When I went to see Star Wars movies, it was very specifically to see people and worlds and creatures unlike myself or anything I had ever experienced. That’s the very definition of escapism; to escape the world around you. I tend to not prefer non-genre film because I already have the real world around me all of the time. So what do I need to watch it on screen for too? And why would I want to see myself on screen, when I can stare into a mirror all day long?
But the SJWs appear to be different. A recent tweet enlightened me about their desire in this regard and the nature of it:
It’s not “ideology” …. Star Wars is huge, and no harm can be done by making the galaxy represent the fans in the real world watching it.
— Dyl (@destinytrost) May 21, 2018
It makes so much sense to me now. Why do SJWs want to be “represented” on screen? Because they want to watch themselves on screen.
This is no different from the mythical Narcissus who wanted to gaze at his own reflection in the pool.
It makes so much sense now. Many of these SJWs have been brought up with narcissism as their primary motivator. Between participation trophies, and tip-toeing through safe-spaces so as not to offend their delicate dispositions, these SJWs have been taught for years to love themselves at the expense of everything and everyone else around them. So all they want to see, is themselves.
But be forewarned, for hypocrisy is the foundation of all SJW thought.
For while they consider the desire to gaze upon themselves on-screen as a virtue, they simultaneously consider your desire to look at yourself on-screen (if you even have one) as immoral.
“They get angry about the all-female cast of the Ghostbusters when the alternative was there being no Ghostbusters at all for the past twenty-five years. But I see the thought process. Something used to look like them and now it doesn’t.”
How dare you take screen time away from the narcissistic snowflakes.