At the age of 18 months, Peek could read both of the open... Russell Ballard, excerpted from "Counseling with Your Councils" - Recently, the Church announced that in 2018 "Teaching of the Prophets" manuals will no longer be used in Relief Society or priesthood meetings. (If they're asexual with one exception, it's Single-Target Sexuality.) A romantic rationalization that removes (or tries to remove) potential squick from a non-standard attraction (Brother Sister Incest, Mayfly December Romance, homosexual for an otherwise heterosexual character or vice versa, etc.) often uses this phrase. Russell Ballard, excerpted from "Counseling with Your Councils" - Recently, the Church announced that in 2018 "Teaching of the Prophets" manuals will no longer be used in Relief Society or priesthood meetings.Instead, ward leaders will be able to choose general conference talks and gospel topics to prepare lessons tailored to their ward's needs.When this trope is deployed between, for example, a straight man and a Transsexual woman, it has Unfortunate Implications for what the authors think of her gender. Dear stranger who disciplined my kiddo at the playground today, Woah woah woah, lemme get this straight. Does that give you the right to talk to him sternly and tell him to knock it off? Or doing anything that he shouldn’t be doing that’s bothering someone else.I’m not saying you have the right to touch him in any way or yell at him uncontrollably (only I’m allowed to do that), but please feel free to tell him to stop being a jerkwad if he’s not waiting his turn to do the monkey bars.
The film was Rain Man , and the inspiration behind it was Laurence Kim Peek.
This trope can be diametrically opposed to No Bisexuals, which assumes that a given character can only be either heterosexual or homosexual with no exceptions; or cut down in the middle 50/50 in terms of attraction.
A likely requirement for any non-bisexual person in a relationship with a Gender Bender. In the case of a homosexual pairing it can result in a limited form of Last Het Romance if the relationship sticks.
When it's made explicit, it's usually referred by "We're Not Gay We Just Love Each Other" (WNGWJLEO) in ficdom, where it's often criticized for its perceived homophobia (as such, it's now an almost thoroughly Discredited Trope in Slash Fic).
Since it often preludes a first kiss or actual sex, it's extremely common with "pure" characters who the writers are otherwise hesitant to show having an explicit interest in sexuality.