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Wednesday, 21 February 2018

LGBT People Criticizes 'Dark Panther' After A Gay Scene Was Supposedly Removed From The Film

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The LGBT community isn't upbeat about their aggregate nonattendance from the Marvel Studios' blockbuster film 'Dark Panther' 

It was found out that in the beginning times of the creation, a Vanity Fair magazine columnist asserted that a lesbian scene between Okoye (Danai Gurira) and Ayo (Florence Kasumba) was professedly removed from the motion picture. 

Despite the fact that Marvel Studios denied the bits of gossip, yet a studio insider affirmed to Sandra Rose that the lesbian scene was removed on the grounds that the motion picture focuses on a statistic (dark individuals) that is bigoted of the gay way of life. 

In an article titled  “What About LGBT Representation in Black Panther?” which was published in the LGBT magazine, The Advocate, the movie was criticized over the lack of LGBT representation in Black Panther.

“Many were hopeful for LGBTQ representation in Marvel’s Black Panther,” the outlet said. “Some suspected a lesbian romance between Danai Gurira’s Okoye and Florence Kasumba’s Ayo. However, most of their flirtatious scene was cut from the film.”

“The very few LGBTQ characters in past Marvel films have been either closeted or unmentioned,” the Advocate concluded. “It seems Black Panther won’t be breaking that mold.”

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