Actual bisexual stereotypes are generally limited to glam rockers, hippies, swingers and other flamboyant presentations of alternative sexuality.
So in the end it's likely that Bob or Alice Bisexual will be outed in passing.
Compare Ambiguously Bi, where things are more, well, ambiguous.
is a Japanese high school baseball manga by Mitsuru Adachi.
On the weekends and days off, she wears a short black peacoat, a white scarf, and white pants, along with her black boots.
With my father's death, I lost my purpose in life... At school and in Tartarus, she wears the Gekkoukan High uniform with personal effects: no jacket, a white blouse, and black knee-high high-heeled boots.
The manga was also adapted into a 101-episode anime television series Touch follows the twin brothers Tatsuya and Kazuya Uesugi and the girl next door they grew up with and both grew to love, Minami Asakura.
She previously wore a red ribbon with a green gem, a white puffy blouse, a red skirt, white stockings, and brown shoes.
In her middle school years, she is seen wearing the standard summer school uniform and a black sweater vest.
As they move from middle school to Meisei High School Kazuya devotes himself to being the ace pitcher of the baseball club and bringing the team to the Koshien, the national high school baseball tournament, fulfilling a childhood promise to Minami.
Tatsuya leads a more frivolous life, avoiding conflict with his dear brother in sports or over their shared affection for Minami.