Paul Joseph Watson
October 15, 2021
James Bond star Daniel Craig says he prefers visiting gay bars because they’re less “aggressive” than straight venues.
The actor made the remarks during an appearance on SiriusXM’s Lunch with Bruce podcast.
Craig told gay host Bruce Bozzi he’s “been going to gay bars for as long as I can remember” because of “the aggressive dick swinging in hetero bars” which caused him to “get into fights” he didn’t want.
The 53-year-old added that he became “very sick” of the vibe and sought out homosexual venues where “everybody was chill” and it was “a very safe place to be.”
Craig is straight and married, although co-star Rami Malek previously revealed that the two had shared a kiss during production.
The comments will further infuriate those who assert that the character of Bond is going soft and that the franchise in general is steadily drifting towards a ‘woke’ malaise.
In the latest installment of the legacy, 007 is briefly replaced by a black woman.
No Time to Die will be Daniel Craig’s last outing as James Bond, with that probably being the last time you’ll see a straight, white male play 007 for many years if not forever.
Indeed (spoiler alert) – given that 007 is killed in the new movie, a whole new era of Bond being subsumed by the gray sludge that is politically correct modern culture is almost certain.
After all, diversity boxes need to be checked.