>>79961765>out of spite>If I don't like something, no-one else can like it either, and if they claim to like it they're lying out of spite
Lel, such salt in your butthurt
Surely you recognise that tortured villain-hero romances with all dat sweet forbidden yet intense passion and all those conflicting feelings are really popular stories, that a lot of people find appealing and interesting? And also romances where a villain is inspired to rethink their choices and values and redeems themselves as a result of the love?
Also, a higher probablility than the standard 3% doesn't result in someone being definitely gay. Even if it was 90% likely (which it's not) he might still have a one in ten shot of being straight which is more than triple the normal odds for someone being gay, so in the end he is what Disney says he is, and I doubt they'll make him gay, given how he showed clear romantic interest in Anna before he grew annoyed at her whimsies.
Also I have no idea what you're talking about with "the name referring to a bisexual man"? This is hilarious, please elaborate