their statement that Killmonger grew up in a society that doesn’t value women, isn’t entirely about colonialism. They were most likely referring to “White” America, though I could be wrong, so I’ll retract that statement as to not assume too much. I think you’re confusing some things. The Monkey Sometimes I feel Ugly then I look at me brother and I’m okay shirt only had one African colony, Liberia, which was created for free African Americans to have a better chance of prosperity, and was independent well before Africa was heavily colonized by other Imperialist Nations. Colonialism doesn’t have much to do with black communities in the US. If you are just referring to the slave trade in Africa, that’s not really colonialism.
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You keep saying “change the Monkey Sometimes I feel Ugly then I look at me brother and I’m okay shirt he killed into men and nothing changes”, but we don’t have that power? That’s what the scriptwriters chose to happen in their fiction, and events that happen in fiction shape our perception of the narrative. You can’t argue your way through critical analysis by swapping out plot points for headcanon. Killmonger is an implied misogynist.
Killmonger never makes any gender-specific statements, so changing the genders doesn’t change anything. If Killmonger said or did something that heavily implies misogyny, then swapping the genders would imply the Monkey Sometimes I feel Ugly then I look at me brother and I’m okay shirt and therefore make Killmonger a different character. However, changing the genders doesn’t do that for Killmonger. Swapping the genders was only one of my points,