LGBTQ Community Triggered by Accurate Label on Serial Killer Jeffrey Dahmer Show Identifying Him as Homosexual
Why would homosexuals get upset over this? I’m a hetero person who acknowledges that some serial killers or mass murderers are hetero, such as Ted Bundy.
Not only was Dahmer homosexual, but so too was John Gacy (he may have possibly been bi-sexual?) There was some famous homosexual serial killer in the UK, I forget his name, but he had a pet dog named Buttons – or Bleep?
Anyway. I am so tired of this leftist identity political garage where each liberal, progressive pet group refuses to acknowledge that members of their own group can be, or have been, guilty of heinous acts. It’s not just white, hetero, biological men who’ve done bad stuff, but also “people of color,” women, homosexuals, and transgender people.
Not every single homosexual person (or hetero) is an innocent little angel. Some homosexuals (like some hetero persons) are evil, twisted, or great big jerks.
Jeffrey Dahmer was a gay, pedophile, cannibalistic serial killer who was finally caught in the early 1990s. Netflix’s adaptation of his story appropriately labeled LGBTQ.
However, within two days, the tag was removed as LGBTQ subscribers freaked out that the streaming giant would remind everyone that Dahmer was a homosexual.
As one LGBTQ subscriber wrote, “This is not the representation we’re looking for.”
Netflix has reportedly accommodated the demands of social media users who recently became enraged after the streaming service giant tagged a biopic about serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer as “LGBTQ” content.
On September 21, Netflix debuted “Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story,” a 10-part, fictional dramatization of the life, confession, arrest, and conviction of Dahmer. Dahmer pled guilty by reason of insanity to murdering 16 men and underage boys in Milwaukee and Ohio between 1978 and 1991, though a jury later found him to be mentally competent. He was charged with but not convicted of another murder.
…Most of Dahmer’s victims were gay and racial or ethnic minorities.
Ostensibly because Dahmer was a homosexual and most of his victims identified as members of the gay community, Netflix tagged the series as “LGBTQ” content. Many on social media then complained about the association between Dahmer and the LGBTQ community.
Jack Posobiec tweeted, “Netflix hit with backlash after tagging Jeffrey Dahmer series as ‘LGBTQ’ despite Jeffrey Dahmer being gay.”
Sept 25, 2022
Netflix’s new series “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” premiered on September 21 and faced immediate backlash for tagging the show as part of the streaming network’s LGBTQ content, despite the fact that the cannibal was a gay man.
The series portrays serial killer and cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer with the central character played by Evan Peters. Dahmer was active between 1978 and 1991 and killed a total of 17 people.
The backlash got going when a TikTok user, LiztheLezbo, posted a video of her watching television, meditating on “why the f**k Netflix made the decision to tag the Jeffrey Dahmer documentary LGBTQ? Like I know its technically true but this is not the representation we’re looking for.”
The series is not a documentary but rather a limited series scripted show produced by Ryan Murphy, the man behind “American Horror Story.”
One user wrote, “If I need to stay in my lane absolutely tell me but anyone else think it’s pretty gross of @netflix to list Dahmer under #LGBTQ, especially when the True Crime tag would have worked?”
… According to Pink News, the show does not blame Dahmer for his crimes but rather “the systemic racism and institutional failures of the police that allowed Dahmer to continue his killing spree.”
Dahmer’s crimes included dismemberment, necrophilia and cannibalism.
Edit / Update: Nov 4, 2022
Ryan Murphy, the Hollywood director who co-created the recent series on serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, recently condemned Netflix for bowing to woke critics.
…Speaking in an extensive interview with the New York Times, Murphy criticized Netflix for removing the LGBTQ tag from his show.
In fact, Murphy claimed that Netflix officials told him specifically that they removed the tag because of the backlash they had received for attaching it in the first place.
“The rule of my career has been: The more specific you are, the more universal you can become,” he told the Times.
“I also don’t think that all gay stories have to be happy stories,” he explained. “There was a moment on Netflix where they removed the LGBTQ tag from ‘Dahmer,’ and I didn’t like it and I asked why they did that, and they said because people were upset because it was an upsetting story. I was, like, ‘Well, yeah.’
“But it was a story of a gay man and, more importantly, his gay victims,” Murphy said.