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9 Characters Who Were Almost Queer, But The Studios Chickened Out At The Last Minute

I know for a fact that the live-action Scooby-Doo movies were a biiiiig gay awakening moment for a lot of people. So...there's still time to make Velma queer in the Velma cartoon Mindy Kaling is working on...right?Actors who play their characters as queer regardless of what studios say are truly the backbones of their fandoms, TBH.Andrew made his return to the big screen as Spider-Man in Spider-Man: No Way Home and all I have to say is...Marvel...I think we and Andrew deserve bi Spider-Man.Listen...there's still time to make this happen in the Criminal Minds reboot, y'all.RELEASE THE BECHLOE CUT, COWARDS!@dadmongeau @chrissiefit There was one...

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