- Mar 14, 2017
WHAT THE HELLL GUYSSS?!??
It's true I've always accepted a certain amount of collateral damage. And there's nothing wrong with your position. I'm just trying to go beyond it, and see some different angles. Sometimes you have to really look for a silver lining.if you’re ok with the collateral damage, that’s your thing. Other people realize that such methods really are unnecessary and serve no real productive purpose.
No, I don’t think there will be any real change because the efforts for “change” ride the fence. They are hypocritical in nature. They start a fire then soothe the flames by directing the conversation elsewhere...children aren’t being saved by this, if that’s really the purpose of the movie. Its naive to think so, yes.
Most people, if anyone, don’t need a movie about an oppressed 11 yr old Islamic girl learning how to be seductive to tell them to protect their children..it doesn’t even make sense. There’s very obviously an agenda here. It is what it is.
I think the bigger issue lies in whether or not the message gets through.I haven't seen it nor do I have any plans to since I don't want the FBI to break down my door, but I've seen some screen-shots and the movie looks horrendous. It's just an excuse to normalize paedophilia, under the guise of the movie being an exposé about the subject.
No, your not dumb at all......Your asking the right questions............!Sorry, I’m dumb. What does this mean exactly?
Texas? They have the death penalty don’t they?AUSTIN, Texas (KEYE) – Texas lawmakers are again targeting the controversial Netflix film "Cuties," and this time the streaming giant is being indicted. Rep. Matt Schaefer of Texas House District 6 tweeted out a copy of the indictment today.cbsaustin.com