SNOWFLAKES BAN ET FOR ‘BLATANT TRANSPHOBIA’
The reality of shagging grannies and cars
FOR generations, watching ET: The Extra Terrestrial has been a rite of passage.
Steven Spielberg’s classic 1980s film has everything you could want from a movie from laughter, sadness, joy and sheer elation.
But now it seems that today’s sensitive millennials find the Oscar- winning flick far too much for their easily- offended sensibilities.
And at the University of West Lancashire the Film Society has banned it from ever being shown on campus – and are campaigning for the flick to be totally censored around the world.
Because they reckon the scene where the alien from another planet dresses up in women’s clothes is offensive to the trans community.
Film Society secretary Rhys Montague- Smith explained: “We here at the University of West Lancashire Film Society were outraged when one of our members suggested ET for our Filmapalooza festival. In fact, we felt physically sick.
“We probably have a huge trans community here and shudder to think of how much they might be offended by this film. It is not funny to dress an alien in women’s clothes solely for a laugh.
“Maybe if the alien in question was addressing his gender dysmorphia and the scene was treated more sensitively, we could sanction it.
“But to use a cis male alien in drag for laughs is wrong, which is why we have banned it from the university and plan to make sure it is never broadcast on telly again.”
Women’s Studies undergraduate Rhys added they have already banned Tootsie, Mrs Doubtfire and Some Like It Hot.
But he admits they have allowed screenings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show because: “The gays like it, don’t they?” DRESSING DOWN: ET has been banned by milllennials BRAND new reality series
is set to document ADULT BABIES, VAMPIRES and a man who SHAGS HIS CAR.
A shocking trailer showed a man who bonks his white Volkswagen Beetle called Vanilla who is seen kissing the car and saying: “I love you, Vanilla.”
The eight- episode season also features swingers, sister wives, love slaves and follows a fella called Dave who has spent thousands on sex dolls despite having a real- life fiancée.
Their episode focuses on Dave’s mammoth collection and follows his fiancée as she decides to invest in her own male sex doll.
Viewers will also get to meet Kyle, a 31- year- old with a fetish for grandmothers, and his 91- year- old girlfriend Marg.
But Kyle isn’t even a one- granny man – he also shags a 68- year- old named Annie.
Other couples in the series include a pair that have an adult baby fetish as well as real- life vampires who were filmed sucking the blood out of their playmate’s pricked fingertips.
It’s set to air on Wetv on Friday December 28, at 10pm.