Marvel Universe to Feature First On-Screen Gay Superhero Kiss

While we shouldn’t be entirely surprised that a movie franchise built upon the novelty of men who wear their underpants on the outside of their tights is pushing a homosexual agenda, it’s sad for many who considered Marvel’s universe a safe space for children and families. Marvel has announced the first on-screen gay superhero kiss in its upcoming movie, The Eternals.

Haaz Sleiman is an openly gay Lebanese actor and he just revealed who the first same-sex relationship in the MCU will be. He says…

I just shot a Marvel film with the first openly gay superhero, The Eternals. I’m married to the gay superhero Phastos, played by Atlanta’s Brian Tyree Henry, and we represent a gay family and have a child.

According to Sleiman, the entire production studio was touched by the expression of sodomy.

He said, “Everyone cried on set. For me it’s very important to show how loving and beautiful a queer family can be. Brian Tyree Henry is such a tremendous actor and brought so much beauty into this part, and at one point I saw a child in his eyes, and I think it’s important for the world to be reminded that we in the queer community were all children at one point. We forget that because we’re always depicted as sexual or rebellious. We forget to connect on that human part.”

Likewise, the Thor character, Valkyrie (played by Tessa Thompson), will be getting a queer storyline of her own. The “Thor: Ragnarok” director Taika Waititi insinuated the studio would allow Valkyrie to be “explicitly queer” in the next Thor movie.

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