Fresh from failing to prevent an Archie comic featuring a gay marriage from being sold in America, conservative American mothers' group One Million Moms has launched a new attempt to stamp out homosexuality from the world of graphic novels. The American Family Association-run conservative Christian organisation has taken issue with the news that DC Comics is planning to reveal that one of its established characters is gay — speculation is centring around Batman, Green Lantern and Wonder Woman — and that Marvel's new issue of Astonishing X-Men will feature Northstar's marriage to his boyfriend. They're living life on their own terms. It doesn't matter that it's a superhero comic, the message is: You can do the same thing. This is not, something One Million Moms approves of.
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The abbreviation LGBT stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender - the term serves as a self-designation that represents all to whom it refers. There are several other letters that are sometimes added to the acronym, including 'A' for asexual, 'Q' for queer, and others. It is a common designa. Prior to the s, all comic book characters were assumed to be, and presented as, "straight" heterosexual people. But people are complicated and societies evolve, so since that time it has come to be acknowledged that some characters are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender.
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From to , mainstream U. The Code, as it was often simply called, was not technically government censorship, as it was a private organization and publishers were not legally bound to follow its decisions. Following WWII, superheroes fell out of popularity and by the s most had vanished, to be revived or reimagined in later years when the Atomic Age and the Space Race inspired new imagined threats and horizons. The U.
Archie Comic Publications, Inc. The company began in as M. Magazines, Inc. The initial Archie characters were created in by publisher John L.