Pro-God, pro-gun and pro-Trump singer Kaya fights mob for saying Hollywood doesn’t represent straight women who respect men anymore

LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 20: Singer Kaya Jones speaks during Politicon 2018 at Los Angeles Convention Center on October 20, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Michael S. Schwartz/Getty Images)
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Pro-life, pro-God, pro-gun and pro-Trump singer Kaya Jones, formerly of the Pussycat Dolls, didn’t mince her words Friday when she went on a Twitter tear against Hollywood.

Her beef? Hollywood’s obsession with catering to the minority at the expense of the majority.

“As a straight woman who respects and loves men I don’t feel represented by Hollywood in tv or films. I don’t see strong male characters anymore. I don’t see gentle loving kind women anymore. I see bitchy women hating men and men who aren’t interested. And that’s the truth!” she wrote.

Instead of making movies and shows just to make movies and shows, Hollywood’s cadre of hardcore leftists have become obsessed with making them to virtue-signal their radical “progressivism” to the rest of the world. And there’s no easier way to do that than to make every other character gay.

It started with Disney outing a character on the pre-teen show “Andi Mack” as gay two years ago. Then “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling decided to make two of the series’ key characters gay. Last year the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation began demanding that 10 percent of on-screen characters be gay. And these days it seems they want practically every character to be gay.

It’s ridiculous, according to Jones.

See the rest of her tweets below:

Many would argue that she was right. In its bid to appease the radical left, Hollywood has been turning out an endless stream of politically correct, identity politics-based drivel that’s performed poorly at the box office because the majority of Americans want to be entertained, not lectured to.

Those who would argue this point rushed to Twitter to tweet their approval to Jones:

But the gay community felt differently. The same people who complain constantly about an alleged lack of representation — and who also routinely disparage heterosexual people, whom they refer to the with the pejorative “cisgender” — took great offense to Jones sharing her perspective.

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Notice what the latter user said about Jones wanting to roll back the clock. The user was technically right. People like Jones would like to roll the clock back to a time when Hollywood cared about quality and story, not political correctness and identity politics.

But that wasn’t the Twitter user’s implication. He was using the same argument leftists use to attack President Donald Trump’s mission to “Make America Great Again.” It’s the same mindset that former Attorney General Eric Holder touted when he claimed that America was never great.

The idea is that because there was widespread bigotry in the past, America was never great. Likewise, because homosexuality wasn’t as accepted as it is now in Hollywood, the Hollywood of the past was never great. This mindset fails to take into consideration that there have been gay-centric movies for decades. Take the award-winning film “The Boys in the Band.” Released in 1970, it told the story of several gay men. Yet it received raving reviews. Why? Because it was a good movie that wasn’t designed to cater to political correctness but rather simply tell a story.

That is what’s missing in contemporary Hollywood. That and some good, old-fashioned straight people, according to Kaya Jones.

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Vivek Saxena

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