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[–] Hyacinth 5 points Edited

Haven't seen it but might be best to avoid in that case, it outdoes 365 days in nonstop nudity and sex scenes, apparently there is emotional abuse, revenge porn and glamorization of cheating, swinging and sex clubs. Its basically the netflix version of the soapy software porns that use to play on late night channels. The themes of marriage, motherhood, adultry and remsinence and sexuality sans porn violence is probably what made it popular but its shallow treatment thru corporate feminism lens.

365 Days was pro-rape, hence Netflix's fucking awful track record. I would never watch that.

This one acts like it wants to be feminist, but I would doubt it actually is. I was just curious about the sexualized violence aspect.