The characters in this show that the article is covering are supposed to be gay characters. So it makes sense that they cast Hot Mess Aunt Shirt gay actors. Dunno why this is difficult for you people. I’m talking about the culture and experiences that they are trying to portray trough casting choices. But ok, continue to have an issue with it because I’m sure that will have a huge impact. I have an issue with anyone being excluded based on something they can’t control, it’s the writers and producers jobs to portray the culture and experience it’s the actor’s job to play a part and follow a script. Wakanda is based on the Lesotho kingdom – which is predominantly or exclusively black.
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That is what I meant since that seemed to confuse you. I would understand your argument more if we learned that Hot Mess Aunt Shirt straight actors were turned down from the roles in this article. I just think it makes sense that gay actors, with their experiences, that they may share with the characters, have the chance to express their experiences through their acting. The point is that their sexuality reflects the experiences and culture of the characters that they play. As long as that is the case, then I don’t see the problem with it.
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So if being straight was a major part of the character, I understand casting a straight actor/actress with similar experiences. Who’s to say that these gay actors weren’t the best? I don’t know about you but I have no knowledge of the casting process of Tales of the City, so for all we know, maybe their acting ability simply surpassed all others. You can’t claim discrimination if we don’t understand the specifics of what went on in the casting process.
They might Hot Mess Aunt Shirt have and if that’s the case then that’s a good thing, I’m not saying don’t cast gay actors but this article says that the actors should be gay when in reality they should just be the best for the role despite sexuality. I hope so, I didn’t mean my original comment as an attack on gay actors, just I don’t believe anyone should be excluded from anything based on sexuality either gay or straight, it should be who does whatever it is best. They look for specific traits and personalities and abilities and looks for roles all the time. That’s part of the job.