WF Ep. 170 Dahmer Monster Review
On this week’s WilmsFront myself and Richard Wolstencroft are reviewing the LGBT show of the year Dahmer Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story which has topped the Netflix most watched chart.
The 10-part series was created by Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan and stars Evan Peters as Jeffrey Dahmer. Despite its popularity Netflix’s decision to tag the show as LGBTQ upset activists as it is not the representation they are looking for. The fact that many serial killers are homosexual cannot be denied. Two homosexual serial killers John Wayne Gacy and Dean Corll have a connection to a homosexual boy sex trafficker John David Norman who was the Jeffrey Epstein of the 1970s.
Even though many episodes focus on Dahmer’s victims, particularly those who were black and Asian it has still been labeled exploitative. There are many creative liberties taken in the series which are revealed in another Netflix series the Jeffrey Dahmer tapes by Joe Berlinger. Glenda Cleveland was not Dahmer’s next-door neighbor but lived across the street and found Dahmer victim Konerak Sinthasomphone naked on the street whom police returned to Dahmer’s apartment where he was murdered.
Despite the gruesome nature of Dahmer’s murders (17 young men and boys in total) including dismembering and even eating some of his victims countless Dahmer memes have been shared on social media. Musicians Katy Perry, Kesha, and Eminem have been asked to retrospectively apologize for song lyrics referencing Dahmer. There are people urging others not to dress as Dahmer for Halloween.
The left are eating themselves over gay cannibal’s ‘inconvenient’ sexuality – OutSpoken
CRIME HUNTER: How ‘pedophile’s pedophile’ linked two serial killers – Toronto Sun
What’s real and what’s fiction in Netflix’s Jeffrey Dahmer series, ‘Monster’ – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Musicians Are Being Called Out for Referencing Jeffrey Dahmer in Their Lyrics – Seventeen Magazine
People are being warned not to dress as Jeffrey Dahmer for Halloween – LADBible