The push to re-invent comic book superheroes and Wonder Woman
The Left has continually tried to “turn” everyone gay by outing historical figures, whether there is evidence to support it or merely innuendo. Having incorporated that is a tactic in GLBTQ politics, it probably comes as no surprise that there is a concerted effort to “reboot” entertainment icons including in the world of comics – particularly action figures.
For instance, in today’s iteration of comic books, Iron Man has gone from a straight, White male to a Black lesbian. From Tony Stark to Riri Williams, the Left is trying to commandeer the fantasy world. I guess gay marriage was not enough. Now they need to redo our cultural icons.
Wonder Woman, of the first installment film I reviewed is the next in line to feature a movie plot line involving a same sex relationship. Last year, Greg Rucka, a “Wonder Woman” comic writer confirmed that Diana was bisexual. The rationale that he explained was that:
“It’s supposed to be paradise. You’re supposed to be able to live happily. You’re supposed to be able — in a context where one can live happily, and part of what an individual needs for that happiness is to have a partner — to have a fulfilling, romantic and sexual relationship. And the only options are women.”
If you want to create gay super heroes, knock yourself out. No one is stopping you. Just quit trying to redo super heroes who have already existed and re-create them according to your agenda.
There are no Black daytime soaps on television. I think there should be. But I didn’t turn Alan Quartermaine black – either the long running character on General Hospital, or the character of the same name in the “League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen” and “King Solomon’s Mines” books and movies.
Neither did I misappropriate the Sonny Corinthos character (also from General Hospital) and out him as gay. I sat down and wrote my own. I created my own characters, my own world and I am currently shooting it.
That is how it should be done. Stop ripping off other people’s ideas and create your own story. Instead of doing some new imagineering and creating a bisexual character that could rival Wonder Woman, they are taking the short cut and just transitioning Wonder Woman to bisexuality.
Gal Godot is an excellent actress and if written with any real substance and not merely leftist propaganda she could definitely do a good job pulling it off. So that is not really the issue.
The issue is how the Left is constantly trying to tear down traditional. They call themselves progressive but in reality they are just destructive.
If they were truly progressive, they would create a new character from the Amazon tribe. It could be a sister, a cousin, someone in her line to be Queen, she could be a lesbian and seduce someone close to Wonder Woman in order to kill her and take her place.
That is a whole lot more interesting and compelling than simply making Wonder Woman bisexual.
There is a petition that has gathered 4,300 signature according to LGBTQ Nation. The petition was started by Gianna Collier-Pitts, a Harlem resident and GLADD ambassador. Ms Collier-Pitts believes that the first Wonder Woman movie was a success in general, but not for bi-sexuals. “Making Wonder Woman canonically bisexual on the big screen would make her the first openly LGBTQ superhero of any gender from either DC or Marvel’s cinematic universes, and would solidify her place as a true role model for women of all ages and identities”, Collier-Pitts states in the petition.
To which I reply, poor baby, too bad only straight people know how to write. Must be hard. And everyone else? Didn’t see a whole bunch of Asians in the movie or Hispanic, on the other hand don’t see them trying to make her (Wonder Woman) Asian or Hispanic either.
The Left is never happy. First, they derided Gal Godot because she was an Israeli and a true life Wonder Woman who was proud of her IDF past and now they want to make her bisexual. Hollywood will probably buckle under the pressure. They always do.
Because Hollywood’s innovation and imagination is taking second place to gender and sexual politics.