If you’ve seen The Dark Knight Rises (if not, potential spoiler alerts here!), you’re probably wondering what Bane has been up to since Batman saved Gotham from his nuclear bomb. Or maybe you’re not wondering that. Either way, this is apparently what Bane has been doing with his life. Just trying to live, like any normal person, in Gotham. Just give him a chance, guys. He’s changed, we swear:

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  • Wilianto

    mmmm. interesting sujebct Demian, I can only share with you my perception, gay people I think are like any other people they like , they look, they fall in love. I think, if you are a male ( good looking , perhaps like you) since I have not seen you ever in person, your gay male friend may have a secret crush on you, which is ok. because he knows it will never be and thus you can share your soul?? When it comes to lesbians though, that is a different beast and dynamic, I think, not having first hand knowledge, but in my opinion, first of all they are wonderful friends. As you point out perhaps a bit competitive? what I think is that lesbians have a tougher time with acceptance from people in general. They are seen as Weird by insensitive persons, they have been shunned and hurt. But in my mind since I have no first hand knowledge I think they are just people. They stick to themselves out of acceptance and self preservation. When the break up they are so wonderful ( for the most part ) that they don’t become enemies like heteros do. They remain friends even with the new significant other who took their partner away! they become a circle of female support for each other. Are males allowed in? mmm, it depends on the approach, circumstances and timing, since I am speaking from perception, I think yes, but first you have to have the luck of having a lesbian as a friend who will lead you to her coven!!!! be prepared for a loving and warm family and don,’t leave your art at home!! I love your writing, kid!! keep up the good work, inspire, get inspired and sustain! Love, xoxoxo