Lead Character in ‘The 100’ is 100 Percent Bisexual

Television is about to have a new show with the lead character as openly bisexual. clarke-lexa

The CW’s  The 100 had the lead character is last week’s episode, Clarke Griffin (Eliza Taylor), kiss commander of the Grounders, Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey). That lead the creator of the show, Jason Rothenberg, to Tweet out:

“Clarke is a bisexual character. Remember that in this society, noone’s worried about it. They’re worried about spears to the chest.

The Hundred, as it is pronounced,  is a post-apocalyptic drama that started last year, and is based on a book of the same name.

Mike Szymanski
Mike Szymanski has written about bisexual issues since 1989 and has one of the longest-running regular bisexual columns as the National Bisexuality Examiner. He came out as bisexual in a cover story of Genre magazine, which resulted in more than 50 television appearances, including Ricki Lake, Phil Donahue Show and 20/20. Szymanski won the Lambda Literary Award in 2007 for co-authoring an informative humor book “The Bisexual’s Guide to the Universe: Quips, Tips and Lists for Those Who Go Both Ways.” Write him at [email protected]