Many of us are used to Hollywood coming out with movies we don’t allow our children to see, even those aimed at kids can often have too much sex, violence or swearing. Occasionally, movies may have other elements we feel strongly against such as sibling rivalry, environmentalism, paganism, anti-God, anti-America or anti-white messages but nothing, and I mean nothing can prepare you for the reviews the new Show Dogs movie is getting.
Show Dogs opened this weekend. The movie is about a police dog named Max who must go undercover in the dog show circuit in order to find out who kidnapped a baby panda. In classic children’s movie form, the animals talk. However, a huge warning light should go off when you see that RuPaul is one of the voices.
RuPaul recently came under criticism for his RuPaul’s DragCon, which, according to Vice, is “an annual drag convention with events in New York and Los Angeles. For its second year, the convention had free entrance for children under ten, and a kids zone with a bounce house, arts and crafts, and a slate of kid-friendly activities.”
So it’s even more shocking that he leant his voice to a movie which grooms children to be sexually abused. Let me repeat, the new Show Dogs movie literally teaches children how to “go to their Zen place” while people they don’t like, touch their genitals.
You see, while the police dog Max is undercover he must learn all about being a show dog which is not easy for a street-hardened cop dog. What he lacks in experience he makes up for in hard work, grit and determination but the biggest hurdle he finds, when he tries to be a show dog, is that he must allow the judges of the competition to touch his genitals.
For anyone who has seen a dog show you may remember seeing the judges check the dogs bodies for form, function and health as part of the judging process. In Show Dogs this is also the case, however, Max does not want his genitals touched.
A friend of his, an experienced show dog, teaches Max that he should “go to his Zen place” and not think about what is happening as the judge gropes him. In order to get Max comfortable with this, the friend practices grabbing Max’s genitals.
According to the blog, Macaroni Kid, “The day of the finals come and if Max doesn’t let his private parts be touched, he may lose the competition and any hope of finding the kidnapped panda. It all rests on his ability to let someone touch his private parts. The judge’s hands slowly reach behind Max and he goes to his “zen place”. He’s flying through the sky, dancing with his partner, there are fireworks and flowers-everything is great-all while someone is touching his private parts.”
Still think liberals aren’t trying to normalize pedophilia? https://t.co/ecgezSAiRD
— C.H.A.D. (@medicdave29) May 21, 2018
After opening weekend many mothers left the theater horrified. Social media and mommy blogs have been on fire warning other parents not to see the movie and wondering who in their right mind would allow such a thing.
Ummm…hard no. It’s not ok to touch someone’s privates without their consent.
— Jennifer Knox (@JennTiki) May 21, 2018
The film was directed by Raja Gosnell, who has directed many children’s movies. His 2002 live-action Scooby-Doo was originally supposed to reference oral sex and have female characters Thelma and Daphne kiss, at Raja’s request, but the studio cut the sexual content in order to get a rating low enough that parents would feel comfortable allowing their children to attend.
So, the director who wanted Daphne and Thelma to kiss, along with the drag star, RuPaul, who opens his drag show events to kids, would also just happen to like it if your children were groomed into the idea that it’s OK to have someone touch their genitals in order to win a prize. They even give them the coping mechanism of thinking of “their Zen place.”
Ever since the early 1930s when studio executives in Hollywood tried to rape Shirley Temple, until now, Hollywood has been and continues to be an evil place which preys on children. Please stay safe out there.
“Still Think Liberals Aren’t Trying to Normalize Pedophilia?”: Show Dogs Movie is Teaching Kids Bad Tricks
Many of us are used to Hollywood coming out with movies we don’t allow our children to see, even those aimed at kids can often have too much sex, violence or swearing.