Gender Neutral Oscars???
In what can only be described as either momentary stupidity or a complete lack of awareness, Sam Mendes, the director of such Oscar-worthy films as “American Beauty” and “1917” has stated that gender neutral categories in the Oscar Awards are “inevitable” in a recent interview with the BBC.
When asked why, he replied, “Because I think that that’s the way it’s moving and I think it’s perfectly reasonable.”
Anyone who can do biology should take exception to such a statement, but hear him out.
He explains that the award shows are meant to sell the films to the public on the venue of what amounts to an aggrandized (my word, not his) TV show.
Wait a minute. Haven’t the films already been “sold” before the airing of said TV show? Well yes, yes they have. And, generally speaking--yet not so generally-- films that push gender neutrality along with the rest of the woke LGBTQIA+++ agenda tank like a Colts\Bears game on week 18 in the NFL.
Just ask Disney.
Mendes has revealed the truth of what the Oscars really are—a made for TV infomercial that is meant to sell DVD’s, downloads and streams based on what the Academy wants you to watch. In this case, they want you to accept gender neutrality.
“The Ministry of Culture will show you what is acceptable, you mindless mass of inbred rednecks! Bow the knee, rebels! If you do not, we will force you and your children to watch this dreck until you gladly accept it!”
I cannot wait until Loor is able to host our own awards show. I don’t know what that would look like, but there is one thing I can PROMISE you will not be there—gender neutral films.
If you’re a filmmaker who would rather buck against the system than submit to it, drop us a line here.
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