Oh, Noooo! No Gays in ‘Black Panther’

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There’s just no pleasing leftids. They’ve got their first black superhero in his first black superhero comic book movie, The Black Panther–and they’re beefing about there being no “gays” in the movie (http://sandrarose.com/2018/02/black-panther-packed-action-diversity-no-gays/).

There are rumors that “gay” scenes were cut from the movie, but Marvel Studios says no, never happened.

Obviously the only thing that’ll float their boat is another movie featuring a “gay” superhero with a fabulous cape. The Calico Catamite. The Silver Sod. Filigree Fairy. I mean, really–you’re Hollywood, you just can’t sleep at night unless you’ve done something to befoul our culture.

And then some other victim identity group will be jealous and there’ll have to be a caped superhero for them, too. The wheelchair-bound, in-a-coma, lactose intolerant, here illegally, totally incompetent, unintelligible, ADHD superhero  with shaving cream on her head instead of hair.

Oh–and please watch out for intersectionality. Y’know what? It just totally doesn’t matter what that is.

This is what happens to a Godless civilization.

17 comments on “Oh, Noooo! No Gays in ‘Black Panther’

  1. I wish moviemakers would put at least as much effort into plot and character development as they do into covering all the intersectional bases. I might even start going to the movies again.

  2. Black Panther is not the first black superhero movie, but they act like it is. They are the very definition of hyperbole.

    1. I’m not sure what the first one was, but just to name a few: Spawn (1997), Blade with Wesley Snipes (1998), Halle Berry as Catwoman (2004), and more recently Luke Cage on Netflix.

    1. “It’s poop! See? Look, it’s poop!”
      Remember when fashion models used to smile? Why are all these models glowering at us? They all need a good swift kick in the pants.

    2. I doubt there’s a better description! 🙂

      I wondered about the grumpy expressions too.

    3. If I had to “model” garments like that, I would also look and be grumpy. There is also nothing to be happy about in the world they portray, and seem to want. I couldn’t even finish watching the video.

    4. We keep asking ourselves, “What is it that they want?” I wonder if they could answer–I mean, apart from some confused blather about social justice etc. I don’t think I want to see the world they want.

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