November 8, 2017
Real Marvel characters are now all lesbian women and Blacks. Keeping the original cast is basically White supremacy.
When I watch Marvel movies, they appear to me to be positively dripping with disgusting SJW nonsense such as hardcore feminism, affirmative action casting decisions and anti-White plotlines.
However, for the well-thinking folks at the Washington Post, this isn’t nearly enough.
After all, the source for these movies, the comics themselves, are so far-gone from sanity that they make recent cinematic efforts look like they went through third Reich censors.
They must have cut the scene where female Thor makes out with Black captain America from the latest Thor movie.
Queer youth have long been drawn to graphic novels and comic books. For them, it’s more than a form of entertainment. Comics tackle the feelings of shame and not fitting in — feelings that queer adolescents know all too well.
Joey Stern is a founding member of the group Geeks OUT, a group dedicated to “celebrate our shared geekiness and to focus and promote our own unique LGBT voice within that community.” He is also leading organizer of Flame Con — New York City’s first LGBTQ comic convention. Before launching Flame Con two years ago, Stern told Slate: “When I was a kid I developed a passion for reading, and I loved the philosophical debates in comics like X-Men. I loved the message that you can be different, and special, but conflicted about that. Comic books gave me a way to see that in myself.”
The very concept of a “hero” is to have a role model for what the ideal man should be: a fearless, strong warrior who slays the enemies of the tribe and brings back the loot.
Yet when a Jew pervert like Joey Stern is exposed to comic book characters, the only lessons he gets out of it are related to anal sex.
Well, that wouldn’t be surprising from modern comic books…
This speaks to why queer readers are drawn to comic books, but also why they have been frustrated with the lack of LGBTQ representation in Marvel’s cinematic universe. The 17-film franchise has yet to feature a non-heterosexual character.
Tessa Thompson’s Amazonian-esque character, Valkyrie, in “Thor: Ragnarok” was supposed to change that. Valkyrie is a member of an elite group of female warriors dedicated to defending the citizens of Thor’s home planet, Asgard. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Thompson pointed out that Valkyrie is bisexual, citing Valkyrie’s “Fearless Defenders” storyline, which included a romantic tryst with anthropologist Annabelle Riggs.
Thompson went so far as to pitch director Taika Waititi on depicting her character’s sexuality more visibly. Apparently, Thompson convinced Waititi to shoot a glimpse of a woman walking out of Valkyrie’s bedroom. Rolling Stone reported that the director eventually cut the scene because “it distracted from the scene’s vital exposition,” which feels like a flimsy excuse at best.
Yeah, I’m sure exposing a side character as a sexual deviant for absolutely no plot-related reason in the middle of another scene wouldn’t have hurt the narrative of the movie.
Man, these people are retarded.
The fact is that heroism is inherently inimical to being a homo – or being a woman for that matter. A hero is someone who climbs the hierarchy of men to reach the pinnacle of manhood through his brave deeds, and then gets women because of his high status and quality.
The most basic hero story of all is the man who kills the dragon, brings back the gold and gets the virgin as a reward for his accomplishment.
All this sex and moralizing just makes for crappier hero stories.
Is it any wonder that the entertainment media is struggling? You can’t make compelling media when you load everything up with so much POZ that the core ideas become obscured.