Would you like a wider range of sexual identities in The Walking Dead?
I strongly praise the game for having a wider range of people of difference races without stereotyping them. (Urban joke aside.) But I always wondered if they would or ever would put difference sexual identities in the game.
The cast seems no stranger to homosexuality or transgenders given the one line by Larry in episode one well Lee,Larry and Kenny argue about Duck, if Lee says to sit down he will say that..
"You and what homo parade?"
This might deem Larry homophobic but let's stay on topic here.
Since telltale never seemed to used racist stereotypes were developing the cast of the game if they were to created a gay,lesbian, bisexual or even transgender I doubt they would use the stereotypes like all gay men are "Fabulous" and like fashion, or all lesbians have short hair and dress manly (Yes I did fun the lesbian joke in the tv show funny though , Just because of Axel's stupidity there.)
Now most the the gay, lesbian etc things we see in this fandom are crack (Meaning pairings that never happen but people ship them anyway) And yes I do ship LeeXMark and LeeXKenny but I would love to see CANNON gays,lesbians etc. I see no reason not to.
Take Bill from the last of us, it is implied he's gay because he called the guy he used to be with his "Partner" and had magazines of gay porn or naked men I believe. He never flaunted his homosexuality like most games would do. Once again in some tv shows they created the stereotypical gay male who's into fashion and serves no purpose to the plot but comic relief, or in anime just to make yuri and yayoi fan/boys/girls be drawn into whatever they find appealing of it (Yes I am a fan of yuri but I don't like straight up porn, I like a developing romance, but I don't mind female nude in amines as long as there's more to the anime then that)
So with that how would you feel about if Telltale created a wider rang of cast members with different sexualities? I would love it personally, but what about you guys out there?