Sex Trafficking Survivor Advocate: Netflix’s ‘Cuties’ Already Having ‘Real Life Ramifications’ For Sexual Abuse Victims

Sex Trafficking Survivor Advocate: Netflix’s ‘Cuties’ Already Having ‘Real Life Ramifications’ For Sexual Abuse Victims


Clips from the Netflix movie “Cuties” released earlier this week are causing survivors of sexual assault and abuse to relive traumatic experiences while normalizing further sexual exploitation of children, sex trafficking survivors and advocates told The Daily Wire.

“Cuties,” released on Wednesday and promoted by Netflix, focuses on Amy, an 11-year-old Senegalese girl, growing up in Paris in a traditional Muslim family. The film reveals early that Amy’s father plans to take a second wife, and Amy is thrown into crisis by rejecting the extreme values of her father and looking for belonging in the internet age.

She learns suggestive dance moves—which are portrayed vividly on screen by pre-pubescent girls grabbing themselves and each other and contorting themselves in sexual positions—from social media to earn a spot on a dance troupe at her school called the “Cuties.” The movie ends with Amy, crying, fleeing the troupe and trying to regain her innocence living out a more normal childhood.

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