The Netflix exodus

Tuesday, September 22, 2020
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Steve Jordahl (OneNewsNow.com)

Netflix button on a remoteOne Million Moms is not surprised that Netflix is leaking subscribers like a sieve since releasing "Cuties," the hyper-sexualized film about 11-year-old girls.

Variety reports that the "subscriber churn rates" began to rise on September 10th, the day after the release of "Cuties," and jumped to nearly eight times higher than the average daily levels recorded in August 2020 – a multi-year high. Monica Cole of One Million Moms is not surprised.

"Netflix is losing subscriptions left and right over not only releasing Cuties, but then trying to defend it, saying they didn't want … little young girls exploited is why they have decided to release Cuties," Cole relays. "Of course, they're doing exactly just that – exploiting these little girls."

Cole is hearing the same thing from her subscribers.

"Our supporters that still had a subscription have now cancelled and are continuing to do so, so we do have reports and comments coming in that they crossed the line, that Netflix has gone too far," the warrior against the exploitation of children, especially by the entertainment media, reports.

Cole

The film has been criticized for the sexualized scenes involving pre-teen girls in which the characters and the actors reportedly rise to the level of child pornography.

"Take our word on it; it's not just one little 'maybe crossed the line,'" Cole asserts. "There are several, several examples that Netflix needs to be held accountable for."

One Million Moms is gathering petition signatures to be sent to Netflix. The organization will also generate a letter asking U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr and members of Congress for a federal investigation.


Editor's Note: OneMillionMoms.com is a division of the American Family Association, the parent organization of the American Family News Network, which operates OneNewsNow.com.

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