This is a list of characters in animation that either self-identify as bisexual or have been identified by outside parties to be bisexual. Listed characters are either recurring characters , cameos , guest stars , or one-off characters. For the purpose of this article, anime are considered any animations created in Japan and does not include any anime-influenced animation in the United States, Europe, parts of Asia, and elsewhere in the world. Also see the corresponding lists of lesbian and gay characters.
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List of bisexual characters in anime
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Medical school students are being mistreated by fellow students, medical faculty, and supervising residents based on their race, gender, and sexual orientation, according to a new study led by Yale University researchers. The study, which examined 27, student surveys representing all accredited medical schools in the United States. The findings appear in the Feb.