Netflix Defends ‘Cuties’ Movie Accused Of Sexualizing Children, Calling It ‘A Powerful Story’

Netflix defended their own “Cuties” film, that was popularly charged of sexualizing kids, informing that the film is “a strong post.”

“Cuties is a social commentary over the sexualization of young kids,” Netflix stated in an announcement. “It’s an award winning movie & a strong post regarding the stress young ladies face on social media(SM) & from community extra usually growing up – & we’d encourage anybody who cares regarding these important problems to see the film.”

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) responded to Netflix’s announcement by suggesting that it has been perhaps time for the video footage streaming service to testify ahead of the U.S. Senate.

“Maybe @Netflix would like to come talk this over before Congress,” Hawley wrote.

“The film focuses on a crowd of 11-year-old ladies who form a twerking dance crowd, much to the chagrin of 1 role’s quite conservative Senegalese family (4),” Fox Information recorded. “Netflix formerly apologized after the poster for the French movie demonstrated the underage cast posing in a sexual way. As of now, there’s renewed criticism over the film, that premiered in Sundance.”

Netflix is a hardcore left-wing firm whose employees that donate to political students donate 98% of the time to Democrat students.

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