There is a story going about online about an artist drawing a poster poking fun at the fan powered TLJ remake. Now I have no problem with either the poster or the remake fundamentally, but something in the post made me uneasy.
In the poster, off to the side is a drawing of Rey cooking. The problem I have with that is that the artist clearly thinks that all criticisms about the movie are rooted in social belief. That is just not the case.
I personally was ok with the movie, definitely not good but certainly not bad. There were flaws; such as the movie being way to long, shoehorned scenes at the Cantina, and the dialogue was flat; but none of my personal disappointments with the movie were socially provoked. I believe in gender equality (I’ll be the first to admit my younger sister is physically stronger than me). I want prejudice against people of other skin colors to be gone (it's not racism because we’re all part of the one race, the human race). But I did not care for the movie, and despite what I believe the artist believes, most of the fans trying to make this remake feel the same way.
Now, as per usual, the TL;DR:
Most anger at TLJ aren't due to social issues but instead story issues.
I am more powerful than the Chancellor- Anikan Skywalker and Tman