Rose McGowan expresses her outrage over pro-pedophilia Netflix movie 'Cuties'

McGowan was celebrated by media and fellow celebs during the #MeToo era. Will she be ignored now?
Libby Emmons Brooklyn, NY

Rose McGowan has run out of patience for Hollywood and their pro-pedophilia filmmaking, as exhibited by the Netflix release Cuties. McGowan was celebrated by media and fellow celebs during the #MeToo era. Will she be ignored now?

In the wake of the controversy surrounding the new child exploitation film Cuties on Netflix, she posted and tagged an image from her hit show Charmed to show just how furious she really is.

McGowan's patience is spent, and as a result, Hollywood is getting choked out.

The Cuties movie has received a moralistic lashing for portraying young girls in hyper-sexualized ways. The streaming release of the award-winning French film, that features young girls dancing in ways that would make erotic dancers blush sparked a #CancelNetflix campaign on social media.

Questions have been asked not only about the entertainment industry infrastructure that allowed a piece like this to be given the green light at every stage of the production process, but as to a parental value system that would put children in harms way like this.

McGowan has spoken out against the exploitation of women and girls by the Hollywood entertainment machine. She experienced objectification at a young age, and learned to exploit herself in the way that the industry expected.

In the image, it is a demon possessed witch choking out Rose McGowan. It is a still from an episode of Charmed, season 4, episode 2, "Hell Hath no Fury," where Paige (Rose McGowan) has come into the witch sisters' lives after Prue (Shannon Doherty) left. Piper (Holly Marie Combs) gets possessed by a demon and attacks Paige.

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