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Jun 11 17 10:46 PM
SamyMerchi wrote:WW had tons of identity politics. From the ethnic demographics of the Amazons, to the ethnicities of Sameer, Charlie and the Chief, to seeing turban-headed passersby in the streets of London, to Diana's questioning women's attire at a department store and much more. It did not avoid identity politics by any means. What you're saying is that it avoided some bad writing, but those bad writing tics do not equate to any significant fraction of identity politics.
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Jun 11 17 10:48 PM
Jun 11 17 10:53 PM
SamyMerchi wrote:"None of those things were out of place in the movie."
Which is my point. Identity politics doesn't need to be out of place. You tried to claim that identity politics equates to heavy-handedness, but it doesn't.
"All the stuff you mentioned was a totally comfortable fit with the story being told."
Precisely. Representing minorities can be done with a totally comfortable fit. Who woulda thunk it!
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SamyMerchi wrote:Probably a difference in bubbles then. Maybe you're in a bubble where it's perceived as tainted. I'm certainly not in such a bubble.
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Jun 11 17 11:49 PM
SamyMerchi wrote:Well I mostly interact with people in the US.
Jun 11 17 11:53 PM
SamyMerchi wrote:In categorizing people? Maybe.
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Jun 11 17 11:57 PM
SamyMerchi wrote:Sounds like somebody's awful obsessed with identity politics being tainted...
Jun 11 17 11:58 PM
SamyMerchi wrote:I certainly didn't hate Pine as much as I hate him in Trek. He was far more condescending and annoying as Kirk.
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