An all-powerful female character, Captain Marvel, actually disempowers women when the writers were hoping to strike a blow for feminism. Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green, explore the importance of weakness and struggle in the hero’s journey. Having a “Mary Sue” character — like Capt. Marvel or Rey in Star Wars — provides precisely the wrong inspiration for young women.
Captain Marvel star Brie Larson seems committed to alienating white males — the Marvel Comic Universe base. While on a promotional tour for the new movie, talks smack to attack the very people who form the lifeblood of her potential box office.
Pop culture is “THE battlefield” and Bill Whittle says feminist-twisted superheroes are winning. If the youth of our nation drink in Hollywood’s destruction of our cultural icons, and politics is downstream from culture, what kind of delta can we expect? Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green have co-hosted a three-man current events show for […]