Just went through the #dragonage tag. Some of y’all need to seriously calm down. I think a lot of what Gaider says gets taken out of context? I think what he meant was that Dorian is the first gay character he has been able to write, and as a gay man that means something to him. I don’t think the comment was meant to be biphobic at all. Was it poorly worded? Yes, but I don’t think it was intentionally said to hurt any feelings. He’s written several bisexual characters in this franchise, and I don’t particularly see him the type to go and bash his own work.
Anyway, if your problem is that you can no longer go the route you wish you could with Dorian- do it on a second (or third/fourth/side by side) playthrough. It’s likely we’ll all have to make adjustments in some way or another. I myself have tried not getting to attached to any particular theoretical Inquisitor yet and have just been polishing/smoothing out my prior Wardens and Hawkes (Hawkes espcially, I am not as solid with them despite having beaten the game more times than Origin…its more about settling on my canon runs).