|Yeah - the 'S' does stand for 'straight' - whaddabout it?|
should be portrayed as gay or bisexual. Considering the stushie
that would surely ensue were it suggested that a gay person (real
or fictional) should be 'turned' straight, it was rather a daring (even
impertinent) proposition on his part. That way, he claimed, gay,
bi, or transgendered people would feel more included in society.
Apart from this being rather patronising to the gay, bi and trans-
gendered community (and insulting to the rest of us), I
consider it to be completely unnecessary.
|Superman breaking free - from the 'confines' of his|
traditional hetrosexuality? Seems it's not enough
to be straight these days
give a sh*t, but don't keep bleating on about it. If you don't
insist on making an issue of it everywhere you go, then chances
are that nobody else will either. If someone chapped your door
one night and asked if they could watch you 'at it', you'd quite
rightly chase them away faster than a BARRY ALLEN hand-
job. The fact is, most people just aren't interested in what
you may or may not get up to - they don't want to know -
in real life or comicbooks.
be transformed into a forum or arena for pursuing or pro-
moting any one group's own pet cause or personal interest
- whatever they happen to be and regardless of their sexual,
social, religious or cultural orientation. Militants - what-
ever your 'issues' are - take them elsewhere, huh?
And give the rest of us a break!
Now, who's going to be the first
brave soul to agree with me?