This Scholar Received Canceled for Opposing ‘the Sexualization of Kids’ After DC Comics Made Superman Bisexual

Sophia Nelson is an award-winning, best-selling creator, journalist, and political analyst with quite a lot of life classes to share. Sadly, a type of classes got here within the type of harmful assaults in opposition to her character when she was a professor at Christopher Newport College.

As CBN News reported in 2021, Nelson confronted fairly a backlash after voicing her stance in opposition to D.C. Comics’ choice to depict Superman as bisexual. She wrote in a tweet on Oct. 11 that she did not perceive why it is “essential” to give attention to the comedian ebook character’s sexual orientation.

“What if Christian dad and mom of youngsters studying comedian books don’t desire their youngsters uncovered to bisexual characters?” she requested. “That is being pushed on youngsters. Then dad and mom have to elucidate it. Most can not!”

Nelson was ridiculed by LGBTQ college students, their allies, and school members at CNU after questioning “the sexualization of youngsters and comedian books.” In consequence she was pushed out of the Newport Information, Virginia college for her views.

She says the basis of the incident is the straightforward undeniable fact that so many individuals are simply offended today relatively than being prepared to have tough conversations.

“Once we get offended, issues go unsuitable. A professor is who began this, not college students,” she just lately instructed CBN Information.

“It did spiral uncontrolled as a result of folks bought offended and regardless that I apologized twice, and as a Christian, at any time when I harm somebody, notably if it is members of marginalized communities, as I’m one, I wish to be delicate to that and I wish to have a dialogue.”

“I used to be by no means afforded that chance as a result of as a substitute, it was a protest, as a substitute it was a petition to take away me, lots of of signatures by school who by no means even met me,” she explains. “I had simply been a scholar in residence for actually a month when this occurred. The varsity’s first black, ever, scholar-in-residence at Christopher Newport, and it ended tragically, it led to a catastrophe of me not with the ability to return, not fulfill my duties and… I am not welcome again, so it is actually an unpleasant, unlucky state of affairs.”  

“I anticipate there shall be litigation, as properly,” she revealed. 

Now Nelson has a brand new ebook out about classes she’s realized via a few of her private struggles. It is known as Be the One You Need: 21 Life Lessons I Learned While Taking Care of Everyone but Me

She emphasizes the significance of self-care and self-understanding that can result in freedom, therapeutic from the previous, and a greater future. 

She joined CBN’s “The Prayer Hyperlink” this week to speak about her expertise and her ebook. Click on on the video on the high of this text to listen to the total interview.

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