In "The Wizard of Oz", the Scarecrow says " Some people go both ways!"
Dorothy then says something about him making up his mind and he says "Thats's the problem! I can't make up my mind"
It's then followed by a lot of innuendo where the Scarecrow talks about getting nailed in the back, and flipping and "I just keep picking it up and putting it back in again."
He was a friend of Dorothy.
Oooooooh! So that's where that saying comes from, R1!!!
There's a "corn hole" joke here somewhere, but I'm too lazy to go for it.
Never struck me as being gay.
Now Two-Face, OTOH, is totally bi.
Well, didn't Dorothy find the Scarecrow on a pole?
He was a good dancer.
Scarecrow was bi. The Cowardly Lion was, of course, a big screaming queen (or, in his terminology, "just a dandy lion"). The Tin Woodman was somewhat confused, I think. He had fallen in love, chastely, with a girl (back when he was human), but he was clearly rather light in his loafers. He would make a marvelous husband to a young lady, so long as you don't mind separate bedrooms.
Friends of Dorothy, all of 'em.
Boy oh boy, I would have NEVER taken the part if he was.
There was a lot going on in that bunkhouse.
He definitely had a thing for Dorothy, making him an hebephile.