It doesn't show up in that many shows, anon. /co/ just acts like it does. Even when it does show up, most of the time it's minor or one-off characters. Sometimes it's not, and that's ok
That 3.5% is the amount of people who are open about it, or at least comfortable enough to admit it in a survey. It's believed by sociologists that there are far more closeted homosexuals than there are open ones. The exact amount is impossible to calculate, but lgbt people definitely represent more than 3.5%.>>111064049
2% of the world population, but around 4-6% in much of the western world, who are the largest cartoon consumers. Red also makes for a more vivid design than most other colors, so it makes sense that artists gravitate towards it. I mean, look at Frankie or Betty - nobody's hair is THAT red, it just looks good.