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Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 2 years 25 weeks ago

Guardians of the Galaxy Movie Director James Gunn Apologizes For Having A Sense Of Humor

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4350 Guardians of the Galaxy movie director James Gunn has apologized for his remarks and blog post from over a year ago that was conveniently just found and made known via the liberal feminists sites and blogs.

He issued a statement through Glaad who reached out to the director.

A couple of years ago I wrote a blog that was meant to be satirical and funny.  In rereading it over the past day I don't think it's funny.  The attempted humor in the blog does not represent my actual feelings.  However, I can see where statements were poorly worded and offensive to many.  I'm sorry and regret making them at all.  People who are familiar with me as evidenced by my Facebook page and other mediums know that I'm an outspoken proponent for the rights of the gay and lesbian community,  women and anyone who feels disenfranchised, and it kills me that some other outsider like myself, despite his or her gender or sexuality, might feel hurt or attacked by something I said.  We're all in the same camp, and I want to do my best to make this world a better place for all of us.  I'm learning all the time.   I promise to be more careful with my words in the future.  And I will do my best to be funnier as well. Much love to all

- James Gunn

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