Well we did not see this one happening now did we?!
Alan Scott AKA The Green Lantern was originally a married father of two, whose son was previously written as gay.
BUT, because the super has been youthfully revamped, Scott’s family life was nixed and writer James Robinson suggested Scott be gay instead.
Robinson recently expressed:
“The only downside of his being young was we lose his son, Obsidian, who’s gay. So I thought, ‘Why not make Alan Scott gay?’ That was the seed that started it… It’s a realistic depiction of society, you have to move with the times.
I hope he’s a positive figure. If there’s some kind of kid out there who’s reading the comic and who’s worried about the person he is, maybe it will give him a positive sense of who he is. Or maybe a different kid will read it and decide I don’t need to bully some kind of kid in school.”
But this has not please every one as small religious group who likes to inflate their popularity by calling themselves One Million Moms will have LOTS ofhateful words to spew about DC’s decision.
But then Robinson has some choice words of his own: “We should be preaching love and tolerance.”
All the way back in the 90′s Jerry Falwell, an evangelical fundamentalist, said he was positive that the purple Teletubby was gay.
Here’s what he said exactly:
“He is purple – the gay pride color; and his antenna is shaped like a triangle – the gay-pride symbol. Role modelling the gay lifestyle is damaging to the moral lives of children.”
The lady that played the yellow Teletubbies called Laa-Laa is saying that none of the Teletubbies were gay.
Here’s what she said regarding the former ignorant statements:
“I think it’s embarrassing for the people who said it. What kind of person can take the obvious innocence and turn it intosomething else? We were hardly sexual beings.”
During her ten years as Laa-Laa, the BBC popular show fought rumours of gay undertones.
Carly Rae Jepsen has siad that she does not care weather you are gay,straight, or bi.
She recently oped up about the topic and she talked about her feelings about homosexuality.
“You know, acceptance has never even been a question to me. I’ve grown up knowing it’s just the way things should be. When we shot the Call Me Maybe video, we weren’t even thinking the ending was not normal. I have so many gay friends that I love. It’s a regular thing. And if my video is encouraging that mind frame with other children and other people — well, it’s about time, I guess!”
This is so good shes getting more and more famous and her saying this will inspire other people.
Keep it up Carly!!