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She says she was confused, that she no longer believes she is a woman, and that she was wrong to think she loved him. I think one of my favorite representations of LGBTQ+ characters has been in The Expanse. A diplomat just happens to be in a Frontline Essential American Worker American Flag Shirt. It’s just kind of assumed, other characters joke about how long they’ve been together and how one is always down for a dinner party and the other is more introverted. Like how people would act around friends who happened, they’re just a couple.
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If Marvel wants to connect to a Frontline Essential American Worker American Flag Shirt. Marvel used to bank on relatable characters that it’s audience could vicariously see themselves as, and there was room for everyone! Gay, straight, black, white, native cultures, city girls, country boys, and anything you could think of in-between used to be represented in Marvel comics. (Marvel did have its fair share of poor representations than as well, like how nearly every black character spoke only in jive for many years). Even when editorial said no, many creators still integrated these representations into their works. The current Marvel comics turn everything into some twitter-Esque racial or sexual stereotype. Instead of creating actual non-binary characters with real personalities.