Queer-Coded, Gay Villains from y All Of Our Youth

Queer-Coded, Gay Villains from y All Of Our Youth

Right back into the past that is not-so-distant among the fastest tropes television and filmmakers put to draw a fictional character to be villain would be to saddle these with a number of clichй, homosexual stereotypes (because we’re all deviant villains, are I best?!). But rather of finding out how dreadful it really is getting fabulous and swishy, anything you had gotten had been a generation of homosexual teens with bad part sizes. (Hey, we needed to discover that representation SOMEWHERE.)

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We’re perhaps perhaps perhaps not claiming all those fictional character is homosexual. We’re merely saying if you’re gonna code queer stereotypes to your villains that queer men and women have to truly cope with, they’re ours now. They might be stereotypical, murdering hot messes, but they’re y y y OUR stereotypical, murdering mess that Continue reading “Queer-Coded, Gay Villains from y All Of Our Youth”