Netflix Must Remove Argentinian Movie "Desire" for Child Pornography

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A supporter reached out to us regarding the Argentinian movie, "Desearas" [Desire in English], an erotic drama with an opening scene that involves sexual content regarding a prepubescent child (more from the media here). 

We are absolutely against this scene being allowed as we believe it does violate the US Federal Law against child pornography, "any depiction of a minor under 18 years of age engaging in sexually explicit conduct is illegal." The mere fact that this child still has her clothes on does not take away from the fact that it sensationalizes the sexuality of young children as a source of entertainment, being viewed by adults who are watching this movie for erotic entertainment.

Context like this is exactly what child predators seek - evidence to support their opinions that because children can experience sexual stimulation and that, as our biology is designed, experience pleasure from such stimulation, sexual contact with children is therefore normal and unharmful. 

Sexual scenes involving children are absolutely supportive of the pro-pedophilia culture that has gained strength through the birth of internet and social media, even being defended by the ACLU for promoting adult-child sexual relations being protected by free speech. 

Children deserve to live free from sexual exploitation and any media company that seeks to profit from it should be considered an accessory to child pornography  distribution. 

Netflix and any media platform should ban the movie Desearas from being viewed. A message must be sent around the world that such scenes are dangerous and illegal. 

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