You can raise a much-needed voice for truth today and call for Netflix’ child exploitation film to be banned in Australia.
As you may be aware, the controversial film Cuties has recently been released on Netflix in Australia.
The film is about 11-year-old girls who perform explicit sexualised acts and provocative dance routines.
It also includes a girl, apparently 12 or 13 years old, uploading an image of her private parts to a social media platform.
There has been an outcry from people across the world, and across the political spectrum, raising concern and complaints about this movie.
Yet the Australian Government Classification Board has granted the movie an MA15+ classification and allowed it to be viewed in Australia.
This is nothing short of an outrage.
Please take action today and use the form below to email the Minister for Home Affairs, Peter Dutton MP, requesting him to investigate the film for “child abuse material” and the Minister for Communications, Paul Fletcher MP, to ask him to have the film “refused classification”.
By emailing the Ministers, you’ll be raising a much-needed voice against the exploitation of children… so please act now.
Take action today
Using the form below, please write an urgent letter to these Ministers – it will only take a couple of minutes. Be concise and respectful.
The salutation at the start and your name at the end will both be appended automatically. Please don't add these to the letter below, eg please do not address the email “Dear MP's name”.
When you complete your name and address in the box below, your letter will be directed to the Minister for Home Affairs and the Minister for Communications.
Thank you for standing up to ban this child abuse material on Netflix.