Gay Superheroes

With the loss of the only gay male lead in a mainstream comic book series, it leaves a hole in the social consciousness of America. If mainstream studios won't create comic books with gay leading characters, then it's up to independent authors to create them.
Superman didn't start off the weakest player on a girls soccer team like you, and Lois Lane and Wonder Woman don't worry their bottom lip over hot-faced crushes on older girls on their bus. Only straight people are superheroes.
In the land of DC Comics, even superheroes are on Grindr. Midnighter, a character who reportedly first appeared in the DC
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Where are the gay superheroes? Surely we have more to be heroic about than the average crusader. In this edition of Weeklings!, I discuss "gay superpowers" that I'd love a gay superhero to have. And get this: Some of them pertain to all of us -- and to you too, Gwyneth Paltrow.
One same-sex couple took their love of "Astonishing X-Men" comics to an entire new level by re-creating the now-iconic gay
We are not the mainstream. That's a truth understood by anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered or
The few female superheroes that I grew up with in the '80s all had several things in common: they were beautiful, they were powerful and they were straight.
Count DC Entertainment's Alan Scott as the latest addition to the growing pantheon of gay superheroes. Formally known as the Green Lantern of DC's parallel universe, Earth-Two, Scott will shine his light as the leader of Earth-Two's premier super-squad, the Justice Society.
Earlier this month, Marvel Comics announced that its first openly gay hero, super speedster Northstar, would tie the knot
DC Comics has produced some of the comic book world's most iconic superheroes, including Superman, Wonder Woman and others
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