Disney censors Star Wars same-sex kiss in Singapore. Kiss is shown in China

Disney censors Star Wars same-sex kiss in Singapore. Kiss is shown in China

For it’s viewers in Singapore, Disney has cut a scene from Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker which briefly shows two women kissing. Chinese censors allowed the scene when the film was released there. Singapore’s media regulatory body said that Disney cut the scene to avoid getting a higher age rating. Without the scene, the film is rated PG13 in the country. Same-sex marriage is illegal in Singapore.

Kathy
Kathy
white cis male monster!
white cis male monster! 2 months

Why would you need a same sex kiss in Star Wars? With so many different life forms why would they have to do something so pedestrian? Wouldn’t be the LGBT lobby making sure the kids get to see the gayness would it?

White mana matters
White mana matters 2 months

If you had any doubt that their wokeness is anything else but virtue signalling or a cash grab...

Bird
Bird 2 months

Good. There was no reason to have it in the movie anyway

Brian of Life
Brian of Life 2 months

lol where can I find the Chinese version with an English audio track :)

David Silverstone
David Silverstone 2 months

I'm just appalled that it wasnt hardcore pornographic interspecies gangbangs for the entire movie. Clearly Disney are bigots and nazis.

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