>>109286265>>109286216>>109286347>>109286409>>109286359>>109286455>hurr durr homophobia>hurr durr transphobia
Oh for fucks sake, not this again...
Jesus christ you people are everywhere, aren't you?
People are allowed to not like things, whether it's because it feels forced, feels like pandering, feels like it's everywhere/shoved down their throats, tired of seeing company after company using the same old tactic to reel in new consumers, or just don't like seeing currently-highlighted and already-overblown real-world issues/struggles being portrayed in their cartoons.
Not liking this recent, massive push for progressivism and left politics in media and actually not liking actual LGBT/non-white individuals themselves is not the same.
I fucking hate that these facts have to be relevant and that they're required to make opinions valid nowadays, and that I have to constantly step in to defend others from this kind of retardation, but I'm a trans guy, as well as a male-preferring bisexual.
I personally feel like, in media, we've been reduced to selling points. Ever since the success of Steven Universe, and seeing the intense praise it's gotten for it's "inclusiveness", it feels like nearly every show is trying to jump on that marketing bandwagon in one way or another, regardless if it fits or not.
And that it's OKAY FOR PEOPLE TO NOT FUCKING LIKE IT. I can understand every single reason listed above and making their opinions out to be invalid, or making them out to be bad people for having them is just going to make it harder for trans/gay/bis to actually be properly accepted. All you're doing is making us look petty and drive away people who may otherwise support us, so stop whoring brownie points.