Nothing is safe. Nothing is sacred. No matter how much you think a cartoon, movie, or game might be completely free from all the postmodernist agitprop circulating across social media and entertainment, it’s not. A perfect example of that is Star Wars: Resistance, a cartoon that was recently confirmed to feature a gay, inter-species relationship between aliens.
According to The Independent, the reveal about the sexual orientation of the owl-looking alien, Orka, and the vertically-challenged spud with facial hair, Felix, came from an interview on Coffee With Kenoboi’s podcast, where they interviewed executive producers Athena Portillo, Justin Ridge, and Brandon Auman.
Justin Ridge mentioned in the podcast…
“I think it’s safe to say they’re an item. They’re absolutely a gay couple and we’re proud of that.”
According to Variety one of the voice actors, Bobby Moynihan, has already discussed how they plan to deal with any potential airing of affection between the two on the show, telling the media…
“I have had a sentence prepared for a year and a half. If someone would finally ask me, I would say, ‘All I can say is that when Flix says, ‘I love you,’ Orka says, ‘I know’…. They’re the cutest.”
The gay couple has been featured in several shorts outside of Star Wars: Resistance to raise their profile among fans. However, their gayness was never made a centerpiece of the show… yet.
It’s not clear if their relationship will be explored in the second and final season of the show, since Disney canceled Star Wars: Resistance after announcing that it would end with the second season, as reported by Bounding Into Comics. But don’t be surprised if they go all in on the gay alien relationship in season 2.
This is yet another case of a show seemingly aimed at viewers of all ages trying to weasel in the postmodernist’s agitprop under the noses of unsuspecting parental guardians.
It’s similar to but not quite the same as the creators of Arthur sneaking in a gay marriage into an episode, which spawned massive amounts of media coverage, especially after two states banned the airing of the gay rat wedding – scratch that, an inter-species gay rat wedding.
It appears this is the new angle that some propagandists are taking with shows. Inter-species relationships.
I mean, it’s not enough that they have to be gay, but they now they have to be gay and from completely different species!
From now on, you’ll not only have to keep an eye on your shows featuring LGBTQIA+ relationships, but also inter-species relationships as well. They’re trying real hard to sneak a tentacle into an intergalactic palpi port, or slither that furry appendage into a third-dimension flesh receptacle.
To quote the short-lived ABC show Cavemen:
“Keep your penis in your genus”.
(Thanks for the news tip WhiteGuitarBoy)