Even worse than the disturbing truth that the entertainment industry is full of pedophiles is the fact that they don’t seem to care that the public knows it. It is peak elite privilege when producers and filmmakers can get away with poisoning the moral compass of our country—and the world—by attempting to normalize the over-sexualization of little girls while facing virtually no repercussions.
On Thursday, Netflix halfheartedly apologized for a movie poster for French film entitled “Cuties” depicting half-naked little girls posing in extremely inappropriate, oversexualized positions.
The streaming giant wrote on Twitter, “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.”
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 (@netflix) August 20, 2020
This comes after Netflix announced earlier this week that the French film will be released September 9th after it won an award at this year’s Sundance film festival. Although it will be rated TV-MA, the plot of the film revolves around 11-year-old girls who must take a journey to defy their conservative family traditions after seeing the allure of joining a promiscuous dance group.
— NetflixFilm (@NetflixFilm) August 18, 2020
The movie’s premise alone sparked internet outrage, as it basically glorifies twerking for little girls. But also of concern was the fact that the American movie poster very obviously appeals to pedophiles, whereas the French movie poster was a much more normal, acceptable portrayal of young girls, showing them mostly covered, happy, and shopping.
One Twitter user posted a side-by-side comparison of the posters, condemning the American poster, “its interesting to compare the French version of the cuties poster to the American version… like the French version has more “kids having fun!” vibes, while the American version is just…gross. I feel like the #Netflix marketing team has a lot to answer for.
its interesting to compare the french version of the cuties poster to the american version…
like the French version has more "kids having fun!" vibes, while the American version is just fucking…. gross.
I feel like the #Netflix marketing team has a lot to answer for. pic.twitter.com/c8QrX0EY75
— kitti (@yeetdere) August 20, 2020
Our country has a serious problem on our hands if the progressive elites and entertainment industry have so much power that they can literally push an extra-sexualized movie poster to our children. It has never been clearer that they are intentionally trying to poison and corrupt our youth.
Justifiably so, the American people slammed the film and demanded Netflix cancel the September premiere. Americans fed up with the industry took to a Change.org petition to fight back against “Cuties,” prompting Netflix to issue a lackluster apology.
So far, over 171,000 Americans have signed the petition started by Allison Mitchell, who wrote, “This movie/show is disgusting as it sexualizes an ELEVEN-year-old for the viewing pleasure of pedophiles and also negatively influences our children!”
It continues, “There is no need for this kind of content in that age group, especially when sex trafficking and pedophilia are so rampant! There is no excuse, this is dangerous content!”
I couldn’t have said it better. The petition organizer is 100% correct. These filmmakers and Netflix are clearly exploiting children, and there’s no getting around it.
During a time where sex trafficking is one of the most troubling issues facing America, Jeffrey Epstein’s sex ring has come to light, and apps like TikTok are condemned for sexualizing young girls, this movie is the LAST thing Americans want to see from the film industry. So, why is this okay?
The short answer is that it isn’t, but the progressive Left doesn’t care about what Americans want. They only care about shoving their sick agenda down our throats, and that involves normalizing and promoting pedophilia.
Hopefully, the petition puts enough pressure on Netflix to halt the movie’s release. You can sign the petition here.