Hello, I am a bi person writing a bi main co-protag in a dystopian future, around 2150-2160. The character's sexuality is the least of her issues she needs to worry about. So, she doesn't explicitly wonder if she's bi or not because she doesn't really care. She's also not sexually mature for her age (14.5) so it doesn't occur to her to consider if what she feels is attraction or not, and she doesn't have any sexual fantasies because she isn't aware what she's feeling is sexual attraction. That being said, some may think I'm queerbaiting because her first romantic interest is a lesbian, but the bi girl ends up with a guy while the lesbian ends up with another lesbian. I also don't go out of my way to use the word bisexual. Do straight people need me to be upfront about a character's queerness to understand they are queer? Does it need to be explicitly stated to count as representation?