The documentary film portrays the Swiss Daniel, who lives in Moldova and specialises in photographing girls aged between 9 and 14. He has caused much controversy with the photos of his ... See full summary »
An ex adult film star, a 12 year old girl and a 22 year old who yearns for "normal" private parts are chronicled in this thought provoking doc about how porn, social media and pop culture affect women and girls. A FilmBuff Presentation.
Facing a sex obsessed culture, a mountain of stereotypes and misconceptions, and a lack of social or scientific research, asexuals - people who experience no sexual attraction - struggle to claim their identity.
A journey inside the world of real life caped crusaders. From all over America, these self-proclaimed crime fighters, don masks, homemade costumes and elaborate utility belts in an attempt to bring justice to evildoers everywhere.
For the first time in history the tables have turned on men. In the past "Witch-Hunt" was associated with women but now it is associated with men. In an effort to protect our children society has started to isolate men. This documentary explores the pedophilia hysteria and how all men are viewed as potential pedophiles. How did society come to such a conclusion and what are the political and social consequences? Have men really become victims of modern sexism or is the increase in sexism justified? Are All Men Pedophiles? Written by
Portrayal of Lolita fashion was severely problematic
I am very upset with the portrayal of Lolita fashion in this documentary. Lolita fashion does not contribute to pedophilia. The name is shared with a novel by Vladimir Nabokov and there is no relation between the novel and the fashion. It is very insulting to say that Japanese Lolita fashion contributes to men's fantasies, especially because most Japanese men HATE the fashion! Girls in Japan keep wearing it probably even more so because of that. Saying that a fashion choice is part of pedophilia is indicative of rape culture and must be stopped. It disgusts me that a photo of a Lolita girl was used as the cover for this mediocre documentary. It's too bad I could not give this documentary less than a 1/10.
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