It's a movie on a paid streaming service. It ain't like it's running on network television where everyone can see if by accidentally flipping to the channel. I have no problem with it at all.
And, yeah.... This is cancel culture in action. If you don't like the movie, just don't watch it. It's as simple as that. There's no need to yell and scream about how offended you are, and tell everyone that isn't offended that they're pedos or whatever, and demand that everyone boycott an optional streaming service because *you* don't like the content. I mean, grow the fuck up everyone.
(Not speaking to anyone in particular here. My comment is intended for perpetually offended people in general.)
I'm not demanding anyone boycott anything, I already said I plan to keep my Netflix subscription thankyouverymuch. A Serbian Film and The Human Centipede movies were on Netflix at one point, movies that exist purely to gross out and were outright banned in many countries because they do, did I cancel my subscription because of it? No, I just didn't watch them, simple as that.
That being said, anyone who DID opt to cancel their subscription because of it are well within their right to do so, and I understand it. Netflix knowingly distributed a film that exploits minors, forcing them to part take in perverted dances that involve humping floors, grabbing crotches and asses, take pics of said privates and showing it, flashing their boobs, etc. while frequently zooming in on their crotch and ass. If they see it's losing them money, then maybe, just maybe they'll take it down (I'm not holding my breath, though).
Regardless, they shouldn't be in the business of sexualizing kids, which is illegal, last I checked (and many lawyers have chimed in on YouTube agreeing with me), "social message" (which they contradicted with this pedophilic movie) be damned.