For we're celebrating :flagProgress: and this week, it's characters.

The last of our types is the ambiguously queer character. They can range from borderline-coded to completely fan-interpreted. Sometimes they are intentional, other times it is coincidental. Tangentially, an ambiguous gender identity often serves as a vehicle for ambiguity. (1/2)

Some notable ambiguously queer characters include Hange Zoe from Attack on Titan, Meg from Family Guy, Shinji from Neon Genesis Evangelion, Master Cyclonis and Piper from Storm Hawks, and Sunset Shimmer from Equestria Girls. (2/2)

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