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Apparently Dr. Zia Rodriguez (aka Daniella Pineda) character was suppose to have a scene that explicitly told the audience she was a lesbian. But it was cut from the film And of course the LGBTXYZ groups are all pissed off. Would knowing that she was a lesbian added anything to the film.

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Would have been better if Bryce Dallas Howard or Chris Pratt or someone else not stereotypical would have been gay. Just a normal person being gay. Wouldn't that have been nice?

Then they'd be complaining that the LGBT(+whatever today's list of extra letters is) character didn't have a big enough role.

I don't give a flying fuck about it. Although I am very happy that the lgbtwtf dickheads are pissed off.

Grrrr those fucking gays I'm happy they don't appear in blockbusters who do they think they are to shove themselves into my eyeballs I wish they didn't exist in real life either

Gross

@ubuzen said:

Grrrr those fucking gays I'm happy they don't appear in blockbusters who do they think they are to shove themselves into my eyeballs I wish they didn't exist in real life either

😂😂😂😂😂 dumbass.

Edit: I know even this loathsome cretin is capable of sarcasm. Roaches do evolve you know.

well it was pretty obvious she was the gay.

@Nygma-0999 said:

Apparently Dr. Zia Rodriguez (aka Daniella Pineda) character was suppose to have a scene that explicitly told the audience she was a lesbian. But it was cut from the film And of course the LGBTXYZ groups are all pissed off. Would knowing that she was a lesbian added anything to the film.

she was annoying, the meat beef joke was all I could remember from her.

@Nygma-0999 said:

Apparently Dr. Zia Rodriguez (aka Daniella Pineda) character was suppose to have a scene that explicitly told the audience she was a lesbian. But it was cut from the film And of course the LGBTXYZ groups are all pissed off. Would knowing that she was a lesbian added anything to the film.

If I were gay I'd be glad because her character was super annoying and I wouldn't want all lesbians to be stereotyped as smart mouthed hyper-masculine jerks.

That said though, why did we need to know her character was gay? Just to virtue signal to the audience? And as others have said, the gay community would just complain the character wasn't important enough or didn't randomly hook up with Bryce's character or something.

If you're going to put a gay/trans character in your story I just feel there needs to be a reason. There were a dozen henchmen in this film, including Ted Levine's character. I've just decided they were all gay. How does that change the story? It doesn't.

Now if they REALLY wanted gay characters in this movie then cast a man as Pineda's character and have him be in a relationship with Justice Smith's character, or make Smith's character a chick. That way there's a good reason why they'd risk their lives to save each other past just being friends.

But Hollywood isn't really interested in showing gay relationships, they just want the street cred of saying they have a gay character without them gaying up the screen too much and spooking the homophobes.

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