Even More People Are Ready To Boycott Disney After One Lost Scene From A Movie….
When you really think about it there were a lot more moments in stuff that we were told was meant for kids that you have to wonder how in the world it ever got past any standards and practices people.
A beloved Hollywood classic is under attack by liberals for allegedly promoting sexual relationships between preteen boys and adult women.
Disney's streaming service, Disney+, is in hot water as viewers have unearthed a controversial scene from the 1994 comedy movie "Blank Check." The scene features an adult woman sexually molesting an eleven-year-old boy, which many have found to be distasteful and no longer acceptable in the age of the #MeToo movement.
Karen Duffy played the FBI agent Shay Stanley, who gives the young boy a romantic kiss that some viewers have labeled as "the most awkward scene ever."
TikTok user Rob Anderson drew attention to the controversial scene in "Blank Check" and posted a video of himself watching the movie along with the caption, "This Disney movie Blank Check has the most awkward scene ever." Anderson shared his shock and disbelief over Disney's depiction of adult-child love as the pair shared a romantic kiss and agreed to go on a "date" in six years when he is old enough.
Viewers have been outraged that the Disney platform, which has long been accused of hiding sexual innuendo in their famous animated films, had the sexualized depiction of a little boy in this 1994 film.
People have taken to Twitter to express their shock, with one person writing, "Watching Blank Check on Disney+ has got me shook. Like an 11 yr old child really took [a] grown woman on a date and by the end of the movie, she kisses him ON THE LIPS!!! 90s movies really wildin."
Many viewers have questioned Disney's decision to air "Blank Check" on their streaming service for children to see and enjoy. The movie has gained a cult following among those thrilled by the prospect of child molestation.
Disney+ fans are outraged that the family-friendly movie promoted sexual relations between preteen boys and adult women, and the platform's approval of the romantic relationship between the boy and the FBI agent is unacceptable in the current climate.
Thankfully, whistleblowers like Rob Anderson are around to expose big corporations and government institutions for the horrible acts they commit behind closed doors. Despite Disney's decision to air "Blank Check" on their platform, the controversy surrounding the scene has opened up a dialogue about the inappropriate portrayal of adult-child relationships in movies, and hopefully, this leads to more responsible decisions by movie studios in the future.
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