Marvel Studios is already promoting Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 as Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania hits theaters and the film’s promotion material is coming under fire for promoting transgender ideology by making Karen Gillan’s Nebula look more like a man.
Marvel Studios and The Walt Disney Company released a new poster for the film showcasing the Guardians team including Karen Gillan’s Nebula, where she’s positioned to make her chest look flat and her hips look more like a man’s.
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YouTuber Nerdrotic noted the difference between this new poster and a character poster featuring Nebula from the first Guardians of the Galaxy film.
He wrote on Twitter, “How it started. How it’s going.”
YouTuber Nina Infinity also questioned, “What happened to Nebula?”
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Twitter user Sandman MGTOW also shared the two photos and wrote, “Transgender guardians of the galaxy.”
Novelist, comic book creator, and YouTuber Jon Del Arroz also addressed the poster and its depiction of Nebula saying, “Hollywood doesn’t allow you to enjoy beauty anymore. ‘That’s anti-feminist, misoginistic, meh!’ And you’re supposed to feel ashamed for actually going, ‘Wow! She’s beautiful.”
He continued, “It’s really weird because they used to talk about Puritanism, but the woke are so much more puritan on things. Because at least in Christianity, you’re not supposed to lust after something, of course there’s a difference there and there’s a line.”
“Then you look at the SJWs, you’re not even supposed to look. You’re not supposed to think anything’s beautiful. Beauty is ugly to them. The ugly is beauty to them. They try to warp everything on that level. And that’s what we have going on right here.”
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Highlighting the new poster in comparison to the original one from the first film, Del Arroz asserts, “Now, in the new poster, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, you see how they’ve changed Nebula to have the shape of a man. So you’ve got a frame that’s a very stock, male-like frame like a little boy. The breasts have been chopped off, or restrained, or something like that.”
“And there’s a reason for this because now these days you’re not just getting hit with the replacement characters of all-white characters are now black or whatever. You’re not getting hit with the little gay storylines. It’s not enough anymore. It’s 2023, guys. Let’s get with it. The new fad is making sure men are women and women are men. It’s the trans agenda, which is the most important thing,” he explained.
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Del Arroz goes on to reference Disney executives numerous comments during their fight with the state of Florida over a bill that banned the teaching of sexual orientation and gender identity to children in grades kindergarten through third grade.
Former Disney CEO Bob Chapek made clear the company would bypass laws like the one in the state of Florida through their programming, “Because this struggle is much bigger than any one bill in any one state, I believe the best way for our company to bring about lasting change is through the inspiring content we produce, the welcoming culture we create, and the diverse community organizations we support.”
He elaborated, “There’s a reason content is at the top of this list. For nearly a century, our company’s stories have opened minds, inspired dreams, shown the world both as it is and how we wish it could be, and now more than ever before, represent the incredible diversity of our society.”
“We are telling important stories, raising voices, and I believe, changing hearts and minds,” he added.
Chapek later added, “Powerful content that changes hearts and minds only springs from inclusive cultures, which not only attract and retain the best and most diverse talent, but also give those employees the freedom to bring forth ideas that reflect their lives and experiences. We must work together to ensure Disney always remains such a place.”
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Del Arroz states, “They said they were going to push even harder in their films to have ‘representation’ and, of course, then indoctrinate your kids with this kind of thing to show that this kind of thing is actually good and wholesome. These are the real heroes: the people who are mentally ill that you’re not allowed to say are mentally ill.
“This is exactly what they’re presenting with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” he declares. “It’s so sad because this is the one film franchise with like Chris Pratt and all that. That you’re like, ‘Wow, this was actually something that I’m actually looking forward toward to of the whole other slate that they are putting out with in 2023.”
He then said, “The first Guardians of the Galaxy film was just so good and so entertaining that you hoped that they’d be just getting back to their roots, trying to make a good film again, and trying to appease audiences again.”
But, no, they have to take one of the prettiest actresses in Hollywood and turn her into a caricature of a mutilated weirdo. That’s it. That’s all they want to do. They want to take away your happiness. They want to take away your fun. They want to make everything into this woke nightmare all day long,” Del Arroz concluded.
What do you make of these accusations against Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3?
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