One of the best-known characters in the DC Universe, Harley Quinn is the clown princess of crime.A villainous adversary of Batman, Harley Quinn is sometimes known to be dating the Joker despite her flirtatious behavior with both men and women.In the comic books, Deadpool is an equal-opportunity smart aleck — and flirt.
In a preview clip shown on last week, Kyle casually informs Kate and Ben that he first came out to his father because he “had a transgender missus at the time.” Asked by Kate to clarify that he had dated a transgender woman, Kyle said, “Well, no.
I hooked up with one by accident, and then I found out I was a bit partial to it.” Later, Kyle reveals that Ashley, “the girl [he’s] kinda been seeing back in England on-and-off,” is a transgender woman.
Kyle’s cast mates reacted with incredulous surprise, saying they “did not see this coming whatsoever.” On “They had mixed reactions,” Kyle told Radar Online, though he wouldn’t elaborate.
In contrast to their better-known, silver-screen allies, many of these superheroes are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ)!
The comic world does a great job including all kinds of identities, including gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex, gender-fluid, and more.