Monday, October 21, 2013




'Bill and Ted's Excellent Halloween Adventure' At Universal Studios Hollywood Is Homophobic?

Universal Studios Hollywood apparently missed the memo.

The company premiered a major Halloween event this month titled "Bill and Ted's Excellent Halloween Adventure." The show is reportedly supposed to be a twist on the plot line for "The Wizard of Oz," but incorporates major events and figures within popular culture throughout the course of the past year.

The "protagonists" of the show, Bill and Ted, reportedly get sucked into the land of Oz (by Cory Monteith's ghost) and must kill a number of witches in order to return home. For some reason, Superman joins the two on their witch-hunting quest -- that is, until a witch sprinkles the Man of Steel with fairy dust that turns him gay.

We're not sure which is worse -- the blatantly stereotyped and homophobic depictions of Superman or the audience's roaring laughter and applause.

According to Vice:  "Superman's voice and posture changes. His lips purse, his toes point inward, and his wrists become limp. His new voice sounds like a homophobic uncle doing a drunken impression of Richard Simmons, complete with lisps and frequent use of the word "faaaaaaabulous!"... Then, because Superman is now gay, he minces over to Bill and Ted, blows kisses at them, and slaps Ted on the ass. As he does this, Bill and Ted say "awwww dude!" with disgusted voices... General Zod tells Superman to get on his knees. Because Superman is now gay, he assumes this is an invitation to give Zod oral sex. "Finally!" he squeals."

Source

Sounds amusing. But the whiny Left can't laugh.



3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fabulous!

Anonymous said...

There are some very brave and honorable gay men out there, in the military and elsewhere. THEY probably think its funny.

Ask any "normal" gay man he will tell you there is a difference between gays and fags! Even gays hate fags! Because like liberals, they have no sense of humor, but its ok for them to laugh at anyone else!

Anonymous said...

Yep, most people's impression of gay people (and most people) is thru' stereotypes, so the only "gays" they notice are the very obvious flamboyant, lisping effeminate ones, as mostly seen in the media or Pride Parades, etc. (not that there's anything wrong with being effeminate or different - isn't that what freedom is about?!).