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The internet is a wild place, full of creative minds, and everyday it offers a new way of seeing old things in the form of a viral theory, like two of the most famous horror characters being gay icons.
This time, it has turned Pennywise, the killer clown from the film It, and the Babadook, the personification of guilt that lives in the basement of Australian families, into a gay power couple, who terrorize children together before going on dates.
But many took issue with this narrative, arguing that Pennywise couldn’t – or shouldn’t – be seen as a gay icon since the Stephen King’s novel It begins with the clown murdering a gay man who was being persecuted by homophobes.'Didn't Pennywise literally eat a gay person who was being harassed by homophobes or smthn [sic],' someone tweeted.
Others didn't think characters who prey on children should be associated with gay culture.
Fans of the characters have taken to social media to share their drawings and thoughts about Pennywise and the Babadook's relationship after an image of the two strolling hand-in-hand went viral.