July 19, 2024
Disney’s New ‘Star Wars’ Features Lesbian Witches Using Force to Get Pregnant

Disney’s New ‘Star Wars’ Features Lesbian Witches Using Force to Get Pregnant

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) A recent episode of the woke Star Wars show went overboard with its anti-male, pro-feminism rhetoric by including a scene where lesbians use Force to immaculately conceive babies.

The scene appeared in the showrunner Leslye Headland’s newest addition to the Star Wars universe in the form of The Acolyte which was previously called the “gayest Star Wars ever,” the Post Millennial reported.

The fans of the universe pointed out that not only is this causing concern for being off canon, but the scene is another example of the far-left politics injected into the universe.

Disney head Kathleen Kennedy, the showrunner Headland and others were blamed for the scene after it became viral on social media platforms.

The clip showed a group of women performing some kind of ritual in the dark where they praise the “power of one, the power of two” and “the power of many.”

The news source also reported that the new addition to the story changes the status of the concept of midichlorians, a chemical that causes a human being to use Force if he or she has enough of it in one’s blood.

An abnormally high number of midichlorians is what made Anakin Skywalker, who grows up to be Darth Vader, so special when he is encountered by Jedi Master Qui-Gon. Anakin was also immaculately conceived by his mother on the desert planet Tatooine.

The third episode of the show, a prequel some 100 years before the beginning of George Lucas’ space opera, revealed that Anakin was not the first child to have been conceived without the act of reproduction in the Star Wars universe. Many fans of the universe took issue with this brand-new concept.

The decision to include the scene in the show is not surprising considering the far-left politics of Disney and a recent interview with Headland and one of the stars of the new series Amandla Stenberg, in which Headland completely agreed that the show is “the gayest Star Wars yet by a considerable margin.”


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