Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few weeks, you’ll be aware that a little film called 50 Shades of Grey is all the rage in the cinema.
Billed as ‘mommy porn’ (barf) it brings spanking, domination and basically lots of bonking to your screen.
Now, if you can’t get to the cinema to see it as you need a babysitter, it doesn’t matter as you can take your baby along with you to a special screening.
Yep, you read right. The Barbican in London in a moment of madness decided to screen a mother and baby screening this week so you could drag your baby along to watch it too.
As presumably, there’s nothing more of a turn on than a cinema full of screaming, puking, babbling babies and rampaging toddlers.
Not to mention it’s hardly suitable material for them to be exposed to.
Have they gone stark, staring mad?!
They seem to be pandering to a new parenting twist – “I have baby, I’m a parent, and baby is an extension of me and I have to take it absolutely everywhere with me.
Why does my life have to change just because I became a parent? If I want to see a soft porn film, baby can come with me.”
How about waiting until it comes out on dvd and seeing it then, if unable to get a baby sitter?
Sometimes it’s not always about what YOU want, and what’s best for the child has to kick into force instead.
Common sense, people, and less of the entitled attitude.
What do you think?!