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Programs on commercial broadcast networks were less likely to have nonheterosexual content than those on cable networks, especially those on premium cable movie networks. Implications of the continued lack of attention to sexual minorities are discussed for both heterosexual and nonheterosexual viewers. Sexual content of programming on American television has changed substantially since the medium was first invented more than 50 years ago. At its inception, television rarely presented sexual themes, and throughout the early decades of television, topics such as pregnancy, contraception, and other aspects of characters' sexuality were considered too sensitive to be portrayed or discussed in television shows. One theme that has been especially ignored is the portrayal of sexual issues related to gay, lesbian, and bisexual individuals. Little quantitative research has been conducted to document gay issues and characters on television.

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This is a list of bisexual characters in fiction , i. Listed characters are either recurring characters , cameos , guest stars , or one-off characters. This does not include bisexual characters in television , anime , or Western animation. Please see the lists of trans , lesbian , gay , non-binary , pansexual , asexual , and intersex characters for information about fictional characters in other parts of the LGBTQ community.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT)

The content on this page is inspired by other sites with glossaries and FAQs. This is a glossary of terms with some broadly accepted definitions. A person's internal perception of their own gender and the words they use to label themselves. A person may identify as a woman, or a man, a blend of the two keep reading for more information on this , or neither. A person's gender identity may or may not be the same as their sex assigned at birth.
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