Troubled Netflix Teases Series 'He's Expecting' Right After Apple's 'Pregnant Man' Emoji Debuts

Troubled Netflix Teases Series 'He's Expecting' Right After Apple's 'Pregnant Man' Emoji Debuts

If you want to know how and why Democrats are losing the culture war (as we will see clearly come the November midterms) both Apple and Netflix have provided us with the latest examples.

Days after Apple introduced a “pregnant man” emoji — which is a biological impossibility, since even a woman who is ‘identifying as a man’ and having a baby does not make her a man — Netflix, which just reported massive losses for the first time in the company’s history, is teasing a series based on a ‘pregnant male’ character called “He’s Expecting.”

Only, here’s the catch: It’s not an American series, it’s a Japanese comedy-drama that will be released Friday.

The description reads, “When a successful ad executive who’s got it all figured out becomes pregnant, he’s forced to confront social inequities he’s never considered before.” The series stars Japanese actors Takumi Saitoh (Kentaro Hiyama) and Juri Ueno (Aki Seto) as the two main characters.

“The phenomenon of male pregnancy has been around for more than half a century around the world,” the trailer says as it opens (that’s a lie).

“Mr. Hiyama,” the doctor says, “you are a pregnant man.”

“Isn’t a nice world to live in where men can give birth for you,” Ueno says. While telling a friend after hearing the pregnancy news, she quips, “I responded with, ‘Is it really mine?’ Men usually get to use that line.”

The Daily Wire adds:

The audience also sees Hiyama getting a consent form for abortion. 

He complains about not being able to eat anything without getting nauseous and experiences an embarrassing moment of leaking breast milk at a work meeting. 

The trailer goes on to then pose another question, saying, “What are ‘roles’ anyway? Why put people in boxes like ideal father and ideal mother?”

“He’s Expecting” is based on the Japanese Manga series “Kentaro Hiyama’s First Pregnancy,” according to Netflix, which adds that the series portrays biological men being able to conceive before Hiyama actually experiences it for himself. “According to MyAnimeList, men around the world start becoming pregnant, but have lower chances of conceiving than women do,” The Daily Wire notes.

The outlet goes on to reference the 1994 comedy-drama “Junior,” which stars Arnold Schwarzenegger whose character somehow conceives a child (which has to be taken by C-section because, you know, males don’t have the ‘plumbing’ to have kids, much less carry them). But The DW goes on to say that the concept is getting greater acceptance today because the nonsense is being foisted on the public by far-left forces hell-bent on destroying our culture.

The outlet notes further:

The announcement of this new series comes shortly after Netflix announced that it lost 200,000 subscribers in the first quarter of 2022 while expecting to lose 2 million more subscribers in the second quarter. Shares of the company dropped more than 20% in after-hours trading.

Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk diagnosed the historic decline in stocks and valuation of streaming giant Netflix in a tweet on Tuesday after the company’s losses on Wall Street.

Specifically, Musk blamed them on the company’s embrace of “woke’ content that he believes has alienated a large swath of the Netflix audience.

The Tesla and SpaceX CEO replied to a Slashdot tweet about Netflix’s loss, saying, “The woke mind virus is making Netflix unwatchable.”


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