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Thursday, January 31, 2019 

Marvel studios is beginning to pander to LGBT ideologies

According to this item, the next Spider-Man movie, Far From Home, is going to feature transgender characters:
Transgender actor Zach Barack, 23, has been cast to play Peter Parker’s classmate in the upcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home film. [...]

Barack will join another transgender actor, Tyler Luke Cunningham, in Spider-Man: Far From Home. [...]

Ann Thomas, Barack’s agent and the founder of Hollywood talent agency Transgender Talent, told NBC News that Barack plays a significant role in the film. Thomas said, “He’s not a background character. He has lines.” [...]

Zach Barack’s casting in Spider-Man: Far From Home comes amid calls from more representation from activist organization GLAAD. The group released their annual Studio Responsibility Index last year where they blasted both Marvel Studios and Warner Bros.
In other words, this isn't exactly because the filmmakers wanted to do it, but rather, because they decided to pander to - what else? - social justice mentality, and in a movie supposedly aimed at general audiences, forcing a ludicrous belief system down everyone's throats. And that's pretty much all they have to offer, or care about.
Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige confirmed there would be LGBTQ characters introduced into the MCU while speaking to The Playlist. Feige noted the LGBTQ characters would include characters that have already been introduced as well as new characters.
So instead of making their own movies, these moonbats force themselves upon other people's creations. And Feige and company are probably doing this because Stan Lee's already gone, and they feel more emboldened to start bringing down the cinematic Marvel franchise more than it actually was before. The quality was already declining by the time they rebooted the films about 8 years ago, discarding Sam Raimi's visions, and this propaganda they're pushing now is no improvement. Family groups may be the first discouraged, and I lost interest years ago, especially after I realized they had no intention of taking a more inspiring path with Gwen Stacy.

Spider-Man really is getting far from home, and will never find its way back.

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That depends, can they actually act, or are they just like the rest of the one-note actors appearing in these films?

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