If the news about Natalie Portman becoming Thor in Thor: Love and Thunder wasn’t enough to make your stomach churn, this news surely will, as it’s been revealed that Tessa Thompson’s character, Valkyrie, will be involved in a lesbian relationship in the upcoming film.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Marvel Studios executive Kevin Feige was quoted as saying…
“The answer is yes. How that impacts the story remains to be seen with that level of representation you’ll see across our films, not in just Thor 4.”
This followed up on the reveal at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con where Tessa Thompson – who is a real-life lesbian dating R&B singer Janelle Monae, and also previously announced that her character Valkyrie in Thor: Ragnarok was bisexual – exclaimed…
“First of all, as new King [of Asgard], she needs to find her queen, so that will be her first order of business. She has some ideas. Keep you posted.”
Even though the character was rebooted as bisexual, any sort of heterosexual depictions is completely haram for the degenerates in media, and those pushing the agenda at Marvel and Disney.
They’ll have the Valkrie preening stray strands from her lover’s lavishly adorned carpet, and ensuring that we’re all well aware that she only cherries she suckles on are the ones from the chambermaid’s private bush… garden.
In fact, Entertainment Weekly let their agitprop-minded intentions slip when they noted that it didn’t matter if a character was LGBTQIA+ it only mattered that they were “open” and “visible” in the films in order to hammer home the agenda to otherwise unsuspecting audience members. They write…
“When we say Marvel’s first LGBTQ superhero, we should say first openly LGBTQ superhero. The ‘openly’ matters when it comes to visibility. Valkyrie in the comics is bisexual and Thompson has been vocal about that fact on social media. However, when it came to Thor: Ragnarok, a scene was cut in which a woman would’ve been seen sneaking out of Valkyrie’s bedroom and the film, instead, flirted with sexual tension between Valkyrie and Hemsworth’s Thor.”
Anyone who isn’t already brainwashed by the Left’s agenda would instantly question “Why does open visibility of LGBTQIA+ matter on-screen in mainstream movies? Why is it important?”
The cultural communists will likely reply “because representation matters!” at which point you could very well ask, “Why is it important to represent a low, single-digit percentage of genetic orphans?” They won’t have an answer… they never do. It’s no different than no sane person clamoring to see more foot fetishes in mainstream movies, or furry fetishes in mainstream movies (Sonic The Hedgehog notwithstanding), or plug-suit fetishes in mainstream movies (Ghost in the Shell notwithstanding), or BDSM in mainstream movies (50 Shades of Grey notwithstanding).
At the end of the day, no one cares about seeing anyone else’s fetish. If you want to see that then there’s porn. If you want to see fetishes with a story, there’s Vimeo. If you want to see fetishes with a story over two hours long, watch a Quentin Tarantino film.
Thor: Love and Thunder sees Taika Waititi back at helm of the film after pumping out the mish-mashed, completely uneven Thor: Ragnarok, which couldn’t decide if it was a comedy, an adventure film, or a family drama. He’ll be sacrificing the brand at Marvel and Disney’s altar for agenda-driven nonsense come November 5th, 2021.
(Thanks for the news tip Ennis)