They continue to burn their own phanes and temples and dance naked in the ruins, even though they really shouldn’t because SJWs do NOT look good that way.
Not even a little bit.
No art survives contact with fourth-wave feminism. Corrosive politics have to be injected into any work and it burns away any integrity that that creation had. It also consumes any integrity the artist had.
Let me make it clear I am not referring to some disastrous interloper like Rian Roundhead or Ghostbusters 2015.* But the deliberate degradation of a creator’s own work just to pander to feminist politics.
A famous example being the destruction of Avatar: The Last Airbender’s canon by its own creators and the tearing down of their previous well-developed characters just to build up the incredibly obnoxious and one-dimensional Mary-Sue named, Korra.
Avatar was a surprisingly well-developed animated series that managed to follow the Japanese storytelling tradition of Kishōtenketsu.** Or at least that’s what it appeared to be. Possibly they were just so drenched in anime that they followed the structure without realizing it. Given how badly they fucked up Korra, I am now inclined to think it was just an accident.
Over the weekend there was another example of this phenomena.
Emily Cook runs Doctor Who magazine. In an effort to reunite the fanbase (good luck there) she has been hosting watch-along parties on Twitter featuring some of the older episodes. And it has to said, she has had some degree of success with it. She managed to lure Russel T. Davies and Steven Moffat back to Twitter.
This last week she decided to do one of the best episodes of the Tennant era. A two-hour extended story titled Human Nature/Family of Blood. It’s writer Paul Cornell was totally onboard with hosting it. He seemed absolutely thrilled by the prospect of spending an evening reminiscing on Twitter with fans of his work
And when about half of these logged on, they were met with “You have been Blocked.” They were the lucky ones.
For the benefit of those who don’t remember and those who never saw it in the first place, here is the ending to Family of Blood:
After the end of the livestream, Cornell treated the audience to a special epilogue that he had written for the occasion. Jodie Whitaker’s Doctor released the girl as an act of castigation against her former MALE self. Because she is in all ways so much completely better than the Tennant era Doctor. Cornell is totally onboard with the changes to canon that Chibnal has made and supports the BBC “bold reimagining” of the Doctor Who.
This howler-monkey’s fetid anus of a writer was clearly itching for the chance to prostitute himself out to the SJWs that run the BBC. He was delighted to humiliate the fans that tried who didn’t agree with Woke politics and degrade his own work so that gamma-goblins that run the BBC would identify him as one of their own.
Believe or not this is all to the good. It’s an exfoliation of dead skin. The sooner they self-identify the sooner we can write them off as whores that will never be worth our time ever again.
Okay, I’m done here.
* Although, there was a little bit of that with the second one as Dan Aykroyd was totally onboard with the new iteration, until he suddenly wasn’t.
**In case you are at all interested in Kishōtenketsu it works like this.
- Introduction (ki): introducing characters, era, and other important information for understanding the setting of the story.
- Development (shō): follows leads towards the twist in the story. Major changes do not occur.
- Twist (ten): the story turns toward an unexpected development. This is the crux of the story, the yama (ヤマ) or climax. In case of several turns in the narrative, this is the biggest one.
- Conclusion (ketsu), also called ochi (落ち) or ending, wraps up the story.
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