• July 19, 2024

Disney Has Been Caught Painting Peter Pan With The Woke Brush…

Disney does not appear to be learning…

In fact, they’re doubling down, incorporating more woke-ism into each new film.

Who is the most recent victim?

The story of Peter Pan.

It’s a shame because the visuals in this new film look incredible, and it’s a great story to reimagine and share with your children.

But we can’t have the “Lost Boys” anymore, and Tinkerbell can’t be Tink.

Combine the boys and girls, and I’m surprised the entire cast isn’t openly transgender.

I’m sure that will happen soon.

These people want a completely amorphous, non-gender race in which everyone looks half-male and half-female.

Wow, where have I seen that idea before?

What other historical figure enjoys mixing genders?

Oh right, I remember: the Baphomet!


The Baphomet is a mysterious symbol that has been associated with various esoteric and occult traditions. Its origins are debated, but it is most commonly associated with the occultist Aleister Crowley and his system of Thelema, which he developed in the early 20th century.

The Baphomet is often depicted as a goat-headed figure with human-like characteristics. It has both male and female attributes, which has led to various interpretations and debates about its gender identity.

In some traditions, the Baphomet is seen as a hermaphroditic or androgynous being, representing the union of opposites and the balance of masculine and feminine energies. This interpretation aligns with the concept of the divine feminine and masculine, which is prevalent in many spiritual and religious traditions.

In other traditions, the Baphomet is seen as predominantly male or female, depending on the interpretation. For example, in some systems of Thelema, the Baphomet is seen as a symbol of the feminine principle, known as Babalon, who represents the primordial, chaotic, and creative energy of the universe.

In contrast, some interpretations of the Baphomet depict it as a demonic figure, associated with evil and darkness. This interpretation often portrays the Baphomet as a male figure, emphasizing its masculine attributes and association with violence and aggression.

Despite its gender fluidity, the Baphomet is often associated with the concept of sexual identity and liberation. This is particularly evident in Crowley’s system of Thelema, which emphasizes individualism, self-expression, and sexual freedom.

In Thelemic rituals, the Baphomet is often invoked as a symbol of sexual energy and ecstasy, which is seen as a powerful force for spiritual transformation and enlightenment. Thelemites view sexual expression as a vital part of their spiritual practice, and the Baphomet serves as a reminder of the sacredness and transformative power of sexuality.

Overall, the Baphomet is a complex and enigmatic symbol that has been interpreted in many different ways. Its gender identity is often fluid and open to interpretation, reflecting the diversity and complexity of human experience. Whether viewed as a symbol of balance, power, or sexual liberation, the Baphomet continues to fascinate and inspire those who seek deeper understanding of the mysteries of life and the universe.

But, I digress…

Returning to the subject at hand, Disney’s new Peter Pan film.

Where the boys are no longer boys and Tink has turned black.


Full trailer here:

It’s a shame they have to do all this crap every time because the movie looks kind of cool otherwise!

The YouTube comments are HILARIOUS:


Here’s more, from the NY Post:

Disney’s upcoming live-action film “Peter Pan & Wendy” has been panned for pushing a “woke agenda” by featuring girls portraying the Lost Boys.

The backlash stemmed from a new trailer released Wednesday that shows the moment Wendy arrives in Neverland and encounters the Lost Boys, only to discover some girls among them.

“But you’re not all boys,” a puzzled-looking Wendy points out.

“So?!” one of the girls shoots back.

The reboot, which is scheduled to premiere on Disney’s streaming platform, Disney+, features young British actors Alexander Molony and Ever Anderson as the titular characters of Peter Pan and Wendy, “Black-ish” alum Yara Shahidi as Tinker Bell, and Jude Law as Captain Hook.

Many viewers did not take kindly to Disney’s decision to alter the classic J.M. Barrie story and expressed their indignation on Twitter.

“idc i WILL be streaming. just need them to take the girls out of the lost boys though i’m so sorry i’m all for girl power but the whole point of the lost boys is that they’ve never seen a girl before,” one unhappy critic wrote.

“The Lost BOYS are girls now, smh… And considering the rest, I’m genuinely surprised they didn’t just name the film ‘Wendy,’ at this point,” opined YouTuber Jayne Theory.

Others were not impressed with the entire setup, with Twitter user kwaylewis writing: “Looks terrible. Hook looks bad, Tinkerbell isn’t Tink and the Lost Boys became girls now?”

Some viewers blasted Disney for hiring Shahidi, who is black, to play Tinker Bell, who is famously blond and blue-eyed in the original, instead of creating a new character for a person of color (POC).

“Disney couldn’t care less about making new stories with Poc characters, they just put poc ppl to play white characters, and that shows 1) how lazy Disney is 2) how racist this is, it’s like they don’t think poc ppl deserve their own stories (beside like 3 animated movies?)” fumed a user named Alex.

Fans raised similar issues when Disney cast black actress Halle Bailey as Ariel in the upcoming live-action version of “The Little Mermaid.”

With the release of the “Peter Pan & Wendy” teaser, Disney’s critics have identified a pattern in the company’s new approach to kids’ entertainment, accusing the Mouse House of foisting a “woke” agenda on young viewers.

“The diversity nonsense at Disney continues,” Twitter user Noble Brown sniffed. “Tinkerbell is black/The Lost Boys now have girls among them/Truly a reflection of the UK in 1911, exactly as JM Barrie envisioned.”

Another Twitter user, Jordy Sayler, exclaimed, “Disney just can’t give up on their Woke agenda!”

The original 1953 film version of “Peter Pan” is currently streaming on Disney+ with a content advisory alerting viewers that the film “includes negative depictions and/or mistreatment of people and cultures,” apparently referring to an offensive and stereotypical portrayal of indigenous characters.

The release of the “Peter Pan” reboot comes on the heels of two major box office flops for Disney, “Strange World” and “Lightyear,” which both featured LGBTQ characters.

What do YOU think?

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