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Marvel Comics introduces homosexual Spider-Man character named 'Web-Weaver' (www.lifesitenews.com)

‘His fearlessly femme identity is central to who he is,’ say’s comic book author Steve Foxe.

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Steven Casteel
Steven Casteel
1 month ago

Why does gay spider-man do the stereotypical feminine hip lean, wear girl eye liner, and have girly sleeves?

Why can’t gay spider-man just be a normal masculine dude who likes dick?

Look, if there’s a multiverse, then there is gonna be a gay spider-man. But I can’t have suspension of disbelief in this fictional world when there is an obvious agenda instead of things happening naturally.

I’m half joking. I actually suspect the gay route really is degenerate, but there’s a difference from being gay and being a trend following faggot. I can hear the lisp now…

Joy
Joy
1 month ago
Reply to  Steven Casteel

I don’t know a single gay person in real life who dresses the way they are always portrayed in media. If I were a gay man, I’d be insulted by these portrayals.

imtrash
imtrash
1 month ago
Reply to  Steven Casteel

look for the designer of the character. I guarantee it is a self insert.

And yes, the lisp is there

LJRomub
LJRomub
1 month ago

Huh, so what does he do? Hunt kids, tie em up and make em listen to drag queen hour? 😬

Bruno
Bruno
1 month ago

I thought the uniform was a luxury! But seriously, why portray all homosexuals as effeminate and brightly colored?

imtrash
imtrash
1 month ago
Reply to  Bruno

He is a fashion designer (not a joke), I guess a hair dresser was the back up choice