Thursday, May 31, 2012

Disney's Marvel Comics Pushing "Gay Marriage" To Kids

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Marvel comics, owned by Disney, has introduced “gay marriage” into its storyline for two characters in its popular “Astonishing X-Men” series, a move that was announced first on ABC’s The View and then on the Marvel website, and which has been criticized by pro-family groups as an attempt to promote same-sex marriage.

CNS is reporting, "In ‘Astonishing X-Men’ #50, openly gay X-Man, Northstar, will propose to his boyfriend, Kyle, with a gay wedding to follow in an upcoming issue. That’s kind of fantastic,” said The View co-host Whoopi Goldberg on May 23. (The fictional marriage will take place in the upcoming June 20 issue, ‘Astonishing X-Men” #51.)

As I mentioned Tuesday, a majority of Americans may tell pollsters they are okay with redefining marriage, but recent voting history tells us they do not support so-called "gay marriage" when they actually vote on the issue. It is a very small minority of homosexuals who are demanding it and a complicit press, misguided public education system and the entertainment industry who are attempting to shape the culture in the image of normalized deviant behavior.

This is one current example of how it works. This is Disney Corporation at its lowest and least.

One Million Moms, a project of the American Family Association, is not taking any of this lightly.

They have and continue to contact those who produce this kind of indoctrination and those who retail it to the kids.

Ironically, DC Comics, owned by Universal Films, had announced last year that they would have a homosexual character in 2012 but would not change the sexual orientation of any existing characters that kids had grown to admire.

Now they have announced that they will not introduce a new character, but rather have an existing character "evolve" in their sexuality and become "gay". Evidently taking a cue from the President and his own evolution.

The following is part of a statement made by the One million Moms organization. I have linked their site above. I encourage you to read their complete statement.

Children desire to be just like superheroes. Children mimic superhero actions and even dress up in costumes to resemble these characters as much as possible. Can you imagine little boys saying, "I want a boyfriend or husband like X-Men?"

This is ridiculous! Why do adult gay men need comic superheroes as role models? They don't but do want to indoctrinate impressionable young minds by placing these gay characters on pedestals in a positive light. These companies are heavily influencing our youth by using children's superheroes to desensitize and brainwash them in thinking that a gay lifestyle choice is normal and desirable. As Christians, we know that homosexuality is a sin (Romans 1:26-27).

Unfortunately, children are now being exposed to homosexuality at an early age. Comic books would be one of the last places a parent would expect their child to be confronted with homosexual topics that are too complicated for them to understand. Children do not know what straight, homosexual, or coming out of the closet even means, but DC Comics and Marvel are using superheroes to confuse them on this topic to raise questions and awareness of an alternative lifestyle choice. These companies are prompting a premature discussion on sexual orientation.
The homosexual movement, with its accomplices, is not about equality. It is rebellion toward God and His authority as Creator and Law Giver. It is an attempt, not to redefine marriage, but to redefine our culture.

More on this tomorrow. Thank you for supporting our efforts to advance Truth and Light in a very distorted and dark culture.

Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful. Be Active. Be Blessed.


  1. It's really encouraging now to watch the landslide push bigotry further into the margins.

    JC Penney just announced a new ad for father's day featuring (GASP) TWO GAY DADS! Apparently they didn't think much of your little boycott.

    There will continue to be some ugly skirmishes, but the war for marriage equality has tipped and the outcome is quite clear.

  2. Yes, I have all the Alpha Flight first run and in the second issue we meet Northstar's first boyfriend and the then cryptic comment from his sister when he asks how 'close' she had been with the issue's supervillian 'You of all people shouldn't be questioning my love life'.

    Sorry Northstar has been gay from his creation and out for over a decade. And why shouldn't a media reflect the world the way it really is? (well other than for the superhuman mutants, mythical gods, and supernatural entities like the Vishanti - who I've been told 'are no more', sniff).

    As much as you want to pretend gay people don't exists, that people don't marry someone of the same sex its still won't be true. Stomping your feet, covering your ears doesn't change the reality that they do exist and they get civilly married every single day somewhere on this great continent we live on.

    Now you can pretend they aren't 'really' married if you like, but that's the extent of your control.

    Always amused me about this civil licensing issue - I mean who here thinks the state makes you 'married' at all? No one on your side, and I think marriage is a natural condition of humanity - we marry like we sleep, and eat, and its part of this country's mandate to support all citizens right to the pursuit of happiness. All the civil marriage contract does is help make a married couple's life better and it will do that whether they are 'really married' by your rules or not - why are you so against helping your fellow citizens lives be better?

    May Northstar and his 'baseline' husband have a wonderful life - though in the soup opera world of the modern comics I don't hold out too much hope.

  3. Let's see... men without wives or girlfriends, who run around in inseparable pairs sporting exaggerated muscles and flamboyant, skin-tight costumes. Is anyone really surprised?

    1. Yup, fighting evil, saving the world, doing what normal men can't - it's definitely based on the gay lifestyle!

  4. Fighting OTHER kinds of evil, you mean. :)


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