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Lashana Lynch Playing 007 In New Bond Movie

Whether it be this movie, the new Ocean’s movie or, the new Ghostbusters, why are feminists not outraged that women seem to always get the hand-me-down movies of men?

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The new James Bond movie will be starring British actress Lashana Lynch as the new 007 in the franchise’s 25th movie that is currently being filmed. In the movie, Lynch will be taking the secret agent number 007 after James Bond, still played by Daniel Craig, retires from MI6.       

A “pivotal” moment will mark the entrance into the #MeToo era of society, a source described to the Mail, “Bond, of course, is sexually attracted to the new female 007 and tries his usual seduction tricks, but is baffled when they don’t work on a brilliant, young black woman who basically rolls her eyes at him and has no interest in jumping into his bed.”

The absurdity of activism in this country (and the world) has gotten to epic proportions. Instead of creating a unique character that is a female spy, Hollyweird and its feminist activists have corrupted even the simplest of pleasure like watching a familiar movie franchise.

It is unclear why the character played by Lynch must have the same secret agent number as James Bond. Whether it be this movie, the new Ocean’s movie or, the new Ghostbusters, why are feminists not outraged that women seem to always get the hand-me-down movies of men?