‘Dirty Dozen List’ names 12 companies profiting off sexual exploitation


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A popular home entertainment streaming service, Netflix made the list by having what NCOSE described as “rampant sexual objectification and glamorization of abuse” in its content.

“Sociologists have identified a marked increase in graphic sex scenes and gratuitous nudity permeating Netflix shows. Further, Netflix continues a trend of normalizing the sexualization of children and whitewashing the violence and exploitation in prostitution,” stated NCOSE.

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“Netflix regularly ignores calls by influencers and advocates to remove particularly egregious films, demonstrating their lack of corporate social responsibility and their callous willingness to profit from this horrific content.”

In 2020, Netflix garnered controversy for running the film “Cuties,” which featured children as young as 11 performing sexually explicit dance moves. Backlash included the streaming service being indicted by a grand jury in Texas for “lewd” depiction of children.

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