New low for Disney: The new Star Wars is about a coven of Marxist lesbian space witches

 The Washington Times

“Star Wars: The Acolyte,” the eight-part series streaming on Disney+, is being pilloried as a “new low” for Disney, “a queer Marxist vandalization of the myth of Star Wars” and an “embarrassment to the entire franchise.”

Even its defenders acknowledge its woke tilt. Drew Taylor, film critic for TheWrap, called it “arguably the gayest ‘Star Wars’ yet by a considerable margin. It’s pretty gay. Let’s be honest.”

At the center of the drama is Episode 3, which aired last week. The segment featured what the LGBTQ publication Them described as a “coven of lesbian space witches” who appear to use the Force to conceive the twins Mae and Osha without any male involvement.

The episode also turns the whole good-versus-evil foundation of “Star Wars” on its head with lines such as: “This isn’t about good or bad. This is about power and who has the right to use it.”

The series registered an 84% critics’ rating but an abysmal 14% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes based on more than 10,000 reviews, an all-time low for a “Star Wars” spinoff.

Alan Ng, editor-in-chief of Film Threat, led those sounding the death knell for the franchise. He recalled in his June 5 review that “I became a massive Star Wars fan in 1977” at the age of 10. “I bought this galaxy far, far away, and today, I don’t recognize the place anymore. [Creator] Leslye Headland’s The Acolyte managed to put the final nail in the coffin for this fully grown adult. Yes. I accept it. Disney Star Wars is not for me.”

2 thoughts on “New low for Disney: The new Star Wars is about a coven of Marxist lesbian space witches”

  1. Just what is it with lesbians and misandry and witchcraft and the occult always being found together wherever they go? Hmmmm… If only there were Expurts who’d bother studying the connection.

    Take this as a warning of what these rainbow morons would do if allowed into institutions and the Church… oh, wait…

    Between this farce, their open enthusiasm to push degeneracy to kids and James O’Keefe confirming all the suspicions of institutional racism going on over at Disney, I don’t see why anyone should hand a single cent to this company ever again. If your kids need cartoons, consider picking something appropriate from the catalogue of Japanese anime instead.

    1. I second the Japanese anime. Granted they’re heavy on the Shinto religion there, so a lot of fantasy worlds. However, in moderation it can be enjoyable. Oh, and few agendas shoved down your throat. Solid storytelling.

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