Good Boys (2019 movie) - Sexualization of Children

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I will not take a screenshot. Disgusting. This is not comedy, not normal. This is a very sneaky agenda. How long have these things been seen as normal?

Look at the preview image of their choice for the trailer video. A kid and his saliva.
 





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New role models for kids ? How to act tough ? Grown ups will not see it that way, but kids will...Target audience is what about 9-14 ? So sick...
 





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Theres even a tv spot promo with Seth Rogan telling the actors "You guys aren't old enough to see your own movie."

I had the same feeling about this movie. I was amazed that this is actually a movie. It's like a mainstream version of the movie Kids.
 





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As I saw this yesterday for the first time, I was appalled, shocked, flabbergasted.... ugh I though what a sick concept for this "movie". Garbage is what it is. Young kids are in it but it's rated R????The fact that they had to ask the dummy if she could be kissed, seemed like a mockery to the real life experience. Like if it was ridiculous to ask a girl if she could be kissed.
I HOPE HOPE HOPE there's a huge BACKLASH and no one goes to watch this putrefaction of "entertainment".
 





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Ya, when I saw that little kids were the star of a rated r movie..I knew it wasn’t going to be good...can their parents be cited for child abuse? Its amazing what things can be tolerated for a movie...
 





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They've been doing crap like this for a long time. Take the movie "Pretty Baby" with Brooke Shields about a child prostitute. That movie should never have been made -- and in fact, there were also some nude photos of her that were legal at that time which was complete child pornography. But, hey, it made her a superstar, so the end justifies the means, right? And let's not forget that whole incest promoting movie she was also in called "Blue Lagoon". Or the movie promoting teen sex, "Endless Love". She was basically the poster child of deviancy back in my day.

There is always some push back on this p***philia agenda, but every time they still manage to move us closer to their eventual goal: normalization of p***philia. And make no mistake about it -- the transgender ideology is promoted not on behalf of actual transgender individuals (who are actually very rare), but is promoted because it pushes the notion that young children should have agency over their bodies. Today it is just about choosing what gender they want to be. Eventually, it will be about the right to choose their own sexual partners -- even if those partners are much older than them (or inter-generational love as they like to euphemistically call it).

I used to ridicule conservatives who talked about the "slippery slope" because I thought that there was no way that things would ever be taken that far. Now that I see the whole Jessica Yaniv controversy in Canada -- I can see that I was so wrong about that. If you give an inch, they will take a mile because people don't want to be considered "prudish" or "repressed" by insisting that there should be some measure of common decency in society.
 





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I will not take a screenshot. Disgusting. This is not comedy, not normal. This is a very sneaky agenda. How long have these things been seen as normal?

Look at the preview image of their choice for the trailer video. A kid and his saliva.
That is so nasty, but not a surprise given Seth Rogan and his dirty cartoon Sausage Party among other fine cinematic gems he's made. I've only seen The Interview and that was enough. Only saw that because I wanted to see why N. Korea's leader was so mad at it. I did laugh at the "Stranger Things" comment in the trailer, but nothing else was funny, just crude and disgusting.
 





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Saw this trailer yesterday due to popping up on my Facebook feed. I did not find it funny at all. I loved Seth Rogen’s films back when they were funny and were only for adult audiences. But since Sausage Party and now this? It’s just so wrong and you can clearly see where the agenda is being pushed.

Want to know the fucked up thing though? Majority of the people commenting on the trailer were parents and actually found it hilarious :/
 





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They've been doing crap like this for a long time. Take the movie "Pretty Baby" with Brooke Shields about a child prostitute. That movie should never have been made -- and in fact, there were also some nude photos of her that were legal at that time which was complete child pornography. But, hey, it made her a superstar, so the end justifies the means, right? And let's not forget that whole incest promoting movie she was also in called "Blue Lagoon". Or the movie promoting teen sex, "Endless Love". She was basically the poster child of deviancy back in my day.

There is always some push back on this p***philia agenda, but every time they still manage to move us closer to their eventual goal: normalization of p***philia. And make no mistake about it -- the transgender ideology is promoted not on behalf of actual transgender individuals (who are actually very rare), but is promoted because it pushes the notion that young children should have agency over their bodies. Today it is just about choosing what gender they want to be. Eventually, it will be about the right to choose their own sexual partners -- even if those partners are much older than them (or inter-generational love as they like to euphemistically call it).

I used to ridicule conservatives who talked about the "slippery slope" because I thought that there was no way that things would ever be taken that far. Now that I see the whole Jessica Yaniv controversy in Canada -- I can see that I was so wrong about that. If you give an inch, they will take a mile because people don't want to be considered "prudish" or "repressed" by insisting that there should be some measure of common decency in society.
Liberal former coworkers of mine used to make fun of me for using the term "slippery slope" also. One of the problems with that "Slope" is that it doesn't end. It just keeps on going... things get worse and in faster rate as well. Desensitization is real.
 





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I watched the trailer for "Good Boys". And I don't think the spin the bottle scene went too far. It was probably a bad idea or at least poorly executed. Especially from a risk vs reward perspective.

When I was growing up we literally played spin the bottle without the bottle. So I'm just not getting all of the slippery slope arguments going on here. I think those arguments are logical fallacies. Mainly because if the slope to desensitization was real than we are way past the point of no return.

I think over-sexualization is a real problem. It just deserves much better than the arguments offered. It can't be a slope because we will never learn to fly. We can't attack it with emotions because nobody smart will follow us. We need to be sharp and have our priorities right. Like focusing on awareness and making that our main pitch.
 





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Saw on Yahoo today that it was the top rated film at the box office this weekend. Smh. America is not only being dumbed down but perverted as well.
I gotta say, I think we should look at those stats on a ‘curve’ for 2 reasons:
-that superhero movie with Brie Larson that ppl said was trash and they wouldn’t see was #1...but some ind investigators noticed a weird trend...’sold out’ theatres that were basically empty. The studio bought a crap ton of tickets to make it look like the men bashing, feminist propaganda was being embraced to save their butts. I think that happens more than we know when they’re trying to push an agenda
#2... I barely know anyone that goes to movies anymore bc most of them are trash. The silent majority isn’t supporting that crap, that’s why sales are tanking. The ppl that do support it, or apathy rules their decisions, are the ones that still ‘support’ Hollywood mess

Theatres are having to do these month movie passes to try and get ppl to go see movies. It’s like $18 to see an unlimited # of movies for an entire month (Regal theatres I think). They’re desperate. We’re realizing all of these ‘stars’ are degenerates, it’ll just get worse for Hollywood.
 





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I gotta say, I think we should look at those stats on a ‘curve’ for 2 reasons:
-that superhero movie with Brie Larson that ppl said was trash and they wouldn’t see was #1...but some ind investigators noticed a weird trend...’sold out’ theatres that were basically empty. The studio bought a crap ton of tickets to make it look like the men bashing, feminist propaganda was being embraced to save their butts. I think that happens more than we know when they’re trying to push an agenda
#2... I barely know anyone that goes to movies anymore bc most of them are trash. The silent majority isn’t supporting that crap, that’s why sales are tanking. The ppl that do support it, or apathy rules their decisions, are the ones that still ‘support’ Hollywood mess

Theatres are having to do these month movie passes to try and get ppl to go see movies. It’s like $18 to see an unlimited # of movies for an entire month (Regal theatres I think). They’re desperate. We’re realizing all of these ‘stars’ are degenerates, it’ll just get worse for Hollywood.
Good point. The Yahoo article was genuinely weird with saying a variety of people went to see the movie: 50% white, then Hispanics, blacks, and Asians. Making up statistics perhaps?

And @Aero it's not just spin the bottle in the movie. The trailer shows these kids looking at porn and finding sex toys. Spin the bottle is tame compared to what's really going on in the movie.