Netflix Show “Cuties” May Feed Pedophilia- Set To Debut Sept 9
The poster for a new show on Netflix called “Cuties” went out on Social media an caused instant chaos. Parents were infuriated, as were thousands of other people. Netflix apologized for the poster, calling it “inappropriate.” Duh. What about the show itself? The backlash from the poster alone has echoed across social media. American parents, even some foreign parents are enraged.
#NetflixPedofilia Big corporations are commited to sponsor cultural Marxist agenda. It shouldn’t be any surprise to anyone specially coming from Netflix.
— Uncle Sam's Children (@UncleSamsNation) August 20, 2020
Even a skiffy media like 4Chan has banned any reference to it.
BREAKING: 4chan has banned any posts with content from the Netflix show ‘Cuties’ pic.twitter.com/Qq5DFiK7QK
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) August 20, 2020
THREAD: While the 'Cuties' movie itself may address deeper cultural undertones, the synopsis, content, trailer, the mature rating, abject apology issued by Netflix all express a disturbing tone involving the mainstream hypers*xualization of children.
— Orwell & Goode (@OrwellNGoode) August 20, 2020
The original movie
Original French poster for Cuties vs the one used to market the show in the US, who are they trying to appeal to with this? Netflix may have apologized but whoever approved the marketing for this show needs to be fired and possibly investigated. pic.twitter.com/mFsgUNFhl1
— Mango (@IAteTheMango) August 20, 2020
The French show “Mignonnes” went to the Sundance Movie festival and won an award. It was about an 11 year old girl who revolted against her Islamic parents by joining a “dance”class. It might have been a decent show (except for the twerking issue), but Netflix Marketing malfunctioned on a massive scale with this marketing campaign and destroyed the movie in people’s minds. Subscribers have been cancelling their Netflix accounts.
“We’re deeply sorry for the inappropriate artwork that we used for Mignonnes/Cuties. It was not OK, nor was it representative of this French film which won an award at Sundance. We’ve now updated the pictures and description.” Netflix
Too late. People are furious. Changing the picture and description won’t help. People are bailing on Netflix.
We received this comment:
“The world is full of so many contradictions it’s maddening. In this case, the stars of this film aren’t even old enough to watch it. We have come to a place as a culture where pedophilia is trying to be normalized by big media and it should sicken us all.
As a cop that dealt with too many young women that had been objectified growing up, I have seen the dark path that it often leads them down.
Netflix’s own description: “Amy, an 11-year-old, becomes fascinated with a twerking dance crew. Hoping to join them, she starts to explore her femininity, defying her family’s traditions.”
Why are we becoming so numb to the lie that any and all desires people have are equally valid while in blatant acts of inherent contradiction, anyone disagreeing with them are chastised as intolerant.
Our daughters deserve so much better than to be objectified in front of slobberingly disgusting men willing to watch an 11 year old girl twerk on a screen. Are you as infuriated as I am to know that these actors parents are ultimately selling their children’s bodies for profit?”
Netflix has done this before with a movie about a 10 year old trans kid who was sexually exploited. It’s truly disgusting. Sexualizing children has been going on in our society thanks to an anti-family agenda for some time now. Both the Parents Television Council and National Center on Sexual Exploitation of Children stated that the movie sexualizes children, according to the Daily Caller. Way to go, Netflix.