Frank's relationship with reporter Zoe Barnes in Season 1 is physical but highly calculated, and he is open with his wife about the dalliance and its value to their long-term political objectives.Tyrell's sexuality has never been explicitly stated, but he often uses sex in order to reach his goals and seems pretty comfortable kissing and performing sex acts with both women and men.
Develops romantic feelings for his male best friend Connor Stevens early in the show.
In season 2, after mixed signals and Connor coming out as gay himself, the two begin dating.
Though Frank is married to a woman, Claire Underwood, their relationship is depicted as a political and emotional alliance to which sex is essentially peripheral.
It isn't until Season 2, when a male third party is involved, that any intercourse is implied.
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Has notable relationships with Mia and Abigail over the course of the first season, at the end of which he begins to question his feelings for best friend Christian and, subsequently, his sexuality as a whole.
In the second half of season two he starts seeing his tutor, Ollie; when Sammy tells his friends they're together, he states, "I didn't say I was gay, I just have a boyfriend" in response to Ben making a comment about having "the best gaydar."Originally began to question her sexuality once she fell her in love with her female best friend Karma Ashcroft.
Bryan Fuller has repeatedly referred to her as bisexual.
When Charlie first arrived in the Bay, Channel Seven described her as having a "bone to pick and the prowess to do it" in reference to her father's relationship with Morag Bellingham (Cornelia Frances), which Charlie disapproved of because her mother had only recently died.
Bo is a succubus, a Fae that survives by feeding from life force and the energy created from sex with males or females.