The National Film Board of Canada, Université du Québec à Montréal, and the Jeunes Pousses, have collaborated on a project just in time for International Women’s Day.
The group have developed an App and a short film in an effort to close the “orgasm gap”. Users personalise their avatar and then learn how to “please” it to level up and learn more about the female reproductive organs.
The eight developers of the App each received a $1000 government grant.
The theme for this year’s International Women’s Day is Balance for Better. Is this what they had in mind?
On Twitter, people posted:
My tax dollars are going to pay for this??? Why don’t you do a real film on the corruption of politicians in Quebec. At least that would be worth while!
— Donna V (@4c3f73828a6140a) March 4, 2019
So this was the tweet @MaximeBernier was referring to. I had to see it with my own eyes. I would like to say I’m surprised; but I’m not. This is disgusting, the fact that the Canadian government would promote this just shows how far things have gone. Vote #PPC this fall! #PPC2019
— Ben Bradbury (@realbenbradbury) March 5, 2019
Several people who accessed the app out of curiosity said that it was disturbing. The giggles and reactions of the avatar sounded young and childish.
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