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Cancel Netflix Backlash Grows Over Cuties Film’s Sexualization of Young Girls 2020

Cancel Netflix Backlash Grows Over Cuties Film’s Sexualization of Young Girls Tweets on Twitter 2020

Cancel Netflix Backlash Grows Over Cuties Film’s Sexualization of Young Girls 2020

If you are wondering why “#CancelNetflix” is the No. 1 trending topic on Twitter

It is because of the French film “Cuties” — about a young Senegalese girl in Paris who joins a “free-spirited dance clique” to escape family dysfunction


#CancelNetflix and #BoycottNetflix are trending right now because of the depiction of child pornography and dangerous exploitation of young girls for profit by the film ‘Cuties’


Anyone covering the CUTIES controversy without acknowledging how QAnon has skewed many people’s perception of child sex trafficking is doing their audience a grave disservice


https://finance.yahoo.com/news/cancel-netflix-backlash-grows-over-192832808.html

I have cancelled my Netflix. Won’t support a company that supports pedophilia. Disgusting. Hope they go out of business!


I hope. But i also wonder who are the parents of those little girls??
This article here describes the movie very well. Apparently it won at Sundance. So it’s been around a while.


What the actual f*** ⁦@netflix⁩?! You’re putting on a film that openly sexualises children & will have countless paedophiles enjoying themselves. I’ll be cancelling my subscription.

Cancel Netflix Backlash Grows Over ‘Cuties’ Sundance Winning Film

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Internautas pedem cancelamento da Netflix após lançamento de filme polêmico Longa francês Cuties é acusado de hipersexualizar crianças de 11 anos. Entenda : Após a Netflix estrear a produção francesa Cuties nesta quinta-feira (10), usuários do Twitter levantaram a hashtag #CancelNetflix (‘cancelem a Netflix’, em tradução livre) em protesto ao retrato sexualizado das crianças de 11 anos que protagonizam o filme. O longa, dirigido por Maïmouna Doucouré, mostra uma garota que, buscando se livrar do ambiente conservador de sua casa, se envolve com um grupo de dança. O filme causou polêmica inicialmente por causa de seu cartaz, que trazia as garotas da trupe em poses sexualizadas, e pela sinopse, que dizia que Amy (Fathia Youssouf) entrava “em contato com sua feminilidade”. A abordagem da Netflix na divulgação do filme ainda incentivou a criação de uma petição online pedindo que usuários cancelassem suas contas. #Netflix #Cuties

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Fox News host Tucker Carlson received immediate backlash on Twitter after saying Kyle Rittenhouse, who was arrested and charged with first-degree intentional homicide for the shootings of two protesters in Kenosha, Wis., “decided to maintain order when no one else would.””Are we really surprised this looting and arson accelerated to murder? How shocked are we that 17-year-olds with rifles decided they had to maintain order when no one else would? Everyone can see what was happening in Kenosha. It was getting crazier by the hour,” Carlson said on his show. Video from Carlson’s Wednesday night Fox News broadcast went viral on Twitter, with many people speaking out against his comments and saying he should be fired. John Cusack, Billy Eichner, Ike Barinholtz and Julie Klausner were among the entertainment-industry figures calling for Carlson to be fired. Carlson’s comments came after NBA players boycotted their playoff games on Wednesday night, following the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha over the weekend and several nights of protests. Blake was shot seven times by a police officer on Sunday, leaving him paralyzed. Protests in several major cities against police violence have taken place this week. On Tuesday night, two people were shot and killed in Kenosha during the third night of unrest following the shooting. Rittenhouse was arrested and charged on Wednesday. Asked for comment, a Fox News spokesperson referred to a tweet by Carlson:The controversy is the latest for the Fox News host, who is a frequent critic of the Black Lives Matter movement. Last month, he took a leave of absence from the show after one of his top writers resigned after making racist and misogynistic posts online. Other celebrities said Carlson was “advocating for murder” and “inciting violence” on air.

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Controversial French film “Cuties” — about a young Senegalese girl in Paris who joins a “free-spirited dance clique” to escape family dysfunction — has spawned a new backlash against Netflix by critics who allege it goes over the line in portraying children in a sexualized manner. The hashtag “#CancelNetflix” was the No. 1 trending topic on Twitter in the U. S. Thursday, after “Cuties” premiered Sept. 9 on Netflix. A petition on Change.org calling on Netflix customers to cancel their subscriptions over “Cuties” and other content on the streaming service “that exploits children and creates a disturbing vibe,” currently has nearly 600,000 signers. Netflix did not respond to a request for comment. Criticism erupted in August over a promotional poster for “Cuties” depicting its young cast members in provocative poses and revealing costumes. Netflix at the time apologized for the image. “We’re deeply sorry for the inappropriate artwork that we used for ‘Mignonnes’/’Cuties,’” a Netflix rep said in a statement to Variety. “It was not OK, nor was it representative of this French film which premiered at Sundance. We’ve now updated the pictures and description.”“Cuties,” from French filmmaker Maïmouna Doucouré, premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, where it won the world cinema dramatic directing award. The film is based on Doucouré’s short film “Maman(s),” about an 8-year-old child furious when her polygamous dad invites his new bride into their Parisian apartment, which won the short film international fiction jury award at Sundance in 2016. Per the Sundance description of “Cuties,” the film “nimbly depicts the tweens’ youthful energy and vulnerabilities while exploring their fumbling eagerness to be identified as sexualized. Fathia Youssouf captivates as Amy, shifting like a chameleon between the different identities her character is juggling and deftly anchoring the film’s immensely watchable, vivacious young cast.”Mary Margaret Olohan, a reporter for conservative publication the Daily Caller, early Thursday tweeted a video clip of the girls in the film dancing suggestively and twerking, commenting, “Netflix is comfortable with this. Plenty of people will defend it. This is where our culture is at.” She added, “I understand this video is upsetting and depicts little girls in a gruesome light. I tweeted it for those who will say that ‘Cuties’ is innocent.”Conservative advocacy group Parents Television Council said in a statement Thursday that after reviewing the film, it “stands by its earlier criticism that the TV-MA-rated film sexualizes children.”According to PTC, the young female actors were trained in highly sexualized dance routines; were given lines with “foul, vulgar language” including f—; and were made to wear revealing clothing.