In the progressive push to re-write iconic comic and action heroes to conform to LGBT narratives, Batman’s sidekick, Robin, has become the latest casualty.
The third Robin in the official Batman timeline, “Tim Drake” has been depicted as heterosexual since first appearing in 1989. That just changed, however, as “Batman: Urban Legends #6” dropped the bomb that Tim (Robin) is attracted to Bernard Dowd, a character introduced in “Batman: Urban Legends #4,” who realizes he (Bernard) is bisexual because of his attraction to Tim. In #6, Tim accepts Bernard’s offer to go on a date.
The Twitterverse reacted predictably, openly pointing out that this change only happened because of lengthy and intense pressure from the LGBT lobby:
Tim Drake finally coming out is so inspiring, DC never wanted a queer Robin but after years and years of campaigning from writers and fans it finally happened
A big thank you to Meghan Fitzmartin, Belén Ortega and Alejandro Sánchez for making this moment so beautiful ❤️ pic.twitter.com/xb5YugEYd9
— Neb | 🏳️🌈 (@NebsGoodTakes) August 10, 2021
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