Enough Is Enough has joined numerous calls for the removal of the film “Cuties” from Netflix. Now an investigation by the Department of Justice for child p-rnography production and distribution is underway.
Netflix has lost over $9 billion in stock market value since the #CancelNetflix hashtag began, but more needs to be done! Good! Any network that promotes pedophelia should fall. Near the end, see how you can help.
Released on Netflix in the U.S. on September 9th, “Cuties” places scantily-clad very young girls on the world stage for all to see, exploiting young pre-adolescent actresses in skimpy attire who twerk, hump, gyrate, and perform stripper dance moves with crotch grabs and leg spreads, while production cameras zoom in and slowly pan up and down the girls’ bodies.
Netflix glorifies/promotes a movie that exploits children – they say – to bring attention to the fact that children are exploited – let that sink it.
The film description reads: “Eleven-year-old Amy starts to rebel against her conservative family’s traditions when she becomes fascinated with a free-spirited dance crew.”
In reality, this film is a criminal display normalizing child sexual exploitation and sexualized behaviors. In one scene, a rival dance member exposes her bare breast at the end of the group’s dance routine; in others, crude sexual comments are made in hopes of attracting the attention of boys.
While in school, the girls’ reactions are shown after watching a graphic sex act on a cell phone, contemplating whether or not it was rape.
Closer to the film’s end, she is shown removing her pants and underwear to photograph between her legs, then uploads the image to a social media!
In a digital society already overrun with child sex abuse images, “Cuties” is an irresponsible, gross display of sexual exploitation on the part of Netflix and the film’s French director and writer Maïmouna Doucouré, whetting the appetites and sexual fantasies of pedophiles, sexual predators and traffickers with its hypersexualized content.
This is simply excellent if you are a parent and want to understand how film and media affect our daughters!
Worth every minute.
The villain of the movie “Cuties” is a traditional Muslim women who doesn’t want her daughter to be sexualized – let that sink in.
Predators and sex traffickers are constantly looking for vulnerable children, including those who have previously been sexually exploited or abused. Watching this films does just that!
This stomach-churning display of hypersexualized, pre-teen eroticized “dance” results in permission-giving beliefs to young girls that this behavior is desirable, acceptable and safe.
During the COVID pandemic, Teenvogue.com preyed on the vulnerabilities, sexual curiosities and peer pressures experienced by today’s teens and tweens by encouraging its young readers to engage in sexting, putting them at greater risk of exploitation by sex traffickers and predators.
Self-generated imagery now accounts for almost a third of web pages featuring sexual images of children that they take down, and more than a third of those images feature 11 to 13-year-old children, of which the majority is girls.
The movie is rated MA, for Mature Audiences. A movie about 11 year olds twerking – rated for mature.
Child pornography under federal law is defined as any visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct involving a minor (someone under 18 years of age). Visual depictions include photographs, videos, digital or computer generated images indistinguishable from an actual minor, and images created, adapted, or modified, but appear to depict an identifiable, actual minor.
Tech companies reported over 45 million online photos and videos of children being sexually abused — more than double what they found the previous year.
In a time in America in which the sexual exploitation of children in the digital world has escalated during COVID lockdown and virtual learning, “Cuties” is only throwing gasoline on an existing blazing fire. Talk about a double standard! How in the world can the #metoo movement justify portraying young girls in this way?
PLEASE sign the petition to cancel Cuties on Netflix! GO HERE
And PASS THIS Along to parents and others who may not know about this, but care!
Please cancel your Netflix prescription if you still have one, and let’s fight with our dollars!
Excerpts from Enough Is Enough: Making the Internet Safer For Children and Families
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