I don't think anybody in here has intentionally trashed anybody else, and I don't think that's been the goal for any of us. While I respect that people consider homosexuality wrong, I also see how it would be painful to be told, over and over again, that it is 'unhealthy and immoral' to love who you love. It's a two way street, and it's not a simple issue. Yes, some people think it's wrong, but other people don't think it's wrong. As dutch_treat said, what we see on television with regard to this issue is quite often one-sided. That may be true, but I think this is another chance to point out Adam as, I believe, the logical choice if an existing character were to be (in his case) bisexual. Yes, he works for the NYPD, but he's not a cop, he's a scientist. If the show is a fantasy world where crimes can be solved in a day or two, DNA results are almost instantaneous, and even the most dubious of science can solve a case, surely it's the same fantasy world where there is some amount of distance between the cops and the scientists who work with them. While someone like Danny straddles the fence between being a cop like Flack and a scientist like Adam the lab tech, Adam himself isn't a cop. But I digress... Exactly, which is why I think having more non-heterosexual characters in regular/recurring/guest roles would be a good thing. A gay expert they consult from time to time on something, a transgender family member, etc. The same holds true for other groups, not just the GLBT community.