BEWARE of Netflix's 'Big Mouth'; Pedophile-Obsessed Hollywood Is Trying to Destroy Our Kids
Kevin Spacey may have a new favorite show on Netflix called Big Mouth, aimed at sexualizing fourteen-year-olds (just the way he likes them). It's an animated cartoon for teens going through puberty. It is little more than a pedophile's grooming fantasy, featuring young boys and girls masturbating, talking to their genitalia (that talk back), and having disgusting conversations with their parents about kissing penises. (In one scene a boy's father tells him it's okay to kiss another man's penis.)
Considering the sexual deviants being outed in Hollywood from Harvey Weinstein to Kevin Spacey and more, doesn't it strike you as odd that Netflix would greenlight a project like this right now? They canceled House of Cards because of Kevin Spacey's kid problem, but they're going to run with this? The argument cannot be made that this show is for adults. No adult on earth (except Kevin Spacey and other pederasts) would watch this. Even the show's creators made it clear the intended audience is adolescent boys and girls:
In an interview with Variety, voice actor Jenny Slate and executive producer Jennifer Flackett talked about how the show was aimed at “building an identity” for young teens. Flackett went so far as to say, “There’s a lot of stuff, especially for girls, that goes really underground. It was a chance to say, ‘You don’t need to be ashamed of everything.’”
I don't know, but I think there are plenty of things to be ashamed about, including whoever backed this project at Netflix aimed at kids. Not only is the sex stuff nauseating, but the language is absolutely foul. How many of your adolescent kids are using the f-word nonstop? Not surprisingly, the entertainment media (crawling with sexual deviants) just loves it. IndieWire's Ben Travers says in "Big Mouth’ Review: Nick Kroll’s Exemplary Netflix Comedy is a Horrifying and Hilarious Portrait of Childhood":
“ Big Mouth” is the most sensitive television show ever made to feature a mustachioed five-foot tall dick trying to dunk a basketball. Told from the terrified perspectives of three best friends, the new Netflix animated comedy honestly captures the horrors of adolescence with the sagacious perspective of an adult. Co-creators Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Jennifer Flackett, and Mark Levin are unafraid to tell the embarrassing truths of pubescence, but know exactly how to cut through the many scenes of tension, pain, and terror with an equal number of outstandingly juvenile jokes. In short, “Big Mouth” stands out for all the right reasons.
Take, for instance, that scene with the penis (who apparently takes grooming tips from Larry Bird). Nick, voiced by Nick Kroll, is a kid in junior high who gets so freaked out when he finds out his best friend Andrew’s penis looks different than his, he sees dicks everywhere. Wherever he looks, he can’t stop imagining the people around him as human-sized penises, chatting with each other and, yes, playing basketball.