-Girl with cool hair
-Girl with the cool pink bell collar
-Girl wearing zōri
-Girl with pink headband
-Girl with green eyes
-That one chick with the floral pinwheel
-The person that was gay for the magician
-Girl with choppy bangs
-Girl who asked if Saihara was insecure about himself and recommended aikido to him because it made her happy
Tenko tried to convince Himiko the entire time that her trick was too dangerous, and that she shouldn’t go through with it. During the trick, she got really worried alongside Gonta and the two rushed forwards to save her.
She’s also hurt when Himiko dumps her to hang with Angie
….It’s p obvious that she’s gay for our little magician
During the fall 2015 and spring 2016 television season, an estimated 242 characters died. About 10 percent were LGBTQ women.
As Vox’s Caroline Framke writes, queer women are all too used to seeing themselves killed off on television. For decades, gay and bisexual characters have met a series of unfortunate ends, usually in service of moving the plot forward, crushing the spirits of the partners they leave behind, or just making a straight person feel bad.
This bleak tradition of queer women dying on TV, aptly titled the “Bury Your Gays” trope, began even before television sets were a staple in American homes. Watch the video above to learn more about the fascinating history of “Bury Your Gays.”