Homosexual male characters in ASOIAF

- Laenor Velaryon, (94 - 120 AC): “At the age of nine-and-ten, Laenor preferred the company of squires of his own age, and was said never to have known a woman intimately, nor to have any bastards. But to this, Grand Maester Mellos was said to have remarked, “What of it? I am not fond of fish, but when fish is served, I eat it.””

- Daemon II Blackfyre, (188 - before 220 AC): “Others still raise an eyebrow at Daemon’s close relationship to the young Lord Cockshaw, and suggest that this would have troubled Aegor Rivers enough to deny the boy his aid.”

- Daeron Targaryen (228 - 251 AC): “Corrupted by the example of his brothers, even King Aegon’s youngest son Prince Daeron vexed his father in like manner. Though betrothed to Lady Olenna Redwyne of the Arbor when both of them were nine, Prince Daeron repudiated the match in 246, when he was eighteen … though in his case, there appears to have been no other woman, for Daeron remained unwed throughout the remainder of his short life. A born soldier who rejoiced in tournament and battle, he preferred the companionship of Ser Jeremy Norridge, a dashing young knight who had been with the prince since the two of them were squires together at Highgarden.”

- Renly Baratheon & Loras: “When the sun has set, no candle can replace it.”

- Xaro Xhoan Daxos: “I may be a young girl, but I am not so foolish as to wed a man who finds a fruit platter more enticing than my breast. I saw which dancers you were watching.” Xaro wiped away his tear. “The same ones Your Grace was following, I believe. You see, we are alike.”

- Lyn Corbray: “Ser Lyn is a man of simple tastes, my Sweetling. All he likes is gold and boys and killing.”

- Jon Connington: “I rose too high, loved too hard, dared too much. I tried to grasp a star, overreached, and fell.”