Should Gina Carano be Fired From ‘The Mandalorian’ and Blackballed Forever Because She Made Bad Tweets?

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Done. Go look at Chris Evans’ huge dick some more.

Oh, you want context for this and for me to explain my opinion? Fine, but this is time I could be using to get MAME to work on my Vita.

Gina Carano plays Cara Dune, a popular supporting character on The Mandalorian, the only good thing Disney has done with Star Wars since they bought Lucasfilm. She’s also kind of a tool. Like, she’s one of those “I won’t wear a mask during a pandemic” people despite the fact that her claim to fame is being on a show about a guy who adamantly refuses to take off his mask.

More recently, Carano put “beep/bop/boop” in her Twitter bio, making fun of how people put their pronouns in their bio. Then Pedro Pascale explained why people do that and Carano took it out of hers.

Great, controversy over, we can all go home now, right?

God damn it.

First of all, it was not right to fire Kevin Hart of James Gunn, and they at least eventually realized that for Gunn.

But second, and here’s the big point here: I don’t care if actors or other artists are good people and neither should you, provided it’s not directly related to their work. Like, I think Ellen DeGeneres should probably be fired because she’s allegedly abusive to her staff and I think it’s good Kevin Spacey was fired because he was taking his dick out at work. If I got my dick out and shook it at Bob Mike in the Blemish bullpen, I would get fired, too.

But someone having objectionable views outside of work? Grow up. You want to call Gina Carano trash for her opinions? That’s your right as an American. I don’t watch The Mandalorian for a lecture on a supporting character’s views on trans rights (which are human rights). I didn’t read Harry Potter for JK Rowling’s views on trans people, and I’m not going to play that sick-looking PlayStation open-world Harry Potter RPG they revealed yesterday for her political views, either.

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3 years ago

Amen. Cancel culture sucks, and the Trans community has no chill and has become way too militant. They need a sense of humor. The rest of us have one, especially when we laugh at their bad hair and make-up. You’d think they’d have gotten help with this from drag queens by now, but nope. Trans culture needs a makeover.

3 years ago

Stupid question

3 years ago

So here is the thing. I cannot find a tweet by her that was actually transphobic. And in every story I have read, I haven’t seen one either. What I have heard is that she, when approached by the LGBTQ, refused to put pronouns in her bio. This refusal somehow made her a transphobic POS. It isn’t just cancel culture, it is group think conformity. “If you don’t do as we say, we will label you,” is just as much bullshit as cancel culture. If someone can please share a transphobic statement made by her, please do so. Otherwise, this… Read more »