Remember That Popular Fiction Novel About Child Sex, Rape, And Incest That Became A Hollywood Blockbuster — Why Do People Love Such Sick Things


The name of the book is “IT”, basically a story about a scary clown that eats children.

But have you read the book?

In the book, the young kids have group sex on an alternate plane of reality in the sewer. The girl “Beverly” has sex with each of the boys (one at a time) to bring them closer together so they can escape the evil killer clown.

Think about this for a moment. Kids have group sex in front of a clown so they can escape unharmed. Oo

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But have you seen the new movie?

The new movie leaves out the sex scene with the children (Thank God) but stresses the sexual tension between the dad and the daughter. Whenever the dad is in the same scene with the daughter she immediately becomes fearful and uncomfortable. The dad often touches or smells her in strange ways. And the things he says to her are fully cringe-worthy.

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There is also a scene where she talks to a store clerk (in his 60’s) and it quickly becomes a very strange form of flirting between a child and an adult. The adult (like the dad) is very comfortable with showing attraction to the child.

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If you still don’t think they are trying to sexualize the children then be prepared for a very odd swim scene where they lay out the girl to be stared at by the other children in her underwear. How this helps the plot I don’t know.

Let’s also not forget that she is accused throughout the movie as being a slut who sleeps around (intercourse with her would actually be rape given her age). One kid brags about having sex with her in a scene while they face off next to a stream.

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In the end, we have a story that supports the following:

  • Child group sex
  • Rape
  • Incest lusting
  • Killing of children
  • Torture of children
  • Adult child lust

Now ask yourself: “Why is this particular movie and book so popular?”

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16 comments

  1. Thank you for pointing out the disturbing elements in this story. Our society is headed toward damnation at breakneck speed.

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  2. I had never heard of this book or the movie until now. What kind of a sick, demented mind thinks up this stuff? Even more to the point, why in God’s name do people pay to read and watch such filth?

    This is further evidence of how far man will go into the depths of depravity when he walks away from God.

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  3. King is a creep and I’ve been working on an article on this very same topic, but could never find the time to finish it. The fans defend his work passionately and it makes me upset.

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  4. Wow I didn’t know though, very interesting. Thanks

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  5. About IT at least, the agenda to sexualize and demoralize our children and even normalize pedo behavior has been very apparent for a long time. Sadly

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  6. Thank you for breaking it down, Lander. I was to scared to watch it because I did read articles about it. It’s interesting, though, friends that have watched it never mentioned any of these disturbing points. I feel sick.

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  7. …Indiscretly spreading more truth.
    Sadly people still see it only as fiction.

    I’ve never seen or read the story (and have no intentions).

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  8. I once read a very popular book that had all the same sick elements. Actually, it’s 66 books in one.

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  9. I honestly see it as fiction, but that is a personal opinion that I do not force on others. If people cannot tell the difference between reality and a book or anything fiction than perhaps they should be questioned for morality. I have watched, read and listened to explicit music since a very young age and I am not deranged. I think my parents were pretty great parents when it came to teaching us morals, but our parents were also present in our life and we were not babysat by a game system. I understand the argument of the book and why people do not like it or wish to read it, but I loved the book and the movies. I don’t think that makes myself a bad person for being entertained by entertainment. It is the same old dribble argument of violent video games in my opinion. It does not promote anything but entertainment…..If it impairs your judgement on reality than please for the love of us all seek some help, but like that I understand not liking things for it’s content but perhaps do not judge or put down others for not being extremely disturbed by something that was meant to be fiction.

    Things that humans actually do in our society upsets me a lot more than any book, movie or video game ever could. LOL. I would rant more about humans tbh. xD

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