I have only recently dug up info about this, and, in order to combat disinformation and toxicity in the fandom (as for too long I have seen this picture become an instrument of hatred), I wish to share my findings. I am, of course, talking about the infamous "The Force is Female" picture [https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C-dTHZdUMAAtIdC.jpga], which is costantly used to point at Kathleen Kennedy as evil, man-hating, trying to "appropriate" the franchise from the poor little boys (often mixed in with the carefully twsited claim that she "does not need to cater to men", when in fact she was specifically speaking about the subset of toxic fandom, mostly made up of men, that had complained about the diverse casting of Rogue One and having another woman as the protagonist) or even (if tinfoil for hats abunds in the house) that she was legitimately giving the Force a canonical gender. Yes, some people can be that stupid, trust me - or better yet, check it out for yourselves. Anyway, on to the actual facts. "The Force is Female" has nothing to do with Star Wars. Like, nothing at all. That shirt was not printed by Lucasfilm/Disney/whatever for Kennedy to wear. "The Force is Female" is a campaign created and sponsored by Nike, aimed to promote the image of "women that aspire to shape the future and think outside of the box" [https://missbish.com/nikes-new-campaign-is-all-about-girlbosses-the-force-is-female/]. In case you are still doubtful, check the font - it is the same. So, "Force" as in "Strenght", not as in "Mystical energy field that binds all living beings together". No correlation, whatsoever, to the Force from Star Wars. "But then - some may wonder - why is Kennedy wearing this shirt? Did she "hijack" the campaign to make a statement for herself?" A legitimate question - had she herself taken the photo, in her own workplace, and posted it. However, none of the aforemented things happened. The photo was taken at the Archer Film Festival, an event aimed at young women interested in entering (and, most importantly, struggling to; because, putting aside any opinion you may have of feminism, many women do have to struggle more to affirm themselves as directors or producers) film industry on a high level. An event she did not organize but was invited to (by a man and with her husband, no less), for reasons related to her career as a high-profile producer and contribution to many women in the industry - not for reason tied to Star Wars - to act as one of the main speakers. [https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.ho...-at-archer-film-festival-998045?source=images]. And even when she DID speak referencing Star Wars, she never mentioned anything about some secret man-hating agenda - in fact, she spoke of equality, hope and determination, all while quoting Yoda. Not even Leia, the poster woman for "strong and indipendent". She quoted our favorite "little, green friend". Look at the second pic, bottom of the article. A quite large number of people, all wearing the "Force is Female" shirt - are they all into some secret coven to plot againist male Star Wars fans, or could it be that they are all wearing that shirt for completely unrelated reasons to the Galaxy far far away? Even the other women in the original "incriminated" pic are completely unrelated to Star Wars - they are Archer seniors and fest co-chairs Billie Wakeham and Alex Sherman, together with Archer head of school Elizabeth English. So, to sum it up: the shirt was not created to make a statement about the Force from Star Wars and she is not wearing it to make a statement about the Force from Star Wars. Now, your opinion on her managment of the franchise is your opinion and that I won't discuss. But - hoping nobody here has done it already and broadening this beyond this specific photo and Star Wars in general - please don't use out-of context images to spread lies and incite negativity, and don't trust buzzword - spewing Youtubers or bloggers, always search for the factual truth first.