Natalie Portman and Taika Waititi Accused of Exaggerating "Thor" as "Super Gay", Ryan Field Books

 Natalie Portman and Taika Waititi Accused of Exaggerating  “Thor” as “Super Gay”

I’d like to know where these people get off saying things like “super gay.” No one would dare say “super black” or “super Asian.” So why do they think it’s okay to say, “super gay?” 

I’ll tell you why. Because we let them. If we would all just ban together for once these gay references would not happen. And these straights would learn. 

This is pure gay-baiting and exaggerating queer content. 

Here’s what someone on Twitter said:

“Kind of lame that Natalie Portman and Taika Waititi both described Thor: Love and Thunder as ‘so gay’ and ‘super gay’ and then the movie was not gay at all,” one person wrote on Twitter.

Here’s more. This is what happens when straights take over our content. They will use us for monetary gain every time. 

Imagine if I told you a movie was “super straight.” 

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