In reply to dylan1234
Love the show love Blake and yang don't mind the ship but for me the show has done nothing to suggest that Blake is gay or even curious tbh .
WARNING CONTROVERSIAL CONTENT, PERSONAL OPINION.
In the case of me mistinterpreting the scriptwriters, I apologize and refer to my right to err.
I believe the Bumlebee-Supporters have boarded a ghost ship.
(1) Blake is the only one of the for main characters who does not have a solo trailer. Instead she is paired with Adam, a man.
This does not necessarily mean, that it is romatic, but if you want to remove all reference to professional partnership from the equation then you also have to do this when supporting Bumblebee.
(2) There are strong indications that she had a full ship with Adam (presumably far beyond kissing) (no hard evidence though)
(3) She blocked Ilija, Together with (2) there are strong indications that she preferred Adam over Ilija, no person who prefers women would do that.
(4) She does not block Sun, they are now in the range of unconscious physical reaction (blushing to romantic suggestion) This is the second or third most highprofile romantic reaction in the whole show (topped only by solved Arkos and depending on how you interpret Winters double stage eye-opener with subsequent ballista bolt launch). It would be cruel not to block Sun, if she had an incompatible sexual orientation
(5) Sun has "mother's seal of approval" which is a high profile milestone in fiction writing.
(6) There was no indication in the last two volumes that Blake missed Yang more than the other teammates.
(7) The dance ... Interpreting going with one person, performing the first dance with this person and then COMPLETELY switching over to another person shows as love interest in the first person is -errr- stalker-think. You should actually book Blake a minus on politeness for this rudeness. She should have given the person who invited her, much more attention, said "thank you" and only then moved on.
(8) If someone would do this to you (whatever the sexual orientation). Dump you after the first duty dance and go off with another person for the rest of the party ... If you had a real love interest you would get hit emotionally - the hard way. With her character Yang would have gone "red eye" and given Glynda something to clean up.
So to get this Bumblebee you have to dissolve two seasons of progress in Blacksun, some strange Bumblebeeers seem to have suggested killing off Sun in other threads. If you believe this is what it takes to get your preferred romantic partner docked. then you are already a subconscious Blacksun follower, because Blake will drop Sun if she has an incompatible sexual orientation.
Then you would have to retcon Blakes record of romantic relationshíps, she actually has one, contrary to most other characters.
Most realistic option is to give Blake the "B" allowing a secoond unopposed romantic dock point, but this is not Bumblebee, but some polystuff.
Another option is to "T" Yang, resulting in Bumbledrone, but I surmise this would not have a lot of followers.
And now that there is a declared "L" available, I would suggest to redirect.
Yang is indeed the most likely candidate of the four main characters to also declare "L".
Ruby is too young to ship her, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Age_of_consent
Weiss is leaning towards men (although only slightly, accepted one invitation, followed through)