As a preface to this entire thread, all comments need to be made in a respectful manner, regardless of your opinion of LGBTQ+ inclusion. There's not much in the way of LGBTQ+ inclusion in the source material, unfortunately. Yes, there are two named gay male characters (Algarin Pendaloan and Lord Baldhere), and there's references to female/female relationships in Pillow Friends and the like, but even those are seen as existing only when men aren't available. Robert Jordan himself stated that homosexual relationships are just taken "as a matter of course", which leads me to believe that a lot of these relationships existed, but they weren't featured at all in the books, which is disappointing. What changes do you think could be made in the television adaptation to improve upon LGBTQ+ representation?