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In a long-term relationship with Marshall Eriksen, but also expresses attraction to women on multiple occasions, especially about her friend Robin Scherbatsky, and says that one of her life goals before marrying Marshall was to have a "lesbian relationship."Clara Oswald mentions her romance with the celebrated author, stating that Jane Austen 'is a phenomenal kisser'.In another episode says to her friend Rigsy, 'Sometimes Jane Austen and I 'prank each other'. Take that how you like.' then proceeded to show interest in starting a relationship with one of the main male characters (Alec Lightwood).After going to see Love, Simon with Toni Topaz, she admits that she previously loved a friend named Heather when she was in junior high.Actress Madelaine Petsch stated that she believes Cheryl to be bisexual.In episode 17 of season 2, after Toni rescues Cheryl, they share a kiss.When Charlie first arrived in the Bay, Channel Seven described her as having a "bone to pick and the prowess to do it" in reference to her father's relationship with Morag Bellingham (Cornelia Frances), which Charlie disapproved of because her mother had only recently died.Although she later spurned Gretchen's interest in her, in "Pass/Fail" she apologizes for having done so and admits that she wants, and is ready, to be with her. The series was cancelled and their relationship was not further developed.
Bo is a succubus, a Fae that survives by feeding from life force and the energy created from sex with males or females.
Ben is a one-night stand of Josh's during the initial stages of his open relationship with Arnold.
Ben is later hospitalized, facing a possibly life-threatening surgery, causing a dilemma for Josh as to whether or not it is appropriate to visit him.
Claire Bennet is shown liking men and being seriously involved with a boyfriend.
In season 4 episode "Hysterical Blindness", she's kissed by her roommate Gretchen Berg.
It is organized by orientation and alphabetically by surname (i.e. The list also includes asexual, graysexual, non-binary, and pansexual characters.