Star Wars adding gay characters but lagging on transgendered Storm Troopers

Do you go to Star Wars films to watch Obi-Wan Kenobi giving Anakin Skywalker a soothing back massage with coconut oil?

No?  Well, then, you're going to be disappointed by the new Star Wars.  Now that Star Wars is owned by Disney, it is joining the propaganda effort to promote homosexuality.  Just a few months ago, the people in charge created a Star Wars novel with a lesbian named "Moff  Mors," an "Imperial officer who feels adrift after her wife is killed in an accident."  Now, in a new novelization, they are creating a homosexual spy within the Empire named Sinjir Rath Velus:

Sinjir reveals his sexuality to female bounty hunter Jas Emari, who tries to chat him up.

What place does discussion of homosexuality have in the Star Wars universe?  What would The Empire Strikes Back have looked like if Darth Vader, having all the bounty hunters standing on the bridge, tried to "chat up" Boba Fett about making love to General Veers?

This is not Barbarella, a sci-fi romp about sex.  This is Star Wars, which has basically platonic on-screen romances but never seriously delves into sexuality.  But Disney is turning it into a vehicle for pushing the homosexual agenda.  How far will it be before they go all the way?  Will they show clone troopers having an orgy with themselves?  Princess Leia making love to Jabba the Hutt?  (After all, he did undress her!)  And while they are pushing the gay agenda, what about the transvestite agenda?  Will they show Storm Troopers who are technically men but feel like women, with white miniskirts and high heels to go with their armor?

Will C-3PO come out as a "transgendered" droid and discuss "consent" issues with R2-D2?  Will the Emperor reappear and elaborate on the acts he was talking about that "some considered unnatural" when he was "seducing" Anakin Skywalker?

Emperor Palpatine: "The Dark side of the force is a pathway to many abilities, some considered to be unnatural."

...because that's the closest the classic Star Wars got to talking about homosexuality.

I predict that there will be a time, not too far in the future, when it will be impossible to go the movies and not have watch a character promote the virtues of homosexuality or imagined "sex change."  When I go to Star Wars movies, I don't expect anything suggestive.  But with Disney in charge, soon we will experience the firepower of this fully armed and operational gay propaganda machine. 

This article was written by Ed Straker, senior writer of, the conservative news site.

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