I do think lesbians are next on the purity spiral and I think the hilarity on the internet may be better than when the gays were told "but you're still a man and therefore problematic" because they'll not be as prepared for it.edit: Owl House is a bit better but it has a similar problem because the more the show focuses on Amity's feelings for Luz, the less she becomes her own character. Remember how she was bullying her "best friend" throughout their childhoods "for her own good", yet she gets conveniently forgiven off-screen because she's Luz' "awesome girlfriend" now? She calls Willow and Gus her "friends" but we never see them doing anything together? Once again a lesbian character faces no consequences for treating people like crap because "that would be problematic, lgbtkkk is absolutely perfect and can do no wrong uwu #RainbowEntitlement ".
The amount of lesbians I've seen online in the wake of MeToo and its ilk discussing how men are predatory due to things like being older than the women they target, more successful, established within the social circle involved etc. while they themselves are also being guilty of the exact same shit is extensive and none of them seem to have realised that they're next on the list.
Amity's going to be problematic in a decade at most.