William F. Buckley claimed that “Hominterns,” a play-on word for Cominterns (members of Communist International) were subverting American culture with homosexual undertones, and he used the campy 1966 Batman and Robin television series as an example. Although some laughed at Buckley at the time and chalked it up to latent McCarthyism, there’s no doubt today that such media portrayals laid the groundwork for the normalization of homosexuality.
Hominterns continue to inject homosexual propaganda into American media to reach into the minds of young people, and even treasured cultural icons are getting gay makeovers.
The latest superhero to go gay is Sony’s Spider-Man.
We Got This, a Hollywood outlet that is right far more than it is wrong, reports…
“We Got This Covered has been informed by our sources – the same ones who told us a She-Hulk show was coming to Disney Plus back in April and that Taskmaster would be the villain in Black Widow – that the studio is developing a live-action Spider-Verse movie. As you’d expect, the hook would be that it would unite Holland with his predecessors, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. We’re also hearing that Sony is particularly keen on getting Garfield back, as they want to portray his version of the hero as bisexual and give him a boyfriend in the film.”
Andrew Garfield said back in 2013 that he would like to make Spiderman gay and would do anything possible to make it happen.
The publication writes, “Not to mention it would also gel with where we last saw his character. You’ll recall that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ended with the death of Gwen Stacey. Obviously, Peter Parker usually moves on with Mary Jane Watson. But why not give him a male partner instead?”
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