Yhteiskunta synnyttää homoutta

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Tutkijoiden parissa on jo pitkään tiedetty, että ympäröivä ihmispopulaatio synnyttää homoutta. Parhaiten se näkyy rajatuissa yhteisöissä kuten vankila. Jos homous olisi synnynnäistä, niin se tarkoittaisi myös että sama geeni aiheuttaa myös rikollista eli normien vastaista käytöstä. Näinhän ei saa olla.

Yhteiskunnan ikävä mekanismi on se, että miehet eivät osaa suhtautua naismaisiin miehiin luonnollisella, terveellä tavalla, eikä naiset osaa suhtautua miesmäisiin naisiin.

Kyllä, me tavalliset heterot olemme asenne-invalideja ja invalidisoimme sen takia yhdellä osa-alueella erilaisia yksilöitä eristyksiin, itsesyytöksiin ja kapinaan. Tämä saisi loppua, jolloin myös yhteiskunta voisi palata normaalitilaan, missä virkoja ja taidepalkintoja ei jaeta sen perusteella, että mitä henkilö tekee makuukammarissa.

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Homokasvatus tapahtuu TV:n ja muun median välityksellä. Lapsille ja nuorille opetetaan että on coolia olla homoseksuaali.

Ennustan että homous tulee tulevina vuosina lisääntymään Suomessa vähintään Ruotsin talolle.

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Homot syyllistyvät kahteen suureen syntiin:
1) he eivät kasvata lapsia ja 2) he adoptoivat lapsia perheen sisältä tai ulkopuolelta.

Tämä logiikan riemuvoitto on vahvasti sukua maahanmuuttajien kahdelle suurelle synnille: 1) he eivät tee työtä ja 2) he vievät suomalaisten työt.

Vankiloissa tapahtuvaa homoilua suurempi ongelma on mun mielestä esimerkiksi kirkon piirissä tapahtuva pedofilia. Mutta jokaiselle suotakoon prioriteettiensa valinta.

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L-koodi, Will & Grace, Mullan alla, Entourage, Spin City, Frendit (Rossin ex-vaimo), Sinkkuelämää, Gossip Girl, Melrose Place yms. eivät ole ainoita. Wikipedia tunsi pari tuhatta sarjaa:

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[size=85:1mrzfw17][code:1mrzfw17]Sitcoms

The following sitcoms include central LGBT themes or characters.
Year Title Network Character name Actor Notes 2010-
2009— Glee Fox Kurt Hummel Chris Colfer Kurt is a member of the Glee club. He came out to his father in the episode "Preggers".
2009— Modern Family ABC Mitchell Pritchett
Cameron Tucker Jesse Tyler Ferguson
Eric Stonestreet As of the series opener, Mitchell and Cameron have been together for five years and have an adopted Vietnamese-born daughter, Lilly.
2008–2009 Sophie CBC Television (Canada)
ABC Family (US, 2009) Matt Scott
Verner
Bernard Jeff Geddis
Ian Matthews
Stéphane Demers Matt is an OB/GYN and lead character Sophie's best friend. Verner is his partner. Bernard is a waiter at the café where Matt and Sophie hang out, with whom Matt has an affair.
2008 Sordid Lives: The Series Logo Earl "Brother Boy" Ingram
Ty Williamson Leslie Jordan
Jason Dottley Brother Boy likes to perform as Tammy Wynette and tries to escape from treatments to dehomosexualize him. Ty is an actor in Los Angeles coming to terms with his homosexuality.
2007— Kick SBS Layla
Jackie Nicole Chamoun
Romi Trower Layla is a Muslim-Australian who lives with her conservative family and is unenthusiastically engaged to be married to a man named Sharif. But when she falls in love with fellow-fencer Jackie, she has to choose between following her heart or making her family happy.
2007— The Sarah Silverman Program Comedy Central Brian
Steve Brian Posehn
Steve Agee Sarah's neighbors.
2006—2010 Ugly Betty ABC Justin Suarez Mark Indelicato Justin is the fashion forward, performing arts-loving nephew of Betty. He has yet to formally "come out", but its is implied he is bisexual. When his father was alive, he pressured Justin's mother to stop allowing him to "let him be who he wants to be"
2006— The Business IFC Terrence von Holtzen
Wendell Cooper Matt Silver
Neil Napier Terrence is an intern who in season 2 is promoted to Associate Co-head of the Animation and Historical Adaptation Department. Wendell is the company's accountant. In a sexually charged second season episode Terrence admits his repressed homosexuality and he and Wendell hook up.
2006–2007 Cover Girl SRC Mathieu/Veronica
Justin/Joujou
Newton/Lana
Cherry Sundae René Richard Cyr
Vincent Bolduc
Frédéric Pierre
Gilles Renaud Series focuses on four drag queens.
2006–2007 The Class CBS Kyle Lendo
Aaron
Sean Maguire
Cristian de la Fuente Kyle is in a relationship with Aaron. He is a second grade teacher at an elite private school.
2006 Crumbs ABC Mitch Crumb Fred Savage
2006 So NoTORIous VH1 Sasan Zachary Quinto
2005— All About George ITV
(UK) Russel Rory Jennings
2005 It's Me...Gerald Showcase Gerald Gerald L'Ecuyer
2005— My Name is Earl NBC Kenny James Gregg Binkley
2005— The Office NBC Oscar Martinez Oscar Nuñez
2005–2008 South of Nowhere The N Spencer Carlin
Ashley Davies Gabrielle Christian
Mandy Musgrave
2005–2006 Out of Practice CBS Regina Barnes Paula Marshall
2005–2006 Twins The WB Neil Christopher Fitzgerald
2005— The War At Home Fox Kenny Rami Malek
2004— Drawn Together Comedy Central Xandir
Captain Hero
Foxxy Love
Jack Plotnick (voice)
Jess Harnell (voice)
Cree Summer (voice) Xandir is gay; Captain Hero is pansexual; Foxxy Love is bisexual.
2004— Entourage HBO Lloyd Rex Lee
2003— Reno 911! Comedy Central Lieutenant Dangle
Deputy Kimball Thomas Lennon
Mary Birdsong
2003–2004 It's All Relative ABC Simon Banks
Philip Stoddard Christopher Sieber
John Benjamin Hickey
2003–2006 Aquí no hay quien viva Antena 3 Mauri Hidalgo
Fernando Navarro
Bea Villarejo
Diego Álvarez
Rosa Izquierdo
Ana
Abel Luis Merlo
Adrià Collado
Eva Isanta
Mariano Alameda
María Almudéver
Vanesa Romero Stable gay relationship between main characters Mauri and Fernando. During a time they were broken up, Mauri had a relationship with Diego, who left him for another man and later regretted it. But by then Mauri and Fernando were together again.
Mauri also has a son by artificial insemination with lesbian best friend Bea, who had a relationship with a lawyer, Rosa, for a while. Afterwards, she had a wild night with Ana, who became lesbian for her and became a stable couple.
2001 The Ellen Show CBS Ellen Richmond Ellen DeGeneres
2001 Some of My Best Friends CBS Warren Fairbanks
Vern Limoso Jason Bateman
Alec Mapa Based on the film Kiss Me, Guido
2000 — My Family BBC One Michael Harper Gabriel Thompson On 15 April 2010, MailOnline reported that despite his earlier reputation as a womanizer, Michael will come out as gay to his parents in the tenth series.[1]
2000 Normal, Ohio Fox William "Butch" Gamble John Goodman
1999–2000 Strangers with Candy Comedy Central Jerri Blank
Geoffrey Jellineck
Chuck Noblet Amy Sedaris
Paul Dinello
Stephen Colbert Jerri is bisexual. Jellineck and Noblet carried on a clandestine affair.
1998–2006 Will & Grace NBC Will Truman
Jack McFarland
Karen Walker Eric McCormack
Sean Hayes
Megan Mullally Will & Jack are gay. Karen's bisexuality is implied.
1998–2004 Sex and the City HBO Stanford Blatch
Anthony Marantino Willie Garson
Mario Cantone
1996 Party Girl Fox Derrick John Cameron Mitchell Short-lived sitcom based on the 1995 theatrical film
1996–2002 Spin City ABC Carter Sebastian Heywood Michael Boatman
1995–2004 The Drew Carey Show ABC Steve Carey John Carroll Lynch Steve, Drew's brother, was originally introduced as a cross-dressing heterosexual man. He later became a regular character on the series and eventually gave up cross-dressing. Also, heterosexual characters Drew (Drew Carey) and Mr. Wick (Craig Ferguson) have a Vermont civil union for immigration purposes and spend over a year posing as a married gay couple.
1995 Agony Again BBC Michael Sasha Grunpeter Short-lived sequel to 1979 sitcom "Agony". Jane Lucas's son, Michael, is gay.
1994–2004 Friends NBC Carol Willick
Susan Bunch Jane Sibbett
Jessica Hecht Carol is Ross's ex-wife, who realized that she was a lesbian. In 1996, Carol marries Susan, her partner, in network TV's first lesbian wedding.
1994–1998 Ellen ABC Ellen Morgan Ellen DeGeneres After months of media speculation, Ellen Morgan came out in "The Puppy Episode".
1994–1999 The Vicar of Dibley BBC Frank Pickle John Bluthal
1992–1998 The Larry Sanders Show HBO Brian Scott Thompson
1991–1997 The Brittas Empire BBC Gavin Featherly
Tim Whistler Tim Marriott
Russell Porter Tim and Gavin are a couple working at the leisure centre, who, though out, choose not to tell some people due to fear of being fired. Their homophobic boss is innocently oblivious to their relationship for seven years.
1990–1993 You Rang, M'lord? BBC Cissy Meldrum Catherine Rabett Cissy Meldrum is a main character within the series. She shows affection for her "chum" Penelope, while dressing in masculine clothing and engaging in activities that were thought of as male during the period (e.g. flying).
1989–1991 Doctor Doctor CBS Richard Stratford Tony Carreiro Openly gay brother of lead character Mike Stratford (Matt Frewer)
1988–1997 Roseanne ABC Bev Harris
Leon Carp
Scott
Nancy Bartlett Estelle Parsons
Martin Mull
Fred Willard
Sandra Bernhard In the final episode, Rosanne Conner revealed that the last season was a story she'd written. Her mother wasn't really gay but her sister was.
1987–1989 Hooperman ABC Rick Silardi Joseph Gian Uniformed Police Officer Rick Silardi is openly gay, but seems to spend most of his time fending off the affections of his straight female police partner, Officer Mo DeMott (Sydney Walsh), who wants to "save him" from being gay by making passes at him whenever possible.
1985 Sara NBC Dennis Kemper Bronson Pinchot Dennis is an attorney in the law firm at which the series is set.
1984–1989 Brothers Showtime Cliff Waters
Donald Maulpey Paul Regina
Philip Charles MacKenzie Two heterosexual brothers cope when third brother (Cliff) comes out as gay. Donald is Cliff's gay neighbor.
1984 Dream Stuffing Channel 4 Richard Ray Burdis British sitcom about two unemployed girls who share a London flat. Their neighbour Richard was gay.
1982–1992 'Allo 'Allo BBC Lieutenant Hubert Gruber Guy Siner Seemingly gay Lieutenant Gruber of the German Tank Corps appeared in all 85 episodes.
1981–1983 Love, Sidney NBC Sidney Shore Tony Randall The first prime-time television series to have a gay character as its central lead although the character was in the closet for all 40 episodes
1979–1981 Agony ITV Michael
Rob Peter Denyer
Jeremy Bulloch First British sitcom to feature a gay couple in a non-camp fashion.
1977–1981 Soap ABC Jodie Dallas Billy Crystal By the end of the series, Jodie was romantically involved with a woman.
1977 All That Glitters Syndicated Linda Murkland Linda Gray Linda Murkland was a male-to-female transsexual.
1976 The Nancy Walker Show ABC Terry Folson Ken Olfson Terry was an out-of-work actor and personal assistant to lead character Nancy Kitteridge (Nancy Walker).
1975 Barney Miller ABC Marty Morrison
Darryl Driscoll Jack DeLeon
Ray Stewart Marty was a regular on the long-running television series, and Darryl made several appearances as Marty's lover. Series creator Danny Arnold worked closely with the National Gay Task Force in developing the characters of Darryl and Marty. Initially both were presented as stereotypical swishing queens, but as the series progressed Darryl began acting and dressing more conservatively.[2]
1975 Hot l Baltimore ABC George
Gordon Lee Bergere
Henry Calvert The first gay couple on American network television.
1972–1973 The Corner Bar ABC Peter Panama Vincent Schiavelli Reportedly the first continuing portrayal of a gay person on American television.
[edit]Soap operas

The following soap operas or serial dramas include central LGBT themes or characters.
Year Title Network Character name Actor Notes
2001 - 2005 " Six Feet Under" HBO David Fisher Michael C. Hall
2009— Melrose Place The CW Ella Simms
Caleb Brewer Katie Cassidy
Victor Webster Ella is bisexual. Caleb is gay.
2009 Guiding Light CBS Olivia Spencer
Natalia Rivera
Doris Wolfe Crystal Chappell
Jessica Leccia
Orlagh Cassidy
In 2009, formerly heterosexual characters Olivia Spencer and Natalia Rivera start out as rivals who became friends and end up become a couple. Doris Wolfe is Springfield's mayor, who was a closeted lesbian until the last week of the show.
2008 - Present Grey's Anatomy ABC Callie Torres
Erica Hahn
Arizona Robbins Sara Ramirez
Brooke Smith
Jessica Capshaw Callie is bisexual, she's in a relationship with Arizona Robbins
Erica leaves.
Arizona is - on a scale of 1 to gay - completely gay with Callie Torres.
2008- Present Gossip Girl The CW Eric van der Woodsen Connor Paolo Eric is gay and is outed by Georgina Sparks the same day he is spotted kissing his boyfriend (who also happens to be Jenny's boyfriend) by Dan. He later comes out in front of everyone at Jenny's party.
2006— Present Brothers & Sisters (2006 TV series) ABC Kevin Walker, Scotty Wandell and Saul Holden Matthew Rhys
Luke Macfarlane Ron Rifkin Kevin and Scotty are both gay. After dating on and off they later marry. Saul is Kevin's uncle. You get to see him come to terms with his sexuality and the years he lost by denying it.
2006–2007 Watch Over Me MyNetworkTV Ryan
Andre Omar Avila
Casper Van Dien In this American telenovela, Ryan is the gay brother of the female lead. He has a relationship with cold and closeted assassin Andre.
2005— Dante's Cove here! Almost every character, with the exception of Grace Neville See cast list Horror/supernatural-themed soap opera in which almost the entire cast of characters is gay or lesbian and many of whom are played by openly LGBT actors.
2002 Spyder Games MTV Ivan Carlisle
Jeff Northcutt Byron Field
Zay Harding Short-lived serial drama lasted 65 episodes.
2001–2006 Footballers' Wives ITV1 Hazel Bailey
Conrad Gates
Noah Alexander Alison Newman
Ben Price
Marcel McCalla Hazel was a lesbian sports agent. Conrad was bisexual. Noah was gay and sought out conversion therapy.
2001— Paradise Falls Showcase Nick Braga
Trish Simpkin Cameron Graham
Michelle Latimer The grandson of the mayor, Nick, was engaged to a woman despite being a closet homosexual. Trish is a bisexual goth teen.
1999–2007 Passions NBC Chad Harris
Simone Russell Charles Divins
Cathy Doe Chad began the show seemingly straight but was revealed as bisexual or possibly just gay in 2007, an aspect of himself he hates. Simone came out as a lesbian in 2005 and is open with it.
1995— Hollyoaks Channel 4 John Paul McQueen
Craig Dean
Spike
Kieron Hobbs
Ravi Roy
Kris Fisher
Sarah Barnes
Gina Patrick James Sutton
Guy Burnet
Tom Vaughan
Jake Hendriks
Stephen Uppal
Gerard McCarthy
Loui Batley
Dannielle Brent John Paul and Spike dated briefly. John Paul and Craig had/have a sexual and emotional relationship, lately they moved to Dublin together. Kieron was the latest love interest for John Paul before the latter got back with Craig again. New character Ravi tried to kiss Russ (who is straight) and then admitted that he is bisexual. Kris is a cross-dressing bisexual. Sarah and Zoë had a drunken liaison together. Gina & Emily had a brief lesbian relationship, encountering homophobia from Darren Osborne when this was revealed.
1995— Verbotene Liebe ARD Dr. Gero von Sterneck
Erika Sander
Nina Ryan
Ulli Prozeski
Dr. Tom Seifert
Carla von Lahnstein
Oliver Sabel
Christian Mann
Stella Mann Broder B. Hendrix
Raphaela Dell
Freya Trampert
Andreas Stenschke
Kay Böger
Claudia Hiersche
Jo Weil
Thore Schölermann
Anne Wis Gero was engaged to Julia before he came out and broke off the engagement. He then shared a lover with his mother and later another one with his best friend; Erika was engaged to Arno Brandner, when she began to fall for Nina. They had a passionate relationship, before they broke up, but years later reunited; Ulli came out and had a relationship with Tom, who began to fall for Oliver Sabel. They broke up and Tom got into a relationship with Oliver. But they ended things and Tom reunited with Ulli; Carla first began to fall for the straight Hanna Novak, who was together with the successful lawyer Lars Schneider. Carla in the closet herself began a passionate affair with Hanna, who eventually broke up with Lars. Carla and Hanna remained secret lovers until Hanna died. Carla married Bernd von Beyenbach to hide her sexuality, but later came out and married Susanne Brandner, who she divorced a year later; Oliver has been out for awhile, recently he had a sexual encounter with Christian Mann. Christian fell in love with Olli and they have since been a couple; Stella first had a crush on Charlie Schneider. But their relationship didn't work out, because Charlie realizes that she's straight and can't be with another woman after all. Stella then began to fall for her boss Carla.
1994- Volver A Empezar Televisa Paul Radames de Jesus Paul is Reni's best friend and hairdresser. He often shares comments about men with her. Paul was one of the first of a number of Televisa's openly homosexual telenovela characters.
1992— Shortland Street TVNZ Jonathan McKenna (1993-)
Maia Jeffries (2004-)
Jay Copeland (2004–2007) Kieran Hutchison
Anna Jullienne
Jaime Passier-Armstrong
1992–1999 Melrose Place Fox Matt Fielding Doug Savant Matt was the only regular character never to have a love scene. The one time he was set to kiss another man on-screen, Fox edited it out.
1988— Home and Away Seven Network Christopher Fletcher/Ross
Eve Jacobsen Emily Perry Pippa and Christopher returned in 2003 for Sally's wedding to Flynn Saunders, during this appearance Pippa revealed that Christopher was gay. This revelation created additional tension when Christopher tried to kiss Seb Miller, after some dramatics Seb later explained it was all right for Chris to be who he is. After this was resolved Christopher returned home. Eve fell in love with Sarah Lewis and died in 2006 trying to get revenge for Sarah's death.
1985— Neighbours Ten Lana Crawford
Donna Freedman Bridget Neval
Margot Robbie Lana kissed Sky Mangel (Stephanie Macintosh) several times before revealing that she was a lesbian and had feelings for Sky. Donna is openly bisexual.
1985— Lindenstraße ARD Carsten Flöter
Gert Weinbauer
Georg „Käthe“ Eschweiler
Suzanne Richter
Tanja Schildknecht Georg Uecker
Günter Barton
Claus Vinçon
Susanne Evers
Sybille Waury Carsten Flöter as young student is gay and kissed 1987 Gert Weinbauer. Later he became in Lindenstraße a doctor after university and had a longterm relationship with Georg „Käthe“ Eschweiler. Suzanne Richter is a lesbian and has a relationship with Tanja Schildknecht. Together they have later in life a baby and live together as LGBT parents.
1985— EastEnders BBC1 John Fisher
Ruth Lyons
Colin
Russell
Barry Clark
Guido
Smith
Queenie
Price
Joe Wallace
Della
Alexander
Binnie
Riberts
Tony Hills
Simon Raymond
Fred Fonseca
Derek Harkinson
Sonia
Fowler
Naomi Julien
Marco Bianco
Charity
Kase
Christian Clarke
Lee
Thompson Dave Dale
Judy Liebert
Michael Cashman
Gary Hailes
Nicholas Donovan
Jon Labonowski
Jason Rush
Michelle Joseph
Sophie Langham
Mark Homer
Andrew Lynford
Jimi Mistry
Ian
Lavender
Natalie Cassidy
Petra Letang
Bart Ruspoli
Morgan Crowley
John Partridge
Carl Ferguson EastEnders has used various homosexual characters to highlight gay issues since the 1980s, including homophobia, bisexuality, age of sexual consent, and HIV/AIDS among others.[3]
EastEnders was the first UK soap to screen a gay kiss in 1987, prompting outrage from viewers and the media who branded the programme "filth" and dubbed it "EastBenders".[4] There were even questions in parliament about whether it was appropriate to have gay men in a family show when AIDS was sweeping the country.[5] Despite initial negativity, the characters had a powerful impact on public attitudes, and the show's handling of Colin and Barry's relationship was deemed by many gay activists as something of a breakthrough.[6][7] Actor turned politician, Michael Cashman (Colin), believes the storyline started "the social change" in opinion towards homosexuals, which "happened alongside the legal reform" in the 1980s.[8]
EastEnders has been at the centre of much controversy regarding their gay characters kissing on-screen. Aside from Colin giving Barry a chaste peck on the forehead in 1987, EastEnders screened the first mouth-to-mouth gay soap kiss in the UK in 1989 (Colin and Guido), leading some MPs to call for the programme to be banned.[9] EastEnders' first regular lesbian characters provided the soap with its first lesbian kiss in 1994, provoking more complaints than any other UK television programme that year.[10] This was followed by a "censored" kiss between Tony and Simon in 1996, which infuriated gay activists after the BBC cut the kiss from its original two seconds to a half-second, so they would not "startle" viewers.[11][12] In 2007, a lesbian kiss between bisexual Sonia and lesbian Naomi prompted 211 complaints to the BBC,[13] and in 2008, a kiss between gay characters Christian and Lee prompted 145 complaints from viewers who were "appalled by the display of homosexual kissing before the watershed [...] whilst young children are watching". The BBC released a statement saying: "We approach our portrayal of homosexual relationships in the same way as we do heterosexual relationships. In this instance, Christian is enjoying the first flush of romance and we've shown him being affectionate with his new boyfriend in the same way any couple would."[14]
1982–2003 Brookside Channel 4 Gordon Collins (1982–1987)
Beth Jordache (1993–1995)
Shelly Bower (1999–2001) Mark Burgess
Anna Friel
Alexandra Wescourt
Always groundbreaking, particularly in the 1980s, Brookside was the first British soap to have an out and proud gay character in Gordon Collins. Middle class and well spoken, his sexuality was not the only thing that set him apart from his fellow residents on Brookside Close. Beth featured in the most famous Brookside storyline of all when she helped bury her father's body after her mother had killed him, however this character will be equally remembered for British television's first pre-watershed lesbian kiss. Viewers complained in droves, however it proved a turning point in the way gay relationships were handled on mainstream British television. Shelly arrived in 1999 and soon had a relationship with Lindsay Corkhill, who had always considered herself straight until she met Shelly. Shelly would leave in 2001 after admitting she had feelings for Lindsay's mother Jackie.
1981–1989 Dynasty ABC Steven Carrington (1981-88, 1991) Al Corley (1981-82, 1991)
Jack Coleman (1983-88) This show was groundbreaking in that it was the first American nighttime drama to have a core character as a bisexual. During the show's run, however, Steven's sexual identity became very muddled, as he became involved mostly with women; a few times, he would have relationships with men. By the 1991 reunion movie, however, Steven firmly declared himself as gay and was having a relationship with politician's son Bart Fallmont.
1974–1977 The Box Network Ten Lee Whiteman (1974–1976)
Vicki Stafford Paul Karo
Judy Nunn Lee was a high-camp television producer who was generally well liked and resepcted by the show's other characters, and was a popular character with the show's viewers.
Vicky was a bitchy journalist who became popular cult figure among the show's fans. In the first episode of the series she engaged in a lesbian kiss.
1973— The Young and the Restless CBS Phillip Chancellor III
Rafe Torres Thom Bierdz
Yani Gellman Philip came out in July 2009.
On April 24, 2009, Rafe was revealed to be Y&R's first gay character when Lily Winters attempted to set him up with Colleen Carlton, unaware that he is gay.
1972–1977 Number 96 Network Ten Don Finlayson (1972–1977)
Dudley Butterfield (1973–1977)
Robyn Ross (1973) Joe Hasham
Chard Hayward
Carlotta Don was a dependable lawyer widely popular with the show's other characters. He enjoyed several gay relationships over the course of the series, the most enduring with Dudley Butterfield, who was a camp and flighty caterer and fan of old films. In later storylines Dudley was revealed as bisexual and later embarked on relationships with women. Robyn Ross was Arnold Feather's (Jeff Kevin) showgirl girlfriend. When her transgenderism was revealed the character quickly left the show.
1972— Emmerdale (Emmerdale Farm until 1989) YTV/ITV Zoe Tate (1989–2005)
Jasmine Thomas
Debbie Dingle
Aaron Livesy
Jackson Walsh
Paul Lambert (2004-2008) Leah Bracknell
Jenna-Louise Coleman
Charley Webb
Danny Miller
Marc Silcock
Mathew Bose Openly lesbian character in this long running British soap. Both Jasmine and Debbie are current bisexual characters on the soap, both having entered into a relationship together. Paul was openly gay and had several relationships, in the end marrying Johnny Foster and leaving the village.
1970—2009 All My Children ABC Dr. Lynn Carson (1982–1983)
Michael Delaney (1995–1997)
Bianca Montgomery (2000–2005)
Mary Francis "Frankie" Stone (2001)
Mary Margaret "Maggie" Stone ( 2002–2005, 2007)
Lena Kundera (2003–2004)
Freddy Luper/Zarf/Zoe (2006–2007) Donna Pescow
Chris Bruno
Eden Riegel
Elizabeth Hendrickson
Olga Sosnovska
Jeffrey Carlson Lynn Carson, the first gay character on daytime serials was introduced in 1982, although she never had a love interest. Lynn was written out after only one year. High school teacher Michael was the second gay character when he came out to his students. Michael was also written out after two years. The character of Bianca, played by Eden Riegel, came out in late 2000, and after a very long time, her mother, Erica Kane, started to accept it.
In 2003, ratings rose nearly half a percentage point when news was leaked out that Riegel (Bianca) and Olga Sosnovska (Lena) were to share daytime's first lesbian kiss.
Maggie Stone came to Pine Valley in 2002 following the murder of her twin sister Frankie, who also was a love interest for Bianca. Maggie and Bianca developed a close friendship with undercurrents of much deeper feelings. They left Pine Valley together in 2005 for Paris, where they became lovers, both admitting on the show that they were in love with each other.
Zarf is a male to female transgender character who fell in love with Bianca. Zarf, who was born Freddy Luper, has taken the female name Zoe. Bianca and Zoe left Pine Valley in April, 2007. Zoe returned to her home in London to record an album as a female rock star and complete her transition, Bianca, with her daughter Miranda, returned to Paris and their life there.
1968— One Life to Live ABC Billy Douglas (1992–1993)
Daniel Colson
Matt Cavanaugh (2004–2005)
Kyle Lewis (2009–present)
Oliver Fish (2009–present)
Nick Chavez (2009–present) Ryan Phillippe
Mark Dobies
Mark Solomon
Brett Claywell
Scott Evans
Nicholas Rodriguez Months of story came to a climax in episodes in which Andrew Carpenter (Wortham Krimmer), who had been accused of having a sexual relationship with Billy Douglas, brought the AIDS Quilt to rest on the lawn of the Llanview Church. Billy was soon written out after only one year. Lawyer Daniel married Nora Hanen (Hillary B. Smith), but he was also a murderer who killed Paul Cramer (David Tom) and Jennifer Rappaport (Jessica Morris) to keep his affair with a college student a secret. He was caught and sent to prison. Kyle Lewis is a lab tech that gets involved with the Starr Manning baby switch storyline. He gets in trouble with the law and there is Oliver Fish ready to arrest him. The 2 were involved in a relationship in college. After Oliver tells Kyle that he is 'straight', Kyle starts a relationship with Nick. Oliver is soon forced out of the closet and wants Kyle back. Kyle and Nick are almost married by Andrew Carpenter during Dorian Lord'd big gay wedding. Kyle and Oliver became an official couple that day after they declared their love to each other on national tv.
1963— General Hospital ABC John Hanley (1994–1995)
Ted Murty (1997–1998)
Lucas Jones (2004–2006) Lee Mathis
Patrick Fabian
Ryan Carnes/Ben Hogestyn
1960— Coronation Street ITV Todd Grimshaw (2001–2004)
Sean Tully (2004–present)
Sophie Webster (1994-present)
Sian Powers (2009-present) Bruno Langley
Antony Cotton
Brooke Vincent
Sacha Parkinson First gay story in the show's 40+ year history. Previously paired with Candice Stowe (Nikki Sanderson) and Sarah Louise Platt (Tina O'Brien), Todd became very confused with his sexuality and kissed Sarah Lou's brother Nick; naysayers argue that the storyline was ill-formed and rewrites the character of Todd completely.
Sean first appeared in the series as a friend of Todd. After Todd's departure, Sean moved in with Todd's family. The character is regularly slated by critics as being a stereotype and token character. In 2010 Sophie Webster and her friend Sian became the soaps first lesbian couple.
1956— As the World Turns CBS Hank Eliot (1988–1989)
Luke Snyder (2005–present)
Noah Mayer (2007–present)
Dr. Reid Oliver (2010-present) Brian Starcher
Van Hansis
Jake Silbermann
Eric Sheffer Stevens The first gay male character on American daytime soaps was seen on, arguably, the most conservative serial. The storyline in question was supposed to involve Hank going through the process of AIDS diagnosis, but the storyline was switched to his lover, Charles, who was not seen for most of the time Hank was on the show. Hank was then written out after only a year. Head writer Douglas Marland was praised for the story and the soap won the 1990 GLAAD Media Award.
Luke is the son of popular couple Holden and Lily and came out to his parents in May 2006. He had had a crush on his best friend, Kevin Davis, for a while, but Kevin initially rejected Luke once his sexuality came out. After Luke saved his life, however, Kevin decided to accept him, though their relationship remained strained. In 2007, Luke met another intern at WOAK named Noah, who initially started dating Maddie Coleman before coming out to be with Luke. The couple broke up in March 2010, and Luke is now starting to get attracted to the doctor who's going to try and bring Noah's eye sight back.
[edit]Reality-based series

The following reality TV programs include central LGBT themes or cast members.
Year Title Network Cast member Notes
2009 NYC Prep Bravo [[ [Peter "PC" Peterson ]] PC is one of the characters the show follows. While in Mexico on vacation his friend outs him as bisexual to two girls on the beach. His bisexuality is acknowledged later in the series by another character Taylor who in an interview makes remarks about his bisexuality.
2009 Miami Social Bravo Follows the lives of seven friends in Miami.
2009 RuPaul's Drag Race Logo RuPaul and the contestants RuPaul chooses from among nine drag queens to decide who will be "the next drag superstar".
2008 The Mole (U.S.) ABC Bobby O’Donnell (Season 5) "The Mole" follows a group of 12 players as they try to figure out who among them is The Mole, a saboteur trying to keep them from winning money.
2008 Transamerican Love Story Logo Calpernia Addams
Alec Mapa
Andrea James
Jim Dating show in which the transgendered Addams must select from among eight suitors, including Jim, who is himself transgendered. James is Addams' confidant and Mapa is the host.
2008— Make Me a Supermodel Bravo Ronnie Kroell (season 1)
Jenny Shimizu (season 2)
Chris Cohen (season 2)
C. J. Kirkham (season 2)
Shawn Nishikawa (season 2) Modeling competition show. Ronnie had a bromance with straight fellow model Ben DiChiara. C. J. is bisexual. Shimizu joined the show in season 2 as a judge. Shawn had been married to a man for eight years as of the taping.[15]
2007 A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila MTV Tila Tequila Dating show in which groups of straight men and lesbian women vie for the affections of the bisexual Tequila.
2006— Solitary Fox Reality Channel David "Number 9" David was a 28 year-old member of MENSA who worked for a non-profit organization. He was the first to quit.
2006–2008 Work Out Bravo Jackie Warner
Doug Blasdell
Brian Peeler
Jesse "JD" Jordan
Rebecca Cardon Reality series following the life of a personal trainer. Warner is a lesbian, with long-time girlfriend Mimi. She employs various gay trainers throughout the series. During season 2, the heterosexual Rebecca has a brief relationship with Jackie.
2006 Chris & John to the Rescue! OUTtv Chris Carter
John Simpson Best friends and self-proclaimed "culture aficionados" are out to save the world, one gay at a time.
2006 Real World/Road Rules Challenge: Fresh Meat MTV Ryan Kehoe
Evelyn Smith
2006 Jacob and Joshua: Nemesis Rising Logo Jacob Miller
Joshua Miller Jacob and Joshua are the openly gay pop duo Nemesis.
2006— The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency Oxygen Network J. P. Calderon
John Stallings
Gabrial Geismar
Duke Snyder
Rodrigo de Carli
Shaun McCarron
Paul Anderson Stallings joined the agency in season 1. Calderon joined in season 2. Geismar and Snyder are confidants of series star Janice Dickinson. McCarron and Anderson are models who joined in season 3 and are boyfriends. de Carli joined in season 3.
2006— Gay Army Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Italy, Germany, Poland (unknown networks) All (except presumably the drill sergeant) Effeminate gay men are removed from their cozy gay life, and into the hands of a U.S drill sergeant. Each episode, the gay “recruits” face new training missions designed to bring out the man and prepare them for battle. In the final episode they face the "real" army in war. Gay “recruits” will be treated to party nights and gay rewards as missions are accomplished.
2005 Open Bar Logo Tyler Robuck Followed Robuck as he planned, built and opened a gay bar in West Hollywood, California.
2005 Real Gay Logo "Reunion show" featuring LGBT participants from many different reality shows.
2005— My Fabulous Gay Wedding Global
(s. 1)
Logo Scott Thompson (season 1)
Elvira Kurt Reality show profiling the wedding celebrations of gay couples. Logo aired repeats of season 1, retitled First Comes Love, then picked up the show with new episodes hosted by Kurt.
2005 Queer Eye for the Straight Girl Bravo Robbie Laughlin
Danny Teeson
Damon Pease
Honey Labrador Spin-off of Queer Eye that made over women instead of men.
2005 Showdog Moms & Dads Bravo Ryan Pacchiano
Brandon Kindle Behind-the-scenes eye on the competitive, quirky world of show dogs.
2003 Boy Meets Boy Bravo James Getzlaff
Brian Austin
Wes Culwell Relationship contest.
2003 Gay Weddings Bravo Scott and Harley; Lupe and Sonja;
Dan and Gregg; Dale and Eve Two gay and two lesbian couples are followed as they prepare for their upcoming marriage ceremonies.
2003— America's Next Top Model The CW Adrianne Curry (Cycle 1)
Ebony Haith (Cycle 1)
Michelle Deighton (Cycle 4)
Sarah Rhoades (Cycle 5)
Kim Stolz (Cycle 5)
Leslie Mancia (Cycle 6)
Michelle Babin (Cycle 7)
Isis King (Cycle 11) Adrianne, Michelle, and Leslie are bisexual. Ebony and Kim are lesbians. Sarah was portrayed as fluid. Michelle said that she might be gay or bisexual. Isis is the show's first transgender contestant.
2003–2007 Queer Eye Bravo Kyan Douglas
Ted Allen
Jai Rodriguez
Thom Filicia
Carson Kressley Original name Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. Wardrobe and home makeover show.
2001— The Amazing Race CBS Joe Baldassare and Bill Bartek (season 1, 11)
Oswald Mendez and Danilo "Danny" Jimenez (season 2, 11)
Ken Duphiney (season 3)
Andrew Hyde (season 3)
Reichen Lehmkuhl and Chip Arndt (season 4)
Lynn Warren and Alex Ali (season 7)
Patrick Vaughn (season 7)
John Lowe and Scott Braginton-Smith (season 9)
Lauren Marcoccio (season 10)
Tom Rock and Terry Cosentino (season 10)
Kate Lewis & Pat Hendrickson (season 12)
Mel and Mike White (season 14)
Sam and Dan McMillen (season 15)
Carol Rosenfeld & Brandy Snow (season 16)
Jordan Pious (season 16) Reichen Lehmkuhl and Chip Arndt were the winners of season 4.
Season 11 (All-Stars) brought back previous cast members.
Mel White is the gay father of the bisexual Mike White.
Sam and Dan are brothers who came out to each other about a year before the show.
In Season 16, Carol and Brandy are lesbians and Jordan is gay with his straight brother Dan.
2001— Big Brother Australia Network Ten John Cass
Andy Silva
Gordon Sloan
Nathan Morris
Sahra Kearney
Claire Bellis
Jaime Cedra
Jamie O'Brien
Geneva Loader
Rachael Burns
David Graham
Rob Rigley
Lauren Clayton
Zach Douglas John Cass, Nathan Morris, Jamie O'Brien, Claire Bellis, David Graham, Rob Rigley and Zach Douglas are gay. Andy Silva, Gordon Sloan, Sahra Kearney, Jaime Cedra, Geneva Loader, Rachael Burns, and Lauren Clayton are bisexual.
2000— Survivor CBS Richard Hatch (Season 1, All-Stars)
Sonja Christopher (Season 1)
Brandon Quinton (Season 3)
John Carroll (Season 4)
Scout Cloud Lee (Season 9)
Ami Cusack (Season 9, Season 16)
Coby Archa (Season 10)
Rafe Judkins (Season 11)
J.P. Calderon (Season 13)
Brad Virata (Season 13)
Todd Herzog (Season 15)
Chet Welch (Season 16)
Charlie Herschel (Season 17)
Spencer Duhm (Season 18) Hatch was the Season 1 winner.
Calderon went on to become a model with The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency.
Todd Herzog is a flight attendant and a Mormon and Season 15 winner. Ami Cusack tried out for The Amazing Race with her girlfriend and producers recommended her to audition for Survivor. She then makes a second appearance as a "Favorites" in Survivor 16: Micronesia.
2000— Big Brother (UK) Channel 4 Nadia Almada
Brian Dowling
Marco Sabba
Daniel Bryan
Kitten Pinder
Derek Laud
Kemal Shahin
Craig Coates
Anna Nolan
Richard Newman
Michael Cheshire
Ian 'H' Watkins
Jackiey Budden
Dennis McHugh
Sara Folino
Angel McKenzie
Charlie Drummond
David Ramsden
Freddie/Halfwit George Fisher
Lisa Wallace
Rodrigo Lopes
Portuguese transsexual Nadia Almada won Big Brother 5 UK in 2004. Brian Dowling, an openly gay man, won the second series. Marco Sabba (series 5), Daniel Bryan (series 5, won third place), Derek Laud (series 6), Craig Coates (series 6, won fifth place), Kemal Shahin (series 6, also a crossdresser), Richard Newman (series 7, won fourth place), Michael Cheshire (series 7) and Dennis McHugh (BB9) are gay. Anna Nolan was the first lesbian seen on Big Brother (second place, series 1) while Kitten Pinder is also a lesbian and Sara Folino (BB9) is bisexual. Ian Watkins (Celebrity Big Brother 2007, won fourth place) is gay; Jackiey Budden (Celebrity BB 2007, first evictee) is a lesbian.
2000— Big Brother (U.S.) CBS Bill "Bunky" Miller (Big Brother 2)
Marcellas Reynolds (Big Brother 3)
Will Wikle (Season 5)
Ivette Corredero (Season 6)
Dustin Erikstrup (Season 8)
Joe Barber (Season 8)
Joshuah Welch (Season 9)
Neil Garcia (Season 9)
Steven Daigle (Season 10)
Kevin Campbell (Season 11)
Lydia Tavera (Season 11)
Michelle Noonan (Season 11) Bunky's husband at the time sent Bunky a letter during the show during Big Brother 2. Ivette's live-in girlfriend was interviewed on the show during Big Brother 6. Dustin and Joe were cast as hated ex-boyfriends on Big Brother 8. Joshua and Neil were originally "soulmates" on the show but Neil had to leave the House voluntarily due to urgent personal matters and Joshua selected formerly-evicted Sharon as his new mate.
1996–1998 All Rise for Julian Clary Julian Clary "Judge" Julian Clary hears "cases" of disputes between friends and neighbors.
1992— The Real World MTV Norman Korpi (New York)
Beth Anthony (Los Angeles)
Pedro Zamora (San Francisco)
Dan Renzi (Miami)
Genesis Moss (Boston)
Stephen Williams (Seattle)
Ruthie Alcaide (Hawaii)
Justin Deabler (Hawaii)
Danny Roberts (New Orleans)
Coral Smith (Back to New York)
Chris Beckman (Chicago)
Aneesa Ferrera (Chicago)
Simon Sherry-Wood (Paris)
Karamo Brown (Philadelphia)
Willie Hernández (Philadelphia)
Tyler Duckworth (Key West)
Davis Mallory (Denver)
Katelynn Cusanelli (Brooklyn)
J.D. Ordonez (Brooklyn)
Sarah Rice (Brooklyn)
Derek Chavez (Cancun)
Mike Manning (Washington, DC) 20-somethings living together, some LGB roommates. While most gay, lesbian and bisexual cast members' sexuality were discussed or shown on the program, Coral didn't come out of the closet (as having a fluid sexuality) until years after her show had ended. Norman dated Charles Perez on-camera, which had the effect of outing Perez. Pedro Zamora dated Sean Sasser on the show and the two exchanged vows in an on-air commitment ceremony.
1973 An American Family PBS Lance Loud
[edit]Specials, news, information and variety programs

The following televisions programs include central LGBT themes, characters or cast members.
Year Title Network Character name and/or Actor Notes
2007— The Big Gay Sketch Show Logo Julie Goldman (Season 1 - )
Stephen Guarino (Season 1 - )
Jonny McGovern (Season 1 - )
Kate McKinnon (Season 1 - )
Michael Serrato (Season 1)
Paolo Andino (Season 2 - )
Nicol Paone (Season 1 – )[16] Gay-themed comedy sketch show produced by Rosie O'Donnell.
2006–2007 The Megan Mullally Show MyNetworkTV Megan Mullally Talk show. Mullally acknowledged her bisexuality while appearing on Will & Grace.
2006 I've Got a Secret GSN Billy Bean
Frank DeCaro
Jermaine Taylor
Suzanne Westenhoefer Revival of the classic game show with, coincidentally or not, an all-gay panel.
2006 Inside TV Land: Tickled Pink TV Land Hour-long special on the history of homosexuality in classic TV programs.
2005— Iron Chef America Food Network Cat Cora Cat Cora is one of the show's Iron Chefs. She is also a lesbian.
2005— The House of Venus Show OUTtv
Pink TV Mark Kenneth Woods, Michael Venus, Dickey Doo and drag queen Cotton All gay-themed sketch comedy show.
2005 Real Gay Logo "Reunion" show featured dozens of LGBT reality participants. Hosted by Kim Coles.
2005— CBS News on Logo Logo Jason Bellini News programming produced in partnership with CBS
2005— Wisecrack Logo Stand-up comedy series featuring LGBT comics.
2004— The Brini Maxwell Show Style Ben Sander as Brini Maxwell Drag queen with home and hobby tips
2004 How Gay are You? Sky1 'Lighthearted' look at whether it is possible to be 'too gay'?
2003— The Ellen DeGeneres Show syndicated Ellen DeGeneres Talk show hosted by DeGeneres.
2003 Totally Gay VH1 Trev Broudy (Narrator), Ellen DeGeneres, Melissa Etheridge, Rupert Everett, Barney Frank, John Cameron Mitchell Documentary about the mainstreaming of LGBT culture in the U.S.
2002— The Suze Orman Show CNBC Suze Orman Orman is a financial adviser and television personality who has written a number of books. She came out publicly in 2007.
2001-2002 That Gay Show BBC Kristian Digby
Scott Capurro Queer magazine show.
1998 In Through the Out Door Showtime Jaffe Cohen
Elvira Kurt
Lea Delaria
Bob Smith
Suzanne Westenhoefer Sketch comedy special.
1997— The View syndicated Rosie O'Donnell O'Donnell joined the cast in 2006 and left in 2007.
1996–2002 The Rosie O'Donnell Show syndicated Rosie O'Donnell O'Donnell came out shortly before leaving the show.
1996–1998 The RuPaul Show VH1 RuPaul Talk show hosted by drag queen.
1995–2001 10% QTV Rogers Television LGBT newsmagazine; first continuing LGBT-themed series in Canadian television history
1994–1995 The Charles Perez Show syndicated Charles Perez
1993–1999 Turning Point ABC "For Better or Worse: Same-Sex Marriage" aired November 7, 1996.
1992— In The Life PBS monthly LGBT news magazine.
1987 CBS Schoolbreak Special: What If I'm Gay? CBS Todd Bowers (Richard Joseph Paul)
1986 The Truth About Alex HBO (US) Alex Prager (Peter Spence) After school special-style drama.
1980 Gay Power, Gay Politics CBS Episode of CBS Reports purporting to explore gay political clout in San Francisco but was criticized for focusing on the seamier aspects of gay life.
1979 ABC News Closeup: "Homosexuals" ABC
1967 CBS Reports: The Homosexuals CBS Hal Call
Frank Kameny
Jack Nichols
Gore Vidal Hosted by Mike Wallace. Several anonymous gay men were interviewed for the program, which concealed the men's identities by seating them behind potted palm trees.
1961 The Rejected KQED (TV) Hal Call
Don Lucas One hour documentary produced by local public television station.
[edit]Animated series

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Animated series mostly aimed at young children, e.g. Saturday morning cartoon, often shy away from homosexuality or transsexuality, and when a character has any sort of romantic attachments it is always shown as being heterosexual. However, occasionally LGBT themes or characters do sneak into certain episodes in hidden or coded ways. Animated series aimed at a more mature audience often have more explicit LGBT characters.
Year Title Network Character name Notes
2007–present Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World Logo Rick Brocka
Steve Ball
Kirsten Kellogg
Dana Bernstein
Chuck Masters
Evan Martinez Series focuses on a group of gay and lesbian friends living in the gay village of West Lahunga Beach.
2007–2008 Code Monkeys G4 Clarence Clarence is a flamboyantly gay African American man who composes music for video games.
2005–present American Dad! Fox Greg Corbin
Terry Bates Stan's neighbors and local news anchors Greg Corbin and Terry Bates are a couple.
2003–2006 Teen Titans Kids WB, Cartoon Network The Brain
Monsieur Mallah Brotherhood of Evil villains the Brain and Monsieur Mallah are lovers in their modern DC Comics appearances; the animated series, however, gives no indication of such a relationship.
2002–2004 Queer Duck Showtime Short-lived animated series, originating as a Flash cartoon and moved to Showtime. Inspired a direct-to-DVD film.
2000–2004 InuYasha Animax, Nippon TV, Yomiuri TV Jakotsu The character Jakotsu is a member of antagonists known as the Band of Seven. He is openly gay and frequently flirts with his male opponents, especially InuYasha and Sesshomaru.
2000–2004 Static Shock WB Richard "Richie" Osgood Foley After the series ended, the creators stated that Richard "Richie" Osgood Foley was gay, but that it could not be addressed on the show.
2000–2003 X-Men: Evolution Kids WB! Mystique
Destiny The bisexual Mystique appears as a recurring villain but the only hint at her orientation is when Destiny, who was her female lover in several comics, is described as her "best friend."
1999–2002; 2005–present Family Guy Fox Stewie Griffin
Jasper
Bruce
Herbert
Gym Teacher Stewie is the youngest in the Griffin family and there are long-running jokes about how he deals with his sexuality. Brian's cousin Jasper is gay and married his Filipino boyfriend. Bruce the performance artist is a gay man who has a mustache and speaks with a southern accent. Herbert is an old, gay pedophile who lives near the Griffins and has a crush on Chris. Meg's gym teacher is a lesbian, and her partner gave birth to Bertram after artificial insemination with Peter's sperm.
1999–2003
2008 – Futurama Fox
Comedy Central Enos Fry Enos Fry, believed to be Fry's grandfather, had strong homosexual tendencies, at one point wondering why boys are supposed to like girls.
1999–2000
2002 Mission Hill The WB
Adult Swim Gus
Wally Gus and Wally are a gay couple in their 60s who are neighbors of the main characters.
1997–present South Park Comedy Central Big Gay Al
Mr. Stotch
Mr./Ms. Garrison
Mr. Slave Big Gay Al and Mr. Slave are gay and married. Mr. Stotch, (Butters's father) is technically bisexual. Mr. Garrison was a gay man in seasons 1-8, until season 9 when he had a sex change and became Mrs. Garrison, becoming a lesbian in season 11, confusing his identity further. Mrs. Garrison became a man once again in season 12.
1996–2000 Superman: The Animated Series Kids WB Maggie Sawyer In the animated series that aired in the late 1990s, Maggie Sawyer appeared in a few episodes and was seen with another woman who fans of the comic books would understand as being her girlfriend.
1994–1997 Gargoyles Syndicated, ABC Lexington According to the show's creator, the character "Lexington" is gay.
1992–1997 Sailor Moon TV Asahi Kunzite
Zoicite
Fish-Eye
Zirconia
Sailor Uranus
Sailor Neptune
Sailor Starlights Kunzite and Zoicite, were Queen Beryl's henchmen, and were gay, but Zoicite was changed into a woman in the English version. The same was done with two other villains, Fish-Eye (also a gay man and a transvestite) and Zirconia (originally a woman, but a man in the English dub), who appeared later in the series. Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune are a lesbian couple (they are referred to as "cousins" in English). The Sailor Starlights are male in human form, but become female after transforming.
1992–1997 X-Men Fox Kids Mystique
Northstar In the 1992–1997 animated series, Mystique (who is bisexual) and Northstar (who is gay) both appear in the series although no mention or suggestion is made of their sexual orientation.
1992–1995 YuYu Hakusho Fuji Television Itsuki
Shizuru Kuwabara
Miyuki Itsuki is Sensui's right hand, who is so much interestend in Sensui's personality and its body. Miyuki (Demon Triad member) had male body (and it is unclear if she had real or fake breasts), but female soul, Miyuki's "coming out" was censored in Funimation English dub. Shizuru Kuwabara was included to the Yuricon' list of lesbians[17].
1989–present The Simpsons Fox Waylon Smithers
Patty Bouvier Waylon Smithers is heard riding a float called "Stayin' in the Closet!" during Springfield's annual gay pride parade in the 2002 episode Jaws Wired Shut. Patty Bouvier is a lesbian who came out in the 2005 episode "There's Something about Marrying"
1986–1989 Dragon Ball Fuji TV General Blue General Blue, a soldier of the Red Ribbon Army, is completely gay and he can't be attracted by Bulma. All references to homosexuality have been censored in Western adaptations of the anime.[/code:1mrzfw17][/size:1mrzfw17]

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Jos väestö alkaa vähetä liiaksi lapsien tekemistä kohtaan kohdistuvan arvostuksen laskemisen myötä, niin sitten asialle pitää tehdä jotain. Mutta toteutuisiko korjaus parhaiten TV-sarjojen kiintiöhomojen poistamisella? Tuskin.

Suurin lapsiluvun laskemisen syypää nykypäivänä taitaa löytyä miesten haluttomuudesta harjoittaa seksiä ilman ehkäisyä. Ehkä.

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Imhotep

Vankiloissa tapahtuvaa homoilua suurempi ongelma on mun mielestä esimerkiksi kirkon piirissä tapahtuva pedofilia. Mutta jokaiselle suotakoon prioriteettiensa valinta.



Käsittääkseni tämä vankilaporukka koostuu joltain osin kiinnijääneistä pedofiileista. Ja kun he levittävät osaamistaan siellä suljetussa yhteisössä, niin lopputuloksen voi arvata.

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Lektu-Elli
Tutkijoiden parissa on jo pitkään tiedetty, että ympäröivä ihmispopulaatio synnyttää homoutta. Parhaiten se näkyy rajatuissa yhteisöissä kuten vankila.

Mitvit? Ei vankilahomostelussa ole kysymys seksuaalisuudesta, vaan dominanssista. Raiskauksista puhuttaessa pitäisi unohtaa seksi kokonaan ja ymmärtää, että kyse on useimmiten alistamisesta ja häpäisemisestä yhtaikaa.

Toki seksuaalisuus on ihmisen vahvimpia viettejä, ja kun sitä ei pääse normaalisti tyydyttämään, tulee tilalle kaikenlaisia korvikkeita. Suurin osa ihmisistä on sen verran biseksuaaleja, että jos preferenssisukupuolta (oli se sama tai eri) ei ole saatavilla, onnistuu seksi myös toisen kanssa. Mutta suurin osa vankilaseksistä on alistamista ja valtapelejä.

Lektu-Elli
Yhteiskunnan ikävä mekanismi on se, että miehet eivät osaa suhtautua naismaisiin miehiin luonnollisella, terveellä tavalla, eikä naiset osaa suhtautua miesmäisiin naisiin.

Eli miten?

"Ubi est actio hic?" Missä täällä on säpinää?

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Lektu-Elli
Imhotep

Vankiloissa tapahtuvaa homoilua suurempi ongelma on mun mielestä esimerkiksi kirkon piirissä tapahtuva pedofilia. Mutta jokaiselle suotakoon prioriteettiensa valinta.



Käsittääkseni tämä vankilaporukka koostuu joltain osin kiinnijääneistä pedofiileista. Ja kun he levittävät osaamistaan siellä suljetussa yhteisössä, niin lopputuloksen voi arvata.

Pedofiilien uhreista 95% on tyttöjä ja 100% alaikäisiä. Vankilassa pedofiilien on siis aika vaikea toteuttaa "osaamistaan".

Pedofiilit ovat kyllä vankilan hierarkiassa pohjimmaisina, ja jokainen voi arvata mitä siitä seuraa.

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Topias
Homokasvatus tapahtuu TV:n ja muun median välityksellä. Lapsille ja nuorille opetetaan että on coolia olla homoseksuaali.

Ennustan että homous tulee tulevina vuosina lisääntymään Suomessa vähintään Ruotsin talolle.




Miksiköhän murhaaminen ei ole hillittömässä kasvussa kaikkien erilaisten rikossarjojen tekemän kasvatuksen ansioista? Tai poliisikoulutukseen hakijoiden määrä noussut räjähdysmäisesti, vaikka illasta toiseen erilaiset etsivät esitellään meille 'cooleina'? Oikikseen pyrkijöiden määrää varmaan vähentää rankka valintakoekirjamäärä, mutta kyllä kai yrittäjiäkin riittää TV-tarjonnan ansiosta? Lääkikseen pyrkijöiden määräkin on varmaan noussut Greyn anatomian ja Housen jälkeen tilastollisesti merkittävällä tavalla? No Manolot taitavat mennä kaupaksi entistä paremmin Sinkkuelämän ansiosta - tai sitten vain kohonneen elintason takia.

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Homokasvatus tapahtuu TV:n ja muun median välityksellä. Lapsille ja nuorille opetetaan että on coolia olla homoseksuaali.

Ennustan että homous tulee tulevina vuosina lisääntymään Suomessa vähintään Ruotsin talolle.




Miksiköhän murhaaminen ei ole hillittömässä kasvussa kaikkien erilaisten rikossarjojen tekemän kasvatuksen ansioista?



Ei nyt äkkiseltään tule mieleen rikossarjaa jossa viattomia tappava murhaaja olisi sankari, yleensä pahikset joutuvat häkkiin tai ne tapetaan.

Se Dexter, sarjamurhaajapoliisi, tappoi vain pahiksia jotka ansaitsivat kuolla.

Ehkä minä seuraan vääriä sarjoja?

Too many protest singers, not enough protest songs...

ID10T
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Homokasvatus tapahtuu TV:n ja muun median välityksellä. Lapsille ja nuorille opetetaan että on coolia olla homoseksuaali.



Voi luoja mitä kukkua... Jos TV:n kiintiöhomostelu tosiaan vaikuttaa ihmismieleen näin radikaalisti ja kun otetaan huomioon varsinkin nuorison mediariippuvuus (kts. linkki alla), niin ihmiskunnalla ei ole enää mitään toivoa

psykologia-aivot-ja-aistit-f12/tutkimus-riippuvuus-mediasta-valtavaa-t45468.html

Luulisin kuitenkin edelleen homoseksuaalisuuden olevan sen verran leimallinen ominaisuus, ettei sitä kukaan "ota tuosta vaan kokeiltavaksi", koska se on niin coolia. Yhtälailla en usko kenenkään haluavan muuttua ulkonäöllisesti maahanmuuttajan oloiseksi...

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T-Bolt

Ei nyt äkkiseltään tule mieleen rikossarjaa jossa viattomia tappava murhaaja olisi sankari, yleensä pahikset joutuvat häkkiin tai ne tapetaan.



Jos olisit jaksanut lukea seuraavankin lauseen, olisit huomannut, että kyselin niiden poliisikoulutukseen hakeutuvien määrien kasvun perään. Vai eikö mielestäsi näitä rikossarjojen poliisejakaan esitetä sankareina?

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Feminine
T-Bolt

Ei nyt äkkiseltään tule mieleen rikossarjaa jossa viattomia tappava murhaaja olisi sankari, yleensä pahikset joutuvat häkkiin tai ne tapetaan.



Jos olisit jaksanut lukea seuraavankin lauseen, olisit huomannut, että kyselin niiden poliisikoulutukseen hakeutuvien määrien kasvun perään. Vai eikö mielestäsi näitä rikossarjojen poliisejakaan esitetä sankareina?

Poliisikouluun hakeutuvien määrä on vuosien saatossa noussut huomattavasti. Kiinnostus poliisin ammattia kohtaan on kova. Ilmeisesti osittain juurikin televisiosarjojen myötävaikutuksesta.

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Poliisikouluun hakeutuvien määrä on vuosien saatossa noussut huomattavasti. Kiinnostus poliisin ammattia kohtaan on kova. Ilmeisesti osittain juurikin televisiosarjojen myötävaikutuksesta.



Ja tällä samalla logiikalla homoseksuaalisuus on mielestäsi lisääntynyt niinikään televisiosarjojen vaikutuksesta?

Nykyään myös urheilun osuus televisiolähetyksissä on lisääntynyt (erillisiä urheilukanaviakin löytyy), mutta kansa vain laiskistuu. Miksei urheilun katselulla ole samaa vaikutusta?

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ID10T

Luulisin kuitenkin edelleen homoseksuaalisuuden olevan sen verran leimallinen ominaisuus, ettei sitä kukaan "ota tuosta vaan kokeiltavaksi", koska se on niin coolia. Yhtälailla en usko kenenkään haluavan muuttua ulkonäöllisesti maahanmuuttajan oloiseksi...



Vielä vakavampi uhka heteroudelle on Aslan ja muut eheyttäjät. Jos homoudesta voi parantua, niin mikä estää minua kokeilemasta villiä ei-heteroviikonloppua helsingin iloisissa baareissa?

Suojellaan heteroutta, kielletään Aslan!

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Poliisikouluun hakeutuvien määrä on vuosien saatossa noussut huomattavasti. Kiinnostus poliisin ammattia kohtaan on kova. Ilmeisesti osittain juurikin televisiosarjojen myötävaikutuksesta.



Ja tällä samalla logiikalla homoseksuaalisuus on mielestäsi lisääntynyt niinikään televisiosarjojen vaikutuksesta?

Nykyään myös urheilun osuus televisiolähetyksissä on lisääntynyt (erillisiä urheilukanaviakin löytyy), mutta kansa vain laiskistuu. Miksei urheilun katselulla ole samaa vaikutusta?


Suomalaisten urheilijoiden menestys ei ole enään entisen laista(esim. juoksu) ja urheilijoiden ihannointi ja arvostus on laskenut.

Lajeissa joissa menestystä tulee(esim. lätkä) on harrastajamäärät pysyneet hyvinä.

Tilalle on tullut mm. muodin ja homouden ihannointi.

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