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Hawaii, Japan, and Fdr: Japan seen here stirring the pot, forcing FDRs hand. Hawaii, Dec 1941. Colorized
Hawaii, Japan, and Fdr: Japan seen here stirring the pot, forcing FDRs hand. Hawaii, Dec 1941. Colorized

Japan seen here stirring the pot, forcing FDRs hand. Hawaii, Dec 1941. Colorized

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Asian, Club, and Doctor: avatarik Why l feel Doctor Who is not about equality anymore I have been a fan since I was 12. Back then it never mattered to me if some characters were black or allen or gay because the show made it seem normal. The show treated everyone equally regardless of their appearances and it didn't even occur to me that that may not be everyday behaviour. As I became older I grew to admire the series ability to normalize all sorts of difterent characters However, the newest episodes are just too much. My problem lies within the writers' eageness to show how progressive and including they are. They try as hard as they can not only to have as many gay and black characters as possible but also to shove them in the audience's faces until it becomes blatantly obvious what they're trying to pull Of. The only thing they achieve that way is to make the audience pay attention to things they normally wouldn't care for For example when I first saw the new companion-Bill, I wouldn't have batted an eyelash at her for being both black and gay if it weren't for her constantly reminding the audience of it. There isn't an episode passing by without her mentioning slavery, her sexual orientation, how poor she is and how cruel everyone is. It's come to the point where I believe the only personaity traits written under her character in the script were "queer, "easily offended and 'a person of colour. Is this really the way to go? How would you normalize something by purposely pointing it out all the time? I just watched the first 20 minutes of episode 4 so I'm gonna give an example from it Mine went greypacking on the Great Wall Of China with his boyfriend Here this guy talks abot his grandpa who's gay and I consider this just a harmless fleeting comment if not a weird one because - grandpa? cmon It's just, Itend to go for giris, usually, sO... Here we have Bill turn down this guy Paul and that's perfectly fine because she has every right to do so. What drew my attention was that in 10 minutes they mentioned gays twice without it being relevant to the plot in any way. (maybe just a little relevant because we need to know Paul's into girls so that other girl who's supposed to be into him could say he's expendable without us judging her later. JK still Irrelevant) But those are some minor things compared to this one There are 6 people living it one house- Bill, an Indian girl, an Asian gir, a guy named Pavel so I'm assuming he represents the Slavic minority, a guy that keeps stuttering so I'm guessing he represents people with anxiety issues and Paul a basic tall blond guy. When they hear a strange noise they are too afraid to go investigate so the shorter guy suggests Paul go since he's of the heaviest build. And then this girl adds: Really? So everyone is equaly important unless you're a white cis male? I guess what I'm trying to say is -don't try to tun everything into SJW propaganda. Doctor Who was fighting for equallity long before SJWs were even born and it doesn't need to adopt their hateful ways. I feel like it's stirring things up more than peacefully promoting equality <p><a href="http://laughoutloud-club.tumblr.com/post/162602491157/why-i-fell-doctor-who-is-not-about-equality" class="tumblr_blog">laughoutloud-club</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Why I fell Doctor Who is not about equality anymore</p></blockquote>
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Asian, Club, and Doctor: avatarik
 Why l feel Doctor Who is not
 about equality anymore
 I have been a fan since I was 12. Back then it never mattered to me if some
 characters were black or allen or gay because the show made it seem normal.
 The show treated everyone equally regardless of their appearances and it didn't
 even occur to me that that may not be everyday behaviour. As I became older I
 grew to admire the series ability to normalize all sorts of difterent characters
 However, the newest episodes are just too much. My problem lies within the
 writers' eageness to show how progressive and including they are. They try as
 hard as they can not only to have as many gay and black characters as possible
 but also to shove them in the audience's faces until it becomes blatantly obvious
 what they're trying to pull Of. The only thing they achieve that way is to make the
 audience pay attention to things they normally wouldn't care for For example
 when I first saw the new companion-Bill, I wouldn't have batted an eyelash at
 her for being both black and gay if it weren't for her constantly reminding the
 audience of it. There isn't an episode passing by without her mentioning slavery,
 her sexual orientation, how poor she is and how cruel everyone is. It's come to
 the point where I believe the only personaity traits written under her character in
 the script were "queer, "easily offended and 'a person of colour. Is this really
 the way to go? How would you normalize something by purposely pointing it out
 all the time?
 I just watched the first 20 minutes of episode 4 so I'm gonna give an example
 from it
 Mine went greypacking on the Great
 Wall Of China with his boyfriend
 Here this guy talks abot his grandpa who's gay and I consider this just a
 harmless fleeting comment if not a weird one because - grandpa? cmon
 It's just, Itend to go
 for giris, usually, sO...
 Here we have Bill turn down this guy Paul
 and that's perfectly fine because she has every right to do so. What drew my
 attention was that in 10 minutes they mentioned gays twice without it being
 relevant to the plot in any way. (maybe just a little relevant because we need to
 know Paul's into girls so that other girl who's supposed to be into him could say
 he's expendable without us judging her later. JK still Irrelevant)
 But those are some minor things compared to this one
 There are 6 people living it one house- Bill, an Indian girl, an Asian gir, a guy
 named Pavel so I'm assuming he represents the Slavic minority, a guy that
 keeps stuttering so I'm guessing he represents people with anxiety issues and
 Paul a basic tall blond guy. When they hear a strange noise they are too afraid
 to go investigate so the shorter guy suggests Paul go since he's of the heaviest
 build. And then this girl adds:
 Really? So everyone is equaly important unless you're a white cis male?
 I guess what I'm trying to say is -don't try to tun everything into SJW
 propaganda. Doctor Who was fighting for equallity long before SJWs were even
 born and it doesn't need to adopt their hateful ways. I feel like it's stirring things
 up more than peacefully promoting equality
<p><a href="http://laughoutloud-club.tumblr.com/post/162602491157/why-i-fell-doctor-who-is-not-about-equality" class="tumblr_blog">laughoutloud-club</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p>Why I fell Doctor Who is not about equality anymore</p></blockquote>

laughoutloud-club: Why I fell Doctor Who is not about equality anymore