In New Disney Star Wars Series, Force Produces Kids via Lesbian Witches

June 12th, 2024 10:45 AM

Disney's destruction of the Star Wars franchise has reached peak demolition with its new series, The Acolyte.

In the past, Disney has created Star Wars shows that are woke, incoherent or girl-bossy, with the exception of early seasons of The Mandalorian and Andor. But the "House of Mouse" has straight-up lost its mind with this new series, released on June 4th.

The first two episodes of The Acolyte, set long before the Republic crumbled and the Empire took over, premiered last week. The opening episodes fulfilled Hollywood diversity quotas while rolling out a murder mystery in which Jedi are killed by a mysterious woman with force powers.

In episode one, "Lost," a former Padawan named Osha (Amandla Stenberg) is arrested as the likely suspect. By episode two, "Revenge/Justice," the Jedi realize that the murderer is actually Osha's evil twin sister, Mae (also played by Stenberg).

Last night, Disney premiered episode three, "Destiny," which revealed the twins' back story. It's in this new episode that the series went off the rails. It turns out that Osha and Mae were created and birthed by two lesbian witches, Mother Aniseya (Jodie Turner-Smith) and Mother Koril (Margarita Levieva).  As the lesbian couple tells each other:

Koril: I carried them.

Aniseya: I created them.


In this galactic feminist fantasy, lesbians don't need a man to make a baby.

Their coven has an "ascension ceremony" which looks like it could be from an old episode of a CW teen witch show.

The ritual is interrupted by four Jedi who know the witches are hiding kids with potential powers of the Force. When Osha says she thinks the Jedi are good, Mother Aniseya tells her, "This isn't about good or bad. This is about power and who is allowed to use it."

How very Marxist of mommy.

When Jedi inquire about the twin's paternity, Aniseya proudly says, "They have no father."

Mae lies during a Jedi test to hide her specialness, but Osha decides she wants to study with the Jedi. The thought of losing her twin to the Jedi causes Mae to go crazy. She burns down the whole coven with all the witches, including her lesbian mothers. One of the Jedi rescues Osha as the coven headquarters burn. The witches' peaceful existence is thus destroyed by the intrusion of the Jedi.

Five more episodes remain of this new series, created by Leslye Headland, who was Harvey Weinstein's former personal assistant. Needless to say, any creator who worked for years with Weinstein is uninterested in topics like honor, heroism and timeless battles between good and evil.

Future episodes will undoubtedly have more lesbian/Marxist/feminist "subversion" of patriarchal heteronormative narratives. Apparently, Disney still has a lot of nails left to hammer into Star Wars' coffin.