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Disney’s Star Wars hires transgender YouTuber for major role in upcoming series | The Gateway Pundit | by Cassandra MacDonald

Disney’s Star Wars hires transgender YouTuber for major role in upcoming series |  The Gateway Pundit |  by Cassandra MacDonald

Disney has hired a transgender YouTuber for a major role in an upcoming movie War of the galaxies series

Abigail Thorn, a biological man who identifies as a woman, has been cast in the new series the acolyte like Ensign Eurus.

“Non-binary” actress Amanda Steinberg has been cast in the lead role. The Direct notes that these casting choices mean that “the next series is shaping up to be one of the most inclusive yet”.

Thorn has a hundred thousand subscribers on YouTube and is known to promote puberty blockers and hormone replacement for children.

Thorn is the first transgender actor to be cast in a major role in a Star Wars project.

The Direct reports that “In 2021, Star Wars highlighted Terec and Cerec in celebration of Transgender Day of Visibility. Both are non-binary Jedi who call the galaxy far, far away.

Announcing the ‘non-binary’ Jedi, Star Wars posted on Instagram, “We’re proud to present an exclusive cover featuring Terec and Ceret, non-binary trans Jedi currently featured in Marvel’s The High Republic comic. We support the trans lives and we are passionate and committed to expanding our representation in a galaxy far, far away.”

Breitbart News reports that last year, Disney “cast ‘non-binary’ transgender actress Zoe Terakes in a key supporting role in the Marvel series Ironheart just days after the show also cast drag queen Shea Couleé, an alum from RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

“Disney cast Talisa Garcia, who is a male-to-female transgender actor, to play a non-transgender role in the series Willow, which was recently canceled after one season,” the report continued. “This month, Disney debuted its first ‘non-binary’ character in a Pixar film; however, few members of the public will see this milestone for the once-beloved animation studio, as Elemental has fallen dramatically both in the U.S. and abroad.”

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