The next generation of the internet is being introduced to the world with the arrival of animated films like The Little Mermaid and the new Disney film, Beauty and the Beast.
While the two films were not explicitly aimed at a male audience, both feature a series of sexual assaults, including an incident involving a young boy.
The Little Disney film was released in 2011 and, while the film is considered a PG-13, it was a bit of a surprise to see that there were scenes of sexual assault in the film.
In the film, an unnamed young boy is molested by two boys while being held captive in the woods by a group of pirates.
In this scene, the boy, who is not named, tells the pirate captain that he wants to be a princess, to which the pirate replies, “You don’t want to be one.
That’s all you need is a little courage.
You’re not going to win.”
In the movie, the pirate is later shown in a video clip being forced to perform oral sex on a young girl, and the girl, who had been a slave to the pirates, says, “I want to suck you.”
In response, the pirates force the girl to perform a sex act on them.
The film, which is rated PG-14, also features an explicit scene where a character’s genitals are touched by another character.
“I’m so embarrassed.
This has never happened to me,” the character said.
The pirates are then shown laughing and laughing again, as if to celebrate the character.
In an interview with the Daily Beast, director Justin Kurzel said that he wanted to include these scenes to create a “dark and powerful” film.
“These scenes were very powerful,” he said.
“We wanted to bring the darkness and the violence that you get in those kinds of films and show a lot of heart.
We wanted to show a little bit of humanity.”
Kurzel also said that the scenes were meant to be “totally brutal.”
In Beauty and The Beast, the princess, Belle, and her brother, Prince Charming, travel through time to rescue a child trapped in the enchanted forest of the Sleeping Beauty castle.
After defeating the evil sorceress and the evil witch, the trio reunite with their parents, who have been killed.
“This is our princess,” Prince Charing tells the princess.
“She has lost her kingdom.
She has lost all her friends.
We are the only ones who can save her.”
After escaping the castle, the three return to the present and Belle goes into labor.
“But Prince Chasing Belle is not the princess she once was,” the film says.
“Belle is not as powerful as she once used to be.
She is now only human.”
“It’s sad, sad, and sad,” Belle says to her mother.
“The princess that I loved, Belle the princess has been lost.
And this is why, as she is about to give birth, she cries in pain.”
Kurzel said that while he was concerned that the film might “turn some viewers off” and could have a negative impact on young viewers, he also thought it was important to include the scenes because he believed they were “a reflection of a larger reality.”
“We believe it’s important for people to see this as a dark and powerful moment,” he told the Daily Post.
“Because it is the only way to get to the truth.”
In fact, in Beauty andTheBeast, there are several scenes of young children crying out in pain when the princess is pregnant.
The films creators also decided to include some sexual assault scenes in the movie in order to make the film “even more powerful.”
One scene in Beauty is when the main character, Pocahontas, is attacked by a monster who takes her to a lake, but when she is saved by the sea creatures, she is then kidnapped by a giant, fish-eating shark.
The monster attacks her and is eaten by the shark, which then turns into a giant fish and eats her.
The other scenes are scenes of the princesses father, Gaston, and sister, Jasmine, in bed together, and an incest scene between Gaston and Pocahortas.
The Beast also includes a scene of Belle and her sister, Aurora, being kissed by Prince Chalky, who later takes her into the forest.
The two princesses were separated when they were children, and Aurora is now in the care of her mother and is a slave in the pirate ship.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Kurzels brother, Michael, said that Disney has made the decision to include scenes of incest between Belle and Pocohontas in order “to get a broader audience.”
“That’s why it’s very powerful and that’s why we felt it was so important to tell that story,” Michael Kurzel told EW.
“It is a big part of what we do at Disney and it’s not just because we’re a family-oriented studio