Young Boys In Danger As Marvel Looks To Taint Superheroes

Children across the nation put on their capes and masks and fly across their front yards.

Pretending to be their favorite superhero, kids emanate the valiant character and selfless heroism that have come to be admired in popular personas.

Sadly, just as the LGBT agenda has infiltrated the classroom, it now is looking to dismantle the comic arena by forcing a lifestyle on the most innocent of genres.

The Conservative Tribune reported:

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige recently confirmed to The Playlist that not one, but two, openly gay characters would be coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.”

Liberal’s response was, of course, along the lines of “it’s about time”, thinking that diversity means injecting alternative lifestyles into every nook and cranny of culture.

More objectively minded individuals saw this move as a point of advertisement and appeal, looking to please the squeaky wheel in the media, that is the LGBT community.

According to the Conservative Tribune, it was just this past May that the aggressive Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLADD) publicly reprimanded Marvel Studios for lacking in homosexual characters.

Being only a couple months after GLAAD’s interference in Marvel’s stellar lineup, it is no coincidence that Feige announced they are caving into the demands.

This is not the first time huge companies are bullied into making major moves that show support to the LGBT community, and it won’t be the last.

How such a small percentage of the population gained so much power in society is beyond logical understanding.

One’s sexuality has never been a concern in the comic books. There is little emphasis on romantic relationships in general when it comes to the superhero realm.

The male to male relationships that you do see in the comic books are generally healthy friendships, strengthened by camaraderie and a unified cause.

Captain America has a close and binding relationship with his best friend Bucky, while Batman doesn’t do much his pal Alfred doesn’t know about.

D.C. Comics have definitely been a front-runner in making superheroes have an alternative lifestyle, but they have not been as successful on the big screen as Marvel Studios.

Indie Wire reported:

Marvel has produced 48 movies, which grossed $11.8 billion in North America. DC has 29 movies, totaling just under $6.7 billion.”

Speaking of financial gain, it is not economically sound to introduce homosexual characters into a generally “clean” cast of characters.

Approximately half of the nation is conservative politically, with a trend of increasing Republican voters from 1992-2016, according to Pew Research Center.

Many of Marvel moviegoers are not going to appreciate an added element of homosexuality to storylines that once were about world peace, honor, and respect.

In addition, it makes the new LGBT influenced character a token individual, making their only role on the team to represent a specific “class.”

The Conservative Tribune reported:

They could give a superhero the most compelling and best-written backstory and have it portrayed by the world’s greatest actor, and people would still summarily dismiss the character as “the gay superhero.”

This does a disservice to the superhero, as well as to the movie as a whole. It looks to change the motive and theme of a tried and true approach.

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In 2019, there are a few big name Marvel movies coming out, most notable X-Men: Dark Phoenix and Captain Marvel.

Marvel Studios has not made it clear which movies the homosexual characters are supposed to make an appearance in, or in which comic they are going to be placed.

We will know soon enough where they look to pull off their politically correct feat, and how it affects their box office outcome.

The American culture is inundated with morally explicit material, from gay television stars to reality shows featuring transgender young adults.

Those in the mainstream media are looking to normalize apprehensible acts and relationships that don’t promote traditional family values.

It is sad that our young boys, who look up to honorable characters like Captain America and Thor, will now have to either be subjected to a forced agenda or deterred from their favorite comics.

Please let us know in the comments section what you think about Marvel’s introduction to homosexual superheroes, and how that may change the scene for years to come.