Netflix Cuties has caused outrage ever since they released their poster sexualizing 11 year old children. Despite the constant calls for Netflix to remove the film thus far they have refused to do so.
Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, and Susan Rice all serve on the board of directors at Netflix and have not commented on the films controversy as of yet.
A new shocking scene
A young girl ran into her closet to get away from her father and took a photo of her vagina and sent it out over the internet. Unbelievable
The film blatantly features the sexualization of children and is about an 11 year old dance team. The film is rated TV Mature. The only market for this film is pedophiles.
Democrat congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard did not mix words with her viral statement on social media.
Why is Netflix being so stubborn and refusing to take off a show that is clearly blatant Pedophilia? In my opinion they are trying to normalize this disgusting behavior and will most likely release more trash like this in the future.
Our previous article on Cuties from a few weeks ago
A new movie from Netflix, titled “Cuties,” is being banned for sexualizing little girls. The company has apologized for the ad they originally released for the film after the harsh backlash online.
The trailer for Cuties had over 20,000 thumbs down on YouTube and only 5,000 thumbs up. (liberals)
Over 50,000 petitions have been signed to ban the film from being released.
The film was described by Netflix as follows.
“Amy, 11, becomes fascinated with a twerking dance crew. Hoping to join them, she starts to explore her femininity, defying her family’s traditions.”
The film was originally a French release but apparently Netflix figured there are enough pedophiles in America to release it here too.
The film, which premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, premieres on the streaming service Sept. 9. The trailer was released earlier this week on YouTube. It has a TV-MA rating from Netflix.
“Eleven-year-old Amy starts to rebel against her conservative family’s traditions when she becomes fascinated with a free-spirited dance crew,” the film’s description reads on the site.
However, Metro reports that the original summary was much more salacious: “Amy, 11, becomes fascinated with a twerking dance crew. Hoping to join them, she starts to explore her femininity, defying her family’s traditions.”
Netflix told the outlet the changes were made to ensure accuracy. They later issued an apology after the backlash.
The main character, Amy, is a Senegalese Muslim girl who lives in a poor neighborhood in France.
The French film, which also goes by “Mignonnes,” was written and directed by Maïmouna Doucouré, who is also Senegalese. She won the jury award at Sundance for directing the movie.
Her inspiration for the film came from seeing an amateur talent show in Paris. “There were these girls onstage dressed in a really sexy fashion in short, transparent clothes,” the first-time director told ScreenDaily. “They danced in a very sexually suggestive manner. There also happened to be a number of African mothers in the audience. I was transfixed, watching with a mixture of shock and admiration. I asked myself if these young girls understood what they were doing.”
She spent a year interviewing kids in the area to find out why they wanted to act this way.
Petitioners say the film exploits children. “The movie ‘Cuties’ shows children dressed provocatively, dancing sexually and is rated only for adult viewers,” reads their post on Change.org. “It was created for the entertainment of adults who are pedophiles. Please sign the petition to protect our children from exploitation in movies.”
Some Twitter users were equally enraged. Much of the anger was directed at the marketing poster for the film, which shows the young cast posing in cropped dance costumes.
“When you call a movie ‘Cuties’ and promote it like this: That’s sexualizing 11yr old kids,” wrote @iDavid76. “Shame on you, @Netflix.”
“The thing about the Netflix campaign for Cuties is how disgustingly sexualized these girls are,” posted @wwarrior_1. “Compare the poster and blurb from Netflix versus the ones on IMDb, s - - t is as different as night and day. Someone should get fired.”
“Black girls suffering from Adultification bias is very f - - king real,” said another user. “No child should ever be put into any disgusting situation like this.”