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Thursday, September 17, 2020

Netflix receives backlash for 'Cuties' movie

Article: Netflix movie 'Cuties' under controversy... subscription cancellations increase

Source: Asia Economy via Naver

1. [+1,583, -114] Then what about teen idols? Our idols also shake their behinds in stage outfits too.

2. [+815, -45] Doesn't this apply to Korean girl groups too?

3. [+373, -7] There needs to be a law that makes it so that only legal adults can become idols. I have no idea what the industry is doing to such young kids...

4. [+57, -4] So many Cho Doo Soons in the making in the comments here

5. [+49, -1] To all of you who don't find this problematic, I dare you to put your daughters out dressed like that to dance in front of strangers too

6. [+38, -4] I'm against teen idols too! They need to make it a law that you have to be 20 and over to become one. Ban all teen idols from TV shows and ban short skirts and high heels. We need to protect our own children too.

7. [+20, -0] I'm not that into PC culture but this movie is definitely problematic. The kids in the movie are 11 years old and they dance in very erotic and sexual ways. 

8. [+20, -0] Planting images like this can lead to scary things

9. [+10, -0] Honestly, this movie's really perverted

10. [+10, -0] For those of you who haven't watched it, the movie features female children 'twerking' in extremely revealing outfits to the point where the close ups of their behinds fill the screen. At least Korean idols are covered up where they need to be and wear shorts underneath their outfits. Korean idols are nothing compared to what's featured in 'Cuties'.

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