September 2020 – For four seasons, Netflix has polluted the television landscape with 13 Reasons Why, portraying sexual perversions and suicide as the norm for impressionable teens. Netflix’s current contamination of the entertainment environment includes the streaming of the Polish feature film 365 Days.
Even the New York Times cited the movie’s sour reception by critics and “a growing backlash from those who say it glorifies rape culture.” Trailers for the film use softcore pornography and sexual bondage scenes.
According to Parents Television Council (PTC), sex trafficking, rape, and kidnapping are glamorized by the film. At press time, PTC had mounted a campaign calling on Netflix CEO Reed Hastings to remove the offensive film from its streaming service.
“Netflix has given their corporate imprimatur to sexual exploitation by distributing – and profiting from – a film that asks us to be entertained by it,” said PTC president Tim Winter. For updates on this issue, visit parentstv.org.