Not The Babylon Bee- Netflix film crews ‘banned from looking at each other for longer than five seconds’ in #metoo crackdown

The world the left is constructing is asinine and no sentient human being should tolerate it.

This is absurd.


Netflix has introduced new anti-harassment training in the wake of the #metoo movement that rocked Hollywood and seriously disrupted production on its House of Cards show.

New rules imposed on set reportedly include no looking at anyone for longer than five seconds, no lingering hugs, no flirting and no asking for a colleague’s phone number.

“Everyone was spoken to about #MeToo,” an on-set runner currently working on the new season of Black Mirror told The Sun.

“Senior staff went to a harassment meeting to learn what is and isn’t appropriate. Looking at anyone longer than five seconds is considered creepy.

“You mustn’t ask for someone’s number unless they have given permission for it to be distributed. And if you see any unwanted behaviour, report it immediately.


18 Comments on Not The Babylon Bee- Netflix film crews ‘banned from looking at each other for longer than five seconds’ in #metoo crackdown

  1. I hope they rip each other apart, but in reality it will only be used to target those with insufficiently leftist political views, or straight white males.

  2. I wonder if Darwin envisioned these twinks when he was making up his “rules” of evolution? “Planet of the Apes” was a somewhat plausible movie but, “Planet of the Terminally Stoopid??”

    “Stupid” for those of you in Rio Linda.

  3. We’re expected to take this seriously when just a few short days ago Hollywood bent over and showed America it’s asshole at the Tony awards. Oakey dokey then….

  4. “Mom! He looked at me for six seconds!”

    No doubt, this is due to the Obamas’ benign influence.

    Just wait until they get settled in.

  5. Go Figure… I can’t watch any Netflix show for longer than 5 seconds… And my attention span isn’t the problem.

  6. These people seem to abandon any sense of proportion. Taking every issue to the outer extreme. It amazes me just how easily people fall susceptible into this insanity.
    History has taught people nothing so it’s easier to see why Hitler and others were able to do what they did.

  7. So, motorboating is out? How about the Aunt Jemima treatment? All of the every day normal interactions are now forbidden? I can’t work like this.

  8. Now that the wrinkled, fat, unattractive old baby boomers of the sexual exploitative 60s are in charge they don’t want anyone else to have sex. Envy!

  9. the 5 second rule must apply to their output also, it is the same thing even if you are not there to see it.
    Screen will be flashing around like a Japanese cartoon.

  10. South Park addressed this a few years ago with their TSA episode (Toilet Seat Administration) – everyone is to be watched. But who watches the watchers?
    Companies that do crap like this tend to lose money quickly.

  11. I hope they all have to wear head cams, with alarms if the scenery doesn’t change fast enough, and they have to turn turn their cams in for review by HR every day.

  12. Instead of notifying Netflix of my cancellation, I think I’ll just let my card expire and let them figure it out.

  13. It’s very similar to the teeter-totter analogy for relationships. If one partner is trying to change things for the better (counseling or whatever) then the other person, in order to keep the teeter-totter balanced, moves to the opposite end.
    Very briefly, but hopefully sufficiently, explained.
    Thus, to maintain a semblance of even-handedness, when they don’t enforce laws in one area (such as ignoring national security violations) then they must and have to go extremely strict on what would normally be a very mundane issue, like asking someone out for coffee.
    In their minds, zero punishment over here but 100% brutality over there equals out in the end so that they can smugly say they are even-handed.


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