Hello, Complementarian Greg Morse of Desiring God Site: Actress Says (Vintage) Disney Films Made Her Question Her Sexuality When She Was a Kid
This is too funny.
Just a couple of weeks ago, complementarian Greg Morse of the “Desiring God” site wrote a moronic essay lamenting how women in contemporary Disney films – such as Brie Larson in “Captain Marvel” – are moving away from playing the usual passive Disney Princess types of decades past.
Those very same sort of women characters who were nothing but accessories to the male characters in the movies.
Morse thinks that Disney women characters of yester-year are ideal feminine prototypes for women of today.
(Note: Complementarianism takes its cues from secular culture, as I’ve said in months past on this blog and at others.
Complementarianism is a capitulation to culture, because our culture has always been patriarchal. Complementarianism is not counter-cultural, it’s cultural.
But Complementarians insist that they are following the “Bible only,” while they argue that Christian Gender Egalitarians are “capitulating to culture.”)
Well, well, well.
Now we have actress Cara Delevingne saying that some of those very same depictions of women (and of men) in older Disney movies caused her to question her sexuality, to the point she is now “gender fluid.”
Here’s a link to that:
[Movie Actress] Cara Delevingne Says Watching Disney Films As A Child Made Her Question Her Sexuality
Does Morse still want to point to older Disney movies as ideals women should be emulating today, after seeing headlines such as that one?