Everybody knows that year 2015 is the year that the LGBTQ community gained right after the 4-5 US congressional ruling of confidence to declare their eternal love, their guts to prove that #lovewins, and their strength as a minority. But did you know that even more than a decade back, during the 90’s, there are cartoon shows hinting about the presence of the rainbow colored community? More than that, did the US legislators witness these cartoons, which led them to have such ruling? Only one could wonder.
In this 1998-2000 cartoon, the creators of this included a number of same-sex relationships throughout its duration. First, Tomoyo Daidouji is in love with Sakura, the latter not returning the feelings. The creators cleared out that this has nothing to do with the fact that Tomoyo is another girl, but Sakura just has zero romantic feelings for this girl – really. Second, Sakura is seen having a crush on a teacher, who well, is also a lady. And lastly, Tomoyo’s mother, Sonomi, revealed that she has deep, romantic feelings on Sakura’s mother.
Big Gay Al, Colorado’s prideful gay, wants the people around him to accept people of his kind for getting remarks of “Gay people are evil.”
In one of the shows aired in 1997, after knowing that John, a new family friend, is gay, Homer started to be troubled that John could influence Bart, Homer’s son, to become gay, too.