For the first time in the history of the franchise, which has spanned more than 40 years, the latest Star Wars film will feature a gay kiss on-screen! Numerous outlets who have seen the film during a prescreening event have reported that two female members of the Resistance will embrace during a very quick moment in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Abrams recently told Variety during the film's press tour. While fans have been vocal about lead characters Poe Dameron Oscar Isaac and Finn John Boyega possibly developing romantic feelings towards one another, the director explained to Variety why it was important to keep their relationship strictly platonic.
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The scene in question appeared at the second mark in the following video and lasted less than 10 seconds. Launched on Feb. Therefore, they are trying to cause gratuitous offence to members of the Christian community during the most important feast in their calendar. Exposing children to sexualised content constitutes a form of grooming. It is well-known that children will often copy what they see on the screen.
The internet hit back after more than 25, people signed to say the ad was offensive to Christians. In the advert, real life couple Callum Sterling and Dale K Moran share a Creme Egg with their mouths, before the goo from the egg goes everywhere. It has been praised by the majority of viewers - but thousands have accused Cadbury of trying to cause "gratuitous offence to members of the Christian community". The petition reads: "By choosing to feature a same-sex couple, Cadbury's are clearly hoping to cause controversy and escape criticism, by claiming that any objections must be rooted in 'homophobia', but members of the LGBT community have also expressed their dislike of this campaign. It has already gained over 3, signatures, with one person commenting: "Finally some equality in advertising and the narrow-minded few are trying to ruin it.
A controversial tv ad for a popular Easter egg has sparked an online petition because of an intimate scene shared between a gay couple. The ad features several different characters, all who like to eat their chocolate eggs in their own unique way, such as dipping, licking or baking with the treats. Two men are seen holding hands and spinning on a rooftop, with one holding the chocolate egg in his mouth.