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Doctor Strange 2 Banned In Saudi Arabia For LGBTQ+ Character

Homosexuality is still illegal in the Gulf countries, so movies featuring LGBTQ + characters and movies that include references to the LGBTQ + community continue to fail the censorship committee.nevertheless Crazy multiverse Screen kisses are not included as this is the main issue infinite, Even if you mention Chavez’s sexuality, the movie will be censored. Critics of Disney’s attempts to work on LGBTQ + expressions in the past pointed out that their “expression” could easily be omitted from the film for an international audience, but would not do community justice anyway. It would be of great significance to Disney if they continued to maintain their position and refused to settle for a country like the UAE.

This particular example highlights a larger issue that Disney and its affiliates must continue to address. Do they value the inclusion of more meaningful LGBTQ + stories in their movies / TV shows, or their ability to make better use of screenings? As the Florida House of Representatives passed a bill to dissolve Walt Disney World’s private government, there is increasing financial scrutiny of how Disney wants to move forward. Regardless of the politicization of the matter, Dr. fans may be excited to witness the resurrection of Strange and the introduction of America Chavez. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness It will hit the US theater on May 4th.

Source: THR


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Doctor Strange 2 Banned In Saudi Arabia For LGBTQ+ Character

Homosexuality is still illegal across the Gulf countries, resulting in films that depict LGBTQ+ characters or contain references to the LGBTQ+ community continuing to fail censorship boards. Even if Multiverse of Madness doesn’t contain an on-screen kiss as was the linchpin issue for Eternals, the film was still likely to get censored if a reference was made to Chavez’s sexuality. Critics of Disney’s attempts at LGBTQ+ representation in the past have pointed out that if their “representation” can easily be edited out of the film for international audiences, it probably wasn’t doing the community justice anyway. It’ll be very telling on Disney’s behalf if they continue to hold their ground and refuse to make edits for countries like UAE.
This specific instance speaks to the larger issue that Disney and its subsidiaries have to continue grappling with: do they value the inclusion of more meaningful LGBTQ+ stories in their films/TV shows, or the ability to profit from screenings in international countries more? With the Florida House of Representatives just passing a bill that would dissolve Walt Disney World’s private government, Disney is under increased financial scrutiny about how they want to move forward. Regardless of the politicization of the issues, fans can still be excited to witness the return of Dr. Strange and the introduction of America Chavez when Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness hits theaters in the U.S. on May 4.
Source: THR

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