Supervillain Loki will be “gender-fluid” in new Disney+ show that drops this week

Jun 8th

With a polyamorous Star-Lord, a gay Captain America, and Jordan Peterson as a Hydra villain, it's not going to be long before the new Big Bad in the MCU is a white Christian guy who's faithfully married and has three kids.

That thought inched closer to reality this week as the woke teams over at Marvel and Disney announced they wanted a gender-fluid antihero thrown into the mix.

Their new show "Loki," which debuts this Wednesday on Disney Plus, will feature a gender-fluid Norse god of mischief... because that's definitely what the world needs:

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The news broke after people looked closely at a screenshot of Loki's "criminal file" from the new trailer.

Here's the trailer:

And here's the screenshot in question. Notice how Loki's file says "fluid" under "sex":

The woke mob on Twitter was celebrating the news, gushing in adoration for the virtue signal on Disney's part.

You think I'm joking, but I'm not:

How and why a Disney show meant largely for children and young adults should highlight the sexuality of villains based loosely on Norse gods is still a question, especially for parents like me that are carefully watching the Mouse House as it descends into ideological brainwashing.

Collider wondered if "Lady Loki" would appear in the series – a female body that Loki apparently possesses in the comics:

Loki was able to take over this body, using it in recent years to do what he does best: trick and manipulate. In the 2019 novel Loki: Where Mischief Lies by author Mackenzi Lee, Loki's gender fluidity and pansexuality were confirmed as canon, at least in the current comic timeline. It looks like it might become canon in the MCU as well.

Yay for the ideological destruction of all entertainment and stories!


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