore Vidal||1948||Bisexuality is portrayed as the most "natural" human state.|
|Claudine novels||Colette, under the name of her husband, Willy||1900, 1901, 1903|
|Cloud Atlas||David Mitchell||2004||Robert Frobisher|
|The Color Purple||Alice Walker||1982||Celie Johnson, Shug Avery|
|The Corrections||Jonathan Franzen||2001, September|
|Cry to Heaven||Anne Rice||1982|
|The Dispossessed||Ursula K. Le Guin||1974|
|Drawing Blood||Poppy Z. Brite||1993||Zack||Zack is portrayed as promiscuous, but able to commit.|
|Dusty Answer||Rosamond Lehmann||1927||Judith||Judith is attracted to both men and women, and interacts with fairly openly gay and lesbian characters during her years at Cambridge.|
|Euphoria||Lily King||2014||Nell, Fen||Both Nell and Fen have feelings for Andrew Bankson, and Nell is open about the fact that she and Helen were lovers.|
|Even Cowgirls Get the Blues||Tom Robbins||1976||Sissy Hankshaw|
|The Fall of the Kings||Ellen Kushner and Delia Sherman||2002||Theron|
|Fanny Hill||John Cleland||1748||Fanny Hill|
|Farthing||Jo Walton||2006||David Kahn, others|
|Fetish Girl||John Glassco||1972||Ursula, Adrian||Initially published under the pseudonym "Sylvia Bayer"|
|The Fifth Sacred Thing||Starhawk||1993|
|Fight Club||Chuck Palahniuk||1996||The Narrator, Tyler Durden||Extreme homosexual undertones between both character, but both also express desire for Marla.|
|The Fox||D. H. Lawrence||1923|
|From The New World||Yusuke Kishi||2008||Homosexual relationships are encouraged in adolescents as a method of releasing stress without disrupting societal population controls.|
|The Front Runner||Patricia Nell Warren||1974||Harlan Brown, Vince Matti||Harlan is portrayed as homosexual, but he was formerly married to a woman; Vince identifies as gay, but still sleeps with women.|
|The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue||Mackenzi Lee||2017||Monty|
|The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo||Stieg Larsson||2005||Lisbeth Salander|
|The Girl Who Played with Fire||Stieg Larsson||2006||Lisbeth Salander, Greger Beckman||Salander is portrayed as having an on-and-off relationship with both Mikael Blomkvist and Miriam Wu. Beckman is described by his wife as having a "strong bisexual inclination".|
|Goldfinger||Ian Fleming||1959||Pussy Galore||Portrayed as a lesbian until she falls in love with James Bond.|
|Giovanni's Room||James Baldwin||1956||David||Portrayed as vacillating, weak, and neurotic; Giovanni is portrayed as a conflicted character and a killer.|
|Glamorama||Bret Easton Ellis||1998||Victor Ward||While outwardly homophobic refers to his past identification as bi and is easily seduced by Bobby Hughes. Sean Bateman from Rules also reappears.|
|How I Paid for College: A Novel of Sex, Theft, Friendship, and Musical Theater||Marc Acito||2004|
|The Hunger||Whitley Strieber||1981||Miriam Blaylock, Sarah Roberts||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|His Mouth Will Taste of Wormwood||Poppy Z. Brite||1993|
|The Informers||Bret Easton Ellis||1994||Bruce, Graham, Martin, Bryan Metro, Danny, Biff, various others.||Various characters are casually bisexual, one of many shared features which serves to make these Los Angeleans almost entirely indistinct from one another.|
|In One Person||John Irving||2012||Billy|
|I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream||Harlan Ellison||1968||Benny||Benny is seen as a homosexual at the start, later altered by a supercomputer to become heterosexual.|
|Just As I Am: A Novel||E. Lynn Harris||1995|
|Kushiel's Legacy||Jacqueline Carey||2001-2008||Phèdre nó Delaunay, Anafiel Delaunay, Alcuin nó Delaunay, Melisande Shahrizai, others||The society of Terre D'Ange (an alternate version of France) is a sexually progressive one, with bisexuality readily accepted and often encouraged.|
|Leah on the Offbeat||Becky Albertalli||2018||Leah Burke, Abby Suso, Cal Price||Leah is bisexual but is closeted to everyone except her mother. Abby is the girlfriend of Nick, a boy Leah used to have a crush on, who later breaks up with Nick and forms a relationship with Leah. Cal once had a crush on Simon, Leah's gay best friend, but is now dating Simon's younger sister Nora.|
|The Left Hand of Darkness||Ursula K. Le Guin||1969|
|The Last of the Wine||Mary Renault||1956|
|Less Than Zero||Bret Easton Ellis||1985||Clay|
|Little Children||Tom Perrotta||2004||Sarah|
|The Lost Language of Cranes||David Leavitt||1986|
|Lost Souls||Poppy Z. Brite||1992||Zillah, Nothing||Zillah is portrayed as sexually driven; Nothing is portrayed as young, lonely, and loving.|
|Lunar Park||Bret Easton Ellis||2005||Fictional Bret Easton Ellis, Mitchell Allen||Semi-autobiographical author depiction. The fictional Bret also relays that most of the boys at Camden College experimented with bisexuality.|
|The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon||Tom Spanbauer||1991|
|The Man Who Folded Himself||David Gerrold||1973||Daniel, Diane|
|Maurice||E.M Forester||1913||Alec Scudder|
|Memoirs of Hadrian||Marguerite Yourcenar||1951||Roman Emperor Hadrian|
|The Metaphysical Touch||Sylvia Brownrigg||1999|
|The Mists of Avalon||Marion Zimmer Bradley||1993||Lancelet|
|The Mortal Instruments||Cassandra Clare||2007||Magnus Bane, Helen Blackthorn, Mark Blackthorn|
|Mrs Dalloway||Virginia Woolf||1925||Clarissa Dalloway, Septimus Warren Smith|
|The Mysteries of Pittsburgh||Michael Chabon||1988, April|
|The Neanderthal Parallax||Robert J. Sawyer||2002, 2003||All Neanderthals||Neanderthals are all bisexual in the parallel universe.|
|October Daye novels||Seanan McGuire||2009-2019||October Christine Daye, others faes|
|Odd John||Olaf Stapledon||1935||John Wainwright|
|Orlando: A Biography||Virginia Woolf||1928|
|Out of Order||Casey Lawrence||2015||Corinna Nguyen|
|The Passion||Jeanette Winterson||1987|
|The Persian Boy||Mary Renault||1972||Alexander|
|The Picture of Dorian Gray||Oscar Wilde||1890||Dorian Gray|
|The Privilege of the Sword||Ellen Kushner||2006||Katherine|
|The Raven Cycle||Maggie Stiefvater||2012-2016||Adam Parrish|
|The Romance of Lust||anonymous||1873–1876||Charlie Roberts, the narrator; most other characters||Steven Marcus comments "all men ... are always and infinitely potent; all women fecundate with lust and flow inexhaustibly with sap or juice or both. Everyone is always ready for everything".|
|The Rules of Attraction||Bret Easton Ellis||1987||Paul, Sean, Victor||Lauren Hynde has relationships with three bisexual men: the flamboyant Paul Denton, the unstable Sean Bateman and the vacuous Victor Johnson. Clay from Less Than Zero also appears.|
|A Safe Girl to Love||Casey Plett||2014||Carla, and others||Various characters portrayed as sexually fluid.|
|Son of a Witch||Gregory Maguire||2005||Liir|
|Story of O||Pauline Réage||1954||O|
|Stranger in a Strange Land||Robert A. Heinlein||1961||Valentine Michael Smith||Smith is raised on Mars, a planet without gender.|
|Swordspoint||Ellen Kushner||1987||Michael Godwin, Richard St Vier|
|Taltos||Anne Rice||1994||The Taltos, Ashlar, Michael Curry, Yuri Stefano, Mona Mayfair||The Taltos are bisexual, biromantic (although they usually do not engage in specific romantic relationships) and non-monogamous. Homosexual encounters are the norm. Michael, Rowan and Ashlar claim to love each other, although the attraction between Ashlar and Michael might not be sexual. Samual claims that Yuri is falling in love with Ashlar; Yuri is described as being erotically attracted to Aaron, Ashlar and Mona. Mona claims to be interested in sleeping with a girl or a woman, and is previously described as having sex with men.|
|Time Enough for Love||Robert A. Heinlein||1973, June||Bisexuality is portrayed as the norm.|
|The Vampire Chronicles||Anne Rice||1976-2003||Lestat, Armand, Daniel, Marius, Nicolas|
|The Vesuvius Club/The Devil in Amber||Mark Gatiss||2004/2006||Lucifer Box|
|While England Sleeps||David Leavitt||1998|
|Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West||Gregory Maguire||1995|
|Women in Love||D. H. Lawrence||1920|
|Woman on the Edge of Time||Marge Piercy||1976||Luciente, Jackrabbit, others||In the utopian future of Mattapoisett, people freely pick partners based on interpersonal compatibility above all other factors.|
|Young in One Another's Arms||Jane Rule||1977|
|Title||Author||Release date||Bisexual characters||Notes|
|Baby Love: Choosing Motherhood After a Lifetime of Ambivalence||Rebecca Walker||2007|
|Bi Any Other Name: Bisexual People Speak Out||Loraine Hutchins and Lani Ka'ahumanu, eds.||1991|
|Bi Men : Coming Out Every Which Way||Ron Suresha and Pete Chvany||2006|
|Biː Notes for a Bisexual Revolution||Shiri Eisner||2013|
|The Bisexual Option||Fritz Klein||1978|
|Excluded: Making Feminism and Queer Movements More Inclusive||Julia Serano||2013||The author's bisexuality is frequently discussed to illustrate problematic exclusivity in feminist and queer movements.|
|Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World||Robyn Ochs||2005|
|The New Joy of Gay Sex||Dr. Charles Silverstein||1993|
|Portrait of a Marriage||Nigel Nicolson||1973||Vita Sackville-West, Harold Nicolson||Based on the true story of Vita and Harold Nicolson, a bisexual couple.|
|Vice Versa: Bisexuality and the Eroticism of Everyday Life||Marjorie Garber||1996|
|Not Myself Tonight||Christina Aguilera||"I'm kissing all the boys and the girls."|
|My Wife Left Me for My Girlfriend||The Bellamy Brothers|
|Girls & Boys||Blur||"Girls who are boys / Who like boys to be girls / Who do boys like they're girls / Who do girls like they're boys -- / Always should be someone you really love"|
|Pretty Boys and Pretty Girls||Book of Love||"Your warm body is what I'm without. / I just close my eyes and I dream about / Pretty boys and pretty girls."|
|John, I'm Only Dancing||David Bowie|
|Suffragette City||David Bowie|
|The Jean Genie||David Bowie|
|Rebel Rebel||David Bowie|
|Carmen||Lana Del Rey||"The boys, the girls, they all like Carmen / She gives them butterflies, bats her cartoon eyes"|
|Lover I Don't Have to Love||Bright Eyes|
|Bisexual Girl||Coyote Shivers|
|She's Not Him||Miley Cyrus|
|Bye Bisexual Boy||Das Pop|
|If It Isn't Her||Ani DiFranco||"I have been playing/too many of those boy girl games/she says honey you are safe here/this is a girl girl thing"|
|In or Out||Ani DiFranco||Ani sings about her bisexuality being questioned by both men and women.|
|Shameless||Ani DiFranco||"I gotta cover my butt 'cause I covet/another man's wife"|
|Light of Some Kind||Ani DiFranco||"I still think of you as my boyfriend/I don't think this is the end of the world/But i think maybe you should follow my example/And go meet yourself a really nice girl"|
|Michael||Franz Ferdinand||Although never completely validated or invalidated by the band, the lyrics and video suggest a homoerotic encounter on the dancefloor. The band claims that one of the band members got drunk one time and started to dance with a boy on the dancefloor, although they also claim that the song is about two friends of them getting together on the dancefloor. Franz Ferdinand normally plays a slightly more edgy, sexual version of the studio version, often changing come and dance with me into come over all over me and stubble on my sticky lips to stubble on my sticky hips. In 2004, an alternative version of this song suggested a male love interest and female love interest fighting over Michael.|
|Coming Clean||Green Day||About Billie Joe's own sexuality.|
|Bad At Love||Halsey||"Got a boy back home in Michigan" on verse 1 and "Got a girl with California eyes" on verse 2|
|Mama's Got A Girlfriend Now||Ben Harper|
|This Door Swings Both Ways||Herman's Hermits|
|Bisexual Military||Hypnotic Clambake|
|Sailor||IAMX||"A three-way freeway, take me like a sailor" and "A quick step, boy girl love me like you love her". Chris has also introduced the song during concerts by saying, "This is for all you bi-curious people out there".|
|Tonight's the Night (Gonna Be Alright)||Janet Jackson||A cover of the Rod Stewart song. In this version, the lyrics are changed to be about a threesome.|
|Baby Blue||Joan Jett||"Switch hitter, you know she plays the field / She ain't concerned, oh, as long as it's real"|
|Human's Lib||Howard Jones|
|Hey Mister, She Was My Baby Last Night||Candye Kane|
|Trapped in the Closet||R. Kelly||Pastor Rufus is seen cheating his wife with Chuck, and Tina has a affair with Twan, then with Roxanne.|
|So Happy I Could Die||Lady Gaga||According to Lady Gaga, this song represents her fear of alcohol. The song also seems to suggest Gaga being in love with her best friend but not expressing her romantic feelings towards her.|
|Poker Face||Lady Gaga||Lady Gaga has said the song is about fantasizing of a woman while sleeping with a man.|
|Americano||Lady Gaga||"Americano" is about a same-sex relationship. The bisexual singer wrote this song in direct response to California's Proposition 8.|
|Sexxx Dreams||Lady Gaga||Lyrics describe Lady Gaga feeling guilty for having sexual fantasies involving her female friend while she is in a relationship with a man.|
|Lollipop (Param Pam Pam)||Alexandra Stan||At a specific point in the song, Stan sings; "All the boys, they'll want me / All the girls, they'll want me, too.|
|3-Way (The Golden Rule)||The Lonely Island, Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga||"It's not gay, when it's in a three-way," parody|
|Cool for the Summer||Demi Lovato||Thematically, the song is about sexually experimenting with a female lover during summertime.|
|Scar||Missy Higgins||Song about failed relationships. One verse about a man and one verse about a woman. Missy Higgins has said that she could probably be described as bisexual.|
|Q.U.E.E.N.||Janelle Monáe, Erykah Badu||"Hey brother, can you save my soul from the devil? / Say is it weird to like the way she wear her tights? (but I like it) / And is it rude to wear my shades? / Am I a freak because I love watching Mary? (maybe)|
|Girls/Girls/Boys||Panic! At the Disco||From the viewpoint of a man in love with a bisexual woman with a girlfriend.|
|I U She||Peaches|
|Two boys for every girl||Peaches|
|I Kissed A Girl||Katy Perry||Often considered exploitative; Perry has admitted to being heterosexual.|
|Can You Forgive Her?||Pet Shop Boys||The lyrics describe in the second person a young man's humiliation when his girlfriend accuses him of still being in love with a childhood friend (implicitly male); the woman is "not prepared to share you with a memory", and is "going to go and get herself a real man instead".|
|Sissy Blues||Ma Rainey|
|Te Amo||Rihanna||The song is about a woman falling in love with Rihanna.|
|The Last Word||Tom Robinson|
|More Lives Than One||Tom Robinson|
|I Kissed A Girl||Jill Sobule|
|I Can't Help It||Esperanza Spalding||"Was looking in my mirror, / Took me by surprise. / I can't help but see you, / Running often through my mind"|
|3||Britney Spears||Song about a threesome.|
|If U Seek Amy||Britney Spears||The title, "If U Seek Amy", is a mondegreen, meaning to sound like "F-U-C-K me" when heard in the chorus, "All of the boys and all of the girls are begging to if you seek Amy."|
|Medicine||Harry Styles||"The boys and the girls are in, / I mess around with them/him / And I'm okay with it"|
|I Like It Both Ways||Supernaut|
|Boyfriend||Tegan and Sara||"You treat me like your boyfriend / And trust me like a... like a very best friend / You kiss me like your boyfriend / You call me up like you want your best friend / You turn me on like you want your boyfriend / But I don't want to be your secret anymore"|
|Rough Boys||Pete Townshend||Rough boys don't walk away, / I very nearly missed you. / Tough boys come over here, / I wanna bite and kiss you."|
|I Spent My Last $10 on Birth Control and Beer||Two Nice Girls|
|Stockings||Suzanne Vega||"Do you know where friendship ends / and passion does begin? / It's between the binding of / her stockings and her skin."|
|Take Me on the Floor||The Veronicas|
|Black Girls||Violent Femmes|
|Pink Triangle||Weezer||"everyone's a little queer"|
|Sissy Man Blues||Josh White|
|Honey||Kehlani||"I like my girls just like I like my honey"|
|Banana Brain||Die Antwoord|
|Crazy Sexy Wild||Inna||After arriving at a motel, Inna's boyfriend starts to flirt with another female, whilst the singer kisses a girl.|
|LoveGame||Lady Gaga||In the video, Lady Gaga kisses a male and female officer.|
|Don't Look Back||Matrix & Futurebound featuring Tanya Lacey||A woman is in a relationship with a man but falls in love and runs away with another woman.|
|Románticos||Nicole||The video shows a woman who is engaged to a man but falls in love with another woman.|
|I Can't Help It||Esperanza Spalding||Spalding's character is in a relationship with a man, but reminisces about a relationship with a woman.|
|Tous les mêmes||Stromae||Stromae plays a character who alternates between appearing male and female, being with a woman and a man.|
|Habits (Stay High)||Tove Lo||Tove Lo kisses both men and women in the video.|
|Let's Not Pretend||Lilly Wood and the Prick||The actors in the video kiss each other regardless of their genders.|
|Sacrilege||Yeah Yeah Yeahs||Lily Cole plays has various sexual encounters with men and one woman from the same village, who punish her for witchcraft.|
|Desire||Years & Years||The video features a bisexual orgy.|
|Girls Like Girls||Hayley Kiyoko||The video features a girl who has a boyfriend, but she ends up with her female best friend.|
|Sick of Losing Soulmates||Dodie|
|Make Me Feel||Janelle Monáe||Monáe flirts and dances suggestively with a woman (played by Tessa Thompson) and a man in a club.|
|The 100||Clarke Griffin||At the beginning of the show she sleeps with a male character. In the second season, she kisses a female character. In the third season she sleeps with two female characters and falls in love with one. This was also confirmed by writer and producer Jason Rothenberg.|
|Always a Witch||Daniel||Daniel is seen kissing one guy on the first episode, dated Alicia older brother in the past, and he is seen kissing a girl on the beach at the end of the 2nd episode.|
|American Dad!||Roger, Avery Bullock, Principal Lewis||A bisexual alien, Stan's bisexual boss at the CIA, and Steve's Principal who has a "prison wife" whom he's seen outside of prison with a few times as well as being known as a lady's man.|
|All My Children||Lena Kundera||Lena was the first recurring bisexual character in daytime television. Maggie dated and had sex with several men before committing herself to Bianca Montgomery.|
|Archer||Sterling Archer, Pam Poovey, Spirodon Skorpio, possibly Ray Gillette, Woodhouse, Luke Troy||Pam regularly expresses interest in both genders. Skorpio is the main antagonist in the episode "Skorpio", he has a threesome involving chocolate with Lana Kane and Sterling Archer. Ray identifies as gay, but given the opportunity to have sex with co-worker Lana he says, "Nobody's that gay.". It is heavily hinted on Woodhouse being lover of his squad leader, but later seen in bed with women. Luke Troy speak of "unique same sex" attraction in S4E2.|
|Arrested Development||GOB Bluth||GOB has hinted at having sex with both men and women throughout the course of the show. Two of his most significant romantic relationships in the show thus far have been with Lucille 2 (Liza Minnelli) and, in Season 4, Tony Wonder (Ben Stiller).|
|Arrow / Legends of Tomorrow||Sara Lance
|Was in relationship with Oliver Queen (male) and Nyssa al Ghul (female) at separate points in time, but has since had several female romantic interests, including Alex Danvers and Ava Sharpe, and two male love interests, Leonard Snart and John Constantine. John Constantine flirts with Leo Snart / Citizen Cold, kisses Time Agent Gary Green, and sleeps with Sara Lance. Gary has shown interest in men and women and was described by Nate Heywood as a "modern man surfing the sexual spectrum".|
|A Touch of Cloth||DC Anne Oldman, DI Jack Cloth (ambiguous)||Anne Oldman is openly bisexual. Her sexuality and name, as well as many other elements of the show, are used as a source of persistent wordplay. At the end of the third series, DI Jack Cloth drives off with a man, after mirroring an exchange he had previously had with Anne Oldman, which punned on her bisexuality. The diegesis of Cloth's bisexuality is left ambiguous.|
|American Horror Story: Hotel||Countess Elizabeth, Ramona Royale, Natacha Rambova, Will Drake, Sally McKenna|
|Babylon 5||Susan Ivanova||Had romantic relationships with Marcus (male) and Talia (female; more implied than explicit on screen but later confirmed).|
|Banana||Freddie Baxter||Described by roommate Dean Monroe as being "kind of anything" in reference to his sexuality. He is confirmed as being bisexual by actor Freddie Fox.|
|Battlestar Galactica (2004)||Number Six, D'Anna Biers (also known as Number Three), Felix Gaeta||Number Three, Number Six and Gaius Baltar have a triangular relationship in Season 3. Felix Gaeta's sexuality was addressed in online "webisodes", in which she is dating Lt. Hoshi (male) and had a past relationship with a female Cylon.|
|Being Erica||Ivan, Erica, Julianne||Ivan identifies as gay, but then says he feels "put in a box" and comments that he thinks gay people also, sometimes, can be 10% straight, and while he is attracted to big, hairy dudes most of the time, he also sometimes finds himself attracted to slender, blonde women. He marries a man on the series but also has always wondered what breasts feel like to touch and Julianne lets him touch hers. Erica experiments with bisexuality briefly in one episode, attempting a sexual relationship with her lesbian roommate, Cassidy, but ultimately Erica decides she is straight and her feelings for Cassidy are just feelings of friendship. Julianne mentions that she kissed a girl once, but seems to identify as straight.|
|Betty en NY||Fabio||Fabio is married to male fashion designer Hugo Lombardi and has an affair with a woman, who is revealed to be his legal wife.|
|Big Mouth||Jay Bilzerian, Shannon Klein, Brad||Jay kisses classmate Matthew in Season 2, then comes to terms with his bisexuality in the next episode (where he has a threesome with Suzette (female pillow) and Brad (male couch cushion). Shannon has a extra-marital affair with a woman.|
|The Bill||Juliet Becker, Debbie McAllister||Detective Constable Juliet Becker sets a precedent with the rest of the force after she reveals that she is bisexual. She reveals that she recently had an affair with a married woman, whose husband reacted violently upon finding out. Juliet eventually begins a relationship with fellow officer Detective Sergeant Debbie McAllister, following the events of McAllister's marriage to the cold Superintendent Tom Chandler.|
|Black Butler||Grell Sutcliff||Adaptation of the above-listed manga|
|Black Sails||James Flint, Thomas Hamilton, Max, Eleanor Guthrie, Anne Bonny||James, Thomas, Max and Anne are confirmed to be gay by the show's creators|
|Bob and Rose||Bob||Identifies as gay, but finds the only female he's attracted to is Rose.|
|Bob's Burgers||Bob Belcher||Although married to Linda, he is prone to homoerotic situations and has expressed interest in males had he not been married. In the episode "Turkey in a Can", Bob tells the cashier: "I'm straight. I mean, I'm mostly straight."|
|Bones||Angela Montenegro||Married to a man, but had at least one serious relationship with a woman that was rekindled during the course of the show.|
|Brooklyn Nine-Nine||Rosa Diaz||In 5x09 (the series' 99th episode) Rosa says "I'm dating a woman. I'm bi.". Episode 5x10 deal with the issue of coming out to her family.|
|Brookside||Lindsey Corkhill||Has three marriages on the show, but has a long-term affair with friend Shelley Bower.|
|Buffy the Vampire Slayer||Willow Rosenberg||Willow is seen in heterosexual relations at the start, then start a relationship with Tara, and is portrayed as gay afterward. However, she explain she still have feeling for Oz in New Moon Rising. She is also portrayed as a bisexual vampire in a alternate reality in The Wish.|
|Caméra Café||Frédérique Castelli, Dimitri Kovalsky||Frédérique is seen having bisexual tendencies (like in episode 115, when she is giving a massage to Nancy). Dimitri is seen having a relation with Fredérique Castelli and Phillipe Gatin in episode 113, explicitly mentioned as bi at the end of the episode.|
|Caprica||Clarice Willow||Clarice is a member of a group marriage involving two husbands and several wives.|
|La Casa de las Flores||Julián de la Mora||Julián is openly bisexual|
|Casanova||Giacomo Casanova||Tries to have sex with a man, only to discover she's a woman and has sex with her anyway.|
|Chasing Life||Brenna Carver||A 16-year-old girl who develops feelings for both Kieran, a boy she met in the aftermath of a party, and Greer, a classmate who is an out lesbian. After quickly coming to terms with her simultaneous feelings for both, she attempts to maintain romantic relationships with the two. Although initially reluctant to assign labels to herself, she eventually comes to self-identify as bisexual.|
|Las Chicas del Cable||Carlota||Carlota is dating Miguel at the beginning of the series and then develops a romantic and sexual relationship with Sara.|
|Chilling Adventures of Sabrina||Ambrose Spellman||Ambrose is pansexual|
|The Cleveland Show||Terry Kimple||He says "I've been with a lot of hot women, and I've been with a few hot dudes." Terry later married his boyfriend Paul.|
|Club de Cuervos||Aitor Cardoné
|Aitor is pansexual. Hugo has shown attraction to women and one man, Juan Pablo Iglesias.|
|Code Black||Noa Kean||Mentions having dated both boys and girls.|
|Coupling||Jane||Claims to have slept with fifteen women, but seems to be pretending for the attention.|
|Crazy Ex-Girlfriend||Darryl Whitefeather, Valencia Perez.||Previously divorced from a woman. Upon hanging out with Rebecca and her friends, he starts developing a crush on White Josh. After White Josh kisses him on the cheek, Darryl begins to question his sexuality, eventually realizing during a cardio class that he is attracted to both genders. Sings a magnificent song about his newly discovered bisexuality. He proudly exclaims to White Josh that he is a "both-sexual", and the two of them begin dating. Valencia was previously in a relationship with Josh, and is now dating a woman named Beth.|
|Cucumber||Freddie Baxter||Described by roommate Dean Monroe as being "kind of anything" in reference to his sexuality. He is confirmed as being bisexual by actor Freddie Fox.|
|Dance Academy||Sammy Lieberman||Over the course of the show Sammy has crushes on and relationships with both men and women including Christian, Ollie and Abigail|
|Dear white people||Neika Hobbs, Conner||Neika is out as a lesbian, but has a affair with Troy Fairbanks. Conner present himself as non-heterosexual and kisses both males and females.|
|Degrassi: The Next Generation||Paige Michalchuk, Miles Hollingsworth||Paige has dated many guys, and one lesbian. She started to question her sexuality when she became attracted to her female friend Alex. Miles has dated many girls, and shows interest in one guy. He started to question his sexuality when he realized he was attracted to Tristan.|
|Desperate Housewives||Katherine Mayfair||Katherine has a sexual attraction to men, and later for a woman.|
|Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency||Tina Tevetino||Tina says "I get it, I'm bi." In a later episode when at a concert she says she wants to have sex with everyone there.|
|Dirt||Leo Spiller, Julia Mallory,||Leo possibly in denial of homosexuality; Julia "only when stoned".|
|Doctor Who||Captain Jack Harkness, River Song, Clara Oswin Oswald||First two from the 51st century when pansexuality is the norm. Clara has been relationship with a man and talks about having kissed women.|
|Drawn Together||Foxxy Love, Captain Hero||Foxxy is bisexual with a preference for men; Captain Hero comically displays sexual attraction to most things, but is secretive about his romantic attraction to men.|
|Dynasty||Steven Carrington||Over the course of the series, Steven has relationships with men and women, but he eventually identifies as gay.|
|EastEnders||Sonia Fowler, Tony Hills, Danny Pennant, Steven Beale, Diane Butcher||Sonia leaves the show in a happy relationship with a man (with whom she has a daughter), but had sexual relations with a woman beforehand. Tony has an ongoing relationship with Simon Raymond but has a number of affairs with women during that time. Danny has sexual relationships with both men and women. The buildup to Steven's exit involved in a bisexual love triangle storyline among him, Stacey, and Christian Clarke (John Partridge), who is Jane's gay brother. Diane has had relationships with men and women.|
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|Polo and Carla Rosón Caleruega involved Christian in a polyamorous relationship.|
|Emmerdale||Charity Tate, Debbie Dingle, Robert Sugden||Charity marries Chris Tate and later has an affair with his sister, Zoe. Charity's daughter Debbie has had many relationships with men but becomes serious involved with friend Jasmine Thomas. Robert begins an affair with Aaron Dingle while engaged to Chrissie White. Although it was unconfirmed whether he was gay or bisexual for a long time, the character has since opened up about his bisexuality and that he is attracted to both, women and men.|
|Faking It||Wade, Amy|
|The Fall||Stella Gibson||Initiates sexual relations with both women and men; doesn't identify her sexual orientation.|
|Farscape||Chiana||Sexuality portrayed as fluid.|
|Family Affairs||Adam Sheldrake, Karen Ellis, Brendan Boulter||Adam Sheldrake is engaged to Gabby Johnson but later has a fling with friend Clive Starr. Karen is engaged to long-time boyfriend Matt who she marries but later leaves him to have a relationship with Kelly Hurst. After Kelly dies, Karen reconciles with Matt. Brendan Boulter dates Becky Scott and Melanie Costello, who he eventually marries but has affairs with Sean Steel and a man named Jason.|
|Family Guy||Lois Griffin, possibly Stewie Griffin||Lois at one point reveals she had same-sex relations when she was younger, but eventually lost interest. Stewie's orientation is left ambiguous, with many hints indicating he is either bi or gay.|
|Firefly||Inara||Takes a female client in the episode "War Stories" and mentions having done so in the past occasionally.|
|Friends||Phoebe Buffay||Never explicitly said, but she is seen attracted to Cassie, kissing Rachel, dreaming about Monica breasts, etc., among others|
|Footballers' Wives||Conrad Gates||Discreetly bisexual, Conrad had many female partners but had an affair with struggling gay character, Noah.|
|The Fosters||Monty, Callie Adams Foster||Monty has an ex-husband and also kissed Lena. On her online dating profile, she has described herself as bisexual. Callie have had numerous relationships with men and have at least kissed one girl named Ximena in "#IWasMadeInAmerica".|
|From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series||Santánico Pandemonium/Kisa||Has on-screen relationships with both men and women.|
|Fuller House||Stephanie Tanner||Speak of her time with a girlfriend, despite being mostly seen with boys|
|Futurama||Amy Kroker||Seen in a relation with Fry, then show interest in kissing Leela.|
|Game of Thrones||Oberyn Martell, Ellaria Sand, Yara Greyjoy||During their visit in King's Land on behalf of Oberyn's brother, Prince Doran Martell, Oberyn and Ellaria are shown engaging in a threesome with Olyvar, a spy for Littlefinger and prostitute usually engaging in homosexual relationships. Yara is considered bi as she mentions "a boy, a girl, depends on the port." She has been confirmed explicitly straight in the books.|
|General Hospital||Kristina Davis||Kristina is exploring different labels and has not yet decided which applies to her. Previously having only been attracted to men, she is now attracted to a woman. She wonders aloud how her father will react to learning that "one daughter is bisexual" and later refers to her sexuality as "fluid".|
|Glee||Brittany S. Pierce||Brittany has been described on the show as "fluid" and "bicurious," and in season 5 Santana describes Brittany as "bisexual". The fall 2011 GLAAD report listed her as bisexual. Brittany has kissed most of the boys and girls in school as well as her best friend Santana Lopez, and has had serious romantic relationships with Sam Evans, Artie Abrams and Santana. By season four, she is comfortable saying she would date men or women. In season six she and Santana get married.|
|Greenleaf||Kevin Satterlee||Kevin start the show married to Charity greenleaf, but then discover he is also attracted to men.|
|Gypsy||Jean Holloway, Sidney Pierce.|
|The Good Wife||Kalinda Sharma||She describes herself as "flexible", the actress who portrays her calls her bisexual, and Cary, a man she is sexually involved with in season 5, calls her bisexual to correct Alicia's confusion when Alicia says "I thought she was a lesbian". Alicia asks Kalinda back at the end of season 1 if she's gay, and Kalinda answers "I'm private". Kalinda has had sex with multiple men and women on the series as well as flirtations and discusses how the difference between sex with men and sex with women is like choosing Thai or Italian food; they're both good, just different.|
|The Good Place||Eleanor Shellstrop||She is seen flirting with Tahani among others, and confirmed by one of the actor in an interview.|
|Gossip Girl||Chuck Bass, Elliot, Olivia Burke||Chuck, while primarily portrayed as a promiscuous womanizer, has admitted to kissing guys before. Elliot states explicitly that he likes boys and girls, and begins a relationship with Eric, who is gay. Olivia Burke kisses Vanessa more than once during their threesome with Dan Humphrey.|
|Gotham||Barbara Kean, Oswald Cobblepot||Barbara has a bisexual relationship with Major Crimes Division Officer Renee Montoya and fiancé Jim Gordon. Oswald was attracted to Edward Nygma.|
|Grace and Frankie||Sol||Sol is seen as sleeping with his wife and with his lover Robert.|
|Grey's Anatomy||Calliope Torres||Married to George O'Malley for a brief time. Has a sexual relationship with a male doctor before embarking on two consecutive relationships with women. Identified as bisexual in season 11, episode 5.|
|Halt and Catch Fire||Joe MacMillan||Initiates a season-long sexual relationship with female programmer Cameron Howe in episode 1. In episode 3, seduces the trophy boyfriend of wealthy widow in order to avoid a business deal with her. In episode 7, his ex-boyfriend Simon re-enters his life briefly to inform Joe he has AIDS.|
|Hannibal||Alana Bloom, Hannibal Lecter||Alana is in a relationship with a man in the second season, but marries a woman in the third. Hannibal is shown having relationships with women as well as being in love with a man, and is described by show runner Bryan Fuller as omnisexual.|
|Happy Endings||Jane Kerkovich-Williams||Dated both men and women.|
|Hemlock Grove||Destiny Rumancek||Although she is engaged in the later series—in the first series, Destiny has a physical and sexual relationship with Dr. Clementine Chasseur.|
|Henry Danger||Henry Hart||Henry has had many girlfriends on the show. However, in one episode, Henry fell in love with Jasper after Jasper "kissed" him, or gave him mouth-to-mouth.|
|Heroes||Claire Bennet, Gretchen Berg||Is portrayed as straight, kissing three guys over the course of the first three seasons of the show and having one serious boyfriend, but then in season 4, after being kissed by her female roommate (Gretchen), begins to consider that her sexuality might be more fluid than she once thought. She accepts holding Gretchen's hand and starts to do it herself willingly before season 4 ends. The show was canceled before Claire's sexuality was fully explored, though.|
|Him & Her||Paul||Nearly leaves his wife, Laura, for his lover, Graham.|
|Hit the Floor||Zero||Has a sexual relationship with Jelena Howard in the second season, then dates Jude Kinkade.|
|Holby City||Bernie Wolfe||Had a long term marriage to a man, they split when she is found working at Holby City hospital by a woman she previously had an affair with during her army days.|
|Hollyoaks||Craig Dean, Kris Fisher, Ravi Roy, Sarah Barnes||Craig is depicted as straight until he starts an affair with best friend John Paul McQueen, who is gay. Kris is a self-identified bisexual cross-dresser and has had affairs with both genders, through primarily females. Ravi begins a relationship with Nancy but then sleeps with Kris, both of whom were having an affair themselves, causing the three of them to form a short-lived 'love triangle'. When asked about her character's sexuality, Loui Batley discussed Sarah possibly being bisexual.|
|Home and Away||Charlie Buckton||Has a relationship with Joey Collins and later with Angelo Rosetta.|
|Homicide: Life on the Street||Tim Bayliss||Explores bisexuality in later seasons of the show. In the first episode concerning his bisexuality, Bayliss flatly stated he was "not gay" and did not formally come out until season 7, but even then he did not want to be deemed "a crusader" on the matter.|
|House||Dr. Remy 'Thirteen' Hadley||Openly bisexual, she was seen having casual sex with women and having a serious romantic relationship with main character Eric Foreman, and after they broke up, she then entered into a serious romantic relationship with a woman at one point.|
|House of Cards||Frank Underwood||In Season 1, it is revealed that as a young man, Frank had a romantic relationship with a male classmate at his military college. Though Frank is married to a woman, Claire Underwood, their relationship is depicted as a political and emotional alliance to which sex is essentially peripheral. It isn't until Season 2, when a male third party is involved, that any intercourse is implied. Frank's relationship with reporter Zoe Barnes in Season 1 is physical but highly calculated, and he is open with his wife about the dalliance and its value to their long-term political objectives.|
|How I Met Your Mother||Lily Aldrin, Cindy||Lily Displays several erotic dreams involving her friend Robin and a female bartender. In S6:E1, Cindy is seen kissing a girl (and marrying her), but she was in a relationship with Ted in a previous season.|
|How to Get Away with Murder||Annalise Keating||Annalise is married to Sam Keating (now deceased). She later kisses her ex-girlfriend Eve Rothlow in Season 2. It is revealed that they were in a serious relationship during law school. They briefly rekindle their relationship, until Eve finishes her case in Philadelphia and needs to return home.|
|The IT Crowd||Richmond Avenal, Denholm Reynholm||Richmond and Denholm are both in relation with women, but are found sleeping together at the end of Season 1, albeit while drunk. The end of Season 2 also suggest Denholm molest Roy and Moss after drinking Rohypnol.|
|Jane the Virgin||Adam Alvaro
|Adam is an ex of Jane, whom she gets back together with. She finds out that he had a male ex and becomes insecure in regards to his bisexuality. They eventually have a conversation where Jane's worries are put to rest. Petra was previously married to Rafael Solano. Had an erotic dream about her lawyer, Jane Ramos, and later began a romantic relationship with her.|
|Joey||Gina Tribbiani||In the Season 2 episode "Joey and the Holding Hands", it is implied that Gina may be bisexual.|
|K.C. Undercover||Marisa Clark, K.C. Cooper||Marisa is definitely portrayed to be boy-crazy. However, in one episode when K.C. was dressed as a boy and asked her to a school dance, Marisa wasn't interested. Then when K.C. revealed it was her, Marisa became interested. Marisa then said if K.C. didn't see a future where they were married, then there was no point in going to the school dance. K.C. has stated that she is a gorgeous spy who always gets her man or woman.|
|Killing Eve||Villanelle, Eve Polastri, Bill Pargrave||Villanelle has sexual relations with both men and women. Eve Polastri is married to her husband, Niko, but is also attracted to Villanelle. Bill Pargrave is married to a woman, but admits to having many male lovers in the past.|
|The L Word||Alice Pieszecki, Jenny Schecter, Phyllis Kroll, Tina Kennard||Sexuality portrayed as fluid, but can be seen as socially problematic. Often shown as a phase.|
|L.A. Law||C. J. Lamb||First kiss between women on a prime time television series and first regular bisexual character on a prime time TV show.|
|Law & Order||Episodes "Castoff" and "Obsession" both feature psychotic bisexuals.|
|Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Nicole Wallace||Arch-nemesis of Detective Robert Goren. Appears in episodes "Anti-Thesis", "A Person of Interest", "Great Barrier", and "Grow". Referred to in episodes "Pas de Deux", "Slither", and "Renewal".|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Sonny Carisi||Heavily implied. In "Unholiest Alliance" a closeted priest claims that Carisi can't relate to having feelings of shame such as he does to his sexuality, to which Carisi replies "oh yes I can." Since this was a private conversation, there's no reason to believe this isn't a 'coming out' to the audience. Carisi has shown interest in women throughout his time on the show. A fan-favorite relationship is that between him and Rafael Barba.|
|Legend of the Seeker||Cara Mason||Cara is shown in relationships with both men and women.|
|Lip Service||Frankie Alan|
|Lost Girl||Bo and Tamsin||Because she feeds off of sexual energy, Bo is involved with many human and Fae characters throughout the show. Her three long-term relationships are with two Fae men and a human woman, though in each season she has many sexual partners both female and male. In her character description, Tamsin is described as bisexual. Also seen throughout the series as being attracted to both males and females, including her male police partner and the lead, Bo.|
|The Legend of Korra||Korra, Asami Sato||Both Korra and Asami are two women portrayed as being in relationships with male characters throughout the series but by Season 4 it becomes evident that the duo feel more than just platonic attraction to one another. The last scene of the show implies heavily that the two are in a relationship together. The creators of the show have both confirmed that the last scene of the show does in fact mean that the two have romantic feelings for each other.|
|The Librarians||Cassandra Cillian||In episode 3.8, Cassandra pursues a relationship with Jenkins and receives a passionate kiss from Estrella.|
|Loud House||Luna Loud||Confirmed bisexual. Luna Loud is actively pursuing a relationship with a female character named Sam, and has been seen flirting with both genders in the show.|
|Lucifer||Lucifer Morningstar, Mazikeen||In episode 1, Lucifer wakes up in bed with women and a man. In season 2 episode 11, when being interrogated, one of his male exes discussed their sexual relations. Mazikeen is seen flirting with both men and women, and state having had sex with men and women in season 1 episode 12.|
|Madam Secretary||Blake Moran, Kat Sandaval||Earlier in the series, Blake's sexuality is a topic of discussion among his co-workers, but the answer is ultimately ambiguous. In the episode "Revelation," after an argument with an ex-boyfriend of his, he decides to come out to his boss in, subjectively, one of the most authentic manners ever presented in fiction.
Kat comes out to her boss, Department of State Chief of Staff Jay Whitman after a large crisis regarding LGBTQ rights.
|The Magicians||Quentin Coldwater||Quentin has a relationship with Alice Quinn, and later with Eliot Waugh.|
|Make It or Break It||Max Spencer||In the episode "What Lies Beneath," Max reveals his bisexuality to Austin and worries about how his female love interest, Payson, would respond.|
|Melrose Place||Ella Simms||Ella has sex with both men and women throughout the series.|
|Midnight Caller||episode "After It Happened"/1988 – spreading AIDS from the gay community to straight women.|
|The Mighty Boosh||Howard Moon
|In the episode “Jungle”, it is implied Howard had a relationship with a man named Tommy, as when Vince asks “did you love him?” and “did you kiss him?” Howard diverts the question. In regards to Vince, a braincell admitted to Howard that "he does swing both ways", and in the episode 'Party' he and Howard kiss. Both show attraction to women in the episode “Party”, as at the end, after they both confess their love to each other at separate times, they also confess attraction to a woman each.|
|The Mist||Adrian Garff||In a possessive relationship with Alex, and later Tyler, seen saying not caring about gender of his SO.|
|Mnemosyne||Rin Asogi, Mimi, Sahara Wamanobe|
|Mozart in the Jungle||Cynthia Taylor||She has been shown as having sex and being in relationships with both men and women.|
|Mr. Robot||Possibly Tyrell Wellick||Although married to Joanna, Tyrell seduces his boss' male secretary in order to find out who the new CTO candidate is. Sexuality is at least flexible.|
|Murdoch Mysteries||Dr Emily. Grace||Became lover of fellow suffragette Lillian Moss, whom she planned to move to London with to join the women's suffrage movement there. In previous seasons was in romantic relationship with two other men, plus one other prior to her first appearance on the show. Confirmed by showrunner.|
|My Name Is Earl||Stuart Daniels||Became long-term lover of Kenny James, but demonstrated strong attraction to women as well several times throughout the series.|
|Nip/Tuck||Quentin Costa, probably Julia McNamara and Kimber Henry, possibly Christian Troy and Matt McNamara|
|The O.C.||Alex Kelly, Marissa Cooper||Had a casual romance during a part of the series second season|
|OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes||Enid||In the episode "Hope This Flies", Enid is seen wearing a bisexual pride logo that was designed by Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar. Series creator Ian Jones-Quartey later confirmed Enid's bisexuality in a Reddit AMA.|
|Once Upon a Time||Ruby Lucas/Red Riding Hood||Was shown in a relationship with Peter, as well as a hinted future relationship with Dr. Whale before leaving the show. After coming back, she opened up about her sexuality to Snow and shared true loves kiss with Dorothy. The two are assumed to be living happily ever after.|
|One Tree Hill||Anna Taggaro||First recurring bisexual character of color on television.|
|Orange Is the New Black||Piper Chapman, Lorna Morello, possibly Brook Soso||Sexuality portrayed as fluid. Piper mentions the Kinsey scale but the word "bisexual" is never used. In the second season, Vee warns Taystee not to be "gay-for-the-stay."|
|Orphan Black||Delphine Cormier, Sarah Manning||Acknowledges that sexuality is a spectrum and that she's never been with a woman before. Enters a relationship with Cosima. Although never explicitly stated in the show, showrunners Graeme Manson and John Fawcett have confirmed that Cosima identifies as bisexual.|
|Oz||Chris Keller, Tobias Beecher||Keller homicidal sociopath; Beecher previously married but falls in love and engages in sexual relationship with Keller.|
|Parenthood||Haddie Braverman||Has two serious boyfriends over the first three seasons of the show, and is sexually active with the second of them starting at the end of season 2. She clearly feels strong feelings for both of her boyfriends. She isn't on the show for most of seasons 4 or 5 because she's moved across the country to attend college, but when she returns in the season 5 finale, she brings her "super awesome best friend" with her, whom she actually is kissing and dating. Her younger brother wonders if kissing a girl makes her a lesbian. She "comes out" to her mother as having fallen for this girl, Lauren, but her specific sexual orientation is never mentioned.|
|Peep Show||Jeremy Osbourne||While he usually is seen engaging in opposite sex liaisons, Jeremy starts a relationship with another man in the final season. He also claims he's had sex with more men than Sophie (four).|
|Pretty Little Liars||Maya St. Germain, Alison DiLaurentis||Maya believed to be a lesbian, until she admitted dating a boy at the camp 'True North'. Alison is shown to have had many brief romantic trysts with various men, but was revealed to have kissed her friend Emily several times in the past, as well as saying to Emily in season 5 "I always made you think your feelings for me were totally one-sided, that wasn't true."|
|Prison Break||Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell||"An open bisexual, he has no qualms about seeking sexual gratification from other inmates, often preying upon younger men."|
|Penny Dreadful||Dorian Gray, Ethan Chandler||Sexuality in Victorian era portrayed as having more freedom. Showrunner John Logan perceives sexuality as fluid and has implied that all characters could potentially be depicted as such.|
|Polyamory: Married & Dating||Kamala Devi, Jen, Tahl, Lindsey, Vanessa, Leigh Ann, Megan||Reality show about polyamorous families, primarily portrays bisexual women|
|Queen Sugar||Nova Bordelon||Nova is in a relationship with Chantal, and then with Dr Dubois.|
|Queer as Folk (US)||Hunter, Lindsay||Sexuality portrayed as fluid, but can be socially problematic.|
|The Real World: Chicago||Aneesa Ferreira||Although she identified as a lesbian on her season of The Real World, she later had a flirtatious relationship with male castmate Cory Wharton on The Challenge: Battle of the Bloodlines.|
|The Real World: D.C.||Mike Manning|
|The Real World: Hawaii||Ruthie Alcaide|
|The Real World: Portland||Marlon Williams|
|The Real World: San Diego (2011)||Frank Sweeney|
|The Real World: Sydney||Shauvon Torres|
|Revenge||Nolan Ross, Tyler Barrol||Claims to be "about a three on the Kinsey scale." Tyler dates Ashley Davenport but later seduces a male character.|
|Riverdale||Toni Topaz, Cheryl Blossom||After kissing Jughead, Toni reveals she is "more into girls, anyway". Cheryl has had a past relationship with a girl and begins to show interest in Toni.|
|Rizzoli & Isles||Maura Isles||Says she has never been with a Frenchwoman, implying she's been with other women.|
|The Royals||Princess Eleanor Henstridge||In an ongoing relationship with a man, but in a break in the relationship is involved with a woman.|
|Roseanne||Nancy Bartlett, Beverly Harris|
|Roswell, New Mexico||Michael Guerin||He is involved with Alex Manes and later Maria DeLuca|
|Runaways||Nico Minoru||Nico had a brief romance with Alex Wilder, and later entered a relationship with Karolina Dean.|
|Saul of the Mole Men||Nathaniel Baltimore|
|Schitt's Creek||David Rose
|David is pansexual. Jake dated David and Stevie simultaneously. David and Stevie had previously been together and Jake attempted to start a polyamorous relationship between the three; David and Stevie did not agree.|
|Scream||Audrey Jensen, Zoe Vaughn||Audrey has had a relationship with Rachael Murray and describes herself as bi-curious. Zoe has a relationship with Noah. Audrey, Zoe and Noah share a three-way kiss.|
|Scrubs||The Todd, Elliot Reid, Bob Kelso||In "My Lucky Charm" he begins to hit on men, stating 'The Todd appreciates hot, regardless of gender'. Through the series, Elliot shows strong signs of being bisexual. Kelso often speaks of times in his past and hints he may have been with another man.|
|Secret Diary of a Call Girl||Belle/Hannah|
|El Señor de los Cielos||Omar Terán
|Omar is involved in an orgy with his right-hand man Jaime and several women. Both men are shown to be womanizers. The dominant Omar continues a sexual relationship with Jaime.|
|Sex and the City||Samantha Jones|
|Sex Education||Adam Groff||Adam is seen having sex with Aimee in S1:E1, but have sex with Eric in S1:E8.|
|Shadowhunters||Magnus Bane, Meliorn||All Seelies are canonically bisexual. Magnus Bane has had relationships with both men and women, and actor Harry Shum Jr. has repeatedly stated that Magnus is bisexual.|
|Shameless||Monica Gallagher||Interested in men like Frank and Walter, and also had sex with Clayton Gallagher, another man (Frank's brother), resulting in Ian's paternity test's results. However, she also has been in a committed relationship with Roberta, a woman, and had a fling with another woman while committed to the hospital after her suicide attempt. Monica is bipolar and her bisexuality may be a problematic example of representation because of how it is treated as sort of a symptom of her mental illness.|
|She's Gotta Have It||Nola Darling||Nora declare herself to be pansexual|
|The Shannara Chronicles||Eretria|
|Shortland Street||Caroline Buxton||Caroline has had a long running romance with badboy Greg Feeney. She also had a relationship with Laura Hall.|
|South Park||Mayor Mc Daniels, Liane Cartman, Stephen Stotch||Several characters have implied relationships or one off with Liane Cartman.|
|The Staircase Murders||Michael Peterson|
|A Shot at Love With Tila Tequila||Tila Tequila||Bisexual themed reality dating show.|
|Six Feet Under||Russel, Keith Charles, Billy Chenowith||Russel is confused; Keith is primarily gay; Billy is primarily straight.|
|Skam||Eva Mohn, Even Bech Næsheim, Probably Vilde Hellerud Lien||Eva admitted that she kissed her friends at parties and made out with Vilde several times. Vilde made out with Eva twice and said "those feelings" doesn't make her a lesbian. She also got horny thinking about feminine things. Even is dating a girl when first introduced in the third season and remains with her through most of it, although he has an explicit relationship with Isak, a male protagonist. He eventually breaks up with his girlfriend and is in a stable relationship with Isak by the start of the fourth season.|
|Skins||Tony Stonem, Cassie Ainsworth, Naomi Campbell, Mini McGuinness||Tony's sexual behavior is primarily towards women, but he attempts a one-night stand with Maxxie, who rejects him. It is later revealed through his subconscious that Tony is polysexual. Cassie begins sexual relations with both men and women to spite her boyfriend. In series 3 and 4, Naomi displays attraction to men and women, though her primary relationships are with women. In the later half of series 5, Mini's attraction towards Franky implies she is bisexual, though this attraction is short-lived and has no relevance in series 6.|
|South of Nowhere||Ashley Davies||Displayed a romantic/sexual attraction to ex-boyfriend Aiden Dennison on more than one occasion, but often identifies as a lesbian.|
|Spartacus||Lucretia, Saxa||Depicts the Ancient Roman approach to sexual orientation; people have certain social obligations depending on class (e.g. free citizens expected to marry and have children), but the gender of a person's sexual partners is not seen as particularly notable.|
|Star Trek: Deep Space Nine||Jadzia Dax, Kira Nerys in alternate universe, Ezri Dax and Elim Garak.||Jadzia and Ezri Dax's relationships with females portrayed as related to previous existence as a male, alternate-universe Kira portrayed as a hedonistic tyrant. Garak was originally intended as omnisexual by the actor, and many fans still consider him as such, although he never engages in an 'official' relationship throughout the seasons.|
|Steven Universe||Rose Quartz/Pink Diamond||Has many relationships throughout her thousands of years of existence, but most notably those of Pearl and Greg Universe. Even though Pearl & Rose's (who was formally known as Pink Diamond) race of "gems" are sexless, they all identify as female. Rose is confirmed to have had a romantic relationship with Pearl before meeting Greg Universe. Her and Greg grew a strong bond and eventually she had a child with Greg.|
|Stitchers||Camille Engelson||Has a male love interest on the show, and is open about having dated at least one woman in the past.|
|Suburgatory||Dalia Royce||She is shown to have dated guys and at least one girl.|
|Sugar Rush||Sugar, Saint|
|Supernatural||Chuck Shurley/God||Chuck explicitly states that he has had some girlfriends and a few boyfriends.|
|Teen Wolf||Caitlin, Stiles (speculated), Jackson Whittemore||Caitlin is a young woman who is first introduced as having been in a relationship with Emily. Caitlin is later seen at Danny's black light party where she kisses Stiles and reveals she is bisexual. Stiles himself is often speculated by fans as bisexual as well, a concept that has neither been confirmed nor denied by Jeff Davis (the writer and creator of the show) and Dylan O'Brien (the actor who plays Stiles). Jackson is seen in two long-term relationships throughout the show; first with Lydia, then with Ethan.|
|The Bi Life||All contestants||Bisexual reality dating show|
|The Bisexual||Leila||Leila written and portrayed by real life bisexual Desiree Akhavan|
|The Originals||Freya Mikaelson, Keelin||Freya and Keelin are in a relationship in season 4|
|The Tudors||George Boleyn, Thomas Tallis|
|That '80s Show||Sophia||Corey's bisexual ex-girlfriend who has an unrequited crush on Corey's sister Katie.|
|This Is Us||William Hill||William married a woman with whom he had a son, Randall. Years after her death, he dated a man named Jessie. He said to Kevin, "I've always loved both men and women," when told he was "gay now."|
|Torchwood||Captain Jack, Toshiko, Ianto, Captain John.||All main characters sexualities intended to remain fluid. Other characters Gwen and Owen's sexualities remain ambiguous. Jack and John embody pansexuality to varying degrees, whereas Ianto and Tosh more realistically depict 21st century bisexuals. Ianto explicitly acknowledges that he identifies as bisexual in the Torchwood novel Twilight Streets. Also, the actor who played Ianto, Gareth David-Lloyd, stated, "He doesn't quite strike me as a labelist anyway, but if he were a labelist, he'd probably be bisexual."|
|Trailer Park Boys||James Lahey, Randy, Barbara Lahey|
|Van Helsing||Vanessa Van Helsing|
|Victorious||Andre Harris (possibly)||He told Robbie to come near him so they could kiss.|
|Warehouse 13||Helena "H.G." Wells||The character explicitly states, "Many of my lovers were men." Another character mentions that H.G.'s relationship with a man ended and that she is dating a woman.|
|Westworld||Logan Delos||Logan walks away with a male and female host for implied sexual activities. Later, he is seen in bed having sex with two women and a man.|
|Whitney||Neal||He starts the series dating Lily and they later get engaged. After they break up he begins a relationship with a man. His sexuality is described as fluid.|
|Wild West||Mary Trewednack, Angela Phillips||They are a lesbian couple and then decide that the romance has left the relationship and start to date men.|
|Will & Grace||Karen Walker
|Celebrity chef Jackson Boudreaux simultaneously dates both Will and Grace in the episode "Friends and Lover"|
|Witches of East End||Joanna Beauchamp||Has had a husband, Victor; in the 1970s was in a relationship with a woman named Alex.|
|Wynonna Earp||Waverly Earp||Waverly dated a "boy-man", named Champ and later broke up with him, realizing she shouldn't have to lower her dating standards so far. She later begins secretly, at least at first, dating the new police deputy, Nicole Haught.|
|Xena: Warrior Princess||Xena, Gabrielle, Athena||Xena and Gabrielle are possibly lovers; implied from middle of the series to its end. Hints that Xena may have been sexually intimate with two women before Gabrielle are also present.|
|You Me Her||Emma, Izzy|
|Z Nation||Addison "Addy" Carver||Addison is seen flirting with another woman in Episode 11 season 2. However, more explicit representation (kiss, sex) have been cut from final episode.|
|All For One||Dorothy Castlemore||Was dating Miller and is now dating Connie|
|The Adventures of Jaime Watson (And Sherlock Holmes)||Jaime Watson||Implied in episode 3, confirmed in episode 30|
|Carmilla||Danny Lawrence||Shows interest in both men and women|
|Couple-ish||Dee Warson||Attraction to more than one gender shown in episode 8, specifically identified as bisexual on the show's kickstarter|
|Critical Role||Vax'ildan, Allura Vysoren||Vax confirmed by Liam O'Brien in a Q&A and Allura by Matthew Mercer on Talks Machina.|
|The Grey Tarmac Road||Lin Thropupland||Confirmed on first appearance|
|Hero Squad: Under the Dragon's Shadow||Rager Antinian||Confirmed to be bi/pan in Episode 6, when he said he was "down for anything" and "very curious" in reference to seducing a male character.|
|KTHNXBI||Ben, Emily||Series follows the daily lives of two bisexual individuals|
|Nothing Much to Do/Lovely Little Losers||Peter "Pedro" Donaldson||Identified as bisexual in episode 75.|
|Rose by Any Other Name...||Rose|
|Skam||Even Bech Næsheim||Was in a 5-year-relationship with a girl named Sonja and now is dating Isak Valtersen. (He has been confirmed as pansexual rather than bisexual)|
|Red vs. Blue||Kaikaina Grif, Dexter Grif, Richard Simmons||Kaikaina has stated to have been through several "bi-phases". Dexter and Richard are implied to have slept together during Season 15 while both have shown interest in female characters during Season 12.|
|The Unexpectables||Panic Grimtongue, Greckles Birdman||Panic is depicted as having multiple love interests, primarily male. Greckles is shown having attraction to the character Remy Corbeau. Both characters hired male and female escorts in Episode 26.|
|Unfortunatly Ashly||Ashly, Avery||Ashly is having a relation with Avery after episode 5, but she is speaking of her ex-boyfriend in episode 3. Avery is with a new boyfriend on episode 1 of Season 2|
|All Shook Up||Chad||Chad is strongly attracted to Sandra. He later falls in love with 'Ed', who is actually Natalie dressed as a male. Upon becoming aware of this fact, Chad confesses that it was actually the character of Ed he liked, not Natalie, and at first is unwilling to enter a relationship with her, though he later does.|
|Be More Chill||Rich Goranski||Rich himself states his attraction to both genders in act 2 of the musical.|
|Cabaret||Clifford Bradshaw||Show centers on Cliff's relationship with performer Sally Bowles. However, it is also heavily implied in all productions of the musical that Cliff has had a past affair with Bobby, a Kit Kat Klub boy. In the 1993 London production and the 1998 and 2014 Broadway productions, all directed by Sam Mendes, Cliff and Bobby kiss one another.|
|Cloud Nine||Victoria, Edward|
|Gemini||Francis||Treated sympathetically, seen in positive light.|
|Groundhog Day||Phil Connors||Mentions that he has slept with women and a man in song "If I Had My Time Again"|
|Hair||Claude, Berger, Woof, various|
|Hamilton||Alexander Hamilton||Confirmed subtext between Hamilton and John Laurens by writer Lin Manuel Miranda based on the relationship between the real life abolitionists|
|The History Boys||Dakin||Self-aware, complacent, unconfused|
|Rent||Maureen||Maureen fits many negative stereotypes of bisexuality, as she is bad with commitment and has a talent for driving her lovers insane. It's worth noting, however, that her behavior is never attributed to her sexuality in any way, being portrayed as a personal flaw instead.|
|Rocky Horror Show||Various portrayals|
|The Shadow Box||Brian||Bisexuality simple fact.|
|Sodom, or the Quintessence of Debauchery (1684)||King Bolloxinion; most other characters||An obscene Restoration closet drama thought to be by John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester. Bolloxinion, King of Sodom, commands universal same-sex sodomy.|
|Spring Awakening||Ernst, Hanschen||Seduced by each other, it is sudbetly implied that they at least Hanschen has also liked girls, and they both know they can never really be together.|
|Stop Kiss||Callie, Sara|
|Torch Song Trilogy||Ed|
|The Vagina Monologues||"The Woman Who Loved to Make Vaginas Happy"|
|The Wind in The Willows||Chief Weasel||Kisses Both Male and Female Characters on Stage|
|Borderlands 2||Axton, Mad Moxxi.||Axton has in-game dialogue that suggests bisexuality, and Mad Moxxi explicitly expresses attraction to both genders. Later on, the game's developers confirmed that Axton is canonically bisexual.|
|Bully||Jimmy Hopkins, Several Male Students.||Kissing various characters, male or female, regains health; homosexual content is optional.|
|Cute demons crasher!||Claire (depending on choice), all demons||The player can choose at the end of the game to go to the bedroom with a female or a male daemon (or none). All demons are pansexual|
|Chrono Trigger||Ayla (Japanese version)||When meeting the group for the first time, Ayla say she "like strong people, even if man, even if woman" speaking of Luccas who refuse the advance. This was changed in the NA English translation|
|Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair||Nagito Komaeda, Mikan Tsumiki, Teruteru Hanamura||Nagito almost confessed his love for Hajime Hinata in Danganronpa 2. He has also shown attraction towards female characters and implied that he can be attracted to any genders in official material like the Danganronpa 2 artbook and many of the side mangas. Mikan implied to have been in love with Junko, and will display romantic affection towards Hajime in her Island Mode ending. Teruteru is known to flirt with almost all of his female classmates and some of the males (mainly Hajime).|
|Dragon Age Origins||The Player Character, Leliana, Zevran||The player (if female) can engage their character in a romantic relationship with either (or on occasion, all) Alistair (male), Leliana (female) or Zevran (male). A male character can pair with Morrigan (female), Leliana or Zevran.|
|Dragon Age II||The Player Character, Anders, Fenris, Isabela, Merrill||Regardless of gender, the player can romance all four of the love interests in the base version of the game.|
|Dragon Age: Inquisition||The Player Character, Iron Bull, Josephine Montilyet||The player character (if female) can enter into a romantic relationship with Cullen, Solas, Blackwall, Sera, Iron Bull, or Josephine. A male character can pair with Cassandra, Dorian, Iron Bull, or Josephine.|
|Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator||Player (depending on initial choice), several of the dads||The player can choose to have been in a relationship with a woman or a man, and several dads had relation of different genders, but can be romanced anyway.|
|Darkstalkers||Lilith Aensland and Morrigan Aensland||Both succubi|
|Don't Take It Personally, Babe, It Just Ain't Your Story||Nolan||Nolan can enter in a relationship with Akira after being with Taylor, while denying he is attracted to guys|
|The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind||Crassius Curio||Non player character, attempts to seduce players of either sex.|
|Fable||Potentially any||If the player does not marry and have sex with female characters, the personality status screen will label the character as gay. Otherwise, the player will be labeled as bisexual.|
|Fallout 2||Miria and Davin||A player character can marry either of them, regardless of sex.|
|Fallout: New Vegas||The Player Character||The "Black Widow" and "Lady Killer" Perks give you a boost to the damage against and additional dialog options with (some NPCs of) the opposite sex, while the "Confirmed Bachelor" and "Cherchez La Femme" perks does it for the same gender. It is possible to select both categories of perks.|
|Fire Emblem Fates||Rhajat, Niles, Corrin||Depending on Corrin's gender, They can marry Rhajat(if female) or Niles(if male). Niles and Rhajat can also marry almost all other characters of the opposite gender in the game.|
|Grand Theft Auto V||Trevor Philips|
|Life is Strange||Chloe Price, Max Caulfield||Player (Max) has the option to pursue relationship with Warren Graham as well as Chloe. Multiple people including Chloe herself have stated that Chloe went through a "Boy Toy" phase during her teenage years. Chloe was also attracted to Rachel Amber, calling her "sexy" on multiple occasions and professing her love for her at one point. Chloe also calls Mr. Jefferson "Hot for a teacher."|
|Mass Effect||Commander Shepard (Female), Liara T'Soni, Sha'ira||If the player creates a female character, they can pursue a romantic relationship with either a human male, Kaiden Alenko, or asari female, Liara T'Soni. The asari are a mono-gendered species, all members of whom are sexually female, and are capable of reproducing with a male or female of any species (including their own.) A character of either gender can also have a sexual encounter with an asari consort, Sha'ira.|
|Mass Effect 2||Commander Shepard (Female), Kelly Chambers, Liara T'Soni, Samara, Morinth||A male or female character can enter into a romantic liaison with Kelly Chambers, the ship's yeoman, or the asari characters Samara or Morinth, two of the player character's possible henchmen. If a relationship with Liara T'Soni was pursued in the previous game, it can be continued in Mass Effect 2, specifically in the Lair of the Shadow Broker DLC.|
|Mass Effect 3||Commander Shepard, Liara T'Soni, Kaidan Alenko, Diana Allers, Kelly Chambers||If a relationship was pursued with Liara T'Soni, Kaidan Alenko or Kelly Chambers in previous games, it can be continued in Mass Effect 3. Additionally, Kaidan Alenko becomes available as a romantic option for both a male and female Commander Shepard (provided he survived the events of Mass Effect.) Furthermore, a character of either gender can engage in a sexual encounter with Diana Allers, a reporter stationed aboard the ship.|
|Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty||Vamp||A villain; according to dialogue within the game, "Vamp" is considered slang for bisexual.|
|Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater||Colonel Volgin||A villain, is in a relationship with Tatyana and his top officer, Major Raidenovich.|
|Monster Prom||All||All player characters have the potential to fall in love with the six available monsters, as well as some secret characters. Outside of romance scenes, some of the monsters have sexuality confirming dialogue.|
|Phantasmagoria 2: A Puzzle of Flesh||Curtis Craig||First game to establish playable character as bisexual.|
|The Sims||All||All characters can potentially fall in love with either gender, however Nintendo's Game Boy Advance and DS versions appear to have removed any same-sex 'romance' interactions.|
|Saints Row IV||The Boss, Johnny Gat, Shaundi, Pierce Washington, Asha Odekar, Kinzie Kensington, Matt Miller||The parody romance system in Saints Row IV allows the player to "romance" potentially any or all characters on the ship, excluding Keith David and Ben King (who merely gives the player an autographed copy of his book).|
|Stardew Valley||Player, several villagers||The player can fall in love with 12 villagers, irrespective of gender.|
|Timespinner||Lunais, Rameda||During a cut scene when all side quests have been resolved, Lunais tell "I actually like both women and men", explaining after she tend to prefer women romantically. Rameda has a relation with Haristel, but also was with Seykis.|
|Undertale||Player Character, Alphys||The player has the option to flirt with various characters, regardless of gender. Alphys enters a romantic relationship with Undyne in one ending, and is revealed to be somewhat attracted to Asgore.|
|Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines||Therese and Jeanette Voerman; various||The player can choose the sex of his character and seduce characters regardless of the sex chosen. The character Jeanette/Therese Voerman (the characters have a split personality and are therefore actually the same character) is apparently explicitly bisexual.|
|The Walking Dead: The Final Season||Clementine.||In episode 2 of the series Clementine has the option to confess her feelings and kiss Louis or Violet.|
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