Tsk, tsk, tsk.
So it turns out the identity-politics-obsessed producers of the race-baiting Marvel movie ‘Black Panther’ just did not read up enough on intersectional political theory before dropping their deliberately divisive blockbuster!
While ‘Black Panther’ has enjoyed critical success at the box office for both it’s entertainment value and all-black cast, and has succeeded in sparking many heated discussions on race and culture in the most racially-charged decade in American history since the 1960’s. But some cultural Marxists are slamming the film for missing a perfectly good chance to push the gay agenda as well as pave the way for more ethnic diversity in Hollywood.
The complaint originated from Vulture.com after an interview with actress Florence Kasumba, who seemed to confirm that a scene depicting her character’s romantic encounter with another woman was left on the cutting room floor:
But one thing it lacks is openly queer characters. This has caused a bit of frustration among fans of Black Panther comics, who point out that one of the film’s minor characters, Ayo, is a woman who has a romantic relationship with another woman in series like the Ta-Nehisi Coates–written Black Panther and the Roxane Gay–written Black Panther: World of Wakanda. In the film, she’s played by actor Florence Kasumba, and shows no signs of romantic involvement with anyone.
Can we just take a moment to appreciate just how blindly obsessed with the leftist agenda these people are, and the damage they do to race relations in the first place?
Let’s be real: it is a unique feature in a major Hollywood movie to feature an all-black cast, and that could have been something that all Americans can appreciate as racial equality and representation in the entertainment industry isn’t something that needs to ideologically divide anyone.
But no, not only has the left been taking every advantage of the release of this film to continue to push their divisive racial agenda, they just had to insult the entire concept of racial equality and harmony in the US by demanding an all-black film contain homosexuality as well!
Do these pompous people seriously just assume that all black people wanted to see homosexual representation in the film because they’re minorities? How insulting!
And the culture war rages on in America, each day more ridiculous than the next….