Liara T'Soni: *hugs Jane from behind and rubs her breast and gropes her butt*Don't worry, I still love you Jane,I've never wanted to be with John. I'm way better than those 4. I'm your Shadow Broker and I'd also gave you to Cerberus to be brought back to life. And beside once we be together we be married,have beautiful blue children and have lots of sex and taking over the crime syndicate. Once we both die we will be together forever.
I never understood Jack. I mean I figured if anyone of those girls was down with the bi thing it would be her...I mean seriously...Oh and maybe Miranda...she just seems the type to do it to piss off daddy...and she's a spy...spies will sleep with whoever they have to.
Didn't think Tali and Miranda had a female romance option. I knew Jack didn't (I checked with my Femshep).
I think Cortez in the third one is the only M/M option in the series (and the hysteria that spawned). For F/F the only option in One was Liara. Other than Kelly (who I accidentally let die) I don't know who else was a F/F option in Two. Don't know about Three; Liara probably, Aria maybe, the IGN reporter maybe (gee... how much did they promise EA for THAT to happen?)
In the initial stage development of the game ME1 and ME2, Ash, Tali and Miranda would be bisexual, but BioWare delete this option. In Me3 F/F option - Samantha Traynor, Liara, Kelly, Diana Allers. M/M option - Cortez and Kaidan (in fact, it turns out that he is bisexual).
He must have got hit harder on the head than we thought if he suddenly became bi.
Having gay and bi options is fine, but averages are only 1 in 10, they really don't need to make every second character bi/ gay. I'm also curious about whether bi is as common as straight up gay. I think its more a guy fantasy that many women are bi rather than have any basis in reality. Of course, this game already has no basis in reality, so what has that to do with anything?
Naturally the Asari only being female are complete exceptions.
Then there is the question of whether some of the species are even compatible. Asari don't need physical sex for reproduction, so from their perspective its all cool, but it may be less cool for everyone else. It seems to me for example, that it is rather unlikely a Turian would have the same parts as a human, making such a relationship purely platonic.
At least they don't do the Star Trek thing - except for the Asari and their unique reproduction method - they don't claim that everyone can reproduce with everyone.