Posted by on October 10, 2021 11:27 am
Originally From: Pink News

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There aren’t many LGBT+ superheroes in films, and fans probably wish for Marvel to include more of its queer comic moments on screen.

In recent years fans have witnessed the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) turning its focus towards inclusion and diversifying its content.

But somehow in a world of skintight and sometimes camp costumes, LGBT+ representation has been virtually nonexistent. Loki was confirmed as the first canonically bisexual MCU hero in June, 13 years after Iron Man launched the MCU and a decade after Loki’s introduction in Thor.

Loki will soon be joined by more openly queer heroes. Eternals is set to introduce the MCU’s first openly gay superhero Phastos, along with his husband and child, and next year’s Thor: Love and Thunder is set to explore Valkyrie’s bisexuality and show


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