Woke Group Preps Formal Complain With The UN To Stop ‘Sexy’ Women

No, this is not a joke.

The woke movement is preparing a formal complaint to stop women from being attractive…well…sort of.

The latest front-line battle in the culture war is two forms of media that is really popular with Millenials and Gen Z.

Video games and anime.

Recently, the woke hit a roadblock. Japanese anime studios hire companies (know as localizers) to translate their shows into English. They were furious to discover that these localizers were altering the stories to make them more woke.

Instead of scolding the companies, the studios are using AI to make sure their stories aren’t being altered. Some localizers were accused of altering the content with political biases and infusing them with cultural issues.

“Get your tiny liberal hands away from my fave animes,” one TikTok user said online, responding to a video about the change.

So, anime is known for having beautiful people in it, including women. Some have hypothesized that what drew American audiences to anime was that they hated the PC stuff from Hollywood.

Below is an excerpt from the New York Post that better explains what is taking place:

the most egregious example of altered Japanese works discussed online happened in the English dub of the show “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid.”

The much-talked-about moment occurs in the twelfth episode of the first season, titled “Tohru and Kobayashi’s Impactful Meeting! (We’re Raising the Bar on Ourselves),” when Aztec dragon goddess Quetzalcoatl, also known as Lucoa, tries to cover up her body following comments by Tohru.

“Look at these clothes. I made sure to tone down the body exposure,” Lucoa later says in the original manga.

“It would be nice if you could change the body next time,” Tohru responds.

The tone and language of the discussion was kept similar in Kyoto Animation’s animated adaption. Even Seven Seas, whose recent localizations of manga have become controversial, retained the playful personality of Lucoa throughout their version of the series.

But the English dub from Funimation was significantly altered by former scriptwriter Jamie Marchi, who was accused of injecting her “own flavor of feminist virtue signaling.”

In this version, when asked why she changed her outfit, Lucoa says, “Oh, those pesky patriarchal societal demands were getting on my nerves, so I changed my clothes.”

“Give it a week; they’ll be begging you to change back,” Tohru replies.

There was a lot of backlash because the translator’s woke alterations didn’t even follow the subtitles.

“I have a vagina. Deal with it,” Marchi responded when questioned.

“I had a lot of flaps to fill and pesky patriarchal society filled up the flaps,” she would later write to a critic of the material. “I know you don’t like the word; you’ve made that abundantly clear.”

One can see why the studios switched to AI for translations they know: “Go woke, go broke.”

Now that we’ve set the stage, there’s been a new development. Yes we know this is a little weird but this is where the battle is, they want to control what’s popular.

The Japanese Communist Party is getting ready to file an actual formal complaint with the United Nations in an effort to stop the “continued depiction of “sexy” women in Japanese magazines” and manga (a term for anime).

Screenshot of the anime cartoon “Fairy Tail”

This debate is about to fly to the forefront here in the USA, too, over an upcoming movie.

As we previously reported, the actress is being accused of encouraging the “male gaze.”

The Emmy-nominee actress is starring in a new movie for Sony Pictures that is based on a Jane Fonda 1968 classic movie.

The movie is called Barbarella and it was about a space hero named Barbarella – played by a very sensual Fonda – who takes out monsters and aliens. The movie helped Fonda become a sexy symbol in the 60s.



Sydney Sweeny (Left), Barbella (right)

The upcoming film has already got the feminists up in arms, including Fonda, who wants a word with Sweeny.

“I try not to [think about it],” Fonda said. “Because I worry about what it’s going to be.”

She lamented she couldn’t turn it into a “feminist movie.”

“I had an idea of how to do it that [original producer] Dino De Laurentiis, when he was still alive, wouldn’t listen to,” she added. “But it could have been a truly feminist movie.”

Recently, Sweeny went viral after her appearance on Saturday Night Live.


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