Some even tried to offer advice, saying: “What if you just tried to stop being rainbows? Like not stop, but try to, I swear god will love you. Please just try to focus more on YOU and instead of dating ur same sex date the opposite sex.

“Open minded but against rainbows.”

But it was a response from on particular Instagram user that caused Netflix to snap back. Responding to a reply that said, ‘Get the f**k off my Instagram. Not ever[y] person on the planet is gay. You are trying way too hard,” it showered the comments section with several rainbow emojis and claimed it “couldn’t read [the] comment while surrounded by all these rainbows.”


Fueled by the backlash, Netflix US posted more queer content; this time, from coming-of-age drama Atypical (Netflix US)
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And if that wasn’t enough, just a couple of hours later, the social media team behind the account posted a still from Atypical characters Casey and Izzie from the penultimate episode in the show’s second season.

 While the pair haven’t been explicitly linked romantically in the show, fans have been picking up on their chemistry for a while. In the season finale, they hold hands in a scene that makes it pretty obvious there’s something more than friendship on the cards for these two.
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