Woke Versus Woke: Netflix Under Attack From Its Own People

In recent days we have witnessed that companies such as Netflix Y Disneyin his attempt to take his wake up to the maximum, they have ended up offending feminists and the LGBT community, leading to a woke up versus woke up confrontation. Due to the endless spiral of victimhood of awakening, these paradoxical and hilarious situations have arisen.

with the premiere of Blondthe fictional biographical film of Marilyn Monroe, Netflix she thought she would delight her most radical feminist audience by portraying a woman as a helpless victim of evil men who wouldn’t quit smoking.

However, in his attempt to satisfy the #I also movement, has ended up being counterproductive, since the film is being harshly criticized precisely by feminists, for what they understood to be an intolerable anti-abortion message.

In their eagerness to victimize Marilyn Monroe unbearably, they included a plot in which the actress was forced to have an abortion by her lovers. In some very strange scenes, and more typical of B movies than of a high-concept art film, we were able to first see a fetus talking and then hear the voiceover of the aborted baby.

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Ana de Armas (left) plays Marilyn Monroe in the Andrew Dominik film (right). (EFE by Juan Herrero)

Taking into account that listening to the fetal heartbeat is seen by leftists as an attack on women’s rights, we can imagine how badly these scenes of the baby talking to Marilyn Monroe have gone down among feminists.

This oversight has completely overshadowed Blondthe ultrafeminist discourse of , demonstrating that Awake it is insatiable and only accepts total adherence to its postulates.

Netflix has also suffered the demonization of canceling woke up culture with its series Dahmer, about 1980s serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. Netflix twisted the true story of this killer to fit the current leftist narrative, turning it into a propaganda pamphlet for movements like BLM Y defund the police.

However, it seems they made the mistake of wanting to cover too many hot topics. Since Jeffrey Dahmer’s victims were mostly gay men, Netflix classified the film under the label “LGBT” in their catalog. But of course, since Dahmer himself was gay, and the environments shown in the series are sordid, some representatives of the queer The community complained that the series left the LGBT movement in a bad way.

Due to complaints, Netflix I had to remove the tag and apologize because apparently the LGBT The lobby is not interested in “giving visibility” to the movement, but in whitewashing it. On the one hand, they encourage people to come out of the closet, but on the other, they hide Dahmer under the rug.

Not just Netflix. Disney competes to awaken the scepter

Finally, just this week we’ve also seen one of these inconsistencies in Disneyit’s new Star Wars Serie, Andor. In it, we are shown the classic factions of the heroic Rebel Alliance and the evil Galactic Empire.

Nevertheless, DisneyThe drive to make its cast of characters a melting pot of diversity and inclusion has brought us to the endearing situation where the supposedly fascist, evil and bigoted Galactic Empire is filled with Asian, black and empowered officers.

Complaints from tolerant and supportive professionals will not wait, lest the public begin to draw parallels between the Galactic Empire and the current earthly left, which, although they became champions of inclusion and good vibes, ended up ruling. with an iron fist.

Ignacio Manuel García Medina, Professor of Business Administration. Artist and speaker specialized in Popular Culture for various platforms. Host of the program “Pop Libertario” for the Juan de Mariana Institute. He lives in the Canary Islands, Spain // Ignacio M. García Medina is a professor of Business Management. He is a member of the Juan de Mariana Institute and a lecturer specializing in Popular Culture and Ideas of Liberty.

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