Homosexuality dominates television these days. And I’m not just talking about Modern Family.
Off the top of my head, here’s a list of ongoing shows that have featured homosexual couples among their main characters:
· House of Cards
· Grey’s Anatomy
· How to Get Away With Murder
· Pretty Little Liars
· The 100
· Anything on Showtime
· Anything on HBO
Need I go on?
Knowing all that, it’s ridiculous for homosexuals to get miffed about Captain America, a well-established character who’s been around for decades, having such “heterosexual virility” on the big screen.
According to the Washington Times, that’s what Vanity Fair’s Joanna Robinson lamented about after watching Captain America: Civil War in theater:
“As if to put the nail in the coffin of speculation, Bucky and Cap paused for a moment in the middle of snowy Siberia to reminisce about their days chasing skirts in pre-war Brooklyn. It’s a sweet, human bonding moment but one that also bristles with heterosexual virility. If Disney isn’t inclined to give audiences a gay superhero, couldn’t they have at least left us the dream of Bucky and Cap?... Doesn’t Captain America: Civil War go out of its way to ‘define’ Bucky and Steve’s relationship when Cap smooches Sharon Carter… while Bucky looks on approvingly? Where’s the room for interpretation in that moment?”
No, I mean it. Really?
Why in the world SHOULD Captain America be homosexual? Why can’t single women revel in the idea of a strong, nice man being interested in what we’ve got going on?
Or, here’s a thought… Why can’t we all wake up and realize that there’s a whole wide world out there beyond our agendas? One where people have ACTUAL problems like, I don’t know, being a 13-year-old incest victim in India who’s publically BEATEN for not speaking up about it.
What about that, Joanna Robinson of Vanity Fair? Now, please, for crying out loud, get over yourself.