Wookiepedia, the largest online Star Wars concordance resource, has now proudly announced that it is including “pronouns” for all Star Wars character pages.
On Wednesday, the site was happy to announce that it is now going to be “respectful” to the <i<Star Wars characters it describes in its wikipedia-style resource pages.
“You may have noticed a new field popping up in our infoboxes lately! We are now listing characters’ pronouns🙂 It is always important to keep in mind that pronouns do not necessarily reflect gender, and by doing this we will be more accurate and respectful,” the slobbering wokesters wrote.
You may have noticed a new field popping up in our infoboxes lately! We are now listing characters' pronouns🙂 It is always important to keep in mind that pronouns do not necessarily reflect gender, and by doing this we will be more accurate and respectful. #StarWars pic.twitter.com/DYdcEQpTMe
— Wookieepedia🫐 (@WookOfficial) February 1, 2023
The fools who manage the site then tried to claim that Star Wars has always “used pronouns” as if George Lucas’ sci fi epic was woke from the beginning way back in 1977.
“For those asking where pronouns have been used in Star Wars, every piece of media uses them. For example, the very first movie,” they absurdly claimed adding a clip from the original movie of Obi Wan Kenobi saying “Of course I know him. He’s me.”
Um, that is called the English language, you dopes. It has nothing whatever to do with the woke practice of “pronouns.”
In another tweet they ridiculously added, “Star Wars has always used pronouns, from the very first movie.”
This retconning woke pronouns into Star Wars is rather cute considering the space series has been under attack for 30 years by the radical gay lobby for not being gay enough.
And hence, wokeness has destroyed yet another aspect of American society.