Every Sherlock Holmes Adaptation Ever:
Sherlock Holmes and Irene Adler shared a candid forbidden love, being the only two hyperintellegent entities that could ever understand one another, but doomed to never be together. Tragically Beautiful.
Canon Sherlock Holmes:
HOLY SHIT YOU GUYS I JUST GOT IRENE ADLER'S AUTOGRAPH
I get that Moriarty and Irene Adler are fascinating characters given so little canon (both appear in only one story) so it makes sense that remakes always want to throw them together but listen. Listen. Irene Adler beat Sherlock Holmes. And Sherlock Holmes beat James Moriarty. Therefore, Irene Adler should be able to beat James Moriarty. So why is she always working for him?
Here are some noteworthy LGBTQ characters from the Marvel characters.
Jean-Paul Beaubier/Northstar - Marvel’s first openly gay, major character and one of the X-Men.
America Chavez/Miss America - Marvel’s first Lesbian Latina character
Theodore “Teddy”Altman/Hulking and William “Billy” Kaplan/Wiccan –probably Marvel’s most famous gay couple
Raven Darkholme/Mystique and Irene Adler/Destiny - we’ve seen Mystique in quite a few X-men movies, yet it still hasn’t been shown that she is Bi, even though she has a long-term female partner in the comics. :(
Loki/God of Mischief - confirmed to be Bi in the Young Avengers series.
Sera - a trans lesbian angel sorceress
Ken Shiga/Koi Boi - though never stated to be trans in canon, Ken has been shown wearing a chest binder under his clothes and his co-creator, Erica Henderson, confirmed that he is a trans boy.