Waverly had a boyfriend until she met Officer Nicole Haught.
Annaliese Stilman, the head of Wendy's university department.
Annaliese, however, is more open about who they are to each other.
One of the first shows on TV about Polyamory, this hilariously, awkward dramedy details the ups and downs that can ensue from such an arrangement.
In season 1, Emma and Jack are married and in an attempt to spice things up they decide to hire and escort (Izzy).
Verity mentions that she is gay in a conversation about her distrust of religion due to the fact she was sent to a conversion camp when she was younger.
Deran is in the closet in the beginning of the series but comes out to his brother later on. The two are in a secret relationship, but Deran destroys it and doesn't face his feelings until it's too late.
As a couple they are known by the fan portmanteau "Wayhaught". After a cocaine-snorting lesbian sex tryst that was secretly videotaped, she was blackmailed into spying on her employer. Taylor Mason is the first gender neutral character on mainstream North American television. Wozniak is the corrupt commander of the 64th Precinct, and the main target in an FBI anti-corruption investigation. Introduced in Season 2, Maggie Sawyer is a police detective and a lesbian.
She was not seen again in the series after being caught snooping by a coworker. He has a wife and hides his bisexuality from everyone. He struggled with his sexuality until he met Magnus. Alex Danvers is the adopted sister of Supergirl and works at the DEO; she comes out as a lesbian in Season 2 and becomes involved with Maggie.
Elias Harper is an openly gay man of the Quantico trainees. She left him because she had fallen in love with a woman.