January 2, 2020
If there’s one thing that all the fans of movies and comics everywhere have asked themselves at some point in their lives, it undoubtedly is “why doesn’t one of these characters chop off his dick and try to make the wound look like a fake vagina?”
The answer was, of course, that no character did that because of white supremacy and the patriarchy.
Now that the 2020s are here and the patriarchy has been smashed, transsexuals can freely get inside your glowing screen devices.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has announced that the billion dollar superhero movie machine is introducing a transgender person and a gay superhero in its upcoming properties.
Feige announced the addition of the trans and gay characters to the Marvel cinematic universe at a Q&A at the New York Film Academy this week.
During the Q&A, Feige was asked about plans to include a trans character, and the Marvel chief was enthusiastic over the idea.
“Yes. Absolutely. Yes. Very soon. In a movie we’re shooting right now,” Feige exclaimed.
Imagine being enthusiastic about having trannies in your movies.
Then imagine being enthusiastic about going to watch a movie featuring trannies.
Marvel has not revealed just what character in what movie will be its first trans character. But a group of next-generation heroes are already either before cameras or gearing up for filming.
The flicks in the works include Black Widow, Eternals, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Black Panther 2, Blade and Tom Holland’s third Spider-Man film.
But comics industry watchers assume that the most likely candidates for that trans character are The Eternals and the martial arts flick Shang-Chi.
Indeed, The Eternals has already been noted for including a new gay superhero. Last year, Feige announced that the movie would include a gay character who is married. “He’s married. He’s got a family. And that is just part of who he is,” Fiege said at the D23 Expo.
The real question here isn’t what character will be the first trans character, but if that first trans character is going to be played by a transsexual actor or actress.
Having a non-trans character playing a trans-character would be cultural and sexual appropriation of trans people’s lived experiences.
It would be a mockery; openly stating that anyone can “play” a transsexual, as if being transsexual was some sort of act.
It would also contribute to the exclusion of the People of Trans from society.
What we need is a new batch of Hollywood actors and movies where everyone is trans.
From now on, women should only play male characters and men should only play female characters on screen.