Director Eli Roth himself — a Jewish director, is peddling an openly fascist white empowerment fantasy.
“Spiderman: Homecoming” is an immensely enjoyable film — but it ignores the issues of anti-Semitism inherent in his superhero origin story.
“Johansson has also been successful because she projects an alienation from her own perfection.”
Calling Wonder Woman “white” seems to make a lot of people angry — particularly if they’re white.
Bloggers have proposed that Wonder Woman is not white because Gal Gadot, the actress playing her, is Israeli. Seriously?
Scarlett Johansson has been criticized for whitewashing “Ghost in the Shell.” But there’s an even more distressing tale behind the controversy.
News that X-Men super-villain Magneto is joining the Nazis has rocked the comic book world. But should we really be so upset?
Jews created the superhero genre, so why are there so few Jewish superheroes?
Anti-Semitism doesn’t require individuals who participate in it to hate Jews, or even to care about Jews. Anti-Semitism is a way to structure hate and violence. Once the structure is in place, anyone can participate, whether they are personally invested or not. Prejudice doesn’t require intent. You don’t have to hate Jews to commit anti-Semitic acts. Online harassment campaigns, such as GamerGate have illustrated this dynamic.