TTT: Top Ten Tuesday-It ain’t no lie…Baby I’m Bi Bi Bi

If y’all didn’t know…IT’S PRIDE MONTH!!!

Well…what’s left of it anyways. Today the lovely Nerdy Perspective released an AMAZING blog post on asexuality and I just felt super inspired to do a post of my own. You can find that post here: https://anerdyperspective.com/2018/06/26/where-are-the-aces-asexual-representation-in-anime/. Some of you may know this and some of you may not, but I classify myself as heterosexual bi-curious. The definition of bi-sexual is as follows (per my lovely friends at Wikipedia):

“Bisexuality is romantic attraction, sexual attraction, or sexual behavior toward both males and females, or romantic or sexual attraction to people of any sex or gender identity; this latter aspect is sometimes alternatively termed pansexuality.” 

I prefer men over women, but that doesn’t mean I’m not sexually attracted to women…because lets face it…I AM! Hence why I call myself “heterosexual bi-curious.” I lean more on the normal scale of sexual relationships. Whatever “normal” may be XD Today’s Top Ten Tuesday post will be all about anime characters you may not have realized were bi-sexual! Yaaasss. My bi-sexual kings and queens are coming out to play! While bi-sexual representation in anime/manga is still pretty inclusive, I am glad to see that there are some characters out there representing the bi-sexual community. I hope as anime progresses we will get some more characters who seek love from both ends of the spectrum. Don’t get me wrong, I love me some enticing yaoi/yuri stories but I want to see my sexuality represented more! Gimme gimme. I’m like a kid in a candy store….I want everything and anything all at once and I won’t take no for an answer…tehehe 😛

Let’s get to this character list my pandas!


1. Syaoran Li from CardCaptor Sakura

^Yup! Our sweet and lovable Syaoran-kun is bi-sexual! This actually came as a surprise to me because I had NO IDEA that he was…but now that I do it makes my heart flutter with happiness ❤


2. Usagi Tsukino from Sailor Moon

^If you couldn’t figure this out the first time around I suggest you go back and re-watch Sailor Moon lololoz


3. Rin Asogi from Mnemosyne: Mnemosyne no Musume-tachi

^Rin loves her alcohol as much as she loves her kisses from Mimi


4. Ayame Sohma from Fruits Basket

^Shoma is in love with his adorable assistant Mine Kuramae but has no trouble flirting with Shigure as well.


5. Yō Miyagi from Junjou Romantica

^His first love was a woman but he is currently very much in love with a man…if you know what I’m sayin…ayyyeee


6. Motoko Kusanagi from Ghost in the Shell

^I didn’t know cyborgs could have sexual preferences? But we can just roll with this one.


7. Arashi Nikaidou from Oniichan dakedo Ai sae Areba Kankeinai yo ne! (OniAi)

^One of the more sexually aggressive character’s in anime. This is one anime I started but never finished…ha!


8. Tenjou Utena from Shoujo Kakumei Utena

^Tenjou has a romantic story-line with Anthy as well as Anthy’s brother. So we playing both sides of the field now eh? I’m okay with this.


9. Haruhi Suzumiya from Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu

^Suzumiya has stated that she doesn’t care if her romantic partner is a boy or a girl….because love comes in all forms! Suzumiya has one thing right 😀


10. Yukari Sendo from Rosario + Vampire

^Yukari has romantic feelings for both Moka and Tsukune. She has good taste if I do say so myself.


We made it to the end! Yippee! How has everyone else’s PRIDE month been going? Have you made any new friends in the LGBTQAI community? Have you come out or plan on coming out? I would love to hear all of your personal experiences/stories if you don’t mind sharing. Drop me a comment down below! I also have an interview coming up with the lovely Biblio Nyan so keep your eyes peeled for that my pandas. It’s gonna be a good time.


Disclaimer: All imagery and photos come from searching for them on the internet. I have no claim or right to them.

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  1. What a cool post! I’m pretty sure I’m semi-sexual, but I always have a weird feeling that pride month isn’t really for me because I will never be ostracized or hurt in anyway (especially since I’m interested in the opposite sex). It’s a weird feeling. It’s like I can’t claim lgbt as part of my identity because even if I’m on the aro spectrum it doesn’t really affect me in any way. Idk it’s just random thinking I don’t know why I felt like sharing *hides*

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    1. For what it’s worth, I see no reason someone who identified as being on the aromantic scale shouldn’t be welcome in the LGBTQIA+ community, regardless of whether the attraction is to same, differring, neither or all genders. I’m not so naive as to guarntee that everyone would agree with that, but certainly my pansexual/gender-fluid self is welcoming to all and sundry.

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      1. It’s something I guess that I haven’t even gotten comfortable with. It will proabably take time for me to be able to speak about it because it wasn’t something I even knew could happen until about 2 or 3 years ago when I read about it and everything started to make sense. It makes me sad when I see people in the community in-fighting and accepting some sexualities/genders and not others, but at the same time I can understand where they are coming from too. Maybe one day I will feel comfortable enough to do a post about it, but for now I’m ok with standing at the sidelines.

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        1. Tiana I felt this way for a long time. Like…how am I supposed to claim I am bi-sexual if my preference is still men? I didn’t know how to classify myself or if I should consider myself part of the LGBTQAI community. It wasn’t until I started doing more research about bi-sexuality and talking to my friends that I came to the realization that no matter how queer, straight, pansexual, or asexual you are, you are still fall under the LGBTAQI umbrella. No one can tell you otherwise. I think you need to become more comfortable with yourself and where you fall on the spectrum before you decide what you are so to speak. Remember to love yourself before you try to love someone else!

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  2. Awwww it makes me so happy that my post inspired you to make your own post around your own sexuality and how it intertwines with anime! 😀 Posts of celebration are always the best and this was a lovely read! I learnt a thing or two as well as I didn’t know some of these characters were bi-sexual! Happy pride! ❤

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    1. Blog post of celebration are the best! I feel like we are having a giant party of acceptance and rainbows lol Thank you so much! This was really fun to do. I can’t wait for my town to throw its PRIDE day in August. My roommate and I went last year and we had a blast ❤

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