Marvel comics to introduce new gay Spider-Man character

Confirming the newest addition, Comic book author Steve Foxe revealed that the character named Web-Weaver will posses a ‘fearlessly femme identity’. He further detailed that they were careful to develop a queer character that did not generalize LGBTQ stereotypes.

Surprise: I had the huge gay honor of helping to co-create Web-Weaver, who’ll make his debut in Edge of the Spider-verse this September,” Fox announced on Twitter.

He added: “Something I realized immediately when conceiving Web-Weaver is that he can’t – and shouldn’t – represent ALL gay men. No single character cant.

“His fearlessly femme identity is central to who he is, but it’s not the STORY… Which you can experience for yourself in September!”

Web-Weaver’s debut issue has been confirmed for an August 3 release. The character will debut alongside three other renditions of Spider-Man, including Spider-Man Noir and a Spider-Man Rex dinosaur hybrid.

Hisbah Board denies arresting youths for allegedly engaging in same sex marriages

The Kano State Hisbah Board has denied arresting 78 youngsters for allegedly engaging in same sex marriages at the White House Restaurant in Nasarawa GRA, Kano.

The Commander-General of the board, Dr Harun Ibn-Sina, however, said that the 47 young men and 31 under-aged girls were apprehended for engaging in illicit acts, following a tip-off by a good Samaritan.

“The young men and women were found in compromising positions using drugs, while preparations (by them) were in top gear for the commencement of a birthday party”, a statement issued by the board on Wednesday quoted Ibn-Sina  as saying.

He described youths as the leaders of tomorrow and urged their parents and guardians to be more vigilant due to the high level of moral decadence in the society. He also said that the board had commenced investigation into the incident and would invite parents, guardians of those arrested for necessary action. The statement also stated that Hisbah board has reaffirmed its dedication to sanitise Kano State, and rid it of all forms of vices.…

Charly Boy’s daughter Dewy shares messages she’s received from homophobic Nigerians

Nigerian music veteran Charly Boy’s daughter, Dewy, has shared the homophobic messages she received from some Nigerians.

Dewy shared the shocking and demeaning messages via her Instagram Stories on Sunday, October 24, 2021.

“I’m coming for your head. Keep promoting nonsense and burn in hell,” one of the messages read. Another homophobic message highlighted Dewy’s continuous desire to make the LGBTQ community acceptable. According to the writer of the message, straight people are not known for forcing their relationships down the throats of people.

Dewy first publicly announced about her sexual preference in 2018.

Later in an interview that same year, she revealed that it took her parents a while to adjust after she came out as a lesbian.

Interestingly, in 2020 Charly Boy recounted how he handled his daughter, Dewy’s coming out as a lesbian.

However, his post didn’t sit well with his daughter as she called him out over his hypocrisy.

She recently celebrated her third anniversary with her partner.