Queerfest Prompts List
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A Study in EmeraldMoran/Moriarty“I have a feeling’ he said ‘I have a feeling that we were meant to be together. That we have fought the good fight side by side in the past or in the future I do not know. I am a rational man but I have learned the value of a good companion and from the moment I clapped eyes on you I knew I trusted you as well as I do myself. Yes I want you with me.” The AU-Victorian subtext of such language and the reasoning behind such coding. What is queer life like under the Old Ones?
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Ace Attorneyany canon or OC member of the Fey familyHow do the Feys' spiritual powers manifest in trans Feys? Is it spiritually based meaning that trans girls can channel and trans men cannot? Or is it biological -- in which case does it go by phenotype or genotype? What exactly decides who counts as a "woman" of the Fey family?
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Ace AttorneyFtM!Ron DeLite"If you're supposed to be a man why do you look so much like a girl?" Why Godot's words on 'being a man' meant so much to Ron.
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Ace AttorneyFtM!Ron DeLite/Desiree DeliteDesiree supports Ron through transitioning.
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Ace Attorneyoriginal YatagarasuIs it the Yatagarasu's business to out an anti-gay activist even if the target's affected them personally?
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Ace Attorney: Dual DestiniesRobin NewmanShe doesn't care about the repercussions of being outed as a trans girl. She's just glad that those two lawyers figured it out.
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Agents of S.H.E.I.L.D. Jemma/Leo/Skye Jemma’s bisexual. Leo’s asexual. They’ve been together for years and both would like to bring Skye into their relationship.
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Almost HumanDorianDorian is as open about his sexuality as he is about the rest of his feelings. That doesn’t mean John doesn’t have a lot of unanswered questions. (Why program sexuality into a police bot at all? And why a minority one? And does it ever find er …practical application?)
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Almost HumanDorian/JohnDorian is asexual but very (amusedly) willing to help his boyfriend out.
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Almost HumanJohn KennexJohn is bisexual. What does that mean in the year 2048?
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Ando LloydAndo AsahiShe's in love with Reiji and Nanase.
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Ando LloydAndo LloydAndroids have functions not gender. Or do they?
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Ando LlyodHoshi ShinzoHe's in love with Sakiko but physically attracted to Isaku.
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Animorphsany (Yeerk) characterYeerks just don't quite get gender
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Animorphsany charactersmorphing into the right gender for the first time but it's still not your own body
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Any (supernatural-based?) fandomany characterA curse leads to a change of gender. Character doesn't understand the big deal when they're as happy being male as they are being female (or vice-verse).
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Any applicable fandomany characterwhat it means for an LGBT person to have 'one of us' on the TV (or fandom suitable equivalent).
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Any canonany characteran instance where being trans hasn't made having adventures more dangerous or fraught but has opened new and fun possibilities instead.
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Any canonany characterexploring queer identity through poetic/musical traditions.
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Any canonany characterfeeling too un-delicate or unattractive to be nonbinary.
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Any canonany teen/young adult charactersqueer summer camp.
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Any characterany fandomA queer timetraveler from one era explores the queer culture of another era and finds it to be not what they expected from high school social studies.
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Any characterany fandomA genderqueer or trans person tries to explain the concept of gender identity (and gender dysphoria) to a robot or other member of a genderless species.
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Any children's television showany children's presenterbeing queer and deciding to come out (or not).
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Any comedy fandomany comedianjust because you're gay doesn't mean it should be the only thing you're allowed to make jokes about.
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Any comedy RPS fandomany charactersall the fans thinks your comedy partner is the 'gay one' and the more they joke about it the more they fap about it on the internet the more you want to yell at them who you really are.
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Any cop fandomany character. Being LGBT does not automatically make one an expert on all related topics
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Any fandomany ace/aro characterThey have very strong even romantic feelings for another person but they have no real desire to date them ? in fact they don't really want to date anyone and the idea of being friends this person makes them happier than anything they could imagine.
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Any fandomany aromantic characterIn a society where romantic love is held up as the pinnacle of human existence they find themselves quite content thank you very much.
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Any fandomany asexual (but not aromantic) characterExploring the boundaries of what kind of physical expressions of affection are enjoyable to them and the problems of doing that with a partner who may not understand that these expressions are not a prelude to sex.
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Any fandomany asexual characterYou called yourself gay because that was the option that meant you weren't attracted to [oppositegender] and assumed that you'd eventually want to have sex with [samegender] if you tried hard enough. Then you found the third option.
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Any fandomany bi/pan/omnisexual characterbeing excluded because of one's orientation sucks no matter how it's sliced but being declared "not gay enough" for one's local queer community is just salt in the wound.
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Any fandomany bisexual/pansexual characterIn the past they were given the option of being with someone of the same sex but opted not to out of fear of homophobic repercussions. Now they're with someone of the opposite sex and have very particular feelings (agreeing or disagreeing) about insinuations that they 'took the easy way out'.
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Any fandomany character"Not all trans guys were lesbians first you know." A nonstandard (FtM) trans narrative.
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Any fandomany charactera bisexual character explains mathematically why being bi doesn’t double one’s chances of a date.
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Any fandomany charactera non-op transperson or a genderqueer person doesn't tell their significant other because it'll just cause too much trouble. They're shocked when their partner comes out to them instead.
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Any fandomany characterA self-professed poly character finds themselves unexpectedly jealous of a lover's second relationship.
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Any fandomany characterBeing queer and mentally ill and knowing the difference between the two.
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Any fandomany characterAromantic pansexual? Isn't that just another term for slut? Character grapples with this stereotype.
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Any fandomany characterAsexual aromantic character and someone they're close to thinking they could be the 'key' to 'unlock' their romantic and/or sexual attraction. Character is annoyed and tries to explain how there is nothing to 'unlock'.
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Any fandomany characterFamily reunion for young adult (20-30) aromantic character. Yet again they come without a significant other. At this point they're just hiding the fact they're gay right?
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Any fandomany characterTrans* character attempting to begin transition when they want to be in a different body but don't fully identify with one gender.
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Any fandomany characterAn asexual character can indeed enjoy sex it just has a different meaning for them.
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Any fandomany characterCharacter identifies as grey-ace and experiences both sexual attraction and romantic attraction; they just don't want to be in a sexual and/or romantic relationship. Ever.
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Any fandomany characterGrappling with being transsexual and experiencing what seems to be a change of sexuality.
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Any fandomany characterJust because character is in a heterosexual monogamous marriage doesn't negate hir bisexuality. Nor does it make hir unfaithful.
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Any fandomany characterHaving all close friends being queer has some advantages. It also has disadvantages when they consider you 'less queer' than them because you identify as bisexual and cisgendered.
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Any fandomany characterKissing and cuddling within the realms of friendship is as much as character will/can give. It's hard for hir to find someone accepting of this.
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Any fandomany characterSuddenly all people change colour based on their sexuality. Character has no idea where hir attractions lie until they wake up that morning.
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Any fandomany characterA multisexual character in a long-term monogamous heterosexual relationship makes the decision to come out to hir kid(s).
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Any fandomany characterA tendency to flirt shamelessly with anything that moves is making it really hard to convince people that sie is asexual but sie's not going to stop.
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Any fandomany characterFive times a pronoun hurt and one time it didn't.
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Any fandomany characterJust because they like to think about/watch others having sex doesn't mean they want to have it themselves.
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Any fandomany characterBeing a Muslim and a lesbian is hard ? not because she struggles with her faith but because the minute girls see her headscarf they just assume that she isn't looking for a girlfriend!
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Any fandomany characterThey prefer to think of their sexuality as a personal thing and don't like to tell other people unless it's necessary. It's not because of shame ? they're just a private sort of person. But some other people seem to take it as shame anyway and it's becoming very irritating.
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Any fandomany characterThe difference between romance and friendship can be very hard to see and that's especially so when you're not actually attracted to the person in question. When putting a label to it is all it amounts to how important is it to know the difference? (Fic could go either way on it being important or unimportant.)
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Any fandomany characterIt helps ? it really does ? to know that their friends and family would still love them if they knew. But as long as they aren't comfortable with themselves they don't want to be out.
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Any fandomany characterPeople always used to joke about them so now they can't imagine anything more irritating than admitting that they were all right all along.
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Any fandomany characterFor ages they insisted that they couldn't possibly be gay because they've been attracted to the opposite sex in the past so any feelings of attraction to the same sex must be false. When bisexuality finally becomes an option a lot of things slot into place.
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Any fandomany characterWhen they realised they were bi rather than gay they were relieved as they thought that as long as they got married to someone of the opposite sex they'd never have to deal with their sexuality. And then they fall in love with someone of the same sex and everything becomes much harder.
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Any fandomany characterThey knew that being queer was possible obviously but it always seemed to apply to other people totally different to who they were. Until one of their friends came out and a whole new world opened up for them.
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Any fandomany charactera bisexual character is tired of people assuming that being out of the closet or identifying as queer isn't important to them.
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Any fandomany charactera bisexual or pansexual character wants to be open about being poly but doesn’t want to be seen as or perpetuate a stereotype.
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Any fandomany characterA character passes for gay to hide the fact that they're having pretty serious issues with their gender identity
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Any fandomany characterA character struggling with the perception everyone else has of them that they couldn't possibly be gay/bisexual.
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Any Fandomany charactera multisexual character in a long-term monogamous heterosexual relationship makes the decision to come out to hir kid(s).
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Any fandomany characteran asexual character finds sex tolerable but dull. How does their sex partner keep it entertaining for both of them?
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Any Fandomany characterbeing married to [the character's] (opposite-sex) high school sweetheart made [the character's] bisexuality/pansexuality/fluid sexuality more theoretical than anything else... until [the character's] spouse brings up the idea of polyamory and opening up their relationship.
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Any Fandomany characterbringing home her first girlfriend to meet the parents was much MUCH easier than bringing home her current girlfriend AND boyfriend (pronouns for clarity switch as inspired).
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Any fandomany characterCharacter X decides/is dared to experiment with homosexuality by kissing (or whatever) a friend who is known to be gay/bi/etc. Friend is hurt when Character X reverts firmly to heterosexuality possibly acting cruelly toward their friend while they process the fact that they enjoyed the experiment a lot more than they expected.
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Any fandomany characterCharacter X struggled to come to terms with their feelings for a same sex love interest. Discovering that their love interest was crossdressing all along leaves Character X feeling relieved *and* disappointed
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Any fandomany characterComing out is one thing--changing her/his behavior is another. Even if they're out in a welcoming community they never quite stop flinching. How does s/he deal with the difference between theoretically knowing they're welcome not to conform and actually not conforming?
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Any Fandomany characterGrowing up hir guardians were particularly homophobic. Zie thought zie had gotten over it but when zie feels utter terror at the idea that zie might be queer forgotten prejudices surface.
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Any fandomany characterhow a character deals with casual homophobia (tasteless jokes thoughtless remarks) when it comes from somebody they care about. Is it worth saying anything when you know they don't really mean to hurt you?
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Any FandomAny CharacterThey've never had any reason to doubt that they're heterosexual. And they are! But they never even considered whether they might be bi- or homoromantic a question which turns out to be much more complicated.
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Any FandomAny CharacterThroughout their life they've internalised an idea of sex being bad and wrong especially between two people of the same sex. So when they find themselves very close to a friend of theirs they justify it as a purer idealized version of strong friendship that is free from the dirtiness of sex. Unfortunately that's not exactly true.
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Any fandomany charactera bisexual character explains mathematically why being bi doesn’t double one’s chances of a date.
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Any fandomany characterafter *insert cliche here* causes them to lose their memory they have to come to terms with their sexuality again.
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Any fandomany characterAn ace (asexual) character views sex as simply the necessary currency of love to keep their non-ace lover happy. It's not that they hate it it's just that they wouldn't complain if the person they loved never wanted sex again. Ever. They have to explain to their non-ace partner why not being lust-crazed doesn't mean they aren't madly in love.
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Any fandomany characteran asexual character finds sex tolerable but dull. How does their sex partner keep it entertaining for both of them?
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Any fandomany characterbecoming politically active after coming out.
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Any fandomany characterBeing LGBT and an introvert outside anything anyone would call a scene making a community where you find it.
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Any fandomany characterFive lies s/he wouldn't have told if s/he'd been straight.
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Any fandomany characterhow a character deals with casual homophobia (tasteless jokes thoughtless remarks) when it comes from somebody they care about. Is it worth saying anything when you know they don't really mean to hurt you?
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Any fandomany characterit's easier to believe that someone in the older generation will be the intolerant and the younger friend tolerant but it doesn't always work out that way.
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Any fandomany characterthe five worst ways to come out.
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Any fandomany characterthey've known and been comfortable with their identity for years so why is the idea of coming out so terrifying?
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Any FandomAny CharacterThroughout their life they've internalised an idea of sex being bad and wrong especially two people of the same sex. So when they find themselves very close to a friend of theirs they justify it as a purer idealized version of strong friendship that is free from the dirtiness of sex. Unfortunately that's not exactly true.
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Any fandomany characterzie's always wanted the house the dog the kids the white picket fence and doesn't see why being queer is supposed to put a stop to that.
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Any fandomany characterfive ways being queer was absolutely fantastic.
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Any fandomany characteryou’re so used to being the token straight person you don't know if you should tell your friends about your single impossible-to-shake same-sex crush.
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Any fandomany characterA character in a monogamous relationship confronts bisexual invisibility.
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Any fandomAny characterA gay/lesbian/bisexual character who finds support and comfort in his or her religious community.
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Any fandomany characterA year after s/he comes out to his/her parents over the phone s/he brings his/her boyfriend to visit his hometown. His/her parents are supportive but many people from his/her past are not.
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Any FandomAny CharacterAny point on the queer spectrum: Finding a place within the queer community is hard when one sees one's queerness as no more or less important than any other aspect of one's identity.
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Any fandomany characterCharacter X realises s/he's bisexual and deals with coming out to friends who really aren't surprised.
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Any Fandomany CharacterSometimes it seems like you're the last one to know about your own sexuality.
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Any fandomany characteryou lost your entire family coming-out so it's really unfair that your partner's family barely blinks when s/he brings you home for Christmas.
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Any Fandomany characterQueer is the only label that ever seemed to fit.
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