Teen Girls all over Social networks were furious Friday Night at the Movie Picture Association of America's decision to give the latest movie in the Twilight saga, Breaking Dawn Part 2, a NC-17 rating. One status update on Facebook received an overwhelming number of "likes".
"This is a depravation of a teen girls right to something pleasurable for us. This would be like depriving young boys of being able to watch online pornography!" the status of Kailey Kringleton read.
Twitter reported over twenty thousand updates that included both hashtags #twilight and #MPAA together in a single post, which doesn't account for an estimated forty thousand more uncounted for common spelling errors like #twighlite and #tweilett.
A Facebook group led by the same Kailey Kringleton has amassed over seven hundred teenage girls ages nine to nineteen that claim they will leave for the United Kingdom a week before the movie is released there, too watch the film without their parents. Kailey Kringleton sent us this message on behalf of the entire group.
"We are going to the UK to watch it alone. It would be awkward to watch it with our parents. Do you think teen boys want to watch.."