Toy Story 4 Criticized For Being Anti-Feminism, Disablist And For Having ‘No Black Leads’

Toy Story 4 is already one of the biggest movies this summer, with a high rating among critics and audiences.

Overall, the fans have
been won over the heart, humor and existential fear that which Toy Story has long elevated as a classic among film concessions.

Although Toy Story 4 received mostly positive reviews from fans and critics, writer Stella Duffy
slammed the new Pixar movie, calling it sexist, disablist and not inclusive.

Duffy, 56, criticized the Toy Story 4 for not having a black lead characters and dismissed the idea that feisty Bo Peep is a white feminist.

Moreover, she also claimed that the movie is "
disablist" because it had prejudices against people with disabilities.

Speaking about the lack of black characters in the movie, Duffy said:
"I’m the Grinch who hated it. Seriously, it’s 2019! What on Earth are Disney doing having a film that has no leads that are black characters.Yes, there are black actors, but they are yellow and they are green and they are plush! How can they possibly think that it’s alright now?Yeah, maybe in 1995 – which was also wrong then, as well, actually – but now, to be serious, where every single humanoid toy, is white? It’s just shocking!

Speaking about the white feminists in the movie, Duffy said: 
"Okay, let’s talk about the white feminism on display here. Oh look! Bo-Peep’s a feminist. No she’s not! She’s still going to fall in love, she’s still going to have the happily ever after, that’s not feminism!
It’s a woman who kicks off her skirt to reveal bloomers. Had a couple of thoughts… and does some high wire acts. And it’s disablist! It covers ALL bases! […]
It looks good – but Disney is supposed to LOOK good. There has to be content to the story too!

But not everyone agree with her views:



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