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The polar opposite of Everyone Is Bi, where either an unusually high number of characters seem to be at least mildly bisexual or sexuality is never presented as an issue. Huang: You're not the first woman who's slept with a closeted man. Just because he was gay didn't mean he wasn't attracted to you.
They took to social media to show their delight at seeing the former Blue singer on the show.Meanwhile, since male characters often act as the Audience Surrogate, their sexuality has to be strictly heterosexual, lest the show be forced into the Minority Show Ghetto.This trope is, of course, not Truth in Television in the sense that bisexuals exist. Brooke might tell Sheila that they’ll just see how it goes. Sheila will plan on proving she’s changed, but that task should be pretty difficult.The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers say Eric (John Mc Cook) and Quinn (Rena Sofer) will test Sheila’s resolve in very different ways.Almost any character in a same-gender relationship or professing a same-gender attraction is assumed by the others to be either gay or joking.
If the existence of bisexuals is acknowledged, they're usually depicted as very promiscuous and totally defined by sex, and sometimes even as predatory (mirroring prejudices leveled against real life bisexuals).
It Truth in Television in the sense that bisexuals have often been faced with disbelief from straight and gay people alike on the grounds they "have to be" one or the other.
In Real Life, this phenomenon is occasionally called Bisexual Erasure.
Some female characters, due to the Girl-on-Girl Is Hot and Sweeps Week Lesbian Kiss rules, can explore all sides of their sexuality as much as they want, especially if they're identified as promiscuous or plain evil.
However, such characters will rarely call themselves bisexual; they may insist they're straight, or just leave it up in the air.
These old enemies will be forced to talk when Sheila interrupts Brooke’s business lunch.