Well obviously! Even with the fact that there were five Robins, all of them are gay (even though one of them was female...does that make her gay in standards of him assuming that all robins were guys? or does that make her a lesbian?), screw reading the comic books! everyone should just go watch the movies...those are obviously more like the comic books than the actual comic books!
Oh. I take it you're one of the DC writers then? Since you're such an authority. Perhaps you even created the character! That must be it. Don't you have anything better to do than to troll people's DA accounts? I'd assume that a real life DC writer would be busier than that!
You think this is a troll? I was just stating an observation. You're the one who's grinding on this. He's a fictional character that is submissive to a giant man brute, obsessed with vigilante justice, who hangs out in a cave and wears black, but makes Robin dress in bright, shiny colors. I may be reading it wrong, but there's some blatant homoerotic over tones going on there.
Especially when you're looking that hard for them! I don't see what wearing black, believing in justice, or hanging out in a cave has anything to do with being gay. Not mention that Robin's costume changes over the years have often used subdued or dark colors rather than "bright and shiny," colors, and several of the Robins are rebellious in their own way rather than submissive (an incredibly insensitive gay stereotype to begin with). Gay Robin has been the obvious joke since he appeared in the comics, and I'm glad you're deep enough to see past that overly simplistic interpretation. And since we're on the fourth Robin now, who is in fact Bruce's son, to decide that all of them on the whole MUST be gay makes you look both uninformed and uncultured. You got the response and attention that you wanted, so off you go-- you have that Robin/Batman fanfiction to write, after all.