Does an LGBT person die?

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Yes
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No
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Cameo Klemm
The character's pansexuality and gender fluidity are not addressed in the movies (comics only), but they are still extremely queer-coded
Movie • 2018 Report
Yes
128
No
0
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gabriellameade15
first half hour of film, guy sacrifices himself for group right after we are told he has/had a husband
Netflix • 2019 Report
Yes
121
No
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LillianCummings
A main characters gay love interest gets killed,(it's hella heartbreaking too).
TV Show • 2011 Report
Yes
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No
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Bree Smith
I can think of at least 3 LGBT characters who are killed in the show. All of their deaths are graphic, which is in keeping with the graphic nature of the show.
Book Report
Yes
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No
0
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Creatrix Tiara
While death is very common in Homestuck (though not always permanently - death serves a few functions in the story) and there are a lot of LGBT characters, none of the characters are killed BECAUSE of their gender and sexuality.
Video Game Report
Yes
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No
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normelmutant
(SPOILERS) monika expresses romantic interest in the player, regardless of gender, and eventually has to be deleted from the game's files in order to progress
Yes
76
No
3
17
elisermazzeo
In season 7 the ex-fiance of the main character is murdered on screen after only being introduced episodes before in one scene. It happens in season 7 episode 8, between the minutes 3:20-4:50. This can be extremely triggering and follows the Bury Your Gays Trope.
TV Show Report
Yes
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No
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ShannonBristol
Lexa is shot immediately after getting together with Clarke in a classic example of "Bury Your Gays".
Video Game Report
Yes
68
No
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kmgregg.starlight
Avoidable. In one sequence, the player character may confront and fight two women in a romantic relationship and can choose to kill or spare them. If the player kills only one of the women, her partner commits suicide in front of the player out of despair.
Yes
66
No
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Jake
"P"
Movie • 2018 Report
Yes
66
No
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llwallendal
Mercury's death is depicted via tagline after the final scene. His death is not explicitly shown.
TV Show Report
Yes
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No
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alphaasexual
Charlie, a cannon lesbian, is stabbed and left dead in a bathtub. It's extremely sad
TV Show Report
Yes
58
No
5
15
mightymewtron
Rose Quartz was strongly implied to be bisexual and dies permanently before the events of the show, and her girlfriend Pearl grieves her, but it should be noted many characters are LGBT and continue to survive and be happy in love.
Video Game Report
Yes
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No
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princesscelestiastardis
Depending on your final decision, yes. Another character that was implied to be LGBT+ in the main game [and more or less confirmed to be in the prequel game depending on how you play it] has died by the time that the main story has started.
Movie Report
Yes
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No
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hornbakerjensen
MAJOR SPOILER Albus dumbledore dies, and he is hinted at being LGBT and was confirmed by J.K. Rowling
Movie Report
Yes
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No
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acleamon
Deadpool dies, but he comes back. So, yes and no.
TV Show Report
Yes
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No
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JessFB
In season 6, Tara's girlfriend Denise suddenly gets shot through the head with an arrow. In season 8, Aaron's boyfriend Eric gets attacked or bitten and turns into a walker later on. I think there might be more but I'm not sure.
TV Show Report
Yes
49
No
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3
Morgan Raye Edstrom
Deaths of two gay characters in Season 1 Death of a lesbian in Season 2 Death of two gay characters in Season 4 Death of two gay characters in Season 5 Death of a lesbian in Season 7
Netflix Report
Yes
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No
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6
crazyred126
Spoiler: Bojack's old friend Herb has cancer. He is gay and he dies.
Movie Report
Yes
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No
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Ralexsol
Tom's partner Angel dies of an S.T.I.
Movie Report
Yes
40
No
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Alfie
A main character from the main gay/mlm relationship dies in the end.
TV Show Report
Yes
39
No
0
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Hurbig
In San Junipero two gay characters die, but their relationship is framed as something very positive, they both die of oldage and they find love in the "afterlife" so imo it does not fall into the bury your gays trope
TV Show • 2019 Report
Yes
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No
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simplyammee
A male LGBT warlord is already dead at the beginning of the show. The Spellman family's home is a mortuary so they are tasked with preparing the body. Another LGBT human is possessed by a demon and dies.
Movie Report
Yes
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No
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3
hannahdj1234567890
Valkeryies lover (only implied) dies in a flashback scene
Yes
35
No
3
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woodkm019
In Part 5, two male lovers are tortured and then killed by the italian mafia. While the actual killing is not shown, there is a panel of the aftermath, which is very graphic. In Part 7, a bisexual woman is killed.
Yes
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No
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NYR1
[Spoiler] It's quite true that LGBT characters die, but the rundown of precise identities by the previous commenter is somewhat misleading, making it seem like all of these queer characters are potentially progressive, positive representation suffering only from a case of Bury Your Gays. Hanamura Teruteru is a jokey horndog character of the would do anything with a hole and also probably anything without one" type, a fairly tired stereotype of bi/pan people. Mikan Tsumiki's a very fetish-y character aimed at a specific straight male playerbase, and her f/f scenes (mostly in the DR3 anime) are blatantly intended as fanservice for that audience. Mikan fanservice scenes can be extremely uncomfortable, especially for female/female-aligned viewers, although this is very much a YMMV matter and there's no category for "creepy alienating male gaze" on this site.
Video Game • 2015 Report
Yes
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No
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Brittany Collins
There are multiple LGBT characters who *can* die but they all survive in a pacifist playthrough.
Yes
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No
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Katelyn Wernet
06x19 Seeing Red": A lesbian character is shot through the heart by a stray bullet and killed. 03x22 "Graduation Day pt. 2": A gay side character is among the many casualties to the end of season fight against the Mayor.
TV Show Report
Yes
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No
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hyperandrogenism
There are many LGBT patients, some of them die but not all of them or even close to all of them and it doesn't come off as bury your gays. LGBT characters are otherwise treated very well.
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