»If it’s in a word or it’s in a look, he has got us ‘babashook.'» A conversation simmering for months on Twitter and Tumblr erupted this week, resulting in the Babadook, the trench-and-top-hat
The Babadook is an evil character from a little-known horror film from 2014 known for wearing a top hat and trenchcoat and he has reemerged as what many consider “the” LGBTQ icon of 2017.
the babadook: GAY the bye bye man: BI the blair witch: LESBIAN — antonio (@spaceIatino) June 4, 2017. The Babadook may or may not have been gay, but …
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But while its anointment as an icon might be less straightforward, the Babadook’s status as an LGBTQ hero is ultimately no less valid.
current favorite meme is the lgbt community insisting that the babadook is a gay icon pic.twitter dc pride and. i just can’t believe the babadook is an actual symbol of lgbt culture. what a
That the Babadook can be a black-and-white monster and still be at home in the rainbow-soaked events of pride, in and out of the U.S., underscores just how versatile the creature is.
BABA-SHOOK Scene by Scene, This Is What Makes the Babadook Such an LGBT Icon. You can see ‘The Babadook’ as a horror movie, as a grief metaphor, and now, some say it’s an LGBT classic.