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‘Cuties’

Netflix sluttifying 11 year old girls

So, I worked hard yesterday morning to write a long, thoughtful post dissecting a New York Times columnist’s views on race.  And then I worked hard in the afternoon writing a long, thoughtful post dissecting the way the woke use language to deceive and indoctrinate people.

And then I see that the lunatic Laura Loomer won her Congressional primary in Florida and that Trump  halfway endorsed QAnon in his press conference, because they like him.

So I’m thinking: the world is crazy. And then I see the child porn that the filthy, disgusting Netflix is bringing us in September, and I think yeah, burn the whole damn thing down. Here is the official synopsis:

Eleven-year-old Amy lives with her mom, Mariam, and younger brother, awaiting her father to rejoin the family from Senegal. Amy is fascinated by disobedient neighbor Angelica’s free-spirited dance clique, a group that stands in sharp contrast to stoic Mariam’s deeply held traditional values. Undeterred by the girls’ initial brutal dismissal and eager to escape her family’s simmering dysfunction, Amy, through an ignited awareness of her burgeoning femininity, propels the group to enthusiastically embrace an increasingly sensual dance routine, sparking the girls’ hope to twerk their way to stardom at a local dance contest.

Eleven. Years. Old. Here’s the trailer:

Twerking their way to stardom. Eleven years old. Reed Hastings is the founder and CEO of Netflix. Here is he and his leadership team — the whole lot of them grooming little girls for sexual exploitation. These are little girls, and this Netflix show has the acting like strippers as a way of finding their way to liberation.

What is wrong with these Netflix people? Do they not have children? Do they think our daughters are only valuable insofar as they can cosplay as sluts who are sexually available to men? What is wrong with you, Netflix? How can you live with yourself, sexually exploiting children like this?

There is nothing politicians can do about this. But it sure does make me care less about the crackpottery going on with the Republican Party when filth like this, which is beyond the ability of politics to address, goes mainstream.

Reed Hastings. I hope sometime this fall a Senate committee calls him to Capitol Hill and forces him to talk about how proud he is that he has 11 year olds twerking on his degenerate network.

 

about the author

Rod Dreher is a senior editor at The American Conservative. A veteran of three decades of magazine and newspaper journalism, he has also written three New York Times bestsellers—Live Not By Lies, The Benedict Option, and The Little Way of Ruthie Lemingas well as Crunchy Cons and How Dante Can Save Your Life. Dreher lives in Baton Rouge, La.

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