As Superman comes out as bisexual, he joins these LGBTQ+ comic characters
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Ruby Rose played the role of Kate Kane/Batwoman, an openly lesbian character, in the CW series Batwoman. Rose's replacement Wallis Day is portrayed as bisexual. Image: Instagram/@rubyrose/@cwbatwoman
In the comics, Larry Trainor/ Negative Man is a heterosexual man, but the Doom Patrol television series reimagined him as gay Image: Instagram/@mattbomerukfans
Pashos from the upcoming movie 'Eternals' movie will be the first openly gay superhero in MCU Image: Instagram/@eternals
Deadpool played by Ryan Reynolds is a pansexual superhero, with his co-creator Fabian Nicieza saying that the superhero is 'No sex and all sexes' at the same time Image: Instagram/@deadpoolmovie
'Loki' show director confirmed that the titular character was bisexual, making Loki the first queer lead character in MCU Image: Instagram/@officailloki
Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy’s relationship became much more than a friendship as the two shared their first on the 2013 issue of Harley Quinn #25 Image: Instagram/@sjwcomicscast