Orphan Black is a Canadian science fiction television series starring the amazing Tatiana Maslany as several identical people who are clones. Cosima Niehaus is a lesbian geek clone who just wants to make crazy science.
“My sexuality is not the most interesting thing about me,” is an actual thing Cosima said in the second season of this show, but the show had been saying it without words since the introduction of Cosima’s character.
When it became clear that all the clones were being given monitors disguised as love interests, and Cosima suspected hers was a woman she met in the lab, no one blinks twice. Sarah doesn’t drop the phone and demand an explanation, she just tells Cosima to be careful.
When Delphine starts falling for Cosima, she only fights it for a minute, before admitting sexuality a spectrum and that Cosima could swing just about anyone to her side of it. Their relationship becomes so central to the storyline, that Delphine’s love for Cosima is actually used against her at the end of Season 2.
Season 2 also introduced Tony, a clone who is also a transman. He was met with mixed response by the fans (I blame the mullet more than anything) but it was another way of showing that just because they shared the same genetic material at conception doesn’t mean they did by the time they were born; they might all look the same, but the clones are as different from each other as anyone else.