Loki was recently confirmed as bisexual. I'm still getting the hang of using the editing tools and I don't want to make any changes until I know what I'm doing. Could someone update this please?Sapphykins (talk) 15:01, June 17, 2014 (UTC)

When has Natasha been confirmed as bi? Something with Yelena or someone else? I'd really like to find those issues! Dyionisiac (talk) 02:51, June 27, 2014 (UTC)Dyionisiac

For whatever reason, Karolina Dean is listed in the category of bisexual characters, when she labels herself as a lesbian, which is also clearly stated on her wiki page. I'm not all that familiar with editing tools, so could someone please remove her from this page?Pagekaren (talk) 05:05, April 27, 2015 (UTC)

On the right of the editing mode of a page, there's a thin grey bar with a little arrow pointing to the left, if you click it, new options for editing will expand, one of them is "Categories," where you will find the list of categories below the "Add category..." box. When you hover the mouse cursor on one of the categories in the list, it will become highlighted and two buttons will appear on its right, a pencil and a trash bin. Click on the pencil button to edit the category, click on the trash bin to delete it.
I've already taken care and deleted the "Bisexual Characters" category from Karolina Dean's page.
--The ADour-incible ADour (talk) 12:58, April 27, 2015 (UTC)


So, It may be kinda complicated, but well, I put the Pansexual characters in the Bisexual category, is there something wrong about it? I think is not really wrong because Bisexual is when you like both genders and Pansexual when you don't care about the genders at all, so the difference is very little and is kinda the same. Also, most people don't know what Pansexual means and I think is more helpful and clear to people who wanna know about characters sexuality if these characters appears in the Bisexual category too.
- The preceding unsigned comment was added by MsPhoenix (talk • contribs).

It is wrong, because they're still not the same. You said it yourself, one is liking both genders, and the other is liking someone without regard for their gender. While many people don't know what Pansexuality is, it would still be wrong to categorize them in the same category as Bisexual.
--The ADour-incible ADour (talk) 19:19, August 16, 2015 (UTC)
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