No, I'm referring solely to the trailers. That they chose to put up front and center the sexual orientation of two girls without development is evidence enough. I won't have a problem with the full game because it will be afforded development. To use trailers, which are minutes long, to pull that into focus from the get go is very telling. Riley and Ellie had hours of development, whereas Dina (who nobody knew nor cared about) was used as nothing but a vessel to demonstrate Ellie's orientation. If you can't see that difference, I don't know what to tell you.