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Obi-Wan Bisexual: New Disney Novel Hints at It

Novela de Obi Wan Kenobi insinúa que es bisexual, El American

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DISNEY is still determined to use its most popular franchises as a proselytism vehicle for gender ideology. This time, it is the turn of the legendary Obi-Wan Kenobi, who, in his latest novel, we can see him questioning his sexuality.

The book Padawan, written by Kiersten White, was published on July 26 and narrates the adventures of a teenage Obi-Wan Kenobi recently assigned as an apprentice to master Qui-Gon Jinn.

On his first official mission, Qui-Gon Jinn fails to appear, and Obi-Wan decides to go alone to a mysterious planet where he finds a group of teenagers living independently without adult supervision.

In a sort of cross between Lord of the Flies and Blue Lake in space, Obi-Wan is tempted by these ephebes’ bohemian and uninhibited lifestyle. One of them, a certain Casul — who uses the pronouns he/him —flirts with the young jedi, and then Obi-Wan begins questioning the strict jedi rules regarding romantic relationships.

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During this homoerotic passage in the novel, Obi-Wan begins to harbor certain doubts about whether he is bisexual or asexual when Casul asks him for a kiss. We are told that Obi-Wan “Blushed,” and his imagination runs wild.

“Maybe he didn’t want to be with any of them, but rather to be more like each of them,” Obi-Wan thought. “Or maybe he wanted to kiss all of them.”

Not content with this orgiastic rambling of young Obi-Wan, the writer lets us know right afterward that our protagonist does not contemplate kissing the girl, “Not Mem, though, because he had a feeling that would upset her tooentire .much.”

Obi-Wan Kenobi, a favorite victim of Disney’s political agenda

Since Disney acquired Star Wars, the galaxy movie, a long time ago has suddenly been inundated by our planet’s oh-so-contemporary woke ideology. In some comics published a year ago, they showed jedis, who are transgender twin brothers; in the 2018 Han Solo movie, we were informed that Lando Calrissian was pansexual and even slept with robots; and in the infamous Skywalker Rising movie, a lesbian kiss could be seen in the background, among other woke inserts.

In this very sense, and perhaps because of how beloved and influential the character is, Obi-Wan has become one of Disney’s favorite victims in this tear-down process. In a few months, we have observed how in the Disney+ series, they diminished the adult Ben Kenobi, and now they turn the young Obi-Wan into a misplaced teenager.

Beyond the introduction of new series, plots and characters tend to promote gender ideology and feed the confusion of young people. It seems clear that another of Disney’s objectives is to deconstruct the classic male heroic characters, to turn them into depressed louts, cowardly, and queers in an apparent campaign of demoralization and undermining of traditional values.

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For now, R2-D2 is saved from Disney’s emasculation campaign. (EFE by Luis Tejido)

A few months ago, a Disney executive revealed her intention that at least 50% of the characters in new productions should be queer, and it seems they are complying with the letter.

Disney’s obsession with gender and its turbid fetishism with ephebophilia is worrying -it should not be necessary to remember that this type of product is aimed primarily at young people and children-. Even on Disney+, there are special drag queen shows for kids.

In the children’s particular This Is Me, a group of drag queens encourages viewers to visit the official website of GLSEN. This LGBTQ association prides itself on training teachers and influencing the educational policies and content to promote gender ideology in schools.

 

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