Gone Home is currently on sale for $3.50 at GOG.com. It's a nice little game and at such a discount, I definitely recommend picking it up if you haven't played it yet.
On Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Rosa came out as bi recently. She hasn't always had the best taste in men (her first onscreen boyfriend was nice but the second one was awful), so I hope we'll get to see a sample of what her taste in women is like.
B99 is also a really good comedy and that's one more reason to watch it now.
There is a Japanese band called Scandal and their new song called Koisuru Universe is about love. The video and music is about loving someone regardless of gender. People should check it out. They have been my favorite band for years. There songs are the best.
Has anyone played GRIMGRIMOIRE?
I wonder if the yuri (even in subtext) is good.
I'm thinking about grabbing it.
Pretty yuri. Also beyond subtext. Pretty much one girl invites the other one to the bed since she needs love to live.
The girl doesn't care much about the boy either, since she says he's just a player.
A shame Vanillaware never did yuri again. We need more yuri in niche games.
I have been recently watching Marvel's Runaways TV show. It has a lesbian romance in it and is good to watch if anyone is interested in super hero shows. Honestly, I only watched it because of the lesbian romance. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) But I did enjoy some of the story of the show.
Looking through the list, under games the Mass Effect series needs to have Mass Effect: Andromeda added, featuring BioWare's usual variety of romance options, including lesbian/bisexual ones.
And while Star Wars: The Old Republic initially avoided same sex relationships, these have been available since its expansions, first only as short flings with side characters, but later also including proper relationships with actual companions.
A couple of additions more:
Unrequited yuri crush in Sailor Nothing (and a yuri relationship mentioned at the end)
Eventual yuri relationship between two main characters in the second book of Anachronauts, Forsaken Shores.
Ans since I'm on my Stefan Gagne trip already, also Arcade Spirits to the VN section.
Played Empathy: Path of Whispers and it had surprise lesbians with a role that was more important than I expected. It's about the collapse of society, so definitely not a feel-good game. Unfortunately, the ending is vague (and confusing in some parts) and we don't find out what happened to any of the characters, including the lesbians. Presumably both of them are still alive, but they were separated during a riot and their daughter is dead. I'd still recommend it to people who like games where you walk around and find out what happened like The Vanishing of Ethan Carter or Dear Esther.