Why The BBC Is Considering Banning John Travolta And Olivia Newton-John’s Grease


It all started when Grease ended up running on one of the BBC’s stations on Boxing Day. Meant to be a holiday treat for everyone to enjoy, the decision felt like a natural fit, as the holiday season is when classics tend to come out to play. But as Express reported, the internet exploded with comments about how the perceived sexism, misogyny and lack of consent in situations throughout Grease have made director Randal Kleiser’s movie downright unwatchable in the eyes of some.

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