Delta Air Lines are going to, from this day forward, present 2 films including gay sex as well as additional ‘homosexual content’ throughout in-flight screenings after pro-LGBT SJW whined en regards to some scenes being erased.
The uproar aimed at the in-flight variations of the flicks “Rocketman” and “Booksmart” triggered Delta to provide a declaration stating it desires its activities to “reflect on the diversity of the world.”
“Studios often provide videos in two forms: a theatrical, original version and an edited version,” stated a Delta representative. “We selected the edited version and now realize content well within our guidelines was unnecessarily excluded from both films.”
“We are working to make sure this doesn’t happen again.”
The conflict started after “Booksmart” director Olivia Wilde knocked the airline company for getting rid of a lesbian connection scene she refers to as a “scissoring sequence,” among other scenes.
Throughout Wilde’s rant on the topic, she advised all airline companies that appreciate “inclusivity” to quit working with the “3rd party company” that greenlit the revised variations.
According to Wilde’s demands, Delta guaranteed their “3rd party” editors are currently coordinated with “diversity and inclusion.”
Delta’s declarations were additionally a reaction to an Entertainment Weekly editor challenging the company for eliminating “almost every gay reference or scene” from the Elton John biopic “Rocketman,” even a “chaste kiss.”
This evokes the memory of leading U.S. airline companies a short time ago giving in to China’s requirement to transform just how they specify Taiwan as an independent nation on their reservation web sites in a step the White House called “Orwellian nonsense.”
Last summertime, reservation websites of American Airlines, Delta, as well as United Airlines just made use of Taipei’s airport code and city rather than explicit allusions to Taiwan as a nation.
“United Airlines has begun to roll out changes to its systems to address China’s requirements,” explained a United Airlines representative. “United abides by and respects local laws and regulations in all markets and jurisdictions where we operate and conduct business.”