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Column: Why do so many Mexican Americans defend Speedy Gonzales? 

 

He blazed through my childhood like a sombrero-clad comet, terrorizing gringo villains in the name of us downtrodden Mexicans.

His war cry went straight from our televisions and movie screens into our hearts and minds. My family and so many others cheered on his exploits, imagining ourselves as soldiers in his brigade. Polite society told us we shouldn’t worship this bad hombre because he made Mexicans look bad. So they tried everything possible to dim his star — but we Mexicans always fought loudly against any attempts to cancel our compadre.

Of course we’re going to love Speedy — it’s not like we have a buffet of iconic animated heroes to choose from besides Dora the Explorer and Bender Bending Rodriguez from “Futurama.”

Column: Why do so many Mexican Americans defend Speedy Gonzales?

Tags: All Rights, Animate, Celebrity, Employment, History, Hollywood, Inspired, Representation

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30-Apr-2021


Pepe Le Pew removed from ‘Space Jam 2’ following ‘rape culture’ accusation 

 

According to the report, the news of Pepé Le Pew’s removal from the film comes following a New York Times opinion piece in which the Looney Tunes character was said to have “normalized rape culture.”

Pepe Le Pew removed from ‘Space Jam 2’ following ‘rape culture’ accusation

Rape Fantasies

Pepé Le Pew Reportedly Benched From Space Jam: A New Legacy

During my youth the "new feminism" agenda consisted of sex entitlement by tour blasting their rape fantasies on Phil Donahue and onwards. We need to cancel 62% of those women. 09-Mar-2021
Study evaluates the rape fantasies of a female undergraduate sample (N = 355) using a sexual fantasy checklist, a sexual fantasy log, a rape fantasy scenario presentation, and measures of personality. Results indicated that 62% of women have had a rape fantasy. For these women, the median rape fantasy frequency was about four times per year, with 14% of participants reporting that they had rape fantasies at least once a week. Further, rape fantasies exist on a continuum between erotic and aversive, with 9% completely aversive, 45% completely erotic, and 46% both erotic and aversive. Women who are more erotophilic, open to fantasy, and higher in self-esteem tended to have more frequent and erotic rape fantasies than other women. The major theories that have been proposed to explain why women have rape fantasies were tested. Results indicated that sexual blame avoidance and ovulation theories were not supported. Openness to sexuality, sexual desirability, and sympathetic activation theories received partial support. -Jenny Bivona. 09-Mar-2021

Tags: Animate, Art Deletion, Classic, Feminism, Film, Film Trivia, History, Hollywood, Hypocrisy, Rape, Sex, Termination, Women In Charge

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09-Mar-2021


A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Viewers Troubled by Racist Scene 

 

During the meal Franklin, the one and only person of color in the core Peanuts gang, ends up sitting on a different side of the table from the rest of his friends and is seated in the only piece of "non-proper" furniture, a lawn chair. The scene, for some, has undertones of racial bias and, as it does every year, has prompted some to take to social media to speak out about the moment. Here is a selection of what people are saying and be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments!

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Viewers Troubled by Racist Scene

Tags: Animate, Argument, Backlash, Black People, Cancellation, Choices, Exclusivity, Overreaction, Racism, TV, TV Gay Swatch, Who Gives A Fuck!

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24-Nov-2020


These Bugs Bunny stamps are the first in US postal history to show drag 
 
 

The US Postal Service has celebrated Bugs Bunny’s status as a genderfluid icon with two stamps showing him in drag.

As one of the greatest American cartoon characters of all time, the carrot-munching Bugs has influenced generations of kids.

And his zany Looney Tunes cartoons often showed him dressing up as a woman to trick his adversary Elmer Fudd. In a few instances, the two even got married and lived together.

Now the US Postal Service has marked the 80th anniversary of his official screen debut with a series of 10 designs.

And two of them feature Bugs in drag.

These Bugs Bunny stamps are the first in US postal history to show drag

Tags: Animate, Classic, Comedy, Dedication, Drag, Gay, History, LGBTQ, Post Office, Tribute

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10-Aug-2020


New ‘Looney Tunes’ Cartoons Ban Elmer Fudd From Having A Gun – But Other Mayhem Is Okay 

 

Elmer J. Fudd will have to find another way to bag that wascally wabbit, Bugs Bunny, during hunting season. Because in the updated Looney Tunes cartoons streaming on HBO Max, he won’t be allowed to have a rifle, according to a report.

In the new versions of the classic cartoons, Fudd will still be hunting, but will use a scythe. That’s a modification in response to US gun violence, according to a report.

In response to US gun violence, the showrunners will not include firearms in Fudd’s arsenal. That is not to say that he has given up hunting Bugs Bunny, though – he just uses a scythe instead.

Deadline

Tags: Action, Activism, Animate, Guns, TV, Violence

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06-Jun-2020


10 Outdated Disney Movies Parents Won't Show Their Kids, According to New Poll 

 

With screen time limits completely out the window due to the coronavirus pandemic and weeks on end indoors, my husband and I have been letting our 20-month-old watch more TV and movies than we otherwise would. When we couldn't take one more Blue's Clues episode or Trolls rewatch, we broke out the next social distancing tool up our sleeves: Disney+, Disney's streaming service.

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Moana, and Toy Story were all hits—we've got a major Buzz Lightyear fan on our hands—but when it came time to watch 1953's Peter Pan, we were struck by how outdated it was. I certainly didn't remember all of the racism and sexism. Between Peter Pan telling Wendy that "girls talk too much," the guns (!!), Tinker Bell trying to kill Wendy over jealousy, and the treatment of Native Americans (“What makes the red man red?"—seriously?!), I was happy when my son walked away to play with his toys and just wasn't that into it.

Parents

Tags: Aging, Animate, Children, Choices, Criticism, Entertainment, Film, History, List, Parental Burden

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20-May-2020


Exclusive: Mel Blanc's son shares how Bugs Bunny saved his father's life during coma 

 

With nearly every bone broken in his body, they thought he was lost. But Bugs Bunny wasn't going to let that happen.

We're not talking an episode of Looney Tunes. This isn't fiction. This is the life of iconic voice actor Mel Blanc as told in the upcoming season of the podcast Twenty Thousand Hertz, and EW has an exclusive clip of Blanc's son Noel Blanc recounting his father's nearly fatal experience.

EW

Tags: Account, Animate, Celebration, History, Legend, Survival, Sweet, TV Animate, TV Trivia

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28-Apr-2020


Next season of Harley Quinn will explore her romance with Poison Ivy 

 

Supervillain / anti-hero Harley Quinn is a fan favourite in the LGBTQ community, and not least for her relationship with fellow villain Poison Ivy. And although the cartoon series on the DC Universe streaming service has hinted at their relationship, it hasn’t been explicit with it.

But in the second season, which began airing on Friday (3 April), this is set to change, with a small moment in the trailer showing Harley and Ivy briefly holding hands.

And speaking to Metro, the show’s showrunner, Patrick Schumacker has confirmed that this relationship will be explored. “It will develop more, and it’s definitely going to evolve into, I think, what a lot of people are hoping it will,” he explained.

Gay Times

Tags: Animate, Comics, Entertainment, Inclusion, LGBTQ, TV Gay Swatch

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05-Apr-2020


Anime Did Not Make My Son Gay

 

No, anime did not make my son gay. He’s bisexual, anyway. Anime didn’t “do” that to him either. I won’t link to certain places online that contain ludicrous opinions about how children can be “made” gay (or on the spectrum of LGBTQ) because of the friends they choose, the toys they play with, or the entertainment they enjoy. I won’t give those ignorant people more traffic. My son watched lots of shows, including anime. He is bisexual. My daughter watched lots of shows, including anime. She is straight. A study of n=2, but if you want to get into the latest science of why homosexuality is a natural expression of humanity, check out this article based on a TED talk by James O’Keefe. Back to anime.

When my children were young, I returned to college and befriended a group of geeks who introduced me to anime and manga. I distinctly remember seeing manga once in high school on Long Island in the ’90s: A Chinese exchange student brought in an oddly thick and small comic book. When I asked him about it, he explained that in Asia comics were books called “manga” and, even though cartoons were mostly for children in America, that wasn’t the case in Asia, where manga and “anime” were created for all age groups. I remember the cover looking a bit racy and he bashfully explained that this particular manga was definitely not for kids.

Geek Mom

Tags: Animate, Bi, Discovery, Entertainment, Environment, Gay, History, Parental Burden, Parental Pride, Parenting, Portrait, Sex, Sex Identity, Standing Up, Youth

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18-Apr-2019


 

Tags: Animate, Coming Out, Gay, Gif, Perception, Portrait, Relationships, Respect, Romance, Women

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25-Jan-2019