Thursday, June 13, 2024

Woke Film Critic Locks Twitter After Claiming ‘Avatar’ Was Racial Appropriation

'At some point we gotta talk about how wokeness and people like Kathia Woods are ruining the entertainment industry with takes like this...'

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) Woke film critic Kathia Woods claimed that white actors playing the blue humanoid creatures in Avatar 2 had culturally appropriated people of color, leading to a backlash on Twitter that caused her to make her account private, as reported by The Blaze.

“At some point we gotta talk about the cultural appropriation of Avatar and white actors are cos playing as poc,” Woods wrote on Twitter. “It’s just a mess and so not necessary & no amount of visual effects/GCI is gonna erase that. Bad Lace fronts/ Dry synthetic braids. Jesus fix it.”

Woods, who writes for the Philadelphia Tribune, included the blue creatures among “people of color,” a term that now apparently includes all creatures, human or otherwise, that do not have white skin.

As is oftentimes the case among adherents of Critical Race Theory, the intersectional framework of her worldview also makes no distinction between fiction and nonfiction.

Twitter user @Or1ginalSandman pointed out that Woods had supported cultural appropriation against white people by celebrating a black remake of Superman, who also happens to be a made-up alien being, but then complained about it against the blue-complexioned Na’vi culture of Pandora in the newly released sequel to James Cameron’s 2009 blockbuster Avatar.

Woods responded by blocking the account.

Other users noted that the constant focus on racial politics has ruined the ability to tell stories without ideological restrictions and condemnations.

Another Twitter profile, @raydioXactive, called Woods a “straight-up clown.”
Woods could not handle the criticism, so she closed her account to public view.

Daily Wire host Matt Walsh celebrated the Leftist infighting that surrounds Avatar 2 because it undermines an otherwise thoroughly woke movie.

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