5 Social Justice Issues Bi-Curious Superman Would Be Better Off Pursuing Than Textbook Wokeism

5 Social Justice Issues Bi-Curious Superman Would Be Better Off Pursuing Than Textbook Wokeism


Superman came out as bisexual this week. Congrats?

On Monday, the series publisher revealed the son of Lois Lane and Clark Kent, Jon, who has launched his own career as Superman, will strike up a romantic relationship with a male companion next issue in November. Rather than pair the chiseled dark-haired flying knight with a comic book version of James Bond, Jon Kent will fall in love with a pink-haired journalist named Jay Nakamura.

Superman comes out as bisexual; ‘not a gimmick,’ writer says https://t.co/jet8kUvsJu pic.twitter.com/e3Oje2bKae

— Reuters (@Reuters) October 12, 2021

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While the fictional hero’s novel sexuality grabbed headlines, his transformation from a patriotic paladin draped in the red, white, and blue into a champion for left-wing causes is far more noteworthy. Below

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