I dream of a world again where 2% of the population wasn't pandered to by inclusion of 100% of our media.
And we'll be labeled homophobes for not wanting to see a kids' movie sexualized.
Stop ruining everything, stop trying to destroy kids/childhood character's and pushing crap on everyone...
The attack on Bros/bromance/friendship was one greatest losses in the past 50 or so years along with the destruction of the nuclear family. In combination with "normalizing" kids moving out after highschool instead of living in the homestead/land as they did in all other previous generations, all the bonds that formed communities have come under attack and are just about dead.
-When you realize Hollywood is just a bunch of fanfiction writers
According to Hollywood, and liberals at large... men cannot be friends, without some form of pole smoking, or anal violation taking place!
Disney, please, stop being unoriginal, for one, recycling your old content, and, stop peddling this woke garbage! 😝
What would it take to start a New Hollywood somewhere in the Midwest? There has to be a lot of talent out there to write stories, make movies, and explore themes that people actually want to engage with. Why isn't capitalism fixing this problem?
I'm #donewithdisney myself.
Looking a lot like exhaustion there, Disney.
Mightn't you be running on the last ideological fumes?
So we have to watch them have sex or you want to create characters that are stereotypical?...which is problematic. I am one of those odd people who thinks that sexuality wise, everyone is bisexual, in that given infinite dating, you'd find several people with genitals, looks, and affectations far outside of your preference. In the pedantic game, sexuality and preference are constantly at war. On the porn sites, sometimes you are in the mood for a big ass, others big breasts, other times latin, other times asian. Those are preferences and they can fluctuate. The reason for bringing it up is that all of this culture war is unnecessary on "both sides".
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