Alyssa Jones is a fictional character in Kevin Smith's 1997 film Chasing Amy. She was portrayed by Joey Lauren Adams. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alyssa Jones"
Andrew Wells is a fictional character in the U.S. television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, played by Tom Lenk. He was the younger brother of a character seen in an earlier episode, Tucker Wells, who summoned demonic dogs to attack the Prom in the season three episode " The Prom". He himself has demon-raising/animal control skills, although these were inexplicably never used after Season Six; he credits his brother with giving him the courage to develop this talent. At some point during Buffy's senior year, Andrew summoned Winged Monkey Demons to attack the school's production of " Romeo and Juliet", apparently for no other reason than to amuse himself. Although Buffy no doubt investigated at the time, she did not discover than Andrew was responsible, and a few years later she had forgotten the incident, simply one of any number of minor bits of magical mayhem that plagued Sunnydale. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andrew Wells"
Banky Edwards is a character played by Jason Lee in the movie Chasing Amy by Kevin Smith. He is the best friend and partner of Holden McNeil and works as an inker (not a tracer, as he is often anxious to point out) for the comic book Bluntman and Chronic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Banky Edwards"
The Bouvier Sisters (Patricia "Patty" and Selma, voiced by Julie Kavner) are fictional characters on The Simpsons. They are Marge's two cynical chain-smoking older twin sisters. They both work at the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and have a strong dislike for Homer. Selma is the older of two as she was born two minutes before Patty. Creator Matt Groening has said that he named the Simpsons after his own parents and two younger sisters, so it is interesting to note that he has an older sister named Patty who is an art dealer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bouvier sisters"
Buddy Cole is an effeminate homosexual fictional character created and portrayed by Canadian comedian and actor Scott Thompson. The character delivered various monologues about his flamboyant life and sexual exploits on the sketch comedy television show Kids in the Hall. The character was so popular that Thompson (with Paul Bellini) penned a novel under the character's name: Buddy Babylon, The Autobiography of Buddy Cole. ...more on Wikipedia about "Buddy Cole (fiction)"
Buffalo Bill is a fictional character featured in the 1988 novel The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris and its 1991 movie adaptation, in which he was played by Ted Levine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Buffalo Bill (The Silence of the Lambs)"
Chris Keller is a fictional character on the HBO series Oz, portrayed by Chris Meloni from 1999 to 2003. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chris Keller"
Conrad Gates is a bisexual character from the famous Shed TV production, Footballer's Wives. He was briefly married to Amber, but after he had sexual intercourse on a private plane and in a laundry room with Tanya Turner, he was then later engaged to her. Whilst engaged to Tanya, Conrad also had an affair with Noah, a homosexual teammate at Earl's Park FC (the fictional football club around which the series is set.) It was not, however, just Tanya and Amber who he was bedding. Fellow team mate Bruno Milligan walked in on him shagging a golf cadette during their break in Spain ( 2005). ...more on Wikipedia about "Conrad Gates"
Daffyd Thomas is a fictional character from the cult BBC television and radio series Little Britain played by Matt Lucas. His catchphrase is "I'm the only gay in the village". ...more on Wikipedia about "Daffyd Thomas"
Emile Mars-Smith is a fictional character from Virgin Publishing's range of original full-length Bernice Summerfield novels, the New Adventures which were a spin-off from the television series Doctor Who. Emile was introduced in Matthew Jones's novel Beyond the Sun in 1997. Beyond the Sun was adapted into an audio drama by Big Finish Productions, in which Emile was portrayed by Lewis Davis. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emile Mars-Smith"
Felicity Flint, Agent from H.A.R.M. is John Troutman's third webcomic, a spinoff of his second ( Basil Flint, P.I.). It is updated every Tuesday and Thursday. As of March 22 2005, Meaghan Quinn (a fellow web-cartoonist who has also collaborated with Troutman on the webcomic Vigilante, Ho!) began drawing the strips. Troutman continued to color and write them, however. ...more on Wikipedia about "Felicity Flint, Agent from H.A.R.M."
Georges "Jo" Querelle is the protagonist and antihero of Jean Genet's 1953 novel Querelle de Brest. He was portrayed by Brad Davis in Rainer Werner Fassbinder's 1982 movie adaptation of the novel. ...more on Wikipedia about "Georges Querelle"
Haruka Tenoh (天王 はるか Ten'ō Haruka) is a Sailor Senshi, one of the central characters of the anime and manga Sailor Moon. She is known in the English adaptation of the anime as Amara Tenoh. For several years, she was arguably one of anime's most famous ' out' characters in American fandom. Her birthday is given as January 27; fittingly, her astrological sign, Aquarius, is co-ruled by the planets Saturn and her guardian planet, Uranus. Her blood type is B. ...more on Wikipedia about "Haruka Tenoh"
Herbert Garrison, voiced by Trey Parker, is a fictional character in the South Park cartoon series. For the first eight seasons of the series, the character was known as Mr. Garrison but in season 9 underwent sex reassignment surgery. The character was thereafter known as Mrs. Garrison. ...more on Wikipedia about "Herbert Garrison"
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Hollywood Montrose was a fictional character played by Meshach Taylor in the 1987 movie Mannequin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hollywood (Mannequin character)"
Inara Serra is a character from the science-fiction television series Firefly, created by Joss Whedon. She is played by Morena Baccarin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Inara Serra"
Jack Harkness, also known as Captain Jack, is a fictional character played by John Barrowman in the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. A time traveller and confidence trickster from the 51st century, he first appeared in the episode The Empty Child and remained at least for the rest of the 2005 series as the third known companion of the Ninth Doctor. He is also the first clearly bisexual companion. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jack Harkness"
John Phillip "Jack" McFarland (born in 1969) is a character on the American television sitcom Will & Grace, played by Sean Hayes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jack McFarland"
Judge Constance Harm is a supporting character on The Simpsons, voiced by Jane Kaczmarek. A harsh, unforgiving disciplinarian, she is most likely a parody of Judy Sheindlin, the star of the reality TV series Judge Judy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Judge Constance Harm"
Karen Walker ( née Karen Delaney) is a fictional character on the American television sitcom Will & Grace. She is portrayed by actress and singer Megan Mullally. ...more on Wikipedia about "Karen Walker (character)"
Dr. Kerry Weaver, played by Laura Innes, is a fictional character on the NBC television series " ER"; she first appeared as a recurring character in season two, and became a regular cast member in season three. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kerry Weaver" Simply http://www.shortopedia.com!
Larry Blaisdell was a fictional character on the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Larry Blaisdell"
The question of Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transvestite or transexual/transgender characters in the Star Trek universe has been a subject of debate since at least the planning stages of Star Trek: The Next Generation in 1987. That year, in response to a question from a fan at a science fiction convention, series creator Gene Roddenberry said that there would be gay characters in the upcoming new series. What has followed since then has been a controversy, among fans, as to how much of this promise has been fulfilled within the television spinoffs of the Star Trek world. ...more on Wikipedia about "LGBT characters in the Star Trek universe"
Liir is a supporting character in Gregory Maguire's novel Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West, and the protagonist of its sequel, Son of a Witch. In the latter novel, he uses the names "Liir Thropp" and "Liir Ko." ...more on Wikipedia about "Liir"
This is a list of gay, lesbian, or bisexual figures in ancient and classical fiction and myth ...more on Wikipedia about "List of homosexuals and bisexuals in ancient and classical fiction and myth"
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