Superman Comes Out As Bisexual In New Comic

Superman Comes Out As Bisexual In New Comic

With the latest batches of Comic Book Characters being re-envisioned, the latest superhero to get a make-over is none other than Superman. No, it’s not Clark Kent, so no steamy 3 some scenes with Lois Lane. This is their son Superman: Son of Kal-El.

Former Superman actor Dean Cain shared his thoughts recently to Fox News. Speaking on “Fox & Friends First” Tuesday, Cain, who portrayed the Man of Steel for four seasons on the 1993 TV series “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,” shared his thoughts on the idea, noting that he doesn’t believe a bisexual Superman is anything particularly groundbreaking. 

“They said it’s a bold new direction. I say they’re bandwagoning,” Cain added.

On “Good Morning Britain,” Biggins, who is gay, said that he wasn’t in favor of turning Superman into a bisexual man. Instead, he argued that representation for the LGBTQ+ community should come in the form of a new, original character. 

Trans producer Jaclyn Moore Triggered by Dave Chappelle

Trans producer Jaclyn Moore Triggered by Dave Chappelle

One of Netflix’s many Liberal Producers Jaclyn Moore was recently triggered by Dave Chappelle’s new comedy special “The Closer”, which she argues included “transphobic comments.” She posted to Twitter that she would no longer work with Netflix following the 6th special by Dave Chappelle. It’s ironic that she only seems to object to the 6th special with the other 5 specials full of jokes of Dave Chappelle attacking white people. The comedian has built his career on white people jokes.

Now, Moore is speaking up about why she finds the streamer more at fault than the comedian behind the controversial routine.

“I want to be clear that Dave Chappelle should be free to say whatever he wants and I should be free to say whatever I would like about him. Not to let Chappelle off the hook, but my bigger issue is with Netflix. This isn’t a live special. It was filmed, finished and people watched it and nobody said, ‘Hey, are we sure this is good? Are we sure this is OK? Are we sure this isn’t dangerous? What are the consequences of putting this out?’” she said in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter.