In some ways, Le Fou is the perfect character for Disney to introduce as gay, because he is every mean stereotype that Hollywood has ever made for us.
But that means he isn’t progressive, he isn’t something to be celebrated.
Short three-shot looking at the relationship between Kitty Pryde and Illyana Rasputin, and how life has a way of putting things into perspective for you when you least expect it. Johnny and Daken- against the odds- have found a way to work. When it's too much, the boys consider calling in a professional.
Completely by accident, she had found out something else entirely."Keith? But SHIELD's under new management these days, and when he's approached by the new leader in search of a lethal weapon, his research just might be the answer.
He is a reminder of historical short comings when it comes to representation. Superheros, unless I guess they are Batman, but that’s DC.
Marvel has already made X-Men, which other than being a metaphor for the queer and other minority experiences, has queer characters.
is a perfect opportunity to add in something about queer identity.
Based on a Hans Christian Andersen story, influenced by Divine, and worked on by Howard Ashman, come on this is screaming queer! You shouldn’t pull some hokey crap like make the car a Trans Am or anything, but I know you would.