‘Toy Story 4’ criticized for having no ‘black leads’

UK writer Stella Duffy is not happy with the new “Toy Story 4” movie and slammed the cartoon for failing to cast any people of color in a leading role.

 ”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?” she told BBC Radio 4.

She also says the movie is anti-feminist, especially Bo Peep. ‘Okay, let’s talk about the white feminism on display here,’ she explained. ‘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.”

Duffy got a lot of hate for her comments, with many people pointing out they are animated characters.

One thought on “‘Toy Story 4’ criticized for having no ‘black leads’”

  1. What is wrong with British people? Don’t they have real issues to worry about than how many disabled black characters who hate white man are in a film for children.

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