Characters like this, that all the other characters are attracted to, are actually a pet-peeve of mine, but it is important to the plot. I’m wondering how to make it work, and what makes the typical archetype annoying to people. My character is a gay dancer. He was bullied a lot as a child. Because of this, he is very insecure about his looks and sexuality, despite having grown up to become “ridiculously and unnecessarily attractive” (quoting another character). He gets a big part in a huge ballet production, and a lot of the other dancers, that he initially auditioned with for a smaller part, think he only got the part because the choreographer wants to sleep with him (which he does). He becomes surrounded by people either jealous of him, or wanting to sleep with him. He then struggles with mental exhaustion as he is hurt by people he thought cared about him, while trying hard to prove himself as a dancer. The story has a pretty vast array of main characters, so he’s not the only one the reader has to deal with. But on that quick description, does he sound like that annoying type of character? I'm on the fence about it, as people aren't exactly lining up to die for him, but they are to get into his pants.