In the first episode concerning the matter he flatly stated he was "not gay" and did not formally declare himself to be bisexual until Season 7, but even then he did not want to be deemed "a crusader".This way of treating his sexuality is believed to have made the network uncomfortable.
Josh ends up doing so, which frustrates Arnold and creates the defining rift in their relationship.
Josh later tries to get back in contact with Ben, but he has begun a relationship with a woman, identifying as sexually fluid.
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.
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Cassie is depicted as being eccentric and suffering from several mental disorders — most notably, anorexia nervosa — and multiple issues, including low self-esteem, suicidal ideation, and drug addiction.She falls in love with Yorkie and chooses to remain together with her.She was with men until meeting Sydney Katz in season 3. Zach Miller sets up an online dating profile for Maggie that includes interest in male and female candidates.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.During the Season 2 Episode 9 episode 'Forever Mine, Never Mind', Rosita invites Waverly Earp to share a hot tub with her.The following is a list of live-action LGBT characters in television and radio, organized by orientation. last name) or singular if there is none, and includes noteworthy bisexual, gay, lesbian, and transgender fictional characters that appear in various television shows and radio shows.