I'd say that news deserves a comic.
I put a little bisexual heart over Agent 300 because he is in fact bisexual. He just isn't ready to admit it.
No, Niels isn't dead. It's just that the only ideas I have with them are long stories that require at least 6 strips, and I'm not ready for that sort of commitment.
For all the Niels comics, go here nielsg.com/
Edit: I'm starting to realize people think the last panel is supposed to show straight people not caring, but my intention was to show that life goes on for straight people and children are fine and didn't start asking about anal plugs or strapons, so there's no reason for people to act like same-sex marriage signals the end of times. Sorry that wasn't clear.
Hopefully it helps to know the characters. The woman is the ex-wife of the gay man and their relationship is better now than it was when they were married, so she of course knows and her new boyfriend will know through her.
That girl would be holding a smart phone!
(This was a cute comic)
Also.....I WAS THAT SQUIRREL
You know, when 300 started in on "you're people" I was hoping he'd meant Americans. I'm not disapointed, though. That was fun.
I find an amusing sort of irony that this is said in a comic about marriage, one of the most well-known forms of commitment.
Also, is Irene knitting?
And yes, I read the last panel as you intended.
"As a sexual orientation, homosexuality is "an enduring pattern of emotional, romantic, and/or sexual attractions" primarily or exclusively to people of the same sex."
- so it says primarily or exclusively, you see what I mean?
Bisexual: bi "two" sexual both gender are included in the preference
Pansexuality would be closer I guess...even so it sounds just like another term for bisexuality ->
Pansexual: attracted to people regardless of gender. Sometimes also or alternately "omnisexual."
I'm kinda frustrated with all those answers I've been getting because it seems none of them really refer to what I was asking? People keep explaining the difference between heterosexual and homosexual and bi and I'm like yeah great, but what if you're okay with both but you strongly prefer the one over the other and you would like to express this in the word you use to describe your sexual preference somehow?
Although I guess from a strictly biological standpoint what you prefer doesn't really matter because those words are just meant to describe what sex you can be attracted by... maybe. .... Eh. That's what you get for asking about bloody definitions. o|-<