They had decided to withdraw the gay character, but the lobby got angry and decided to bring her back…
Netflix has Jurassic World on its children’s series platform right now. The series narrates the adventures of a group of teenagers abandoned on Isla Nublar, evacuated after the events of Jurassic World 2015.
In the 8th chapter one of the teens, Yazz, tells another of the teens, Sammy, that she is attracted to her and they kiss. It could have been a mix-up, but from then on the whole series is about validating lesbian kissing. They call themselves “girlfriends”. Their friends congratulate them, their families are delighted to see them happy…
In a series aimed at 7 year olds!
Not surprisingly, the issue has sparked a wave of indignation. Because parents want to be able to turn on a children’s series and be reassured that the series is indeed intended for children and that no one is going to try to indoctrinate their children in the LGBT agenda.
The funny thing is that four years ago, the company decided to remove the gay character from the children’s series. They came up with the excuse that it unnecessarily lengthened the series, but the reality is that they decided not to unnecessarily inconvenience the parents.
The LGBT lobby understood the operation perfectly and mounted a campaign of criticism, decrying that Netflix had “put in the closet” the gay character in Jurassic World. The campaign insisted that only 12.8% of major productions feature a gay character. Didn’t we agree that, according to the lobby, 10% of the population is homosexual? 12.8% would already be an overwhelming presence…
The fact is that the LGBT lobby’s campaign has had an effect and Netflix has finally “outed” its gay character.
It does so despite the fact that the company has lost two-thirds of its stock market value in the last 10 months. It is already at pre-pandemic levels. The explosion of online audiovisual consumption has not yet taken place. It is true that there are doubts about the business model. But it is also true that systematically kicking your customers is not the best way to take care of your bottom line. In fact, it is a true “business suicide”.
So the choice is clear: either Netflix bets on the LGTBQ agenda or it bets on families and respecting the innocence of children. What many parents are already telling Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is that they can’t take the risk of their children consuming LGBT indoctrination during a children’s series.
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